This document provides the verbatim from the Victoriana panel moderated by Jean Hess Wells at the 1982 National Convention. Wells discusses the preservation of the Fraternity's history with the creation of the Heritage Museum, and then each member of the panel talks about important ideas and issues from the Victorian era. Particular attention is given to the position of women in this period.
Jean Cathlean Hess Wells - Clara Owen Pierce - Susan Louise Burrows Swan - Karen Marie Stedtfeld Offen - Ruth Branning Molloy - Catherine Marie Schroeder Graf - Nancy Sanor Pennell - Theodore Parker - John Keats - Catherine Beecher - Lydia Pinkham - Sarah Hale - Susan B. Anthony - Emma Lou Woods - Beverly Kay Cronkite Barnes - Julia Ward Howe - Rutherford B. Hayes - Lucy Webb Hayes - A. J. Downing - Ezra Pound - George Hewitt - Charles Addams - Mary Astor - C. D. Wrege - Brendan Gill - Joseph Hoxie - George Bellows
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