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  1. Le Deuxième Sexe.
    BEAUVOIR, Simone de. Le Deuxième Sexe.

    [Paris] : 1949

    First edition, limited issue, of one of the most influential texts of modern gender politics, the boards featuring the striking designs of Turkish-born French artist-illustrator Mario Prassinos, who frequently worked on these prestigious post-war editions for Gallimard. This edition was limited to 2,105 copies, including 2,000 numbered copies on Alfama... Learn More
    £1,500.00

    Stock Code: 143306

  2. The Pin-Up. A Modest History.
    GABOR, Mark. The Pin-Up. A Modest History.

    New York : 1972

    First edition, first printing. Review copy, with press releases laid-in, anticipating some backlash against the publication: "In an age when women's lib posters loudly proclaim "Women Are Not Chicks", how does a publisher get away with putting out a lavishly illustrated book called The Pin-Up: A Modest History. Answer: he doesn't. But he mollifies the... Learn More
    £500.00

    Stock Code: 141058

  3. Atalanta's Garland.
    WOOLF, Virginia (contrib.) Atalanta's Garland.

    Edinburgh : 1926

    First edition, first impression, and first appearance of Virginia Woolf's essay "A Woman's College from Outside". This literary and artistic "miscellany" produced to celebrate and fund the Edinburgh University Women's Union in its 21st year.

    It also features writing by, among others, Hilaire Belloc, W. H. Davies, Walter de la Mare, Fredegond... Learn More
    £375.00

    Stock Code: 142944

  4. Atalanta's Garland.
    WOOLF, Virginia (contrib.), and others. Atalanta's Garland.

    Edinburgh : 1926

    First edition, first impression, and first appearance of Virginia Woolf's essay "A Woman's College from Outside". This literary and artistic "miscellany" produced to celebrate and fund the Edinburgh University Women's Union in its 21st year. Scarce in the jacket and in such good condition.

    It also features writing by, among others, Hilaire Belloc,... Learn More
    £750.00

    Stock Code: 143133

  5. 142654
    BRACKETT, Anna C. (ed.) Woman and The Higher Education.

    New York : 1893

    First edition of this now uncommonly found collection of essays, written from 1819 to 1892, discussing the state of education for women in the US by key authors on the topic such as the editor Anna Callender Brackett, the Dean of Women at the newly founded University of Chicago Alice Freeman Palmer, and activist Emma Hart Willard.

    Willard was... Learn More
    £250.00

    Stock Code: 142654

  6. The Women's Land Army.
    SACKVILLE-WEST, Vita. The Women's Land Army.

    London : 1944

    First edition, first impression. Written by Vita Sackville-West to raise the profile of the contribution of the Women's Land Army to the war effort, and particularly to feeding the country, this comprehensive survey of the WLA and its members throughout the UK describes their history, duties and experiences such as farm work and tree felling. Learn More
    £95.00

    Stock Code: 125572

  7. Herland.
    GILMAN, Charlotte Perkins. Herland.

    New York : January - December 1915

    First edition, the first appearance of Gilman's feminist utopian novel Herland, complete in 12 issues of Gilman's magazine The Forerunner; this copy warmly inscribed by the author to the American suffragist Alice Locke Park, "Charlotte Perkins Gilman with love and honor for her friend Alice Park", on the front free endpaper.

    Park (1861-1961)... Learn More
    £15,000.00

    Stock Code: 130959

  8. Gloriana;
    DIXIE, Florence. Gloriana;

    London : 1890

    First edition of this quite remarkable feminist utopian novel from the twilight of Victoria's reign, the title recalling Edmund Spenser's soubriquet for Elizabeth I. "In Dixie's Gloriana (1890), the heroine's transformation from New Woman, to cross-dressing Prime Minister, and, finally, to rational-dresser and feminist icon of the future, functions... Learn More
    £3,000.00

    Stock Code: 123824

  9. The Left Hand of Darkness.
    LE GUIN, Ursula K. The Left Hand of Darkness.

    New York : 1969

    First edition, first printing, signed by Le Guin on the title page. This Ace paperback edition precedes Walker's hardback that came out later in the same year. This science fiction classic was Le Guin's first major success, and a pioneering text in the field of feminist science fiction.

