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Carnegie Hall
57th Street & 7th Avenue New York NY 10019
(Cultural/Educational)
For music lovers worldwide, Carnegie Hall is the ultimate musical destination. ...Search ...Map

Madame Tussauds
234 West 42nd Street New York NY
(Cultural/Educational/Museum/Gallery)
Wax figurines. Interactive. Special events. ...Search ...Map

Radio City Music Hall
6th Avenue between 50th street and 51st street New York NY
(Cultural/Educational/Museum/Gallery)
Stage shows, movies, concerts and special events. Largest indoor theatre in the world. ...Search ...Map

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue (at 89th Street) New York NY 10128
(Cultural/Educational/Museum/Gallery)
Modern art museum. ...Search ...Map

The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street New York NY 10128
(Cultural/Educational/Museum/Gallery)
Renowned collection, which now totals more than 26,000 objects. The collection is constantly being refreshed with new artworks. ...Search ...Map

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10028
(Cultural/Educational/Museum/Gallery)
Museum galleries, special exhibitions, guided tours, gallery talks, and family programs. Permanent collection contains more than two million works of art, divided into nineteen curatorial departments. ...Search ...Map

The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street New York NY 10019
(Cultural/Educational/Museum/Gallery/Outdoors/Recreation)
Mission is the encouragement of an ever-deeper understanding and enjoyment of modern and contemporary art by the diverse local, national, and international audiences that it serves. ...Search ...Map

Angel of the Waters Statue at Bethesda Fountain Emma Stebbins
72nd Street Central Park New York NY
(Suffrage)
Webpage shows picture of the sculpture. …1873 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7743037,-73.97083

Annie Moore Statue Annie Moore
Ellis Island New York NY
(Suffrage)
First registered passenger to land at the newly opened Ellis Island at age 15. …1892 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6986858,-74.0407052

Apollo Hall
412 Broadway New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
Site of the 20th Anniversary National WR Convention-Paulina Wright Davis, Mott, ECS, Rose, etc. …1870 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7189113,-74.00176

Apollo Hall
412 Broadway New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
Annual meeting of the National Women's Suffrage Assocaition. …1871 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7189113,-74.00176

Apollo Hall
412 Broadway New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
Convention of the American Woman Suffrage Association. Lucy Stone, et al. …1872 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7189113,-74.00176

Apollo Hall
412 Broadway New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
25th Women's Rights Convention Anniversary Meeting. Seneca Falls Reminiscenses by ECS and LMott. …1873 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7189113,-74.00176

Barbizon Hotel for Women
140 East 63rd Street New York NY 10065
(Suffrage)
The Barbizon Hotel for Women was built in 1927-28 as a residential hotel and clubhouse for single women, who at that time were moving to New York City in record numbers to take advantage of new professional opportunities opening to them. Its residents included many women who later became prominent actresses, writers, designers, and professional women, including author Sylvia Plath, who wrote about her residence at the Barbizon in The Bell Jar. …1928 Hotel ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7645991,-73.9661703

Barnard College Annie Nathan Meyer
3009 Broadway New York NY 10027
(Suffrage)
Founded in 1889, Barnard was the only college in New York City, and one of the few in the nation, where women could receive the same rigorous and challenging education available to men.The school's founding is largely due to the efforts of Annie Nathan Meyer, staunchly committed to the education of women. She joined forces with a small group of her peers to petition Columbia University Trustees for an affiliated self-sustaining liberal arts women’s college, and in two years accomplished what she had set out to do. …1889 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8090928,-73.9639326

Beth Israel Medical Center Elizabeth Blackwell
Stuyvesant Square East and Fifteenth Street New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Official site of hospital …New York College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7329233,-73.9833409

Broadway Tabernacle
New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
Site of the seventh National Women's Rights Convention. Later building on site. …1856 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.716532,-74.004284

