Wednesday, February 21st we will learn more about this groundbreaking business woman.
In 1906, Adra Day probably had no idea that the baby shoes she made would become so popular. Her entrepreneurship, leadership and understanding of women as valuable customers created a very successful business that lasted over 60 years.
Discover her story, how she established and operated her Danvers based business to become known throughout the world.
Sheila Cooke-Kayser, retired NPS Educator, has researched Adra Day, her life and her business empire using primary sources from the Danvers Historical Society’s Collection and the Danvers Archival Center.
Speaker Series every 3rd Wednesday, 7pm.
Including a temporary exhibit of related artifacts from the Society’s collections.
Tapley Memorial Hall 13 Page Street, Danvers MA.
Danvers Historical Society: 978-777-1666 or E-mail to email@example.com