    Part of the Hainish cycle, it follows the adventures of... Learn More
    £900.00

    Stock Code: 140212

  10. Man's World.
    HALDANE, Charlotte. Man's World.

    London : 1926

    First edition, sole impression, of this rare and significant dystopian novel by feminist author Charlotte Haldane (1894-1969), her first book. Charlotte was a journalist with the Daily Express from 1920, and was a vocal advocate for divorce reform, employment for married women, and access to contraception. In 1924 she interviewed the biologist J. B.... Learn More
    £6,000.00

    Stock Code: 136919

  11. De l'Allemagne.
    STAËL-HOLSTEIN, Anne Louise Germaine, Baronne de. De l'Allemagne.

    London : 1813

    First available edition, the first having been published in Paris in 1810 but suppressed by Napoleon as "un-French", with perhaps a handful of copies surviving. Exiled from France in 1803 for her Revolutionary opposition to Napoleon's elevation to First Consul, Madame de Staël travelled widely in Europe. De l'Allemagne, considered by many to be her... Learn More
    £1,250.00

    Stock Code: 140970

  12. The Annual Necrology for 1797-8.
    WOLLSTONECRAFT, Mary - HAYS, Mary, and others. The Annual Necrology for 1797-8.

    London : 1800

    First edition, and sole volume, of this ambitious project to record obituaries of notable persons on an annual basis. The most significant memoir recorded here is the 49 page obituary of Mary Wollstonecraft by the feminist biographer Mary Hays (1759-1843). Hays received a copy of Wollstonecraft's Vindication of the Rights of Woman upon its publication... Learn More
    £2,500.00

    Stock Code: 123651

  13. Women Servants of the State 1870-1938.
    MARTINDALE, Hilda. Women Servants of the State 1870-1938.

    London : 1938

    First edition, first impression of this overview of women in the British civil service, written by Hilda Martindale (1875-1952). In 1907, she joined the Home Office as a factory inspector and later moved to the Treasury, where she would remain until retirement. Martindale was a vocal advocate for improving working conditions, particularly for women,... Learn More
    £75.00

    Stock Code: 140135

  14. The Cause.
    STRACHEY, Ray. The Cause.

    London : 1928

    First edition, first impression, a scarce presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper "To Edith Badcock with love from Agnes & Ray Christmas 1928". "Agnes" is Strachey's close friend and fellow suffrage campaigner Agnes Garrett (1845-1935), older sister of Millicent Garrett Fawcett, to whom the book is dedicated.

    Agnes also had a... Learn More
    £1,000.00

    Stock Code: 139283

  15. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman:
    WOLLSTONECRAFT, Mary. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman:

    London : 1792

    First edition of the first great feminist treatise. Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797) argued in her groundbreaking manifesto that the rights of man and of woman were one and the same thing. Her demand for "justice for one-half of the human race" was too revolutionary for her time, but she found a following among radicals and educated women, and succeeded... Learn More
    £25,000.00

    Stock Code: 137762

  16. Original Stories, from Real Life;
    [WOLLSTONECRAFT, Mary.] Original Stories, from Real Life;

    Dublin : 1792

    First Dublin edition, the fourth overall, first published in London in 1788. With two female gift inscriptions, the first on the half-title dated 1792 from Elizabeth Pim to Anne Jackson, who in turn re-presented the book half a century later in 1842 to her niece Elizabeth Garrat.

    Original Stories was Mary Wollstonecraft's only work written directly... Learn More
    £2,750.00

    Stock Code: 125578

  17. Les Contes Bleus.
    SAVIGNAC, Alida de. Les Contes Bleus.

    Paris : [c.1830]

    First edition, uncommon complete as here, of this charming set of instructive tales for children by the French bluestocking Alida de Savignac (1790-1847). Volume I comprises three stories, each bound separately: La Petite Malade imaginaire; Juliette à Rome, ou les histoires du temps passé; and Camille. Volume II is divided identically: La Veillée;... Learn More
    £1,250.00

    Stock Code: 125728

  18. A run of twenty-three issues of its Report.
    (WOMEN'S EDUCATION.) The Association for Promoting the Education of Women in Oxford. A run of twenty-three issues of its Report.

