This home became the headquarters for the suffrage and temperance movements.
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This is an instance where a home picked from a catalog becomes a catalyst for change. Frances Willard leads the charge for women's rights from her charming gothic cottage in Evanston.
Frances Willard held a quiet charge from this modest Gothic Revival home for women's rights from 1865 until her death in 1898.