Our last Women's History Month post is about artist Lenore Thomas Straus, whose seminal sculptures are found throughout Greenbelt, such as the bas reliefs on the Community Center's front.

An accomplished sculptor, Thomas Straus worked for the Resettlement Administration...

As part of on ongoing celebration of Women's History Month and the women who have been important to Greenbelt's history, let's talk about the only woman acknowledged as a consultant on the 1937 Greenbelt project: social housing advocate and professor of city and region...

For Women's History Month, let's talk about the women who have been important to the history of Greenbelt, Maryland! Let's start with First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, one of the town's biggest champions.

In 1937, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt made a surprise visit to Greenb...

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