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The Sewall House has stood strong on Capitol Hill for more than 200 years. Full review →
This unassuming old brick house betwixt the Capitol and the Supreme Court has been the home of the National Woman’s Party since 1929. Full review →
The District, sadly, lacks a specific monument and museum to the women’s rights movement, but it does have this historic house. Full review →
This gracious house was erected in 1799 by Robert Sewall, remained in the family for 123 years, and served as one of Washington's first social centers. Full review →
The fifth and final national headquarters of the National Woman’s Party traces the group’s fight for gender equality and the right to vote. The museum’s 250-plus artifacts, including... Full review →