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Outstanding Local Women Presentation showing at History Center
March is Women’s History Month and you are invited to The History Center on Main Street in Mansfield on March 25th for a presentation about the life achievements of four of our own outstanding local women in history, including:
Martha Ann Dartt, A.K.A Mrs. Maxwell, originally from Charleston Township. She blazed new trails in natural science discoveries and studies.
Margaret Williamson (stage name Margaret Adams) of Mansfield attended our local schools and went on to have a successful international career in opera, Broadway, music and theater, and motion pictures.
Grace Crocker Steadman arrived in Mansfield in 1921 and worked as the music director at the Mansfield State Teachers College and Mansfield State Normal School until her retirement in 1939. She worked diligently to promote Mansfield, improving the school’s standing and that of its students in the eyes of local, regional, and international organizations.
Helen Dieffenbach Lutes came to Mansfield in 1946 after serving in the WAVES as a lieutenant during WWII. For the next 28 years, Lutes oversaw women’s physical education and athletics, and she was a guiding force in gender equality, creating opportunities along with her generous support for her students to participate in athletics.
All are welcome to attend The History Center in Mansfield on March 25 at 2 pm, to learn more about these incredible women!