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To Christian Mothers. [Caption title.]
1840
 

A Series of Letters on Courtship and Marriage. To which are added, Witherspoon's Letters on Marriage.--Swift's Letter to a Newly Married Lady, Mrs. Piozzi's Letter to a Gentleman Newly Married, &c. &c
1804
 

Second Annual Report of the Managers of the Society for the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents, in the City of New York.
1827
 

Ninth Annual Report...Presented October 12, 1842.
1842
 

Constitution of the Female Auxiliary Education Society of Salem and Vicinity. Instituted Oct. 1, 1815.
1818
 

1869
 

The Fashions. Expressly designed and prepared for the Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine. January 1864. [Caption title]. Oval gilt frame, 11.5" x 9.5." Gilt ringed oval mat over French fashion engraving (7.5" x 5") with two foreground figures of young women. One is dressed from the neck down in a heavy pink brocaded full gray one piece floor length dress; the other is similarly attired in a full skirted purple velvet dress with gilt rope decorative motif. The dresses are each 3.5" in length and 5" in width overall (with the purple velvet partially covering the gray dress). Highly appealing and very unusual.
1864
 

Reject the Susan B. Anthony Amendment. Woman Suffrage in Action! Would Southern Men Approve of This? Votes for Women Means Jury Duty for Women. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12" x 8."
1918
 

The "Three Immediate Women Friends" of the Anthony Family. See Biography of Susan B. Anthony, Page 1435, by Mrs. Ida Husted Harper. [Caption title]. 3 pp. large 4to leaflet.
1918
 

Planks from the Suffrage Platform--as Stated by Mrs. C.C. Catt. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12" x 8.5."
1920
 

The Sorrows of Yamba; or the Negro Woman's Lamentation. [Taken from the Cheap Repository].
1819
 

The Lady's Book, a Monthly Journal of Literature, Fashions and Arts...At $3 per annum, Payable in Advance. [Caption title] [And] The Lady's Book. A Card. [Caption title. Each printed on p. 1 of a 4-page leaflet. The first with an 1832 holograph letter from the publisher to a prospective agent in Vermont.
1832
 

The Lady's Almanac, for the Year 1854 [and] 1856 [and] 1866. [Three Almanacs.]
1854
 

Minutes of the Secretary of the Female Missionary Association of the Congregational Church, Brighton, Massachusetts, 1829-1843. Sq. 4to. 17 pp. Paper unlined notebook, hand sewn, loose binding, marbled covers. Ink. [and] Address on the 50th Anniversary of the Ladies Missionary Society, 1876, 3 folded leaves plain paper. Scrap included dated August 5, 1830: “Brighton Female Auxiliary Bible Society.”
1829
 

The Forrest Divorce Case. Catharine N. Forrest against Edwin Forrest. Fully and Correctly Reported by the Reporter of the National Police Gazette...together with the Consuelo Letter...
1852
 

Petition of Morris Fosdick and 12 Others to the State of New York for the Commutation of the Sentence of Death Against Mary Hartung to Imprisonment in the Sing Sing State Prison. April 11, 1859. Thirteen petitioners‚ signatures. Docketed on verso. Sheet, lined, 7.5 x 9 in. Ink & some pencil. Previous folds, very slight edge wear.
1859
 

Large 4to Holograph Letter Extensively Illustrated, Signed by "Vivien" to “Dear Sir James”. Ca. 1920s-1930s). Illustrated holograph “thank you” letter with 2 additional hand colored illustrations. Letter 8.5 x 10.5". On blue paper with inked illustration of woman in rags and then in fur coat, 2 pp. Illus. 4 x6". Ink and wash. “At Chapmans Point 1934. W.G. Haselden”. Plus, ink and wash, 2.75 x 10," three glamorously dressed women, mostly reds & blacks, with scribblings of words on verso. Letter has a few water spots at bottom.
1930
 

Outdoor Baseball for Girls and Women. Official Baseball Guide. Rules and Editorial Committee...
1933
 

Collection of Twenty-Seven Lesbian Pulp Fiction Titles,l 1949-63. Paperbacks in Very Good to Fine Condition with Printed Illustrated Wrappers.
1949
 

Photographic Album of 104 C-D-Vs. A Remarkable Album, Chiefly American, Consisting of Politicians, Military Commanders, Scientists, Literary Figures, Performers and Clergymen, Mostly from the 1860s and early 1870s, in fine condition; doubtless some very rare, with a substatial number of women, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Tennessee Claflin, and the young Victoria Woodhull. Most are identified in pencil, but we are unable to identify three.
1870
 