Broadway Tabernacle Lucretia, et al Mott
New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
In 1853 a Woman's Rights Convention was held at Broadway. Tabernacle in New York. Lucretia Mott presided. …1853 ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.716532,-74.004284

Church of the Puritans
Union Square New York NY
(Suffrage)
Site of the First Woman's National Loyal League Convention. …1863 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.699251,-73.9931105

Church of the Puritans
Union Square New York NY
(Suffrage)
First post-Civil War & 11th National Women's Rights Convention. Formal establishment of the American Equal Rights Assoc. 1867-First Annual Meeting of same. …1866 & 1867 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.699251,-73.9931105

Cooper Union/Institute
30 Cooper Square New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
2nd Annual Meeting of the American Equal Rights Assoc.ECS, MCW, A. Bloomer, ABB, SBA, etc. …1868 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7281411,-73.9918029

Cooper Union/Institute
30 Cooper Square New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Introductory anniversary meeting of the American Woman Suffrage Association …1873 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7281411,-73.9918029

Cooper Union/Institute
30 Cooper Square New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Site of Tenth National Women's Rights Convention. Organized by Emily Howland TLW …1860 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7281411,-73.9918029

Cooper Union/Institute Anthony et al
30 Cooper Square New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Meeting concerning the upcoming campaign, sponsored by the Republican Party. SBA, ECS, MJG; New York City Society members put on demonstration for suffrage and to prove the society had no sympathy with any theories of free-love. …1872 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7281411,-73.9918029

De Garmo Hall
Corner 5th & 14th New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
"Indignation meeting" held by the NYC Society to protest to protest the decsion by Judge Hunt in the case of SBA. …1873 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7358292,-73.9937274

Dr. Spring's Old Brick Church Stanton, et al
Franklin Square New York NY
(Suffrage)
Site of the World Temperance Convention where female delegates were spurned by many male delegates and caused a major dispruption. When Susan B. Anthony was recommended as a member of the business committee, the words of ECS, "The war commenced in earnest." …1853 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.700227,-73.6761029

Eleanor Roosevelt Statue Eleanor Roosevelt
Riverside Drive and 72nd Street New York NY 10023
(Suffrage)
Penelope Jencks has chosen a natural, everyday position for her figure, making Roosevelt accessible as a person instead of as a prominent international figure.On the sidewalk in front of the sculpture is a stone engraved with a quote from Eleanor Roosevelt: "Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home. Such are the places where every man, woman and child seeks equal justice, equal opportunity, equal dignity" …1996 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7803362,-73.9878932

Elsie de Wolfe and Elisabeth Marbury House Elsie & Elisabeth De Wolfe, Marbury
122 East Seventeenth Street New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
History of house and link to Elsie de Wolfe. …New York House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7358545,-73.9898606

Emma Goldman Residence Emma Goldman
208 E. 13th St. New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Activist, feminist, writer, and revolutionary; formed the Free Speech League in NYC. Her highly influential publication, Mother Earth, began publication in 1906. …1903-1913 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7321829,-73.9894279

Emma Lazarus Emma Lazarus
W. 10th St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
Link from the NY Park Service Statue of Liberty page-tells story of Emma Lazarus and her poem- 'The New Colossus' …1885 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7342534,-74.0029836

Florence Mills House Florence Mills
220 West 135th St. New York NY 10030
(Suffrage)
Florence Mills was one of the most acclaimed entertainers of the 1920s, and she used her status as a performer to comment on the nation's racial ills. A major contributor to the growth and spirit of the Harlem Renaissance. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.815387,-73.9468537

Fort Tryon Park Margaret Cochran Corbin
Riverside Dr To Broadway, W 192 St To Dyckman St New York NY
(Suffrage)
On November 16,1776, while they were stationed in Fort Washington, New York, the fort was attacked by British and Hessian troops. John was assisting a gunner until the gunner was killed. At this point John took charge of the cannon and Margaret assisted him. Sometime later, John was killed also. With no time to grieve, Margaret continued loading and firing the cannon by herself until she was wounded by grapeshot which tore her shoulder, mangled her chest and lacerated her jaw. Other soldiers moved her to the rear where she received first aid. …1776 Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8625608,-73.9312995

