Beautiful view of the village from the fourth floor

Memories, emotions surface as demolition of Seneca Knitting Mill office building begins

By David L. Shaw on June 1, 2017, Finger Lakes Times SENECA FALLS — As workers were getting ready to begin demolishing buildings around the former Seneca Knitting Mill Tuesday, Anne Marrapese Kaye of Seneca Falls paid an emotional visit to the site. Camera in hand, she asked National Women’s Hall of Fame officials Jeanne Giovannini

Walls coming down at former Seneca Knitting Mill

Walls coming down at former Seneca Knitting Mill

By David L. Shaw on May 29, 2017, Finger Lakes Times SENECA FALLS — Demolition of former Seneca Knitting Mill structures on both sides of the limestone building that will be the new home of the National Women’s Hall of Fame is scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday. Crews from Sessler Wrecking and Excavating in Waterloo will be

HWS Artists Donate to National Women’s Hall of Fame Auction

HWS Artists Donate to National Women’s Hall of Fame Auction

By Hobart and William Smith Colleges on May 5th, 2017 Regional artists and craftspeople, including several HWS faculty members, will be featured in “A SmART Event,” an art auction to benefit the National Women’s Hall of Fame. The event, which will be held at Artisan Works in Rochester, N.Y., from 6 to 9 p.m. on

Windows installed

Work continues on renovating old mill for the Women’s Hall of Fame

By David L. Shaw on May 9, 2017, Finger Lakes Times SENECA FALLS — The first floor of the new National Women’s Hall of Fame is targeted to open in 2018. However, for that to happen, NWHF officials say monetary supporters big and small is needed to push the project over the finish line. The total price

NWHF Awarded $750,000 for the Center for Great Women

NWHF Awarded $750,000 for the Center for Great Women

The State of New York award $750,000 to the NWHF to support the continued development of the Center for Great Women facility, to be housed in the historic Seneca Knitting Mill in Seneca Falls. Funds will help to finance the ongoing adaptive rehabilitation of this historic structure on the Seneca-Cayuga Canal.  The funding comes from

New Roof  - nearing completion

Work Underway On New $25 Million Home For National Women’s Hall Of Fame

“Work underway on new $25 million home for National Women’s Hall of Fame”, Syracuse Post-Standard (Syracuse, New York), July 21, 2014. Read the article »

Governor Cuomo Announces Groundbreaking For The Seneca Knitting Mill

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the start of construction at the Seneca Knitting Mill, which will become the Center for Great Women and the new home of the National Women’s Hall of Fame. Work at limestone structure, built in 1844 on the Seneca-Cayuga Canal, will focus on the initial stabilization of the building as