Because of Women Like Her...Winning the Vote in New York State An Exhibition at the Central Library
year marks the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in
New York State. To commemorate this historic milestone, the Rochester
Public Library has teamed up with local museums, universities, and
historical organizations to create a community-wide
exhibition exploring Rochester's role in the woman suffrage and women's
rights movements of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Come learn about
this history among an eclectic mix of rare artifacts like Susan B.
Anthony's dress, Martha Matilda Harper's prototype
for the original salon shampoo chair, a Bloomer outfit, a variety of
suffrage banners, pendants, flyers, and so much more!
Interested in a guided tour of our suffrage exhibit? Join
us on Saturday, September 23, at 11 am and 1 pm; Friday, October 6 at
1 pm; or Saturday, October 7 at 1 pm for a scheduled group tour. Or call 585-428-8368 to schedule a tour for your group today!