Susan B. Anthony speaks on the rights of women during interview at Lincoln Heritage Museum - Album

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[March 06, 2017]     Send a link to a friend  Share

Pictures by Curtis Fox

Jean Gossett prepares to interview Miss Susan B. Anthony at the Lincoln Heritage Museum.


Jean Gossett and Susan B. Anthony discuss women’s issues in the 19th century. Lincoln Heritage Museum Assistant Director Anne Moseley portrayed the women’s movement icon. Susan B. Anthony was selected as the first person to be interviewed, because of the courage she showed in demanding the vote for women as well as equal rights with men.



Anne Moseley discusses the history of women’s suffrage with visitors to the Lincoln Heritage Museum.


Jean and Anne pose in front of the latest exhibit at the LHM, “Lovers of Liberty, Take Courage”.

030 Susan B. Anthony as portrayed by Lincoln Heritage Museum Assistant Director and Certified Interpretive Trainer Anne Mosely. Moseley’s portrayal of Susan B. Anthony had her dressed in black as if in mourning. Anthony herself always dressed in black to honor women who were not liberated.


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