Frances Hodgson Burnett Fountain Frances Hodgson Burnett
Conservatory Garden, Central Park, 5th avenue at 106th street New York NY 10029
(Suffrage)
Site has background information on the fountain. …1936 Monument ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7943054,-73.953287

Gertrude Stein Statue Gertrude Stein
between 5 and 6 Av, W 40 St and W 42 St New York NY 10018
(Suffrage)
Trailblazing American author and arts patron Gertrude Stein made significant literary contributions—from plays, librettos, and film scripts to biographies, autobiographies, lectures, essays, poems, and novels. Virgil Thomson wrote music to accompany her work for a posthumously published opera, The Mother of Us All, based on the life of feminist Susan B. Anthony …1992 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7534569,-73.9830379

Greenacre Park Abby Rockefeller Mauze
East 51st Street Btwn 2nd and 3rd avenues New York NY 10022
(Suffrage)
Site describes park and its link to Abby Rockefeller Mauze …1971 Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7561486,-73.9692963

Hale House Clara M. Hale
145 West 122nd Street New York NY 10027
(Suffrage)
Also known as Mother Hale, was an American humanitarian who founded the Hale House Center, a home for unwanted children and children who were born addicted to drugs. …1940s Public Health ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.806793,-73.9507317

Henry Street Settlement Lillian Wald
265 Henry St. New York NY 10002
(Suffrage)
As founder & headworker of Henry Street Settlement until 1933, Wald drew from global intellectual currents of reform — especially networks of women and Progressives — as she integrated her Settlement into powerful political networks for social change. During her 40 years at the helm, she established herself as a courageous national leader in campaigns for social reform, public health and anti-militarism, and as an international crusader for human rights. … Building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7139582,-73.9867041

Irving Hall
New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Site of the meeting of the Anniversary of the (new) National Women's Suffrage Assoc. …1870 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.734929,-73.988448

Irving Hall
New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Annual meeting of the National Women's Suffrage Assocaition-Martha C. Wright, Presiding. …1874 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.734929,-73.988448

Joan of Arc Statue Joan/Jehanne DArc
Riverside Drive and 93rd Street. New York NY
(Suffrage)
The sculpture, by Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington, represents Joan of Arc on horseback, ready for battle. She is fully clad in armor, and standing tall in the stirrups. With one hand she holds the reins of the horse, while with the other she raises a sword high in the air. …1915 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7940556,-73.9763368

John Street United Methodist Church Barbara Ruckle Heck
44 John St. New York NY 10038
(Suffrage)
Barbara Heck was involved fortuitously in the inception of Methodism in the United States and Canada, A German Palatine …1768 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7091344,-74.0102906

Ladies Mile Historic District
Broadway from 8th to 23rd street New York NY 10010
(Suffrage)
official site of Ladies mile-tells its history …1862 District ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7413616,-73.9913212

Latourette Home Sojourner Isabella Truth Bomefree
Ward 5 New York NY 10306
(Suffrage)
James and Cornelia Latourette first housed and were friends of Isabella upon her arrival from Ulster Co., NY …1829-1843 ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.5760625,-74.1467884

Margaret Corbin Monument Margaret Cobin
Fort Tyron Park, West 192 Street and Broadway New York NY 10040
(Suffrage)
Park website. Has information on her. …1776 Monument ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.862013,-73.9344968

Margaret Louisa Home for Women Margaret Louisa Vanderbilt Shepard
14 E. 16th St. New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Residence hall built specifically for the gowing number of working women in NYC. …1891-1950 Residence Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.736614,-73.9941737

Margaret Mead Hall of Pacific Peoples Margaret Mead
American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at West 79th Street New York NY 10024
(Suffrage)
Part of official website of the American Museum of Natural History. …1926 Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7813281,-73.9761769

