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Evanston Twp High School
Class Of 1964

Class of 1964 presents

permanent legacy gift

to Students of ETHS!


It’s official!

Our class gift --

the Award in History and Social Science

in Honor of Jack Rakove --

will be bestowed every year

in perpetuity.


This is the first communal gift from our class to the school, and it will benefit ETHS students for years to come.


Special thanks to those who proposed the idea; to the classmates who jumped aboard early and the ones who came on later; to those who volunteered time to strategize the campaign and engineer the logistics; to class members who directly asked friends to pitch in; to our hardworking webmasters; to the alumni office for bookkeeping help; to the generous donor who fortified us by anonymously matching gifts during the final days of 2016, and to Jack Rakove and the history department for formulating criteria for the prize.

Collectively, we raised $34,082!

The winning of the drawing for an inscribed copy of “Revolutionaries” by Jack Rakove is:

Chuck Thompson

Many thanks to our most recent donors:


Omer G. Voss, Jr.

Michael Cardno

Karen Lawrence

In memory of all the unrecognized, quiet, invisible students who succeed in achieving their goals and know how to play it forward

Nancy Schroeder

Jack Hayes

In Honor of Dr. Gerald Unks

Judith Burkhead

Chuck Thompson

Ruth Roberts

Debra Canedy

In loving honor of my husband David L. Canedy and our own personal history

Alan Axelrod

In honor of Jack and Roberta Rakove

To read more about Jack and the award, and to see all donations and dedications from our classmates and others, click on the Rakove Award link to the left.


For your viewing enjoyment, here are a few ETHS memories:

Also, we've posted some memorable 1960s songs/videos on the "Class of '64 Photo Galleries" page.  If you have a favorite 60's song or video that you'd like to see posted, send your request to the Website Administrator.

IMPORTANT:  Your participation is necessary in creating a successful high school website. At this time, we’re asking you to participate by creating your online CLASSMATE PROFILE (see "Edit Profile" on the menu board at left) and spread the word by referring a classmate or two to our website. Questions, comments, or problems? Use the "Contact Us" link on the upper left side of any page to send an e-mail to our Website Administrator.