Manuscript Memorandum of the State of Mind & Sum of Circumstances of [the Death of] Joanna Brown. Author or Scribe Unknown. 1785. 13 x 16 inches, folded in half. Ink. 3 pp. Browned, water stains, slight tears at folds.
1785
 

Memento Mori. On the 24th day of September, 1855, Mrs. Juliett Webster, Consort of Chester Harris, of Hartford, Washington County, New York, after a brief illness of five hours. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 7," caption and text within an ornamental border. Fine.
1855
 

Report of the Ladies’ Relief Society, of Bridgeport, Conn. Commenced August, 1861, For the Aid of Sick and Wounded Soldiers Belonging to the Army of the United States. Completed Its Work July, 1865.
1861
 

The Eleventh Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9-7/8” x 8," with integral blank leaf. Printed in two columns, signed in type at conclusion of text by 30 women, dated Boston, Feb. 8, 1844.
1844
 

Power of Attorney Granted by Elizabeth Stephens of Stonington to Benadam Gallup. February 18, 1730/31. Stonington, Connecticut. Signed by Elizabeth Stephens, Her Mark. Witnesses Henry Stevens and Ghin...us (?) Stevens. Sheet 7.5 x 10 inches. 1 p. Ink. Wax seal at signature.
1730
 

Masonic Orations (Two Unpublished Speeches). Woodstock, [Vt.?] 1820 (57 pp.) and 1823 (45 pp.). 6.5 x 7.5 inches. Hand tied, no cover. Previous fold, pages browned. Legible ink.
1820
 

Woman Servant’s Diary from New York. January 1 to August 25, 1868. Small contemp. cloth pocketbook with flap, 3 x 4.5 inches. 80 pp. Cover worn, pages intact. Light pencil.
1868
 

General Store and Shoe Ledger. 1829-1831. 8 x 12.5 inches. 348 pp. Alpha index. Full suede calf. Some cover wear, some signatures loose.
1829
 

J.G. Tarbox & Co., Coat Making Ledgers. York County, Maine. 450 pp. to. (1) Folio Ledger No.1, 1853-1854, 8.5 x 13.5 inches, 284 pp. Contemp. suede calf, intact lined pages. Legible ink. Slight cover wear. (2) Merchandise Ledger 1850-1854. Folio 9 x 14 in. Contemp. suede calf, intact lined pages. 166 pp. Cover wear, legible ink.
1853
 

QUINCY COLLEGE. For Ladies and Gentlemen. [Caption title]. 4to. broadsheet, (11" x 8-5/8"), with a cut (3" x 4-7/8") of the college building on recto.
1866
 

Real Opponents to the Suffrage Movement Says Mr. Bok are the Women Themselves Whose Peculiar Field of Work Lies Outside of Politics. (From The New York Times, Sunday, April 18, 1909.)
1909
 

AGUILAR, GRACE. Home Influence: a Tale for Mothers and Daughters. New Edition.
1854
 

ALCOTT, LOUISA M. Spinning-Wheel Stories.
1884
 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIE Petition to Install Rev. Chester Colton as a Member. Brentwood, New Hampshire, February 16, 1819. Signed by 33 Female Congregants. Sheet 11.75 x 15 in. Folded in half, 3 pp. Previous folds, browning, small holes at folds, no loss.
1819
 

ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEA Love, Marriage & Divorce. Introductions by Charles Shively. With an unpublished manuscript by Andrews. ISBN 087730-010-0.
1975
 

ANLEY, CHARLOTTE. Miriam; or, the Power of Truth. A Jewish Tale....Third Edition.
1836
 

ANON. Six Hundred Dollars a Year. A Wife's Effort at Low Living, Under High Prices.
1867
 

ANON. The Life of Miss Fanny Bell, and the Female Hermit. Part II. The Indian Girl, or the Father's Revenge. Complete in One Number. [Wrapper title].
1849
 

ANON. The American Book of Beauty. With Illustrations on Steel, by Eminent Artists. Edited by a Lady.
1845
 

ANON. The Woman's Bible. Editor Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Carrie Chapman Catt, President of the National Suffrage Association, one of the Revising Committee. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16" x 9.5." Fine.
1920
 

