Tuesday, March 10, 2015

HeRSToRy 086 Lucille Povero

    Lucille was born and raised in Seneca Falls, NY and in the years just before the peace camp opened, had successfully lobbied to have Elizabeth Cady Stanton's house made a National Historic Park. Lucille became involved with the encampment after the incident at the Waterloo bridge on July 30, 1983 and spent many weekends there that fall. She continued to keep tabs on both the camp and depot through the 90s.

CLIP 1: Everybody knew it

CLIP 2: You have the hawk and you have the dove


Interview: Lucille Povero
Date: August 17, 2008
Location: Seneca Falls, NY
Present: Estelle Coleman, hershe Michele Kramer

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