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This 1943 photo depicts a mound of metal that was collected from a metal drive as part of the ongoing efforts of Tinley Park residents to help during World War II. Photos Submitted
World War II soldiers gathered at Saenger Hall in 1946 for a night of music and dancing in honor of their service.
Residents of Tinley Park in 1907 pose for a photo outside of the new historical J.C. Funk building. Photos Submitted
Tinley Park’s main street has changed quite a bit during Tinley’s 125 years. The John C. Funk store (far right) used to be the only grocery store in town.
Residents all over Tinley Park gathered for a big party in 1912 to celebrate Henry Vogt’s 40th anniversary of working in the village.
Brittany Kapa, Assistant Editor
8:38 am CDT July 13, 2017
The Village of Tinley Park has developed a long and rich history over the last 125 years.