The Sewall-Belmont House and Museum, a National Historic Landmark on Capitol Hill, is the headquarters of the historic National Woman's Party and one of the nation's premier women's history sites. For 43 years, it was the Washington home of the NWP's founder, Alice Paul, militant suffragist leader, author of the Equal Rights Amendment and lifelong activist for women's rights.
With unparalleled archives and a collection of fine art and artifacts from the women's suffrage and equal rights movements, the Sewall-Belmont House tells the inspiring and still unfinished story of women's quest for full equality. The Museum features docent-led tours highlighting original busts and portraits of the pioneers of the women's rights movement, suffrage parade banners, Susan B. Anthony's desk, political cartoons and historic photographs.
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