To commemorate the 100th anniversary of women winning their right to vote, a traveling exhibit was developed by the Questers. The display tells the story of women gaining their right to vote in the State of Arizona. The Suffrage movement changed the course of history; a timeless icon of the democratic process. The display will be on view in the Cultural Crossroads Learning Center from October 3-31, 2020. The exhibit was developed in cooperation with the Arizona Capital Museum.
The Questers is a nonprofit international organization dedicated to keeping history alive through preservation and education. The group was founded in 1944 by Jessie Elizabeth Bardens, “to further knowledge and education about antiques, and to encourage the preservation, restoration and conservation of historic buildings, sites and antiquities.” To find out more about the Questers visit: http://azquesters.org/index.html .
The Desert Caballeros Western Museum has made safety the utmost priority for all visitors. Masks are required in the Museum at all times and we ask all visitors to maintain 6′ social distancing requirements.
Saturday, October 3-31st | Cultural Crossroads Learning Center | 11 am- 3 pm | Included with Museum Admission, Members Free