There are several monuments to Susan B. Anthony:

In Rochester, NY (her hometown), there are statues of her and Frederick Douglass having tea in Susan B. Anthony Square Park. They were erected in 2001 by the Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood Association. Interestingly enough, Susan’s brother Daniel Read Anthony set aside money for a memorial to her, but Susan chose to use the money for other purposes. 4

Miss Anthony is part of another monument in Seneca Falls, NY, where she often visited the home of close friend Elizabeth Cady Stanton. When Anthony Met Stanton features Amelia Bloomer introducing the two great forces of the early women’s movement.

In Central Park, New York City, the Women’s Rights Pioneers monument was erected in August 2020, featuring Anthony, Stanton, and Sojourner Truth. All three women were from New York State.

The U.S. Capitol Building is home to the Portrait Monument featuring Stanton and Anthony with Lucretia Mott, one of the organizers of the first women’s rights convention in 1848, Seneca Falls, NY. Mott was a lifelong Quaker activist for women’s rights and abolition.