History Tea at the Otis Library

Zoe Johnson, 10, of Westerly watches on as Kiara Tanta-Quidgeon a student at Norwich Free Academy makes a presentation on chemist Rosalind Franklin during the Women's History Month Tea themed
Zoe Johnson, 10, of Westerly watches on as Kiara Tanta-Quidgeon a student at Norwich Free Academy makes a presentation on chemist Rosalind Franklin during the Women's History Month Tea themed "Women in Science" at Otis Library in Norwich Saturday, March 18, 2017. Four NFA students presented historical research on chemist Marie Curie, scientist Barbara McClintock, neurobiologist Miriam Salpeter, and chemist Rosalind Franklin during the tea. (Tim Cook/The Day)

Zoe Johnson, 10, of Westerly watches on as Kiara Tanta-Quidgeon a student at Norwich Free Academy makes a presentation on chemist Rosalind Franklin during the Women's History Month Tea themed "Women in Science" at Otis Library in Norwich, Saturday, March 18, 2017. Four NFA students presented historical research on chemist Marie Curie, scientist Barbara McClintock, neurobiologist Miriam Salpeter, and chemist Rosalind Franklin during the tea.

Norwich Free Academy student Alexandria Rodriguez receives applause after her presentation on scientist Barbara McClintock during the Women's History Month Tea themed
Norwich Free Academy student Alexandria Rodriguez receives applause after her presentation on scientist Barbara McClintock during the Women's History Month Tea themed "Women in Science" at Otis Library in Norwich Saturday, March 18, 2017. Four NFA students presented historical research on chemist Marie Curie, scientist Barbara McClintock, neurobiologist Miriam Salpeter, and chemist Rosalind Franklin during the tea. (Tim Cook/The Day)

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