ANON. Sketches of the History, Genius, Disposition, Accomplishments, Employments, Customs, Virtues, and Vices, of the Fair Sex, in all Parts of the World. Interspersed with Many Singular and Entertaining Anecdotes. By a Friend to the Sex.
1812
 

ANON. The Polite Lady; or, a Course of Female Education: in a Series of Letters, from a Mother to Her Daughter. First American Education.
1798
 

ANON. The American Lady's Medical Pocket-Book, and Nursery-Adviser: Containing Rules for preserving the Health of Unmarried Females; Directions to Pregnant and Lying-in Women; and an Account of their Diseases; Together with Instructions for the Rearing of Children from the hour of their Birth; and an Account of the Diseases of Infancy. By the Author of The Gentleman's Medical Pocket-Book.
1833
 

ANON. A Letter from a Young Woman to a Member of the Religious Society of Friends, with His Reply.
1830
 

ANON. The Young Lady's Oracle: a Fireside Amusement.
1864
 

ANON. Memoir of Purchase Monthly Meeting, Concerning Abigail Mott.
1852
 

ANON. Teddy Regan. By White Ghost. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside, verse in two columns, with elaborate typographical border.
1865
 

ANON. Plates Illustrating the Female Reproductive Organs.
1880
 

ANON. St. Valentine’s Address. To the Fair of the Ladies’ Sewing Circle, Canton [Mass.], Feb. 14, 1848. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 8." 102 lines of verse in two columns. Folded in quarters at some point, now mounted to a piece of old white cloth. A little foxed and browned otherwise very good.
1848
 

ANON. Signed "B". Lines Written for the United States Telegraph, on the Death of Mrs. Jackson. [Caption title]. Verse broadside on silk, with typographical border, 27 x 15 cm.
1829
 

ANONYMOUS. Boundless Love for Margie (supplied title). May 28- July 22, ca. 1917. 8 x 10 inches. Bound notebook, marbled board cover. Unpaged. 210 pp. Label “S.W. Co., Boston, Mass.” Closely written ink.
1917
 

ASHBRIDGE, ELIZABETH Some Account of the Early Part of the Life of Elizabeth Ashbridge, Who Died, in the Truth's Service...Written by Herself.
1807
 

AUSTEN, JANE. Elizabeth Bennet; or, Pride and Prejudice: A Novel. In Two Volumes...First American...
1832
 

BALDRIDGE, JAMES L. “Inquisition of Sally Wilson”. November 16, 1823. 1 p. 4to. Ink. Browned, brittle, folds starting.
1823
 

BALDWIN, GEO. C. Representative Women: from Eve, the Wife of the First, to Mary, the Mother of the Second Adam.
1855
 

BALDWIN, GEO. C. Representative Women: from Eve, the Wife of the First, to Mary, the Mother of the Second Adam.
1856
 

BARD, SAMUEL. A Compendium of the Theory and Practice of Midwifery, Containing Practical Instructions for the Management of Women, During Pregnancy, in Labour, and in Child-Bed....Third Edition--Enlarged.
1815
 

BASHFORD, REV. J.W. The Bible for Woman Suffrage. [Caption title]. Broadsheet, 9” x 6-5/8." [2] pp. Right side dust-soiled.
1890
 

BEECHER, CATHARINE E Physiology and Calisthenics. For Schools and Families. [And] Calisthenic Exercises, for Schools, Families, and Health Establishments....
1856
 

BEECHER, CATHARINE E An Essay on Slavery and Abolitionism, with Reference to the Duty of American Females.
1837
 

BEECHER, CATHARINE. An Essay on the Education of Female Teachers. Written at the Request of the American Lyceum and Communicated at Their Annual Meeting,--New York, May 8th, 1835.
1835
 

BOADEN, JAMES. Memoirs of Mrs. Siddons. Interspersed with Anecdotes of Authors and Actors.
1827
 

BRANAGAN, THOMAS. The Excellency of the Female Character Vindicated; Being an Investigation Relative to the Cause and Effects of the Encroachments of Men Upon the Rights of Women, and the Too Frequent Degradation and Consequent Misfortunes of the Fair Sex. Second Edition.
1808
 

BUCHAN, WILLIAM. Advice to Mothers, on the Subject of Their Own Health; and of the Means of Promoting the Health, Strength, and Beauty of Their Offspring.
1809
 

