New York: George H. Doran Company, 1917. 98p., very good hardcover, corners rubbed, slightly uneven toning to title label on front board. Gift inscription on front free endpaper states "This book expresses what I think much better than I can, so I am sending it to take the place of the letter I did not write. It is much more amusing."
Sardonic poetry about women's suffrage, much of it parodying the arguments of opponents from the time, still quite funny a century later.