Unfortunately, my podcast episode that would have dropped on March 1st has been delayed while I’m preparing for my upcoming talk on March 6th at the Jefferson County Historical Museum. My talk is part of their First Friday Lecture series, which this year focuses on – quote – women’s voices, experiences, and innovations – end quote – as part of the nationwide celebration of the Centennial for Women’s Suffrage.
Here’s some basic information about the talk:
Dr. Lee McIntyre; A History of Women Photographers
Friday, March 6, 2020
7PM – 8:30PM
Season Pass Holder Reception at 6PM; General admission doors at 6:30PM
Suggested general admission: $10
Admission included for Season Pass Holders; Season Passes $65 for members/$80 for non-members
Hosted at the Maritime Meeting Room at the Northwest Maritime Center – 431 Water Street in downtown Port Townsend
There’s a nice blurb about it on this website, too.
I’ll be talking about women across the county, with a particular focus on women from Washington State, including Addie Libby (I talked about her here on the podcast back in Episode 41 ).
I’ll be bringing stories of more women from Washington next month on the podcast. Thanks for stopping by today! See you next month!