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National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House

Come and see the place Susan B. Anthony called home during the most politically active period of her life. Stand in the front parlor where she was arrested for voting in 1872. Experience her amazing story of courage and determination at this National Historic Landmark.

Facility Info

  • Reception Capacity 45
  • Banquet Capacity 35

Recurring weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until October 14, 2017

The Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County is hosting a major exhibition on the 1st floor of the Rundel Memorial Building from June 2 – October 14, 2017. Featuring artifacts from many of


October 21, 2017

Come meet with suffragist and civil rights activist Susan B. Anthony! Learn about social conditions in 1880 and Miss Anthony’s participation in the fight for women’s rights, abolition, and


November 13, 2017

Unknown Frederick Douglass: The Life & Times of New Washington City. Speaker: John H. Muller, DC Public Library, author, historianThis presentation is offered in our Carriage House as a noon luncheon


December 4, 2017

Woman Suffrage & the New York Constitutional Conventions of 1846 & 1867-68. ? Speaker: Dr. Jenny Lloyd, History Professor Emerita, The College at Brockport. This presentation is offered in our


March 5, 2018

Margaret Fuller, the “Marriage Question,” & the Culture of Reform. Speaker: T. Gregory Garvey, Professor of English, College at Brockport. Series passes are available, with discounts for members on a


May 7, 2018

Funding Feminism: Following the Money in the Woman Suffrage Movement. Speaker: Dr. Joan Marie Johnson, historian. This presentation is offered in our Carriage House as a noon luncheon ($30 individual


June 18, 2018

Spiritualists, Suffragists, & Other Nasty Women of the Mid-19th Century. Speaker: Dr. Amy Lehman, Associate Professor, Theater and Dance, University of South Carolina This presentation is offered in