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Between Ourselves: Letters Between Mothers and Daughters 1750-1982

By Payne, Karen, ed.

Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1983. 1st edition, 8vo, tan boards, xvi, 416 pages, notes, bibliography, index. Condition: VERY GOOD+ book / VERY GOOD+ jacket: minor wear, jacket spine slightly sunned, price-clipped. . First Edition. Hardcover. VG+/VG+.

$10.00

A Magazine of Her Own?: Domesticity and Desire in the Woman's Magazine, 1800-1914
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A Magazine of Her Own?: Domesticity and Desire in the Woman's Magazine, 1800-1914

By Beetham, Margaret

London / NY: Routledge, 1996. 1st softbound edition, 8vo, 242 pages, b/w illustrations, extensive bibliography, index. Condition: VERY GOOD+ with little wear, a slightly sunned spine. "A lively and revealing historical exploration of the immensely popular ladies' magazines of the 19th and early 20th century; Beetham investigates how these magazines deployed visual images and a range of written forms to define the femininity of their readers and to address their desire.". First paperback edition. Softcover. VG+.

$45.00

Marie Stopes: A Checklist of Her Writings

By Eaton, Peter; Marilyn Warnick.

London: Croom Helm, 1977. 1st edition [NAP], 8vo, black boards, 59 pages, index. Condition: VERY GOOD+ book / VERY GOOD+ jacket: book has little wear; jacket has slight toning. A bibliography of the extensive body of work of Marie Stopes (1880-1958), a British author, palaeobotanist, academic, eugenicist, campaigner for women's rights, and pioneer in the field of birth control [Wikipedia].. First Edition. Hardcover. VG+/VG+.

$12.00

Women Writers of the Seventeenth Century
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Women Writers of the Seventeenth Century

By Wilson, Katharina M., and Frank J. Warnke, eds.

Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1989. 1st pb edition [number line], 8vo, softbound, 545 pages, notes and bibliographies for each essay. Condition: VERY GOOD, with some light edgewear, slightly sunned spine, small stain to cover and fep, small tear to spine tail. Covers the creative outpouring of nineteen European women writers of the 17th century, starting with Aphra Behn, "the first woman to earn her living by her pen." . First paperback edition. Softcover. VG.

$10.00

Women and Politics in the Age of the Democratic Revolution

By Applewhite, Harriet B.; Darline G. Levy, eds.

Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1990. 1st edition, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR [Darline Levy], 8vo, gray cloth, 289 pp, b/w illustrations. Condition: NEAR FINE book / NEAR FINE jacket: jacket has light sunning to the spine and along top one inch of front and read panels. "The essays collected in this volume provide a comparative historical investigation of gender and political culture as they explore eighteenth-century revolutionary movements in America, Belgium, England, France, and the Netherlands." [from the jacket] . Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. NF/NF.

$25.00

Silent Sisterhood: Middle Class Women in the Victorian Home.

By Branca, Patricia.

Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie-Mellon University Press, 1975. 1st edition, 8vo, black boards, 170 pages, tables, bibliography, index. VERY GOOD+ book / VERY GOOD+ jacket: rubbed out name on front endpaper, small thinned area on rear endpaper (from a piece of tape?); jacket has slight edgewear to spine head and tail. . First Edition. Hardcover. VG+/VG+.

$15.00

Dames and Daughters of Colonial Days.

By Brooks, Geraldine

Williamstown, MA: Corner House Publishers, 1982. Rerpint of the original 1900 Thomas Y. Crowell edition, 8vo, blue cloth, b/w illustrations. NEAR FINE / no jacket: gentle bump to spine head, faint spotting to top page edge, owner embossed label on fronrt endpaper, otherwise like new. Includes "narrative sketches" of Anne Hutchinson; Frances Mary Jacqueline La Tour; Margaret Brent; Madam Sarah Knight; Eliza Lucas; Martha Washington; Abigail Adams; Elizabeth Schuyler; and Sarah Wister and Deborah Norris.. Reprint Edition. Hardcover. NF.

$15.00

Keyboard Music by Women Composers: A Catalog and Bibliography

By Meggett, Joan M.

Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1981. Foreword by Nancy Fierro. 1st edition [number line], 8vo, teal cloth, 210 pages. VERY GOOD+ condition / no jacket: faint spotting to edges, owner bookplate and note on fep. Includes women composers of harpsichord, piano, and organ music; a discography, listings of research libraries, and listings by country of origin and period.. First Edition. Hardcover. VG+.

$20.00

A Wollstonecraft Anthology
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A Wollstonecraft Anthology

By Wollstonecraft, Mary; Janet Todd [editor]

NY: Columbia University Press, 1990. 1st paperback edition [number line], 8vo, 269 pages, bw/ illustrations, bibliography. VERY GOOD- : slight edgewear, some scattered underlinings to the "Vindication ..Women" chapter, otherwise a great clean and tight working copy.. First paperback edition. Softcover. VG-.

$6.50

Writing a Woman's Life
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Writing a Woman's Life

By Heilbrun, Carolyn G.

NY: Ballantine Books, 1989. 8th paperback printing, 8vo, wraps, 144 pages. VERY GOOD+ : owenr name on title page, mark on bottom page edge, otherwise like new.. Softcover. VG+/VG+.

$6.50

A Bundle of letters to busy girls on practical matters.

By Dodge, Grace H.

