In this suffrage symbol, the sun symbolizes the rising power of women overcoming mountains of obstacles.
Harriet Taylor Upton Association
380 Mahoning Avenue NW
Warren, Ohio 44483-4633
Phone: (330) 395 1840
Website:  www.uptonhouse.org
The Upton Association
Board of Directors
Darlene Bennett
Elizabeth C. Clark
Ken Conklin
Linda Davis
Kay W. Fisher
Martha Flint
Roselyn Gadd
Charles Hahn
Kathleen Lepro
E. Carol Maxwell
Sally Mazer
Ann Miller
Carol Olson
Todd Pippenger
Harry Raphtis
Gussie Reed
Saundra Sarsany
Janet Schweitzer
Judith Sheridan
Sue Stoddart
Judy Waid
Barbara Wright


Officers
Kenneth Conklin, President
Janet Schweitzer, Vice President
Ann Miller, Secretary
Judith Sheridan, Treasurer
Martha Flint, Past President


The board of the Upton Association is a diverse group of women and men.  They have the united goal of preserving the Upton House and its history as related to the Women's Suffrage Movement in Warren, Ohio and on the national scene.  Members are active in various other community organizations and network for the benefit of the association.  The board meets at the Upton House on the second Thursday of each month at 4:30 pm.  The association sponsors fundraising activities to support the continuing restoration of the house, its garden and the Women's Park.
TO PRESERVE THE MEMORY OF HARRIET TAYLOR UPTON

TO COLLECT AND PRESERVE SIGNIFICANT MATERIALS RELATED TO HARRIET, THE SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT AND WOMEN WHO HAVE MADE AN IMPACT ON OHIO HISTORY

TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY
OUR MISSION:
Upton House Spring Luncheon
Saturday, May 13, 2017
Paper Dolls- Treasures of Childhood
Presented by Patricia Fertel

Sandy Sarsany and Martha Ellers looked at Sandy's table that included the cake topper first used by Sandy's parents and then by Sandy and Paul.
A salad luncheon was served to  a full house of 40 people.
Kathy Lepro's dolls and Darlene Bennett's books created an interesting addition.
Bright colors reminded us that springtime was on the way.
Patti Fertel from Columbus, Ohio gave an amazing lecture on historical paper dolls.