    Oxford : 1894-1919

    A set of important reports published by the pioneering Association for Promoting the Higher Education of Women (AEW), containing a mass of historical information relating to the state of women's education in Oxford at the height of the suffragette agitation. The earliest is dated 1894-95, the latest 1918-19; each spans from October of one year to the... Learn More
    £3,000.00

    Stock Code: 124133

  19. Woman in Industry from Seven Points of View.
    TUCKWELL, Gertrude M., & others. Woman in Industry from Seven Points of View.

    London : 1908

    First edition of this important resource on women's social history, a collection of expanded lectures "of special value to those who are engaged in the work of attempting to elevate the position of the working woman" (preface). The work comprises the following contributions: the British trade unionist and magistrate Gertrude Tuckwell on the regulation... Learn More
    £85.00

    Stock Code: 131231

  20. Memoirs of the Author of a Vindication of the Rights of Woman.
    WOLLSTONECRAFT, Mary - GODWIN, William. Memoirs of the Author of a Vindication of the Rights of Woman.

    London : 1798

    First edition. Godwin's touching and frank account of his wife Mary Wollstonecraft's life marks an important step in the development of the art of biography. The details of her sexual liaison with Imlay, the birth of her illegitimate daughter, and her suicide attempts, all scandalized contemporary readers for whom biographies were expected to be glowing... Learn More
    £3,500.00

    Stock Code: 125420

  21. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman:
    WOLLSTONECRAFT, Mary. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman:

    London : 1792

    First edition of the first great feminist treatise. Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797) argued in her groundbreaking manifesto that the rights of man and of woman were one and the same thing. Her demand for "justice for one-half of the human race" was too revolutionary for her time, but she found a following among radicals and educated women, and succeeded... Learn More
    £17,500.00

    Stock Code: 134373

  22. The Handmaid's Tale.
    ATWOOD, Margaret. The Handmaid's Tale.

    Boston : 1986

    First US edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed to her friend the American novelist E. L. Doctorow (19312015) on the half-title: "For Edgar Doctorow, with thanks! Margaret Atwood, 1986." The book was first published in Canada the preceding year. With the publisher's publicity postcard laid-in. Learn More
    £4,250.00

    Stock Code: 100266

  23. 'Where Are You Going To...?'
    ROBINS, Elizabeth. 'Where Are You Going To...?'

    London : 1913

    First UK edition, first impression, of Robins's popular anti-white-slavery novel, written in the wake of the controversial passage of the Criminal Law Amendment Act in 1912 and at a time when the women's suffrage movement was drawing attention to the topic of prostitution. On the first blank a facsimile reproduces the note, " - Every incident in this... Learn More
    £200.00

    Stock Code: 137503

  24. Appeal of One Half the Human Race, Women, Against the Pretensions of the Other Half, Men,
    [WHEELER, Anna, &] THOMPSON, William. Appeal of One Half the Human Race, Women, Against the Pretensions of the Other Half, Men,

    London : 1825

    First edition of one of the most important works in the history of feminism and "one of the classics of early nineteenth-century feminist literature" (ODNB). "No book published before his time on this subject, even the famous work of Mary Wollstonecraft, is at once so broad and comprehensive and so direct and practical as Thompson's Appeal" (Richard... Learn More
    £5,500.00

    Stock Code: 102519

  25. Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, etc.
    [JARDINE, Alexander.] Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, etc.

    London : 1788

    First edition. Jardine (d. 1799), a Royal Artillery officer, was for much of his career stationed in Gibraltar, from where he conducted a mission to the sultan of Morocco, Muhammad III, in 1771; after the end of his active military career in 1776 he became a British agent in Spain. His Letters are "notable for their defence of sexual equality" (ODNB),... Learn More
    £1,250.00

    Stock Code: 120937

  26. Anarchism and American Traditions.
    DE CLEYRE, Voltairine. Anarchism and American Traditions.

    Chicago : 1932

    First edition thus, a posthumous printing of Voltairine de Cleyre's most often cited essay, with an additional hagiographic introduction. De Cleyre's influential essay was first published in fellow activist Emma Goldman's anarchist journal Mother Earth in 1909; de Cleyre was a regular contributor to the journal from its foundation in 1905.... Learn More
    £175.00

