See biography by M. Mead (1974).
The National Women's Hall of Fame inducts distinguished American women through a rigorous national honors selection process involving representative's of many of the nation's important organizations and areas of expertise. Women are chosen for inclusion on the basis of the change(s) they created that affects the social, economic or cultural aspects of society; the significant national or global impact and result(s) of change due to their achievement; and, the enduring value of their achievement(s) or change(s).
The Hall was hosted by Eisenhower College until 1979, when the organization purchased an historic bank building in the Seneca Falls Historic District and renovated it to house the Hall's permanent exhibit, historical artifacts, and offices. The Hall is located at 76 Fall Street.