''Women's Roles In Society: Fashion & History'' Programs

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July 09, 2018
DAVENPORT, The German American Heritage Center is excited to present the Putnam's Curator of History and Anthropology Christina Kastell on July 22nd at 2 PM!
In the 1800's women's clothing actually restricted them from taking an active part in society. By the 1920's, both women's clothing - and society - was much looser. Learn how changes in women's fashion reflected women's changing roles in society as they joined the workforce, participated in sports, and even frequented speakeasies.

The program is included with regular admission as follows:
$5 for Adults
$4 for Seniors
$3 for Children
FREE for members
The German American Heritage Center is open on Tuesdays-Saturdays 10-4 and on Sundays from 12-4; closed on Mondays. For more information on current exhibitions and connected programming please call 563-322-8844, visit our website at and like us on Facebook.

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