Saving Women’s History through Historic Preservation in Greater Philadelphia: Opportunities & Challenges
 
Thursday, March 30, Main Gallery
Doors Open at 5:30p.m., Program begins at 6:00p.m.
 
History Museum Members & PhilaLandmarks Members FREE; $8 Non-Members. 
Please register in advance. 
 
 
Join us for a conversation exploring why and how area women have taken the lead in historic preservation and interpretation from house museums to Independence Hall and in the process saved women’s history. 
Panelists include:
  • Hilary Iris Lowe, Ph.D., Director, Center for Public History, Assistant Professor, History, Temple University
  • Sandra Mackenzie Lloyd, Historian, Historic Philadelphia, Inc.
  • Kris Myers, Program Director, Alice Paul Institute
  • Kimberly Staub, Collections and Exhibitions Manager, Betsy Ross House