Paris: A. Lahure, 1925. Paperback. xvi, 99p., frontispiece, text in French, some mild sunning/toning to covers otherwise very good first edition paperback in green printed wraps. Published in the year Cooper completed her dissertation.
The daughter of a slave, the Oberlin-educated Cooper became an educator, "feminist, human rights advocate, distinguished scholar, essayist, author, lecturer, and vital force in the late nineteenth-century Black woman's club movement." (Hine, p. 276). Her attainment of the doctorate made her the fourth African American woman to earn a Ph. D.