Willard, Frances E.

Editorial: Woman's Temperance Publication Association, Chicago, 1889
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Editorial: Woman's Temperance Publication Association, Chicago

Año de publicación: 1889

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: GOOD PLUS


Moderately scuffed and worn boards. Spinecaps creased. Corners bumped. Cocked. Age-tanned and spotted text edges and text. Spine has green lettering debossed to gilt block, gilt debossed lettering and debossed illustration in black and white. Black wavy bands wrap from front to rear near upper and lower board edges. Silver metallic lettering and ribbon design debossed to front board along with black debossed illustration of author's home. Dark olive-green, cloth-covered boards. Steel engraving of Frances E. Willard to frontispiece with tissue overlay. Six photogravures with tissue overlay. Twenty-three reproductions from photographs and aquarelles. Two lithographs and twenty-seven pen and ink sketches. 698 pp followed by appendix of ancestry. Written by order of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Introduction by Hannah Whitall Smith. "Nothing makes life dreary but lack of motive," printed on title page. "The wise ones tell us that we change utterly once in every seven years, so that from the vantage-ground of life's serene meridian, I have looked back upon the seven persons whom I know most about : the welcome child, the romping girl, the happy student, the roving teacher, the tireless traveler, the temperance organizer, and lastly, the politician and advocate of woman's rights," (prefatory). N° de ref. de la librería 70694

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