This year we mark the centennial of the Ratification of the 19th Amendment, we’ll tour the Nichols House Museum to learn about the family’s involvement in campaigns for women’s rights. Each of the daughters of the family found a different path in their fight for equal rights. Rose, a landscape architect and writer, was a devoted to peace activism and suffrage. Marian campaigned for the rights of women and the working class; she ran for a seat in the Massachusetts State Legislature in 1920. The youngest of the Nichols family, Margaret, led an active life as an athlete, carpenter, bell ringer, and suffragist. As we tour the home that these inspiring women were raised in, we’ll discuss the push for suffrage and women’s rights in turn of he century Boston.