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Women in the City of Brotherly Love . . . And Beyond; Tour and Detours in Delaware Valley Women's History.

By Samuels, Gayle Brandow

New Jersey Gayle Brandow Samuels, 1994, paperback. Includes photos and maps. Softcover, ex-library copy with sticker, pocket, stamps and laminated cover. Condition: very good minus (as noted--cover and pages are clear and bright).

$11.52

The Amazons: Lives and Legends of Warrior Women Across the Ancient World.

By Mayor, Adrienne

Princeton Princeton University Press, 2014, paperback. Softcover. Condition: near fine. ISBN 9780691170275

$10.56

Career Girls: Postcards of Hollywood's Working Women.

By Barson, Michael

New York Pantheon, 1990, paperback. Softcover, bound card stock. Condition: near fine. ISBN 0679727930

$9.60

Let Her Strong and Ageless Be; Camp Onaway's First 100 Years 1911-2011.

By Greven, Helen Stokes

Hebron NH Camp Onaway, 2011, hardcover. History of this all-girl residential summer camp in Hebron, New Hampshire. Illustrated. -- Hardcover. Condition: fine, with fine dust jacket, in publisher's shrinkwap. ISBN 9780615427676

$72.00

The Book Collector; Volume 68 no 1, Spring 2019; Women's Issue.

By Fleming, James

Cirencester Glou England The Collector Limited, 2019, paperback. Periodical, v.68, no.1. -- Original articles include: collecting books about women by Lisa Baskin; the ballerina and the book; prostitutes in Paris after the Revolution; women as owners of fine bindings, etc. Color illustrations. -- Softcover. Condition: near fine.

$23.04

Misogyny; The World's Oldest Prejudice.
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Misogyny; The World's Oldest Prejudice.

By Holland, Jack

New York Carrioll & Graf, 2006, paperback. Softcover. Condition: near fine. ISBN 9780786718238

$14.40

Julia, A Portrait by Herself & Frances Partridge.

By Strachey, Julia; Frances Partridge

London Gollancz, 1983, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Condition: near fine, with near fine dust jacket. -- Julia Strachey's most noted novel was published by Virginia and Leonard Woolf's Hogarth Press, and she became associated with the Bloomsbury Group: her uncle was Lytton Strachey; Julia's portrait was painted by Dora Carrington. The family tree is on the endsheets. ISBN 057503288X

$14.40

New Life In New Lands: Notes of Travel.
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New Life In New Lands: Notes of Travel.

By Greenwood, Grace

New York J. B. Ford, 1872, hardcover. Second printing 1873. These letters were contributed to the New York Times, and include visits to Chicago, Colorado describing the Rockies and mines, Utah, California, mostly traveling by railroad. -- Hardcover, brown with bright gold and black decoration. Condition: good only (spine tips and corners little worn and bumped;binding bit weak). -- Grace Greenwood (pseudonym of Sara Jane Clarke Lippincott) was a feminist activist, poet, published anti-slavery and women's rights essays, wrote children's books, as well as travel letters [Feminist Companion to Literature].

$48.00

The Feminine Mystique.
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The Feminine Mystique.

By Friedan, Betty

New York Norton, 1963, hardcover. Early printing, full number line, flap 5.95. -- Hardcover, black cloth spine over salmon boards. Condition: fair (cover faintly mottled, top-edge soil, owner stamp, some pencil marks) with fair dust jacket (price intact, lower flap clipped; chips about .7 inch but no loss of text; spine faded).

$120.00

Cicero in Maine, and Other Essays.

By Dunn, Martha Baker

Boston Houghton Mifflin, 1905, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. -- Learning and books in the life of a young girl and woman in 19th century Maine. -- Hardcover. Condition: very good (faint cover stain and rub; property of a library but no markings).

$14.40

Imaging American Women: Idea and Ideals in Cultural History.

By Banta, Martha

New York Columbia University Press, 1987, hardcover. Scholarly examination of the way women were looked at, using 500+ illustrations. -- Hardcover, 844 pages. Condition: very good, with very good dust jacket (spine lightly sunned). ISBN 0231061269

$17.28

Women's Culture: American Philanthropy and Art, 1830-1930.
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Women's Culture: American Philanthropy and Art, 1830-1930.

By McCarthy, Kathleen D.

Chicago University of Chicago Press, 1991, paperback. Softcover. Condition: near fine. ISBN 0226555844

$9.60

Ardent Adrienne; The Life of Madame de La Fayette.

By McCabe, Lida Rose

New York Appleton, 1930, First Edition. hardcover. First Edition, First Printing: (1) appears on last page of the text. -- Biography of Adrienne de Noailles, wife of General Lafayette of the American Revolution, she was called a "champion of America's liberty." -- Hardcover, blue cloth with bright gilt lettering. Condition: very good (edges very light rub, corner bump; no jacket).

$19.20

A Mine of Her Own; Women Prospectors in the American West, 1850-1950.
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A Mine of Her Own; Women Prospectors in the American West, 1850-1950.

By Zanjani, Sally

Lincoln University of Nebraska Press, 1997, paperback. Softcover. Condition: near fine. ISBN 0803299168

$10.56

Masculinity Studies & Feminist Theory: New Directions.
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Masculinity Studies & Feminist Theory: New Directions.

By Gardiner, Judith Kegan

New York Columbia University Press, 2002, paperback. Chapters by various authors range "from Robert Bly's Iron John to Tom Hanks' niceness." -- Softcover. Condition: very good (used label on rear cover). ISBN 0231122799

$17.28

A Renaissance Woman: Helisenne's Personal and Invective Letters.

By Helisenne de Crenne; Marianna M. Mustacchi

Syracuse Syracuse University Press, 1986, paperback. 18 letters published in 1539, her response to antifeminism of the day, the book was popular then among French readers. Here translated by Marianna Mustacchi and Paul Archambault. -- Softcover. Condition: very good. ISBN 0815623488

$9.60

Queen Of the Wits; A Life of Laetitia Pilkington.
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Queen Of the Wits; A Life of Laetitia Pilkington.

By Clarke, Norma

London Faber and Faber, 2009, paperback. SIGNED, inscribed to [names] on title page. -- Described as a lively, scholarly, minutely researched biography of this 18th century Irish literary woman, early biographer of Swift. Illustrated. -- Softcover. Condition: near fine. ISBN 9780571224296

$19.20

Starting Points: Six Essays Based on the Experience of U.S. Women Religious.

By Quinonez, Lora Ann

Washington DC Leadership Conference of Women Religious, 1980, paperback. Various contributors. Softcover. Condition: very good.

$11.52

Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony. 3 volumes.
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Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony. 3 volumes.

By Harper, Ida Husted

North Stratford NH Ayer, 1998, hardcover. Reprint edition 1998. The first two volumes were published in 1898 during Anthony's lifetime, and the third volume completed in 1908 after her death. -- Hardcover, three-volume set, sturdy buckram binding. Condition: fine (no jackets issued).

$216.00

Carr, O'Keeffe, Kahlo: Places of Their Own.
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Carr, O'Keeffe, Kahlo: Places of Their Own.

By Udall, Sharyn Rohlfsen

New Haven Yale University Press, 2000, paperback. Comparison of similar gender issues among the three female artists from Canada, U.S. and Mexico. Includes a parallel chronology of the three artists, an index, plus color and black-and-white reproductions. -- Softcover, 366 pages, 7x11 inches. Good-only used condition (early pages are marked; spine crease; owner name). ISBN 0300091869

$23.04

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