Carrie Chapman Catt Girlhood Home
2379 Timber Avenue
Charles City, IA 50616
Visit Springbrook Stock Farm, established in 1865 by Lucius Lane, father of national women’s rights leader Carrie Lane Chapman Catt. The double-brick home, completely restored by the National 19th Amendment Society, is of unique design. A barn constructed at the turn of the century is also located on the property as well as a prairie-grass area. Carrie Lane Chapman Catt was a founder of the League of Women Voters and spent her life working for the rights of women and the passage of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote.
TOURS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 10am, Noon, and 2pm. Please call ahead to schedule your visit.
Please note: Visitors must wear masks. No groups larger than 10.
Visitors are encouraged to enjoy the outdoor space such as the prairie and apple orchard on site at their own leisure during daylight hours throughout the week.
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