Women’s History – Zoom Presentation

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March is Women’s History Month. Bellefontaine Cemetery and Arboretum is the final resting place of several strong, inspirational women who have impacted history as we know it. This list includes a Nobel prize-winning scientist (Gerty Cori), a Pulitzer-prize winning poet (Sara Teasdale), an Olympic gold medalist (Martha N. Brown), an author of one of the world’s most widely read cookbooks (Irma Rombauer), a survivor of the Titanic (Elisabeth W. Robert), a spy (Margaret McClure), the “Mother of Kindergarten” (Susan Blow), and generations of suffragists who fought tirelessly to secure the right to vote for women

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