The Later Years

2017-11-24T22:13:41+00:00

The 1910s were a time of travel and political activism for Margaret Brown. She was actively involved in several causes, including the women’s suffrage movement, the push to improve miner’s and children’s rights, and she ran for U.S. Senate in 1914. During these years, she also spent time in France both during and after World [...]

The Later Years 2017-11-24T22:13:41+00:00

Queer in the Age of the Queen: Gender and Sexuality of the Mid Modern Period in Victorian England and North America

2017-11-24T22:15:56+00:00

This June the Molly Brown House Museum has created a Thirsty Thursday event to coincide with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month titled Queer in the Age of the Queen. These events are an opportunity for professionals to mingle while learning about the history of this time period. This event will take a look [...]

Queer in the Age of the Queen: Gender and Sexuality of the Mid Modern Period in Victorian England and North America 2017-11-24T22:15:56+00:00

A 21st Century Girl with some Hope to Give

2016-06-01T20:33:06+00:00

I’m not one to deny my guilt in all of the modern world’s most superficial pleasures: the minimal effort of “happy birthday” on a friend’s Facebook page, the impatience at the 90 seconds it takes to microwave a Hot Pocket, the occasional text snuck under a restaurant table, etc. What can I say? I’m a [...]

A 21st Century Girl with some Hope to Give 2016-06-01T20:33:06+00:00