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Lori Osborne

 

Lori OsborneLori Osborne is Archivist at the Evanston History Center, located in the Charles Gates Dawes House, a National Historic Landmark. She is the director of the Evanston Women’s History Project, a community-wide project to document and celebrate the significant contributions Evanston women have made to the community. She served on the board and as President of the Frances Willard Historical Association, which manages the Frances Willard House Museum, also a National Historic Landmark. Lori holds a Masters Degree in English Literature from the University of Chicago and a Masters Degree in Public History from Loyola University Chicago. Lori joined the board of the National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites in July of 2012.