Ames History Museum Exhibit: A Woman’s Place is Everywhere, Groundbreaking Women in Ames History
/ April 12, 2021
/ June 30, 2021
A Woman’s Place is Everywhere: Groundbreaking Women in Ames History” tells the story of local women who stepped out of their expected roles and made an impact in the community. It will be a four-part series of displays honoring women who broke barriers in science, business, activism, and government, including Ada Hayden, Rowena Stevens, and Helen LeBaron Hilton. The first part features women in science and is on display in the museum’s Douglas Avenue windows now through June 30, 2021.
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