Rutherford, Madison, Teaneck and London: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press and Associated University Press, (1978). Hardcover. 8vo. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Very good in very good off-white illustrated dust jacket with black and blue title to front panel and black title to spine. Minor edgewear and foxing to dust jacket. Small damp stain to foot of spine that also effects about an inch of the edges of the pages. Does not effect the interior of the book. Inscription to front free end page reads "Dear Sally, With best wishes. Affectionaly, Lynne." Else is clean and bright with illustrations throughout. Index, 190 pages. WOM/032317. Very Good / Very Good.
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Greenwich, Conn. Climax Molybdenum Company, No date. Hardcover. 8vo. Fine in light blue cloth covered boards with white title to spine and illustration to front board. Pristine interior with photographic illustrations throughout. Dr. Janet Zaph Briggs was an american metallurgist and the first woman to earn a mining engineering degree from Stanford University. 197 pages. WOM/032317. Fine.
New York: David McKay Company, 1968. Hardcover. Inscribed by the author "For Pauli Murray with many thanks, Caroline Bird, June 19, 1968." The recipient, Pauli Murray (1910 - 1985), was a civil rights activist, women's rights activist, lawyer, priest, and author. She was born in Baltimore and was the first African American to receive a Doctor of Juridical Science degree from Yale Law School. She was also the first African American to be ordained as an Episcopal priest. She was one of the first to publically criticize the sexism present in the civil rights movement and coined the term "Jane Crow." Red cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Bumping to corners and minor wear to edges of boards. Several passages underlined in pen, else clean interior. In white dust jacket with black title to spine and front panel. Wear to edges of jacket including several short closed tears. Minor rubbing and smudge marks to jacket, which is now in a protective plastic covering. 288 pages. WOM/051017. Very Good / Very Good.
Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Co, circa 1900. Hardcover. Scarce. Inscribed by the author "For the mother of Mary Matthews with best wishes of the Author - Alice Brooks / Written by the Great Great Aunt of Mary Matthews." on the front free endpaper. Alice Brooks was a Baltimore author who often wrote under the pseudonym "ALIX." A collection of advice for young mothers, most involving when and how to discipline kids - each with real life examples. The author notes that "most of the articles in this little volume have been published in Parish Visitor. The material, for many of them, has been gathered from the wise teachings of my mother, to whose memory I lovingly dedicate it." Bound with red cloth spine and corners over white cloth boards. Title in black to front cover with silver flower. Dampstaining and discoloration to covers and spine. Minor wear to corners and edges. Clean interior. 119 pages. LIT/041718. Very Good.
Atlanta: Scholars Press, (1988). Paperback. Number 60 from the American Academy of Religion Academy Series. Fine in black and white paper wrappers with green title to front wrapper and and white title to black spine. Pristine interior. "A pioneering and multi-dimensional work, Black Womanist Ethics is at once a study in ethics, gender, and race." 183 pages. WOM/032317. Fine.
Boston: Hill and Company, (1988). Hardcover. 4to. PRESENTATION COPY from authors. Near fine in black cloth backed lavender paper covered boards with blue title to spine. Minor fading to edges of boards. Interior is clean and bright with black and white photographic illustrations on every page. Blue illustrated dust jacket with yellow and purple title to front and spine panels. 134 pages. Women's Studies. WOM/702. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
Boston: An Atlantic Monthly Press Book, Little, Brown and Company, (1976). Hardcover. 8vo. Near fine in very good black and yellow dust jacket with brown title to front panel and white title to black spine. Minor rubbing to dust jacket. Pristine interior with many photographic illustrations by the author. 228 pages + photos. Women's Studies. WOM1/3252. Near Fine / Very Good.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, (1987). Hardcover. Very good in very good black illustrated dust jacket with white title to front and spine panels. Minor rubbing to rear panel of dust jacket. Minor toning to edges of pages. Else is clean and bright. Index, 273 pages. WOM/032217. Very Good / Very Good.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1986. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo. Near fine in very good grey illustrated dustjacket with white title to front and spine panels. Minor wear to dust jacket includes edgewear and one closed tear along the spine that has repaired with tape on the inside. Index, 333 pages Women's Studies. WOM2/2152. Near Fine / Very Good.
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, (1973). Hardcover. Scarce edition. Near fine in very good orange and white dust jacket with black title to front and spine panels. Fading to spine panel, minor chipping and creasing to edges and minor soiling to dust jacket. 379 pages. WOM/032817. Near Fine / Very Good.
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1(979). Hardcover. 8vo. Near fine in very good orange illustrated dust jacket with white title to front and spine panels. Minor wear to dust jacket includes edgewear and fading to the spine. Pristine interior with many photographic illustrations. 252 pages. Women's Studies. WOM1/2192. Near Fine / Very Good.
Oldham, England: Incline Press, . Hardcover. 1 of less than 240 copies printed of which only 50 (including this one) were bound for subscribers. This book was produced to commemorate Boccaccio's 700th anniversary in 2013 for the international conference and exhibition 'Locating Boccacio in 2013,' held at the John Rylands University Library and Town Hall in Manchester. This is an excerpt from De mulierbus, the first collection of biographies of women in Western literature. Fine in beige paper covered boards with red cloth spine. The text is printed on blue paper with Poliphilus type. Includes woodcut frontispiece illustration of Joanna, Queen of Jerusalem and Sicily (1541), initials, and head and tailpieces. In a fine tan dust jacket with red title to spine panel. 22 pages. PRI/092013. Fine / Fine.
Piscataway: New Century Publishers, 1981. Hardcover. Near fine in very good grey illustrated dust jacket with blue title to front and spine panels. Two small open tears and one small closed tear to edges of dust jacket. Light rubbing to dust jacket. Interior is clean and bright with photographic illustrations throughot. Includes short bios of Gwendolyn Brooks, Mary McCarthy and others. Women's Studies. WOM110291. Near Fine / Very Good.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, (1985). Hardcover. 8vo. Near fine in very good purple illustrated dust jacket with rend and white title to front panel and faded red title to spine. Minor wear to edges of dust jacket inludes one small open tear, one small closed tear, and creasing. Pristine interior with illustrations throughout. Index, 174 pages. WOM/032819. Near Fine / Very Good.