    Stock Code: 135133

  27. The Pioneer Policewoman.
    ALLEN, Mary S. The Pioneer Policewoman.

    London : 1925

    First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "with every good wish, from Mary S. Allen", with an autograph note loosely inserted, "Hoping you will accept this - If in your part of the world I will certainly let you know. M. S. Allen". The Pioneer Policewoman was Mary Sophia Allen's... Learn More
    £1,750.00

    Stock Code: 131558

  28. Gender Studies.
    RHEIMS, Bettina. Gender Studies.

    Göttingen : 2014

    First edition, first printing, signed by the artist on the half-title, "Bettina Rheims, 2015, Paris". Gender Studies is a series of portraits first exhibited in 2012 in Düsseldorf featuring the "sound design" of Frederic Sanchez, included here on CD. In 2011 Rheims posted an advertisement on Facebook looking for models that felt "other" to... Learn More
    £300.00

    Stock Code: 130721

  29. This Slavery.
    HOLDSWORTH, Ethel Carnie. This Slavery.

    London : 1925

    First edition in book form, first impression, a rare survival of Holdsworth's best-known work, "a combination of Marxist-feminist rhetoric and adaptation of the popular rags-to-riches romance" (Goodridge & Keegan, p. 324). It first appeared in print as a serialisation in The Daily Herald (October 1923) and, like all of Holdsworth's fiction, was published... Learn More
    £650.00

    Stock Code: 130069

  30. A Girl Among the Anarchists.
    [ROSSETTI, Olivia & Helen.] MEREDITH, Isabel, pseud. A Girl Among the Anarchists.

    London : 1903

    First edition, first impression, of the Rossetti sisters' pseudonymously published semi-autobiographical memoir of their experiences as teenagers in the late 19th-century anarchist underground movement in London. The titular narrator Isabel Meredith shuns her comfortable Victorian home for the life of a revolutionary only to eventually reject anarchism... Learn More
    £675.00

    Stock Code: 130071

  31. Women's Fight for the Vote.
    PETHICK-LAWRENCE, Frederick William. Women's Fight for the Vote.

    London : 1910

    First edition, first impression, casebound issue. There is also a wrappered issue, with the same Press advertisements printed on the rear wrapper and the price of "sixpence net" being the only difference to the front illustration. No priority has been assigned. Though both are relatively scarce in commerce, this is the first casebound issue we have... Learn More
    £750.00

    Stock Code: 129435

  32. Women's Fight for the Vote.
    PETHICK-LAWRENCE, Frederick William. Women's Fight for the Vote.

    London : 1910

    First edition, first impression, wrappered issue. There is also a casebound issue, with the Press advertisements printed here on the wrappers bound at the rear, and the price of "sixpence net" not included in the front cover illustration. No priority has been assigned between the two. This work is based on a number of articles Pethick-Lawrence first... Learn More
    £325.00

    Stock Code: 128633

  33. Women's Suffrage and Women's Service.
    STRACHEY, Ray. Women's Suffrage and Women's Service.

    London : 1927

    First edition, first impression. Ray (Rachel) Strachey (1887-1940), was a feminist activist, politician and writer. During the First World War her activism shifted its focus from suffrage to the question of women's employment, leading her to organise the Women's Service, the history of which is detailed in this work. "She fought particularly for women's... Learn More
    £150.00

    Stock Code: 128641

  34. A Pageant of Great Women.
    HAMILTON, Cicely. A Pageant of Great Women.

    [London] : 1910

    First edition, first impression, of Hamilton's play celebrating powerful women throughout history, including Joan of Arc, Sappho, and Boudica. The pageant was first performed at the Scala Theatre in London on 10 November 1909 and was quickly staged all over Britain. It was first directed by the actress, producer, and daughter of Ellen Terry, Edith Craig... Learn More
    £375.00

    Stock Code: 128582

  35. Promenades dans Londres.
    TRISTAN, Flora. Promenades dans Londres.

    Paris : 1840

    First edition, notably rare, of the revolutionary French socialist and feminist's critique of London following her 1839 visit to England, emphasising the city's poverty crisis as a symptom of the English capitalist system, and written in the fluent reportorial style for which Tristan became best known. WorldCat locates just six copies in institutional... Learn More
    £6,500.00

