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Hollis Station, NY: Tipex, 1977. 248p., very good in wraps, 8.5x11 inches, red taped spine, as issued. A charmingly produced collection of facsimiles of material related to the suffrage movement, including photocopies of first day covers, with tipped-in reproductions of pamphlets and brochures. A large proportion of reproduced materials are...
New York: Richard R. Smith, 1947. 248p., first edition, very good condition, dj with minor fading on the edges. "Meta Stern Lilienthal was one of the most important journalists among women in the Socialist party. She produced several pamphlets, scores of leaflets and short essays, and edited a women's page...
New York: The Rand School of Social Science, 1916. Pamphlet. 66p., wraps slightly browned with minor chipping on one corner and the lower spine. "In rooting the labor movement and the women's movement in the industrial revolution, Lilienthal hopes to demonstrate their political interdependence." *Buhle 224.
Cambridge, MA: People's Labor Party, 1937. 14, [ii]p., wraps, 4.5x6 inches. Luscomb, born in 1887, was active in the woman suffrage campaigns, civil rights, civil liberties, and the Progressive Party candidate for governor of Massachusetts in 1952. The present work focuses on the Party's work, especially in Cambridge; the title...
New York: Da Capo Press, 1972. Hardcover. vii, 166p., preface, conclusion, appendixes, bibliography, tables, footnotes, very good facsimile reprint in maroon cloth and gilt titles. Da Capo Reprints in American Constitutional and Legal History, general editor; Leonard W. Levy. Originally published by Johns Hopkins in 1928.
London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1869. 188p.; small ownership label (Charles Clark, Totham, 1866] Essex) in three fonts and a neat small period (1872) owner's signature on front paste down, original matte-brown endsheets are in good condition, tiny binder's fiche on rear pastedown. First edition, light blue pencil marginalia...
Lafayette: the editor, 1978. xxvi, 285p., illustrated with period photos and documents and two modern line maps; first edition cloth boards in dj, copy as new. "The collated writings of a nineteenth century Butte County girl..[who] lived several places in California, especially in the gold mining area, and married a....
New York: The Woman's Press, 1936. Hardcover. x, 251p., hardbound in tan buckram boards titled black, 8x5.5 inches. Mildest handling soil to cover, textblock has suffered an upper corner-tip bump that affects most leaves, expect to find lightly pencilled brackets scattered among the first 70 pages, else a sound presentable copy.
Paris: Editions A. Pedone, Librairie de la Cour d'Appel et de l'Ordre des Avocats, 1936. 359p., possibly the first edition in French; 9 x 5.5 inch buff wraps with rubricated title, completely unopened copy with a small damp discoloration on the back, at the lower inside corner. A fresh-looking example.
San Francisco: The Blair-Murdock Co., 1915. Hardcover. 60p., frontis-portrait of Townsend, prologue, ownership signature and bookplate, first edition in wine cloth and gilt with light shelfwear and irregular sunning. Author Townsend has inscribed and signed his portrait, datelining 1917. The San Francisco lawyer/poet has not decided if he is to...
N.pl. n.pub. [1900?]. Pamphlet. 12p., wraps - front wrap detached but present, rear wrap missing, some soiling and wear, minor tears in margin of text block, 5.5x7.5 inches. A fair copy only of a scarce tract. Waisbrooker was leading radical feminist, suffragist, advocate of free love, who was active in.....