Would love to see something dedicated to women in the semiconductor/electronics industry. My mother as well as many others inspected PC boards that were the foundation of our county's wealth and future.
I would like to see a plaque to honor women who worked in the orchards and packing of fruits from this area.
Louise Benson who began what would become Sacred Heart Community Services by providing sandwiches to those in Saint James Park
Joyce Ellington Public Library. Joyce was a founding member of the Northside Neighborhood Association and worked tirelessly to bring library branch to the neighborhood. <br>http://www.northside-sj.org/html/projects/proj_history_ellington.html
St. Clare Statue by Anne Van Kleeck (1965)
The San Jose Woman's Club, one of California's oldest women’s organizations, was established in 1894 as part of a global social movement of women’s clubs that combined self-improvement with voluntary community...
I would like to see a multi-media (sound, music, photos, video) production project for young women (teens and young adults) that highlights archival material about women's history in the valley with participants...
Through a sculpture, mural series, or small public exhibit. (Like on Agnews campus)
Clara Shortridge Foltz should be prominently recognized near one of our many court/legal buildings. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clara_Shortridge_Foltz
Sylvia Cassell Elementary School
This would be a great place to commemorate women through events
Our Lady of Peace Church and Shrine
Diamond Jubilee by Taro Seesurat (1988)
"Dedicated to women Volunteers in the community." - Taro Seesurat, Artist
Ohlone Woman by Lisa Reinertson (2007)
Commemoration of Carol Murdock by Linda Rosenus Walsh (2000)