    Stock Code: 127491

  36. Millicent Garrett Fawcett.
    STRACHEY, Ray. Millicent Garrett Fawcett.

    London : 1931

    First edition, first impression. Ray Strachey (18871940) worked closely with Millicent Fawcett and the suffragist movement throughout her life and was secretary of the NUWWS from 1915 to 1920. Learn More
    £125.00

    Stock Code: 125519

  37. The Life of John Buncle, Esq;
    AMORY, Thomas. The Life of John Buncle, Esq;

    London : 1756

    First edition of one of the more extraordinary novels of the 18th century, much admired by Lamb, Leigh Hunt and Hazlitt, who described John Buncle as "the English Rabelais", saying of the author, "the soul of Francis Rabelais passed into... Amory" (The Round Table, XVIII, 1817); a new edition was published in 1825 "very likely on Hazlitt's recommendation"... Learn More
    £950.00

    Stock Code: 124891

  38. The White Peacock:
    PETROVA, Olga. The White Peacock:

    Boston : 1922

    First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper "for Blady. From Olga Petrova". Olga Petrova (1884-1977) was a British-American playwright, screenwriter, and actress. The White Peacock premiered on Christmas 1921 and ran for three months, with Petrova playing the leading role. The plot involves a married woman leaving... Learn More
    £275.00

    Stock Code: 123663

  39. Testament of Youth.
    BRITTAIN, Vera. Testament of Youth.

    London : 1933

    First edition, first impression, of the powerful feminist classic; notably rare in the dust jacket, especially so in such nice unrestored condition this is the first we have handled. Brittain's memoir was an instant best-seller. Published on 28 August 1933, the first impression of 5,000 copies was exhausted within a week. It went through six impressions... Learn More
    £5,000.00

    Stock Code: 121385

  40. The Morality of Marriage.
    CAIRD, Mona. The Morality of Marriage.

    London : 1897

    First edition of the New Woman novelist's collection of essays on equality for women in marriage and for equal partnerships in the home, which were previously variously published in the Fortnightly Review, the Nineteenth Century, the North American Review, and the Westminster Review. "Her essays are frequently derisive and she employs irony to make... Learn More
    £225.00

    Stock Code: 118231

  41. Woman in her Social and Domestic Character.
    [SANDFORD, Elizabeth.] SANDFORD, Mrs John. Woman in her Social and Domestic Character.

    Boston : 1833

    First US edition, first printing, of the English domestic moralist's advice book "written exclusively for her own sex". First published in London in 1931, this edition includes the "Advertisement to the American edition" which assures readers that "the English copy has been followed without the slightest alteration". "Believing that 'domestic comfort'... Learn More
    £250.00

    Stock Code: 117229

  42. Meiji Japan as Western Women Saw it: A Bibliographical Companion.
    KLEIN, Ronald D. Meiji Japan as Western Women Saw it: A Bibliographical Companion.

    Tokyo : 2016

    First edition, a new publication, "the result of a long-term project to identify, collect and annotate the more than 250 works published by western women during the Meiji era (1868-1912)" (General Introduction), with an index of authors. The work is divided into four chapters, covering Tourists and Travelers, Missionaries, Sojourners, and Writers.

    Published... Learn More
    £275.00

    Stock Code: 114202

  43. The Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) Act, 1895.
    LUSHINGTON, S. G. & Guy. The Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) Act, 1895.

    London : 1896

    First edition of this landmark in British legislation for the rights of women, protecting married women against physical abuse and neglect, and allowing custody of children to deserted wives. Consolidating the 1878 Matrimonial Causes Act and the 1886 Married Women (Maintenance in the Case of Desertion) Act, it extended the power of magistrates in cases... Learn More
    £600.00

    Stock Code: 114011

  44. A Vindication of the Rights of Men, in a Letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke; occasioned by his Reflections on the Revolution in France.
    [WOLLSTONECRAFT, Mary.] A Vindication of the Rights of Men, in a Letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke; occasioned by his Reflections on the Revolution in France.

