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Gartz, Kate Crane

The parlor provocateur or from salon to soap-box. The letters of Kate Crane Gartz. With an introduction by Mary Craig Sinclair.

The parlor provocateur or from salon to soap-box.
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Mary Craig Sinclair, Pasadena. 1923, 138p., front., original brick red cloth binding with a faded spine, movement bookstore stamp on front blank end paper else very good condition. "Gartz delighted in describing herself as the first "parlor Bolshevik." The daughter of Chicago industrialist and philanthropist Richard T. Crane, sister of Chicago Socialist and strike activist Frances Crane Lillie, Gartz moved from reform to revolution with the currents of the Russian Revolution and World War I. Her unique form of protest was letter-writing." *Buhle 297

Cat.No: 1285

Price: $25.00

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