San Francisco: Self-published by the author, 1967. Hardcover. 201p., illustrated with scattered vignette clip-art, text reproduced from a keyboard-set ms, hardbound in openweave white cloth boards titled black with a decoration in blue. An amateur job but quite sound. However, front cover bears a nasty circular stain, an inch & a quarter in diameter, plus a little foxing: as is. Original research, self-education, much gratitude to Bancroft Library, a tiny bibliography. Useful? we can't tell. Main thrust, the story of woman suffrage; POV that of a philosophical socialist. Reda Davis' only other publication was a children's book about a pet dinosaur.