Clandestine Women

Did you know that TV chef Julia Child was a spy during WWII? This exhibit covers women in the intelligence community from the American Revolution through the Cold War. Notable women such as Harriet Tubman, Virginia Hall, and Ethel Rosenberg are profiled. Learn more about the roles women played in the intelligence community in Clandestine Women: Spies in American History.

3 Responses to “Clandestine Women”

  1. Brooke says:

    This Website has helped me and my partner SOOOOOOO much during our History Fair Year.When we looked at your website and looking at the online exhibits, we saw the Woman Spie’s tab and instianly knew thats what we wanted to do for History Fair. Thanks SOOOOOOO much!
    Brooke and Jackie

  2. Im so pleased to have found you. I teach African American Literature and American Literature at Salem State University in Salem, MA. There are so many wonderful women who have added so much to the development of our country and it is so great to find a place that actually cherishes their life work. So inspiring so see a Happy Birthday to Zora Neale Hurston. Through her writing, she opened many doors that no one had previously dared to touch.
    Lorraine Allison

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