Mackin House Museum

Monday-Friday

11am to 5pm

Saturday & Sunday

10am to 4pm

Hours to change in September 

Exhibits

A Man's World: 1900-1920  -  June 6 - October 7 2017


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Collection Highlight

The first ever International Women's Day was celebrated March 8th, 1909 in New York City. This day was used by women to rally together to fight for their human rights. Now, this day is celebrated globally as a reminder of how far women have come, but how far there is still to go before total equality of the genders. Use today to celebrate all of the amazing mother's, sister's, aunt's, cousin's and daughter's in your life! Featured above is a cross-stitch that demonstrates the different devices used during menstruation by women before modern day products were available.

The first ever International Women's Day was celebrated March 8th, 1909 in New York City. This day was used by women to rally together to fight for their human rights. Now, this day is celebrated globally as a reminder of how far women have come, but how far there is still to go before total equality of the genders. Use today to celebrate all of the amazing mother's, sister's, aunt's, cousin's and daughter's in your life!

Featured above is a cross-stitch that demonstrates the different devices used during menstruation by women before modern day products were available.