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Adams Historical Commission Talks Susan B. Anthony Signage
"I'd like to see some really classy signs when you come into Adams saying 'This is The Birthplace of Susan B. Anthony,' " — Joseph Nowak said

Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Hosts Talk on Abolitionism
"It's provocative to think how much Susan B. Anthony may have been inspired by Crandall. That needs to be looked into." — Steve Strimer

Adams Historical Commission Considers Signage Ideas
"People aren't going to read everything on the sign, but if they are passing by they are going to see a couple, and they may stay." — Colleen Janz

Adams to Rebid Park Street Construction Project
"We will move as quickly as we can and try to make the project move as efficiently as we can." — Jonathan Butler

Anthony Replica Quilt Unveiled at Birthday Celebration
"We began to appreciate what women had been doing and what they were capable of." — Marjorie Childers

Anthony Museum Birthday Celebration Set Feb. 16
The celebration will take place at the Adams Free Library. The event is co-sponsored by The Adams Historical Society, and is free and open to the public.

Susan B. Anthony Museum Plans Auction Event
"It's something Susan B. Anthony would have been proud of." — Colleen Janz

Susan B. Anthony Museum's Benefit Auction Set for Oct. 13
The Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum will have its live and silent auction on Sunday, Oct. 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. at The Williams Inn.

Cub Scouts, Girl Scout Plant Garden for Food Pantries
Wolf Cub Scouts from Pack 35 in North Adams and a Junior Girl Scout from Troop 11092 planted a garden at the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Musuem.

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