The role of local women in politics is highlighted in the Stroud Mansion’s current special exhibit
FROM SUFFRAGE TO SERVICE100 Years of Monroe County Women in Politics
The current special exhibit at the Stroud Mansion celebrates the role of Monroe County women in politics.
From the women’s suffrage movement to securing the right to vote to holding elected positions in the county, local women have long been active participants in the political process. This exhibit highlights the fact that, while before 1920 women were unable to vote, 100 years later we have had many prominent female elected leaders in our community.
Visitors will see political memorabilia, campaign materials and giveaways, photographs, and other ephemera representing the importance of women in local politics.
at Stroud Mansion900 Main Street • Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
See map below
MUSEUM & LIBRARY HOURS10am–4pm
Closed Noon - 1 p.m. for lunch
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays
Closed major holidays
EXHIBIT ADMISSIONThe first floor, including the current exhibit, is open by guided tour appointment | $5
MCHA members admitted free
to Stroud Mansion museum
and Walters Research Library
Group tours of no more than five. Appointment recommended.
Masks are recommended.
NOTE: Entry to the Stroud Mansion is wheelchair accessible through a ramp at the Ninth Street entrance. The Walters Research Library, Gift Shop, Stroud Room, Victorian parlor and changing exhibit space are located on the first floor.