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Re-enactor Carol Levin Simon performs at the Montville Township Public Library to tell the story of WWII WASP Ann Baumgartener Carl   Photo Credit: Melissa Benno

SCLS Librarian Publishes Coloring Book

Story of Woman Behind Construction of Brooklyn Bridge Told at Westfield Memorial Library By MaryLou Morano

Silent Partner: Building The Brooklyn Bridge By Patricia Hart Zackman (Ocean County)

Trailblazer: Bridge Builder Emily Warren Roebling

At the Denville Library: The Woman Who Supported the Brooklyn Bridge By Sandra Pledger

Jefferson Program Recognizes the Brazen Emily Warren Roebling by Vera Olinski

Women’s Club of Westfield Welcomed Guest Speaker Carol Simon Levin

Flying Higher: A Wasp Takes Wing at Bernardsville Library (NJ.Com)

Re-Enactor Tells Story of WW2 Women Fighter Pilots by Melissa Benno (Montville)

Lecture on WWI WASPs set for June 15th at Warren Township Library  (nj.com)

Red Mill Museum Village Explores NJ’s Vibrant History Through Stories & Folklore

Female Aviators in Focus in Rockaway Township

Bucks County Herald Review of Remembering the Ladies

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westwomansclubCarol Simon Levin as Emily Warren Roebling with members of The Woman’s Club of Westfield: Diana Peterson, Joan Kirner and Dolores Geisow. (photo: Suburban News)

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Carol Simon Levin as Elinor Smith Sullivan in “Nobody Owns the Sky” (photo: Anthony Lusardi, The Citizen of Morris County)

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Carol Simon Levin impersonating “Abigail Adams” penning a letter
to her husband John asking that the Continental Congress “Remember the Ladies”

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