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Historic Alcove Celebrating The 19th Amendment
The Hermitage Hotel served as an integral backdrop during the fight toward women’s suffrage.
Throughout all of 2020 in the Grand Lobby explore a display of The Hermitage Hotel’s private collection of historic artifacts dating from the summer of 1920, when both Pro and Anti Suffrage leaders were headquartered in the hotel. This display is located in the lobby next to the reception desk and is open for all to see throughout the centennial year.
Suffrage-Themed Craft Cocktail Menu – Throughout all of 2020 at The Oak Bar. In the summer of 1920, Pro and Anti Suffragists lobbied the men of Capitol Hill for the right to vote. Although forbidden by prohibition, many legislators and lobbyists winked at the 18th Amendment while fighting for and against the 19th. Travel back in time to the final battleground of Women’s Suffrage and honor this unique moment in history for an immersive tasting experience inside the storied Oak Bar. Each cocktail is hand-crafted to fit the personality of Nashville’s most prominent Suffrage leaders. Be sure to experience the Carrie!
Source: The Hermitage Hotel