by CATT, Carrie Chapman and SHULER, Nettie Rogers.
NY: Scribner, 1923. First edition. Limited to 1000 copies specially printed and reserved for those whose contributions in work or money made the winning of woman suffrage possible.. 8vo, pp. 504. Index. Bound in original cloth, a very good plus copy. (Most of these tend to be in poor condition, this is better than most.) Laid in is a TLS (March 15, 1923) from Rose Young to Mrs. Baur saying, "you are one of the women who worked in closest association with Mrs. Catt in the suffrage struggle" and offering to allow her to purchase this copy of the limited "co-workers edition" of the book. The letter is on The Woman Citizen letterhead. Young was the editor of the present work and notes that it will be published on March 23rd.
Catt and Shuler were both instrumental in the organizing of the last years before passage of the Suffrage Amendment. A summary of the 72 year campaign. (Inventory #: 55836)
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