New York: Liveright Publishing Corp., n.d., 1920. Later reprint, ca. early 1930s. 8vo, pp. xii, , 388; frontispiece of the suffragette Alice Paul to whom the book is dedicated, and 26 plates showing 35 illustrations, largely from photographs; fine copy in original purple cloth, gilt-lettered spine, and preserving the uncommon dust jacket which is very good with one small tape repair on the verso. This is an account of Alice Paul and other militant suffragists of the Woman's Party and their work to win passage of a national suffrage amendment (1913-1919). (Inventory #: 49142)
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