2822 Third Avenue North B-3 Billings, MT 59101 406-248-2015 http://www.museumofwomenshistory.org/index.htm The    purpose    of    the    Museum    of Women's History: To    establish    a    museum    for    the preservation    of    women's    history; To   provide   for   study   and   research activities   and   for   the   dissemination of     information     about     women's history;         To         facilitate         the understanding         of         historical processes    and    events    from    the    perspective    of    women;    To    accept    and    display artifacts which depict or illustrate the evolution of women's history. The   Museum   of   Women’s   History   was   founded   in   May   1995   at   Montana   State University-Billings   by   Dorothy   McLaughlin   with   the   support   of   Chancellor   Ronald   Sexton. The   Museum's   first   location   was   in   the basement   of   McMullen   Hall   at   Montana   State   University-Billings.   The   Museum   quickly   outgrew   its   space   at   the   University   and moved   to   the   present   downtown   Billings   location   where   it   now   has   more   room   for   exhibits,   archives,   and   artifacts.   There   is   also a research library and Museum office. The   Museum   is   open   to   everyone   and   the   exhibits   proudly   reflect   the   lives   of   women   everywhere   --   not   just   Montana.   It   is   a museum    of    all    ages,    for    all    ages.    Exhibits    feature    women    from    all    walks    of    life,    all    professions,    all    ethnic    groups    and perspectives locally and internationally. Admission is free and donations are gratefully accepted.
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2822 Third Avenue North B- 3 Billings, MT 59101 406-248-2015 http://www.museumofwomenshistory.org/index.htm The purpose of the Museum of Women's History: To   establish   a   museum   for   the   preservation   of   women's   history; To    provide    for    study    and    research    activities    and    for    the dissemination     of     information     about     women's     history;     To facilitate   the   understanding   of   historical   processes   and   events from   the   perspective   of   women;   To   accept   and   display   artifacts which depict or illustrate the evolution of women's history. The   Museum   of   Women’s   History   was   founded   in   May   1995   at Montana   State   University-Billings   by   Dorothy   McLaughlin   with the   support   of   Chancellor   Ronald   Sexton.   The   Museum's   first location   was   in   the   basement   of   McMullen   Hall   at   Montana State    University-Billings.    The    Museum    quickly    outgrew    its space   at   the   University   and   moved   to   the   present   downtown Billings    location    where    it    now    has    more    room    for    exhibits, archives,   and   artifacts.   There   is   also   a   research   library   and Museum office. The    Museum    is    open    to    everyone    and    the    exhibits    proudly reflect   the   lives   of   women   everywhere   --   not   just   Montana.   It   is a   museum   of   all   ages,   for   all   ages.   Exhibits   feature   women   from all     walks     of     life,     all     professions,     all     ethnic     groups     and perspectives   locally   and   internationally.   Admission   is   free   and donations are gratefully accepted.
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