Bashka Paeff Lucy Stone Mary Antin
Who was an abolitionist & suffragist as well as the first woman in Massachusetts to earn a college degree and to keep her maiden name after marriage?
Who was one of the first American nutritionists to link proper diet with good health?
Who was a “mistress of disguises” when she repeatedly re-entered Jordan Marsh to organize the clerks?
Learn answers to these questions and more!
Saturday, June 29, 2013
1:00 – 3:00 PM
Tour guides: Katherine Dibble of the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail; Linda Stern & Helaine Davis of Jewish Women in Boston History
Meet in the Public Garden at the “Boy and Bird” fountain (enter through the Arlington Street gates; fountain is located on the right in the shadow of the George Washington equestrian statue)
We will visit a number of nearby sights, ending at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square
Cost: $10 per person – RSVP by June 25 required.
Co-sponsored by Jewish Women in Boston History and the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail