The Susan B. Anthony House, a National Historic Landmark, was Susan B. Anthony’s home during the most politically active period of her life. It was also the site of her famous arrest for voting in 1872. Today, the Hose is a museum filled with memorabilia, and the stuffed Victorian furniture of its early, determined occupants. In the parlor she met and planned with famous reformers Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Frederick Douglass; in the attic she helped write the monumental History of Woman Suffrage. Susan B. Anthony’s story of courage and determination have been told & re-told to visitors in her Rochester, New York home for more than 50 years.