In prison; being a report by Kate Richards O'Hare to the President of the United States as to the conditions under which women federal prisoners are confined in the Missouri States Penitentiary, under the authority of the United States Department of Justice and the United States Superintendent of Prisons. Based on the author's experience as a federal prisoner from April 14, 1919, to May 30, 1920. Kate Richards O'Hare.

In prison; being a report by Kate Richards O'Hare to the President of the United States as to the conditions under which women federal prisoners are confined in the Missouri States Penitentiary, under the authority of the United States Department of Justice and the United States Superintendent of Prisons. Based on the author's experience as a federal prisoner from April 14, 1919, to May 30, 1920.

St. Louis: Frank P. O'Hare, 1920. 64p., wraps, front., first edition, minor creasing, cover slightly browned, upper right corner bumped. O'Hare was imprisoned for her anti-war activities.

Cat.No: 3040

Price: $125.00