The North Eastern Historical Council (N.E.IL) is an alliance of Museums and Historical Societies located in northern Cook and southern Lake Counties in Illinois.

N.E.IL was organized to assist members in the following endeavors:

To share goals relating to interpretation of local history
To increase professionalism skills in accepted museum practices
To disseminate technical information
To encourage public participation
To provide a network of cooperation between member organizations
Please visit our member museums and learn about the rich history of the area.

N.E.IL delegates attend quarterly meetings held at a different member museum on the second Saturday in the months of:
March
June
September
and November

A board of directors is elected from among the delegates. The board consists of five (5)elected officers which are a chairman, vice chairman, recording secretary, corresponding secretary, and treasurer. The immediate past chairman shall be a non-voting member. The N.E.IL board meetings are open to all members. The meetings are held at 7:00 pm on the first Wednesday in the months of:
February
May
August
and October

Please contact the chairman for information about the location of the board meeting as the meetings are not always held in the same location.

Upcoming Events

Next Meeting

When: Saturday, March 14 at 9:00am

Where:
Norwood Park Historical Society
5624 N Newark Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60631

The program is about Collections and will be presented by Robert Storozuk, President of the Milwaukee Road Historical Association.

What to do with your collections and who to leave them to so history does not get lost. Bob will be teaching us how to approach others concerning collections they may have, and how to convince them to leave to the right person or organization in their will so the objects don’t wind up in the garbage. This will be a very informative program. Be sure to invite someone that works on your collections to this program.
For more information contact Judy Rustemeyer at the Norwood Park Historical Society: (773) 631-463