Martha Graham School Of Contemporary Dance Martha Graham
316 East 63rd Street New York NY 10065
(Suffrage)
official website of dance school and center …1926 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7626041,-73.9640965

Masonic Hall
Corner of 6th & 23rd St New York NY
(Suffrage)
National Women's Suffrage Assoc. held its 9th Annual Convention on May 10-11 …1876 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.724462,-73.9816327

Masonic Hall
Corner 6th & 23rd St New York NY
(Suffrage)
25th Anniversary Suffrage Mvmt. Convention …1875 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.724462,-73.9816327

Metropolitan Hall
New York NY 10023
(Suffrage)
Site of the second World's Temperance Convention and first "Half-world" Temperance Convention. Great disruptions caused by the presence of women precipitated the withdrawal of most women from the temperance cause and to concentrate on Women's Rights. …1853 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6974881,-73.979681

Metropolitan Museum of Art Louisine Elder Havemeyer
Metropolitan Museum of Art.Fifth Avenue and 81st street New York NY 10028
(Suffrage)
Page shows one of the paintings she bequethed to the museum. …1929 Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7782731,-73.964951

Metropolitan Opera House Eliz. Cady Stanton
New York NY
(Suffrage)
Celebration of ECS 80th birthday …1895 Music Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7727216,-73.9841644

Morris-Jumel Mansion Madame Eliza Jumel
65 Jummel Terrace New York NY 10032
(Suffrage)
Official site-detailed history and activities offered there. …1810-1865 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8344942,-73.9407652

Mozart Hall
668 Broadway New York NY 10012
(Suffrage)
Site of the Eighth and Ninth National Women's Rights Convention. …1858 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7272242,-73.9974597

New York City Josephine Shaw Lowell
New York NY
(Suffrage)
Appointed State Commissioner of Charities by Gov. Samuel J. Tilden. …1854 ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7053111,-74.258188

New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney
8 West 8 Street New York NY 10011
(Suffrage)
Official site. Mentions Ms Whitney. …1900 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7324546,-73.9972272

New York Town Hall Eleanor, Abbe, Catherine, Adele M. Sanders, Butler, Fielde, Jacobi, etc.
123 West 43rd Street New York NY 10036
(Suffrage)
Describes the facility-also mentions its link with women suffragists. …1921 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7561154,-73.9866391

Night Presence IV Louise Nevelson
Park Avenue Malls at 92nd Street New York NY 10128
(Suffrage)
NYC department of Parks and Recreation website-tells her life story. …1973 Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7840307,-73.9566927

Ottendorfer Public Library and Stuyvesant Polyclinic Hospital Anna Ottendorfer
135 and 137 2nd Ave. New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
The Stuyvesant Polyclinic Hospital and the Ottendorfer Branch Library represent the philanthropy of Anna Ottendorfer, a 19th-century German immigrant and German language newspaper publisher dedicated to providing charitable support to New York's German immigrants. …1883 Hospital ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7289881,-73.9877585

Plymouth Church
75 Hicks Street New York NY
(Suffrage)
2nd session of the introductory anniversary meeting of the American Woman Suffrage Association …1873 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6993293,-73.9937227

Sanger Home & Clinic Margaret Sanger
17 W. 16th St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
Sanger's Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau moved into the house in 1930, expanding its services. Doctors nationwide came to the clinic to learn the latest contraceptive techniques (few medical colleges taught birth control) and social workers kept in contact with the women who sought assistance. … House & Clinic ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7380883,-73.9939925

Sara Delano Roosevelt Memorial House Sara Delano Roosevelt
47-49 East 65th, Bet. Madison And Park Aves New York NY
(Suffrage)
The house was used by Sara Ann Delano Roosevelt from its completion in 1908 to her death in 1941, and intermittently by Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt from construction to their sale of the house to Hunter College in 1943. After his mother's death in 1941, President Roosevelt and his wife placed the house up for sale and a non-profit consortium was organized to purchase the house on behalf of Hunter College …1908 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7671747,-73.9675911

Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
7 State St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
First American saint to be canonized by the Vatican and is foundress of the parochial school system in the United States. …1821 Shrine ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.702612,-74.0136969

Stanton House Elizabeth Stanton
250 W. 94th ST. New York NY
(Suffrage)
Last home? …1900 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7934036,-73.9734364

Statue of liberty Bartholdi mother & Emma Lazarus the poet
Liberty Island New York NY
(Suffrage)
Part of National Park Service page.Gives historical details and how to visit. …1866 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6892494,-74.0445004

Statue of Liberty Gage, Howell, Blake, etc.
New York NY
(Suffrage)
A "Suffrage Boat" was in the harbor during the festivities of the unveiling of the statue. These women gave speeches. …1886 Waterway ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6892494,-74.0445004

Steinway Hall
14th Street New York NY
(Suffrage)
In 1869, the 3rd Anniversary of the American Equal Rights Association was held at Steinway Hall (May 12th & 13th) & Brooklyn Academy of Music (May 14th). At that time, Steinway Hall was located at 71-73 East 14th Street. …1869 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7352581,-73.9921117

Steinway Hall
14th Street New York NY
(Suffrage)
1872 - Annual meeting called "The People's Convention" of the National Women's Suffrage Association. Focus on the creation of a new political party. ECS MJG …1871 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7352581,-73.9921117

The Town Hall
123 West 43rd New York NY
(Suffrage)
The Town Hall was built by The League for Political Education, whose fight for passage of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution led them to commission the building of a meeting space for educational programs, gatherings of activists, and host for controversial speakers. Margaret Sanger, who was arrested and carried off The Town Hall stage on November 13, 1921, for attempting to speak to a mixed-sex audience about contraception. … Public building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7560768,-73.9844448

The Women's Bureau
49 E. 23rd St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
Meeting that resulted in the re-organization of the Equal Rights Assoc. into the The National Women's Suffrage Association. …1869 Apartment House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7405058,-73.9871347

Triangle Shirtwaist Bldg./Asch Bldg.
23-29 Washington Place New York NY
(Suffrage)
Site of both the first large scale strike of women workers in the country and of one of the worst industrial disasters in American history.Overcrowding, poor ventilation and dangerous machinery caused the local union to declare a strike against Triangle, and national labor and feminist figures such as Samuel Gompers and Lillian Wald spoke in support at local rallies. …1911 Building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7300765,-73.9953554

Union League Theater
38 E. 37th New York NY
(Suffrage)
Women's Congress organized to discuss social science issues of interest to women, ECS, ABB, etc.-speakers. …1873 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7489557,-73.9803779

Union Square
16 Union Square New York NY
(Suffrage)
Formation of the New York City Society. …1870 Public Bldg. ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7358633,-73.9910835

United Charities Complex
105 E. 22nd St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
This building was intended to provide charitable groups with a central building and lower rent than they would have elsewhere. The original tenants were the Charities Organizations Society, the Association for the Improvement of the Condition of the Poor, the Children's Aid Society, and the New York City Mission and Tract Society; a later and perhaps most important tenant was the National Consumer's League, an influential reform organization which fought for legislation regulating child labor, women's labor, and wages and hours in general. …1893 Public Bldg. ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.739439,-73.9864722

Whitney Museum of American Art Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney
Madison Avenue and East 75th street New York NY
(Suffrage)
Official site with full history of Mrs Whitne …1931 Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7395877,-74.0088629

NYS Dept of Economic Development (ILNY)
633 Third Avenue New York NY 10017
(Tourism Related Venues) ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.749608, -73.974538

Lower East Side Tenement Museum
103 Orchard St New York NY 10002
(Women's Rights and Heritage / Museums & Related Organizations) ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.718809,-73.990016

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