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Women were the chief architects of the historic preservation movement. Kentucky women were particularly active, including generations of Brown women including Margaretta Brown Barret (1839-1920) top left; Mary Mason Scott (1867-1934) top right; Anne Hord Brown (1867-1955) bottom left, as well as women like Eleanor Offut O’Rear and Sally Willis Meigs. Central to the movement nationwide is the National Society of Colonial Dames in America. Come learn more on October 14th as Liberty Hall presents this session during Preservation Trailblazers.

Click here for a schedule of the day’s concurrent sessions, including a walking tour of Senator Brown’s neighborhood!

Register today at http://www.libertyhall.org/preservation-trailblazers