BURCH. The Only Complete Report of the Burch Divorce Case: Containing a Comprehensive History of the Case--the Preliminary Movements, the "Confession" of Mrs. Burch, Opening Speeches of Counsel, the Deposition of Parties Implicated, and All the Testimony...Specially Reported by the Law Reporter of the "New York Daily Times."
1860
 

CASSIL, ANDREW. Wet Nursing receipt, May 1, 1772. Receipt, 1pp. signed by Andrew Cassil. Ink.
1772
 

CHANNING, WALTER. A Treatise on Etherization in Childbirth. Illustrated by Five Hundred and Eighty-One Cases.
1848
 

CHANNING, WALTER. Six Cases of Inhalation of Ether in Labor.
1847
 

CHARLESTOWN MASS. FE The First Annual Report of the Charlestown Female Tract Society for Evangelizing the West, Presented at a meeting of the Society June 9, 1846. Colportage at the West, and Among Germans and Roman Catholics.
1846
 

CHILD, L.M. Letters from New York. Second Edition.
1844
 

COX, SUSANNA. Ein Neues Trauer-Lied, Enhaltend die Geschichte der Susanna Cox, die in Reading wegen dem Mord ihres kindes hingerichtet murde. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16.5" x 7.5." Printed in two columns, with nice typographical border. In German.
1809
 

COXE, MISS MARGARET. Claims of the Country on American Females. {In Two Volumes].
1842
 

CRANDALL, ABIGAIL M. Divorce Petition of Abigail M. Crandall of Hopkinton, [R.I.]. Supreme Judicial Court, April Term, 1836. Signed Abby M. Crandall. Sheet 13 x 16 inches, folded in half, 2 pp. Ink. Docketed. Folds, near fine.
1836
 

CROSS, ANDREW B. Priests' Prisons for Women, or a Consideration of the Question, Whether Unmarried Foreign Priests Ought To Be Permitted to Erect Prisons, Into Which, Under Pretence of Religion, To Seduce or Entrap, or by Force Compel Young Women to Enter, and After They Have Secured Their Property, Keep Them in Confinement, and Compel Them, As Their Slaves, To Submit Themselves to Their Will, Under the Penalty of Flogging or the Dungeon? In Twelve Letters to T. Parkin Scott, Esq., Member of the Baltimore Bar, and Vice Counsel of the Pope. Originally Published in the Baltimore Clipper.
1854
 

CURTIS, GEORGE WILLI Woman's Suffrage Tracts. No. 2. Equal Rights for Women. A Speech...in the Constitutional Convention of New York, at Albany, July 10, 1867.
1871
 

CUTLER, HANNAH. The Ohio Convention Reporter. Published by J.G. Adel & Co., Phonographic Reporters. [Wrapper title]. Volume I, No. 2 [changed to 3 in pencil]. February [changed to March in pencil] 1870.
1870
 

DEWEES, WILLIAM. Treatise on the Diseases of Females.
1826
 

DIX, DOROTHEA. Two (2) pp. ALS to C.S. Francis & Co., Concerning Her Book. N.d. ca. 1835. Sheet 7.25 x 9.5 inches, folded in half. Previously attached on verso to album. No cover. Slight chip at top right of inside page, no loss.
1835
 

DIXON, WILLIAM HEPWO Spiritual Wives. In Two Volumes.
1868
 

DOMESTIC SEWING MACH Catalogue of the Domestic Paper Fashions. Fall and Winter Styles....
1874
 

DYE, JOHN H. Painless Childbirth; or Healthy Mothers and Healthy Children. A Book for Women...Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
1882
 

EMLEN, JAMES. An Account of the Last Illness and Death of Mary Newbold Written by Her Brother James, in a Letter to his Sister Ann. Front page, “Jane Peirce”, Philadelphia, 1823. Also “Phebe Haines”. 8 pp.  8 x 13 inches, folded in half, hand sewn. No cover.  Bound with “Copy of a Testimony of William Williams who Departed this Life about the first of 9th mo. 1824, delivered about a week before his death." 3 pp. Browned, waterstaining, tear, some edges frayed, ink slightly faded. Fine hand.
1820
 

EVANS, ELIZABETH EDS The Abuse of Maternity.
1875
 

EVANS, J.B. Some Facts About Suffrage Leaders. A Cause is No Stronger Than Its Leaders. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14" x 8.5." Text in two columns.
1918
 

FAULKNER, T.A. From the Ball-Room to Hell.
1894
 

FINLEY, JAMES B., et Sermons on Miscellaneous Subjects, by the Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and the Senior Preachers of the Ohio and North Ohio Conferences.
1847
 

