Over the past five years, I have attempted to reflect Women’s History Month by researching the lives of some of the “lesser known” women of Manistee’s past – women whose names were not not as locally known as people like the Ramsdells or the Filers are today.
As the museum is filled with photo after photo of people we don’t know much about – but who are part of the county’s history – I thought it might be interesting to pick a random album or folder , leafing through it and with my index finger landed on the first photograph of a woman he wanted and attempted to write an article about that woman using the museum’s various research resources.
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