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Latest revision as of 14:10, 24 June 2019

Museum Resources[edit]

       

Brick Order Form
BrickOrderForm 2018.pdf

The Stewart House Museum[edit]

The early days of Kappa Kappa Gamma coincide with the history of women during the Victorian Period. Our founding was a bold move by women who at the time didn’t have the right to vote. Our tradition of preparing women for leadership opportunities comes right from the pages of history as women campaigned for that right and the right to hold public office.

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Knowing where we come from can help to put our current history into context. It can affirm for us that the struggles we encounter on the way to our goals are worth the effort—no matter how long it might take to achieve them. That is why we maintain The Stewart House Museum in Monmouth, Illinois, and our Fraternity Headquarters, Archives, and Heritage displays in Columbus, Ohio.

 

   

 

The Stewart House Museum
Stewart House Museum
LocationMonmouth, Illinois
HomepageThe Stewart House Museum Homepage
Media related to The Stewart House Museum


Stewart House Newsletter[edit]

News from the Founder's Home has all the monthly news of current happenings at The Stewart House Museum in Monmouth, Illinois.

       

June 2019
June 2019.pdf

Museums eNews[edit]

The Museums eNews is a newsletter that is written by the Foundation Museums Committee. It is sent to the Friends of the Museums (supporters who donate $100 or more the museums annually) with news and tidbits about The Stewart House Museum in Monmouth, Illinois, and The Heritage Museum at The Snowden-Gray House in Columbus, Ohio.

     

January 2014
ENews Jan2014.jpg
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February 2014
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March 2014
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April 2014
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May 2014
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June/July 2014
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