FRASER, DONALD. The Mental Flower Garden: or, an Instructive and Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex. In Two Parts. 1. A variety of entertaining and moral Dialogues, partly original, calculated for Misses from Eight to Twelve Years....Ornamented with appropriate Copper-plates.
1807
 

GALE, ETHEL C. Hints on Dress; or, What to Wear, When to Wear It,, and How to Buy It.
1872
 

GARRISON, WM. LLOYD, A Plea for Universal Suffrage. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadsheet. Printed in two columns.
1881
 

GARRISON; HIGGINSON; Consistent Democracy. The Elective Franchise for Women. Twenty-Five Testimonies of Prominent Men, viz:....
1858
 

GRAVES, MRS. A.J. Girlhood and Womanhood: or, Sketches of My Schoolmates.
1844
 

HALE, SARAH J.B.. Bunker Hill Monument Association; To the Women of New England. Boston, April 3, 1830. Signatures of Eleven Prominent Women. 8 x 10 inches. 2 pp. Browned, folds, tiny hole, slight tears at folds, legible hand. Ink.
1830
 

HANKINS, MARY LOUISE Women of New York. Written and Illustrated by...
1861
 

HARRIS & MORROW. The Bon Ton Directory Giving the Names in Alphabetical Order, Addresses and Hours of Reception of the Most Prominent and Fashionable Ladies Residing in Chicago and Its Suburbs.
1879
 

HARTLEY, MISS FLOREN The Ladies' Hand Book of Fancy and Ornamental Work, Comprising Directions and Patterns for Working in Applique, Bead Work, Braiding, Canvas Work, Knitting, Netting, Tatting, Worsted Work, Quilting, Patchwork...Illustrated with 262 Engravings.
1861
 

HAWES, LOUISA. Memoir of Mrs. Mary E. Van Lennep, Only Daughter of the Rev. Joel Hawes, D.D., and Wife of the Rev. Henry J. Van Lennep, Missionary in Turkey. By Her Mother.
1847
 

HAZEN Jr., HARRY. Courtship Made Easy: or the Mysteries of Making Love Fully Explained. With Specimen Love-Letters. Containing also a Treatise on the General Qualifications Necessary for Marriage, and the Proper Age and Condition for Wedlock, &c. &c.
1858
 

HERBERT, HENRY WILLI The Spider and the Fly; or, Tricks, Traps, and Pitfalls of City Life. By One Who Knows.
1873
 

HIGGINSON, T.W. Out-Door Papers.
1863
 

HIGGINSON, THOMAS WE The Nonsense of It. Short Answers to Common Objections Against Woman Suffrage. [Caption title]. 8vo. Broadsheet. Printed in two columns.
1867
 

HOAR, GEORGE F. Woman's Suffrage Tracts. No. 6. Woman's Right and the Public Welfare.
1870
 

HOOKER, ISABELLA B. Tracts of Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association. No. 2. Annual Meeting...Held at Hartford, September 9, 1870. Report of the Executive Committee.
1871
 

HOOKER, JOHN & ISABE Resolved, That there is no consideration whatever that makes the right of suffrage valuable to men...that does not make it valuable to women, and the duty and interest of the nation to concede it to women. [First paragraph of text, followed by six more paragraphs of Resolveds]. Narrow 4to broadside. With ink spelling correction.
1875
 

HOWE, MRS. JULIA WAR Woman's Suffrage in the United States. An Answer to Mrs. Humphrey Ward....Reprinted from "THE TIMES" of October 1st, 1908, by kind permission of the Editor [fly title].
1908
 

HOWLAND, GEORGE & SU Three and-one-half Page ALS Concerning a Scandal Involving Frank Rotch. New Bedford, Massachusetts. November 14, 1830. Sheet 10 x 16 inches, folded in half with integral address and hand postmark, sent by steamboat. Small holes at fold, browned. Sepia ink.
1830
 

HUDSON, DAVID. Memoir of Jemima Wilkinson, a Preacheress of the Eighteenth Century: Containing an Authentic Narrative of Her Life and Character, and of the Rise Progress and Conclusion of Her Ministry.
1844
 

HUMPHREY, HEMAN. The Shining Path. A Sermon Preached in South-Hadley, at the Funeral of Miss Mary Lyon, March 8, 1849.
1849
 

