by Hadar Dubowsky

Women’s Hall of Fame

Nestled in the heart of upstate New York, in a small town called Seneca Falls, stands the Women’s Hall of Fame. Women’s history buffs will recall the historical significance of Seneca Falls, which hosted the 1848 “Women’s Rights Convention, attended b}’, among others, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. Their faces are among the 47 women honored in the halls with photographs, archival letters, and biographical information. The Women’s Hall of Fame was created “to honor in perpetuity these women, citizens of the United States of America, whose contributions to the arts, athletics, business, education, government, the humanities, philanthropy and science have been the greatest value for the development of their country.”

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