In the News

Weitzman School of Design receives $300,000 for exhibition on groundbreaking woman architect

Ren Yagawara, The Daily Pennsylvanian


Groundbreaking Exhibition on Minerva Parker Nichols, America’s First Independent Woman Architect, Slated for 2022

Weitzman School of Design, University of Pennsylvania


"Helping People One and All: Cranaleith Spiritual Center"

Tiffany Desmond, PhilaPlace


"Mill-Rae: A Monument of Women's History Hidden in Plain Sight"

Cory Kegerise, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission March 2017

"Minerva Parker Nichols: One of Architecture's Unsung Pioneers"

Jared Foretek, Saving Places (National Trust for Historic Preservation)

March 8, 2017

"Mill Rae, once a retreat for suffragists, earns its place in history"

Melissa Romero, Curbed Philly

January 26, 2017

"Good Eye: Women who made Hillary's rise possible spent time in this Philly house"

Inga Saffron, The Philadelphia Inquirer

October 28, 2016

"In Somerton, Suffragists' Vision Lives On"

Sarah Kennedy, Hidden City Philadelphia

October 27, 2016

"5 Female Architects Who Left Lasting Marks in Philly"

Melissa Romero, Curbed Philly

March 8, 2016