HUNT, HARRIOT K. Glances and Glimpses; or Fifty Years Social, Including Twenty Years Professional Life.
1856
 

IRELAND, W.H. Scribbleomania; or, the Printer's Devil's Polichronicon. A Sublime Poem. Edited by Anser Pen-Drag-On, Esq.
1815
 

JACKSON, LOIS. Autograph Book. 1830-1848. Contemp. Red Morocco Leather, Gilt Decoration. Includes Scenic Etchings of American Sites. 7.75 x 6 inches. 32 autograph pages. Covers fine. Spine wear, pages browned and foxed. Intact.
1830
 

JOHNSON, MRS. S.O. Every Woman Her Own Flower Gardener. A Handy Manual of Flower Gardening For Ladies. Fourth Edition.
1873
 

JOHNSTON, D.C. Scraps No. 1. 1849. New Series.
1849
 

KANE, ANNIE. The Golden Sunset, or the Homeless Blind Girl. Songs in the Night, or the Triumphs of Genius Ove Blindness, by Rev. Wm. Henry Milburn.
1864
 

KIMBALL, JOHN C. Connecticut's Canterbury Tale. Its Heroine Prudence Crandall, and Its Moral for To-day. With Two Fine Portraits.
1886
 

KNAPP, SAMUEL L. Letters of Shahcoolen, a Hindu Philosopher, Residing in Philadelphia; to His Friend El Hassan, an Inhabitant of Delhi.
1802
 

KNAPP, SAMUEL L. Letters of Shahcoolen, a Hindu Philosopher, Residing in Philadelphia; to His Friend El Hassan, an Inhabitant of Delhi.
1802
 

KNAPP, SAMUEL L. Female Biography; Containing Notices of Distinguished Women, in Different Nations and Ages.
1834
 

LAMBERT, MISS. Miss Lambert's Complete Guide to Needle-Work and Embroidery...With One Hundred and Thirteen Illustrations and Diagrams...
1857
 

LARANDA, MISS VILETT Neapolitan Captive. Interesting Narrative of the Captivity and Suferings of...a Native of Naples....Communicated by a Officer of respectable rank in the Army, to his friend in Paris. Fourth Edition.
1831
 

LARANDA, MISS VILETT Neapolitan Captive. Interesting Narrative of the Captivity and Suferings of...a Native of Naples....Communicated by a Officer of respectable rank in the Army, to his friend in Paris. Fourth Edition.
1831
 

LEE, LUTHER. Universalism Examined and Refuted, and the Doctrine of the Endless Punishment...Established.
1836
 

LEONARD, WEALTHY. Warrant for the Arrest of Wealthy Leonard, for Fornication. October 16, 1781. One page, plus docketing on verso. 4to. Ink.Taunton, Bristol County, Mass. Previous folds, slight tearing and bleedthrough, archival taped repairs, official red wax seal. Very good.
1781
 

LEWIS, DENSLOW. Gynecologic Consideration of the Sexual Act. Introduction by Marc Hollender. ISBN 087730-002-X.
1970
 

LODGE, MARY ELIZABET Lodge Family of Boston. Vital Records. N.d., ca 1850s. Probably Mary Elizabeth Williams Lodge. Entries cover early 18th century to 1890s. Leather bound notebook 4.25 x 7 inches. 85 pp. Includes some pasted news clipping--mostly obituaries. Includes 14 loose scraps and notes, several addressed to "Aunt Mary". Some loose pages. Ink. Fine hand.
1850
 

LUNDY, BENJAMIN. The Poetical Works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler: with a Memoir of Her Life and Character.
1836
 

MAIS, CHARLES. The Surprising Case of Rachel Baker, Who Prays and Preaches in Her Sleep: With Specimens of Her Extraordinary Performances...
1814
 

MAIS, CHARLES. The Surprising Case of Rachel Baker, Who Prays and Preaches in Her Sleep: With Specimens of Her Extraordinary Performances...
1814
 

MANN, HERMAN. The Female Review: or, Memoirs of an American Young Lady...
1797
 

MARIE, JANE. The Case of Jane Marie, Exhibiting the Cruelty and Barbarous Conduct of James Ross, to a Defenceless Woman. Written and published by the object of his cruelty and vengenance, and Addressed to the Public of Philadelphia and the Whole of Pennsylvania.
1808
 

