Elizabeth Stanton Home

Renaissance is proud to have been called on to participate in designing and installing the conservatory located in Tenafly, NJ on the Elizabeth Staunton Home.

The house was built in 1868 near the Tenafly train station. Stanton lived in the home from 1868 to 1887. During Stanton's time living in Tenafly, Susan B. Anthony was a frequent visitor as the two women worked on advancing women's rights. While living in Tenafly, Stanton and Anthony collaborated on a three-volume History of Woman Suffrage. Stanton was also living in Tenafly when she attempted to vote only to be turned away at the polls in 1980. Stanton's home in Tenafly was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1975.