The 2012 – 2013 Monday Lecture Series
Lunch at noon or tea at 2 p.m.
The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House proudly presents its 10th year of exciting, informative, and inspirational lectures on topics related to the life, work, family, friends, and legacy of Susan B. Anthony.
Originally called the Lunch and Lecture Series, it has so grown in popularity and demand that we now offer you the same presentation either as part of a catered lunch at noon or an informal tea at 2 pm—all under the name Monday Lecture Series.
The programs take place in the Carriage House behind our Visitor Center. Catering for the lunch is provided by Plunkett’s Fabulous Foods. Light refreshments are served for the 2 pm tea.
The luncheon program costs $25 each or $250 for the entire series.
The 2 pm tea costs $15 each or $150 for the series.
Please make your reservations as soon as possible as these lectures regularly sell out.
September 24, 2012
Sue Macy, award-winning author
“Wheels of Change—How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom”
October 15, 2012
Judith Peitscher, adjunct professor, St. Michael’s College, portraying
“Susan B. Anthony’s Dear Vermont Friend, Clarina Howard Nichols”
November 12, 2012
Colleen Hurst and Bruce Klee, First Unitarian Church of Rochester
“Hester Jeffrey—Lost and Found Again”
December 3, 2012
Julie Cummins, author
“Daredevils in Petticoats”
January 14, 2013
“The Anthony Brothers in Kansas”
February 25, 2013
Mitzie Collins, musical presentation, assisted by Pat Carey
“Vote It Right Along! The Singing Hutchinson Family and Susan B. Anthony”
March 18, 2013
Deborah L. Hughes, president & CEO, National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House
“Snakes in Muddy Waters—Perspectives on the Separation of Church and State”
April 8, 2013
Carol Faulkner, associate professor and chair, department of history, Syracuse University
“Lucretia Mott and the Seneca Falls Convention”
May 20, 2013
Dr. Alison Parker, professor of history, The College at Brockport, SUNY
“Susan B. Anthony—Debates about Birth Control and Abortion in the late 19th Century”
June 24, 2013
Caroline Woidat, SUNY Geneseo
“Charlotte Perkins Gilman—Guest in Susan B Anthony’s Home”