Cranford’s Prominent Women Powerpoint Presentation
March is National Women’s History Month. And one need go no farther than our own home town to find some notable women of history.
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Cranford Historical Society presents “Cranford’s Prominent Women.” This Power Point presentation by Women’s Studies Historian, Christine Glazer will highlight Cranford residents who were vital in the early progressive movements for women’s rights, temperance, food and drug purity, authors, civil leaders, and educators. Women such as Alice Lakey, Elizabeth Bates, Dr. Deborah Wolfe, and Honore Willsie-Morrow. Women who, from right here in our own backyard, influenced the entire modern day world.
The presentation will take place at the Crane-Phillips House Museum, at 38 Springfield Avenue in Cranford, on Sunday, March 8th, from 2:00-4:00 PM. Admission to this event is free of charge, but reservations ARE required. To reserve your seat, please call the Historical Society’s office at 908-276-0082, or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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