Monthly Archives: October 2015

The National Woman’s Party And the Meaning Behind Their Purple, White, and Gold Textiles

By: Allison LaCroix When I began my internship with the Sewall-Belmont House a few months ago, my primary responsibility was to work with collections staff to conduct an inventory of all of the textiles in the National Woman’s Party (NWP) … Continue reading

History, Up Close and Personal

By Caitlin Gullickson I love a good brunch. I always have, long before I was an age where mimosas were on the menu. There’s something so perfect about a long-drawn out breakfast on a weekend. Add in some close friends … Continue reading