MARTINEAU, HARRIET. The Martyr Age of the United States.
1839
 

MARTINEAU, HARRIET. The Martyr Age of the United States of America, with an Appeal on Behalf of the Oberlin Institute in Aid of the Abolition of Slavery...
1840
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .
1855
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .
1851
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .
1848
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .Discovery to Prevent Pregnancy...
1847
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .
1852
 

MAY, ABBY W. NEW ENGLAND WOMEN’S AUXILIARY ASSOCIATION. Monthly Report. Broadside, 12” x 6," double column. Signed in type at conclusion by Abby W. May as Chairman of the Executive Committee, dated April 15, 1865. Old folds, else about fine.
1865
 

McDOWALL, JOHN ROBER
1832
 

McDOWALL, JOHN ROBER Magdalen Facts. No. 1 New York, January, 1832.
1832
 

MENDELL and HOSMER, Notes of Travel and Life. By Two Young Ladies.
1854
 

MENDELL and HOSMER, Notes of Travel and Life. By Two Young Ladies.
1854
 

MENDELL and HOSMER, Notes of Travel and Life. By Two Young Ladies.
1854
 

MERSEREAU, MRS. JAME Minutes of a Dispute with Ontario Female Seminary. March 10, 1855. 2 pp. Legal sized, folded. Ink. Outer leaf: “Mrs. James Mersereau, Minutes, B. Richards, 10th Mch [18]55."
1855
 

MONTEZ, Madame LOLA. The Arts of Beauty; or, Secrets of a Lady's Toilet. With Hints to Gentlemen on the Art of Fascinating.
1858
 

MORE, HANNAH. Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education. With a View of the Principles and Conduct Prevalent Among Women of Rank and Fortune. In Two Volumes.
1800
 

MORE, HANNAH. Essays on Various Subjects, Principally Designed for Young Ladies.
1796
 

MORE, HANNAH. Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education. With a View of the Principles and Conduct Prevalent Among Women of Rank and Fortune. Two Volumes in One--and Third American Edition, with Considerable Additions.
1802
 

MOTT, ABIGAIL. Observations on the Importance of Female Education, and Maternal Instruction, with Their Beneficial Influence on Society. By a Mother.
1825
 

MOTT, RICHARD. A Short Account of the Last Sickness and Death of Maria Mott, Daughter of Richard and Abigail Mott, of Mamaroneck, in the state of New-York.
1817
 

NEWCOMB, HARVEY. Newcomb's Manual for Maternal Associations.
1840
 

NICHOLS, MARY S. GOV Experience in Water-Cure: A Familiar Exposition of the Principles and Results of Water Treatment, in the Cure of Acute and Chronic Diseases, Illustrated by Numerous Cases in the Practice of the Author; with an Explanation of Water-Cure Processes, Advice on Diet and Regimen, and Particular Directions to Women in the Treatment of Female Diseases, Water Treatment in Childbirth, and the Diseases of Infancy. Stereotyped.
1850
 

OSBORN, MRS. SARAH Familiar Letters...
1807
 

PACKARD, MRS. E.P.W. Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity; Or Three Years Imprisonment for Religious Belief, by the Arbitrary Will of a Husband, with an Appeal to the Government to So Change the Laws as to Afford Legal Protection to Married Women.
1866
 

PALMER, BERTHA HONOR Addresses and Reports of Mrs. Potter Palmer, President of the Board of Lady Managers, World's Columbian Commission. Complete Edition.
1894
 

PARKER, THEODORE. A Sermon on the Public Function of Woman...
1853
 

PHILLIPS, CATHERINE Jessie Benton Fremont.
1935
 

PILKINGTON, MARY. A Mirror for the Female Sex. Historical Beauties for Young Ladies. Intended to Lead the Female Mind to the Love and Practice of Moral Goodness. Designed Principally for the Use of Ladies' Schools.
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PRATT, L.J. The Unfortunate Mountain Girl: a Collection of Miscellanies in Prose and Verse.
1855
 

RICHINGS, G.F. Evidences of Progress Among Colored People. Second Edition.
1896
 

ROOT, J.P. Faith As a Distinctive Element; or, the Philosophy of Prayer and Woman's Power.
1874
 

ROSENBERG, C.G. Jenny Lind in America.
1851
 

ROUNDOUT, PROFESSOR. The Bliss of Marriage, the Way to the Altar, Matrimony Made Easy, or How To Win a Lover.
1854
 

