Rod Sellers is the volunteer Director of the Southeast Chicago Historical Museum and has deep roots in Chicago’s Southeast Side. Like many who historically resided in the region, his mother’s family immigrated from Poland. Rod was a local high school teacher for 33 years. He developed a “Museology” program in which local high school students interned at the Museum, researched and developed educational booklets, and helped conduct many of the oral histories now at the heart of the collection.
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Telling Stories Through Saved Objects: The Southeast Chicago Archive and Storytelling Project
Editor’s Note This feature of the Southeast Chicago Archive and Storytelling Project (SECASP) in the Visual and New Media Review gathers the perspectives and fr... More