NY: Funk & Wagnalls, 1888. "...written to those girls, who have not time or inclination to think and study about the many important things which make up life and living." Copyright date is 1887, this is the 1888 printing. 16mo, navy cloth with gilt titles on front cover, 139 pages. VERY GOOD+ with slight rubbing to the spine head and tail and corners, slightly "dusty" top page edge, internally clean and tight. The Tuesday evening gatherings spent together in "Practical Talk" - which later grew into the first Working Girls' Society. Dodge was a prolific writer; her papers are in the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College. A very nice copy of this rare book.. Hardcover. VG+.

$150.00

More Than Common Powers of Perception: The Diary of Elizabeth Rogers Mason Cabot

By Cabot, Elizabeth Rogers Mason; P.A.M. Taylor [editor]

Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1991. 1st edition [number line], small 8vo, tan boards backed in red cloth, diary facsimile on endpapers, 357 pages, notes, b/w illustrations. VERY GOOD+ book / VERY GOOD+ jacket: slight wear, clean and tight. "Cabot lived in Boston and its environs from 1834-1920; her diary reveals new facets of the lives of proper Bostonians and 19th-century women.". First Edition. Hardcover. VG+/VG+.

$15.00

Take back the night: women on pornography; afterword by Adrienne Rich.
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Take back the night: women on pornography; afterword by Adrienne Rich.

By Lederer, Laura, ed.

NY: William Morrow, 1980. 4th printing, 8vo, 359 pages, bibliography. Condition: VERY GOOD- : light edgewear, a small tear at spine tail, a sunned spine, internally clean and tight.. Soft Cover. VG-.

$7.50

What a mother should tell her little girl [ The Little Girl Book ]

By Smart, Isabelle Thompson.

NY: Funk & Wagnalls, 1911. No additional printings. Book One in a series which tells the story of The Mysteries of Life in simple, plain words. 24mo, tan cloth, decorated front cover, 105 pages. Condition is VERY GOOD / no jacket: light edgewear, a slight darkening to a portion of the front board, internally clean and tight.. Hardcover. VG.

$30.00

What a mother should tell her daughter [ The Young Woman Book ]

By Smart, Isabelle Thompson.

NY: Funk & Wagnalls, 1911. No additional printings. Book Two in a series which tells the story of The Mysteries of Life in simple, plain words. 24mo, tan cloth, decorated front cover, 113 pages. Condition is VERY GOOD / no jacket: light edgewear, tiny spot to fore edge, internally clean and tight.. Hardcover. VG.

$30.00

Letters of long ago. Revised edition.

By Reid, Agnes Just. Brigham D. Madsen [introduction]

Salt Lake City, UT: Tanner Trust Fund / University of Utah Library, 1973. Utah, the Mormons, and The West Series, Number 2. Revised edition [first published by the Caxton Printers in 1923]; stamp on copyright page: "Copyright Office, May 10 1974, Copy Library of Congress." 8vo, green cloth, 93 pages, b/w illustrations, map. Condition: VERY GOOD book / VERY GOOD jacket: ex-library (stamp on front endpaper states a "surplus duplicate at the Library of Congress"; there is also a library bookplate on the front paste-down from North Troy, NY, a pocket and date due slip on rear endpapers, a "discard" on front endpaper, some tape residue on covers, but no other library markings), a stamp on the series page reads "Compliments of Richard W. Mallary, Member of Congress", some light sunning to the board edges, a small brownish stain on fore edge that bleeds through about half the book leaving a tiny spot at this fore edge margin, another tiny stain to pgs 21-25 at the bottom edge; the jacket has light edgewear with faint creasing to the spine head and tail and along spine folds, price is intact. A nice copy despite the library stamps, interesting though they be.... (and proof of how books travel the country...) The author penned these "fictitious" letters as dictated to her by her mother Emma Just to her father in England, in order to tell the story of her pioneer life in the Idaho Territory on the Blackfoot River during the 1870s-80s. This edition has an introduction to explain the format and history of these letters.. Revised edition. Hard Cover. VG/VG.

$15.00

Women and Film: A Bibliography

By Kowalski, Rosemary Ribich.

Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1976. No edition statement, 8vo, blue cloth, 278 pages. Condition is NEAR FINE / no jacket: like new.. Hard Cover. NF.

$15.00

Women, a Bibliography of Bibliographies [ A Reference Publication in Women's Studies ]

By Ballou, Patricia K.

Boston, MA: G.K. Hall, 1980. No edition statement, 8vo, gray buckram, 155 pages, index. Condition is NEAR FINE / no jacket: like new. A bibliography of bibliographies covering the imprint years of 1970 through 1979.. Hard Cover. NF.

$12.50

The Women's Movement in the Seventies: An International English-Language Bibliography

By Krichmar, Albert

Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1977. The author was assisted by Virginia Carlson Smith and Ann E. Wiederrecht. No edition statement, 8vo, green cloth, 875 pages, subject and author index. Condition is VERY GOOD+ / no jacket: slight rubbing to spine head and tail, a few pencilled circles to the number to entries in the last section (reference works.) . Hard Cover. VG+.

$30.00

Seduction and Betrayal: Women and Literature

By Hardwick, Elizabeth.

NY: Vintage Books, 1990. 1st paperback edition, 12mo, 208 pages. Condition is VERY GOOD+ : slight edgewear, slight yellowing to pages, remainder mark on top page edge.. First paperback edition. Soft Cover. VG+.

$5.00

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