Women at the World's Crossroads. A. Maude Royden The Woman's Press New York second printing, dust jacket worn, some staining on end paper
The Woman's Press
by A. Maude Royden
New York, 1923. The Woman's Press. 139 pp. Blue fabric cover with gilt title, Printed white dust jacket with author's photograph, frontispiece of author.Contents include six chapters entitled; The World at the Crossroads, Christian Patriotism, Women's Service to the Race, Women's Service to Theology, The Law of Life, and Love, the Fulfilling of the Law. Material in book was first presented as address at the seventh national convention of the Young Women's Christian Associations of the United States of America.7 3/4" x 5
(Inventory #: 2600211)
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