by David Miller

David Miller

Loveland, Ohio – This is the third video in our series about Grailville and its important cultural past in Loveland. “Grailville Now” was produced by Elizabeth Robinson and Elizabeth Murphy in September of 2009 © and presented here with their permission.

In 1940, an international movement of women got on a boat. The last boat before Hitler invaded Holland. They made it to America, “by an eyelash” in April of that year.

The Grail from Loveland became a voice in the United Nations.

Grailville was the home of the National Grail movement in the United States; the symbolic heart of the movement.

Will we allow the Grailville farm to be plowed under or will we choose new furrows planted in a way that continues to grow our future as a community?

More reading…

In Search of the Grail: The Story of a Women’s Movement…

Why is Grailville important? A look at the Grail founding in Loveland

[VIDEO] With public outpouring, has tide turned on Grailville?

David Miller –  Mar 22, 2022

Planning and Zoning Commission to hear from public on re-zoning Grailville

An open letter to City Hall by the Mullins: Grailville decision…

Drees submits application for 209 homes at Grailville

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