Winfield Park was built in 1941 under the Lanham Act to house WW II defense workers. Over the years, the town has acted like a large extended family more than just a standard township. Civic events like an official taking an oath of office are treasured as much as family memories.
The town itself is small: 1500 residents, living in 700 units, on six streets. A strong sense of nostalgia exists among the long-term members of the town. The leaders of Winfield Park continue to preserve the town with a sense of duty to the past.
Pictures of the exhibit itself to come!