SAMPSON, EZRA. The Brief Remarker on the Ways of Man: or Compendious Dissertations, Respecting Social and Domestic Relations and Concerns, and the Various Economy of Life...
1818
 

SEDGWICK, CATHARINE Poetical Remains of the Late Lucretia Maria Davidson, Collected and Arranged by Her Mother: with a Biogtraphy, by Miss Sedgwick. A New Edition, Revised.
1843
 

SEELYE, Rev. L. CLAR The Need of a Collegiate Education for Woman. A Paper Read Before the American Institute of Instruction at North Adams [Mass.], July 28, 1874.
1874
 

SHANKLIN, LIZZIE. September, 1884. Lizzie Shanklin, of Evansville, Indiana. Bound 3.75 x 5.75." 129 pp. Contemp. embossed cloth; Disbound. Legible ink.
1884
 

SIGOURNEY, MRS. L.H. Letters to Mothers. Second Edition.
1839
 

SMITH, MISS CAROLINE Arm for the Right; or, the Invalid's Last Appeal. [Caption title]. 4to broadside. Verse in three columns, plus text above & below. Browned, some chipping.
1869
 

SMITH, NANCY Preside Constitution of the Massachusetts Female Emancipation Society. [Caption title].
1840
 

STANTON, ELIZABETH C Address to the Legislature of New-York, Adopted by the State Woman's Rights Convention, Held at Albany...
1854
 

TAPPAN, LEWIS and H. Human Rights--Extra. Office of the American Anti-Slavery Society, New-York, Feb. 11, 1839. [Caption title.] Small folio broadsheet.
1839
 

UPHAM, THOMAS C, Life of Madame Catharine Adorna. Including Some Leading Facts and Traits in Her Religious Experience. Together with Explanations and Remarks, Tending to Illustrate the Doctine of Holiness.
1845
 

WALKER, ALEXANDER. The Anthropological Works...A New Edition. In Three Volumes.
1845
 

WATSON, HENRY C. The Ladies' Glee Book: a Collection of Choice and Beautiful Glees for Three Female Voices, in English, French, and Italian....
1854
 

WAYLAND, FRANCIS Com A Memoir of Harriet Ware, First Superintendent of the Children's Home in the City of Providence.
1850
 

WELLS COLLEGE GIRLS. Woman's Year Book. Containing for each day a quotation about woman. Also ample space herein she may write her own thoughts and deeds. The whole collected and arranged by two Wells College Girls. And done into print by The Cromelithe Press at Toledo, Ohio.
1900
 

WELLS, CAROLINE A. Four (4) Page ALS, to Cousin Anna E. Adams. at Macon College, Georgia. May 19, 1845. Postmarked Greenwich, New York. 13 x 16 inches, folded in half. Integral address. Small hole at fold, no loss, slightly browned.
1845
 

WILSON, D. Henrietta Robinson.
1855
 

WILSON, D. Henrietta Robinson.
1855
 

WILSON, WILLIAM W. Four (4) pp. ALS to “Lottie,” Concerning Unrequited Love. “In Camp” (Oregon). Feb 25, 1899. 7.75 x 10 inches. No cover. Browned. Legible ink.
1899
 

WISE, DANIEL. The Young Lady's Counselor; or, Outlines and Illustrations of the Sphere, the Duties, and the Dangers of Young Women. Designed to be a Guide to True Happiness in This Life, and to Glory in the Life which is to Come.
1857
 

WISE, JOHN. J. Wise. Balloon Ascension! [letters 2" high] And Descent with the Parachute. From the Borough of Allentown, on Saturday the 27th of April, 1839. Mr. Wise [letters 2" high], the Aeronaut, Respectfully announces to the inhabitants of Allentown and vicinity that he will make the 13th Grand Ascension.... [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside mounted on old linen (now matted). 39" x 21".
1839
 

WOODFALL, LILA GRAHA A Pocket History of the Ladies of the White House and Information About the Executive Mansion[,] Its Apartments, Etiquette and Social Code. With thirty portraits and views. By Olga Stanley [pseud.].
1898
 

WOODHULL, VICTORIA. The Victoria Woodhull Reader. 24 works. 1870-1896. Introductions by Madeleine B. Stern. ISBN 087730-009-7.
1974
 

WRIGHT, CALEB. A Lecture on the Condition of Women in Pagan and Mahometan Countries.
1845
 

YOUNGER, MAUD. Why Wage-Earning Women Should Vote. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadsheet.
1911
 

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