    London : 1790

    First edition of each work, a highly interesting assemblage of three works relating to Burke's controversial Reflections on the Revolution in France, also published in 1790. "Mary's fervour for the principles of the Revolution developed rapidly and was unmixed with any doubts; having learnt her politics from the Dissenters, she continued to adopt their... Learn More
    £12,500.00

    Stock Code: 110724

  45. A Jury of Her Peers.
    GLASPELL, Susan. A Jury of Her Peers.

    London : 1927

    First separate edition, one of 250 copies signed by the author. Provenance: from the library of "Ellery Queen", with, loosely inserted, a statement of provenance from the bookseller Douglas Dannay (dated 1991), son of Frederic Dannay, co-creator of the pseudonymous "Ellery Queen". Queen's Quorum notes that "Susan Glaspell had written a one-act play... Learn More
    £750.00

    Stock Code: 106151

  46. Emma McChesney & Co.
    FERBER, Edna. Emma McChesney & Co.

    New York : 1915

    First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Louis, with more real love than would be fitting, perhaps, to confess on a flyleaf. Edna Ferber. New York, December 12, 1915." This is the final volume in the Emma McChesney trilogy by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Show Boat and Giant. Ferber... Learn More
    £275.00

    Stock Code: 103604

  47. Gösta Berlings saga.
    LAGERLÖF, Selma. Gösta Berlings saga.

    Stockholm : 1891

    First edition, first impression, of Lagerlöf's debut novel, presentation copy, inscribed by the author to her Danish translators Ida Falbe-Hansen and her partner Elisabeth Grundtvig on the front flyleaf of Volume I: "Frkr Falbe Hansen och Grundtvig med tacksamhet och tillgifvenhet, från förf", with their pencil marginalia throughout. Lagerlöf (18581940)... Learn More
    £4,500.00

    Stock Code: 103054

  48. Remember Me.
    WELDON, Fay. Remember Me.

    London : 1976

    First edition, first impression. Learn More
    £50.00

    Stock Code: 100372

  49. Cold Comfort Farm.
    GIBBONS, Stella. Cold Comfort Farm.

    London : 1932

    Rare proof copy of the first edition of Gibbons's classic parodic novel. Learn More
    £2,250.00

    Stock Code: 98079

  50. Come to the Cook-house Door!
    WHITSED, Juliet de Key. Come to the Cook-house Door!

    London : 1932

    First edition. Uncommon, particularly so in the jacket. Just four copies on Library Hub, WorldCat adds five. This copy inscribed on the second blank; "Good wishes from Juliet de Key Whitsed, May 1935". Illuminating and entertaining diaries of "adventure and work" of a VAD in Salonika from June 1917 to June 1919, "lively" (Matthews). Whitsed later published... Learn More
    £450.00

    Stock Code: 93961

  51. Memoirs of the Life of Agrippina, the Wife of Germanicus.
    HAMILTON, Elizabeth. Memoirs of the Life of Agrippina, the Wife of Germanicus.

    Bath : 1804

    First edition. Hamilton (1756?-1816) was a Belfast-born novelist and essayist. She is best-known for her writings on the philosophy of education. In her Memoirs of Modern Philosophers of 1800 a "popular satirical attack on what she perceived as the excesses of contemporary radical thought. She is sceptical about the claims of freethinkers such as William... Learn More
    £500.00

    Stock Code: 81656

  52. Le Prénom de Dieu.
    CIXOUS, Hélène. Le Prénom de Dieu.

    Paris : 1967

    First trade edition, service de presse copy. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the half-title "Pour Raymond Federman avec amitîé Hélène Cixous". The recipient was French-American novelist, essayist and Beckett critic Raymond Federman (1928-2009), who edited a number of Cixous's critical essays on Beckett. At the time of the inscription... Learn More
    £650.00

    Stock Code: 61763

  53. Worthy women of our first century.
    WISTER, Mrs O. J. [Sarah Butler], & Miss Agnes Irwin (eds.) Worthy women of our first century.

    Philadelphia : 1877

    First edition. This copy with the bookplate of Butler Place to the front pastedown, and the publishers' presentation inscription; "Mrs. Owen J. Wister with respects of the Publishers" to the first blank. As well as co-editing, Mrs Wister contributes a piece on Deborah Logan. Sarah Butler Wister was the eldest daughter of Fanny Kemble and Pierce Butler,... Learn More
    £650.00

    Stock Code: 52144

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