FY 2014 Visitor Stats Break Last Year’s Record

Suffragette Parade on Pennsylvania Avenue NW, March 3, 1913. Photo from the Richard Mayfield Lantern Slide Collection.

Suffragette Parade on Pennsylvania Avenue NW, March 3, 1913. Photo from the Richard Mayfield Lantern Slide Collection.

There are two months left in Fiscal Year 2014 and already visitor statistics for the Society have broken last year’s record! Visitor statistics include individuals exploring Window to Washington, conducting research at the Kiplinger Research Library, or participating in the Society’s educational programming such as library orientations for high school students. When attendance from 2014’s special programs such as “For Light and Liberty: African Americans in Civil War Espionage,” Yi Chen Studio‘s screening of “Chinatown,” and the Society’s 120th Birthday are included the total number of visitors, to date, for fiscal year 2014 is over 2,000. With panel discussion, “Gay Power to Gay People,” and Member Research Day scheduled for this Saturday, June 7th it is only reasonable to expect great things from the Society’s reach for 2014.

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Policewoman directs traffic at 7th St. and Massachusetts Ave. NW, ca. 1918. Photo by Zaccheus Spratt. (ZSI 132A)

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