NY: Wilson, 1940. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 174. Illustrated. A very good copy. Inscribed on the front end paper from a women to her daughter offering the inspiring example of the women here noted. Tipped to the rear end paper is a newspaper article reporting on the symposium and the program for the banquet and the 8 page program with an attendees two page holograph notes, probably from Carrie Chapman Catt's speech and the program (8 pp, printed on blue paper) for the "Eighteen Grievances and What Became of Them" This is a terrific record of the event, while the book is relatvely available, we have never seen these programs before.
A history of the 100 year struggle. (Inventory #: 56481)
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