Very Good. Very good hardcover, no DJ. Covers show light edge wear. Previous owner's name on end paper, pages are otherwise clean and unmarked, though tanned.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
Good. Book Cloth no dj, internally clean. Ownership signature of Ruth Hale. Ruth Hale (1887-1934) was a freelance writer who worked for women's rights in New York City, during the era before and after World War I. She was married to journalist Heywood Broun and was an associate of the Algonquin Round Table. Hale was a founder of the Lucy Stone League, an organization whose motto was "My name is the symbol for my identity and must not be lost." Hale's cause led her to fight for women to be able to legally preserve their maiden name after marriage. She challenged in the courts any government edict that would not recognize a married woman by the name she chose to use.
Good. Cover shows minor wear. Former owner's bookplate on the front pastedown, signature on the front endpaper and title page, embossed stamp on the title page. Pages are lightly tanned but clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred. Very Clean Copy-Over 500, 000 Internet Orders Filled.
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