Race and Wartime Housing
For African Americans, housing opportunities during World War II were not as abundant as one might think. Check out the visual materials below to learn more about housing discrimination and public housing.
Women in Wartime STEM
When men were at war, women stepped up to the workforce, running factories and farms. Learn more about three local women, WAVES codebreaker Elizabeth Bigelow Stewart, nurse Lillian Feldman Schwartz, and computer Antoinette Kettenacker who navigated, and thrived, in the over-masculine world of STEM.