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1869
 

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
 

The Paramount Question! Is the Existence of a Privileged Class Compatible with the Theoretical Equality of Republican Institutions? Caste: A Story of Republican Equality Will be Published on the 20th instant. [Caption title]. Broadside circular, 9” x 7." Single sheet folded to form two leaves, inner pages blank (save for ms. docket), with second page of print listing approximately 30 “Works in Press, to be issued during the Coming Season” by Phillips, Sampson on verso of second leaf. Old folds, some penciled figuring in margins of first page.
1855
 

Order of Exercises, in Commemoration of the Death of William Henry Harrison, Late President of the United States, at the Baptist Meeting House in Cambridge-Port [Mass.], May 14, 1841. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11-5/8” x 10," text in two columns within a simple, heavy black border. Old folds, some spotty foxing. Very good.
1841
 

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
 

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
 

Letter from P.B. Sturges to Capt. McGrath, Concerning the Death of Her Husband. Providence, [Rhode Island] ___21, 1863. Sheet 8 x 10 inches, folded in half. 4 pp. One page of the four is a note from her sister R. Matthews, also to McGrath. Stamped postmarked envelope, Capt. McGrath, Commanding Co. F, 50th Regt., N.Y. S. V. Engineers, Washington, D.C. Legible ink, browned.
1863
 

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
 

Group of Three Letters, 1860 to 1883, Concerning a Family in St. Charles, Missouri. (1) Dear Abbie signed Missouri (?). St Charles (Missouri). 8x 10 inches, folded in half, 4 pp. Slight tear at fold. (2) 826 Fourteenth St, (place unk.) April 11, My Dearest Friend from May or Mag. 7.25 x 9.25 inches, folded in half, 4 pp. blue ink. (3) March 30, My Dear Nettie from Fanny. Baltimore, (Maryland). Ca. 1860s. 8 x 10 inches, folded in half, 3 pp. Tear at top, no loss. No covers.
1860
 

?VICTOR, MRS. M. V. Miss Slimmens' Window. By the Author of "A Bad Boy's Diary."
1880
 

{CHAPMAN, MARIA WEST The Liberty Bell. By Friends of Freedom.
1843
 

ADAMS, HANNAH. Die Geschichte der Juden...Vol. I-II.
1819
 

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

AGUILAR, GRACE. The Mother's Recompense; a Sequel to Home Influence.
1851
 

ALCOTT, AMOS BRONSON 4 pp. 12mo. ALS. Thank You to Miss Walton Concerning Visit, and Trip Home from the West. Concord, [Mass.], May 17, 1881. Ink. [And] Closely clipped Autograph Note from "L.M.A." to Her Father. N.d., but likely May, 1881. 3” x 5," 2 pp. Envelope with inscription “From Louisa M. Alcott to her Father and sent to me by him," in an unknown hand. Ink. Folds, small hole in L.M.A. note, no loss.
1881
 

ALCOTT, L.M. Three Unpublished Poems.
1919
 

ALCOTT, LOUISA M. Three Proverb Stories....Illustrated by Augustus Hoppin.
1870
 

ALCOTT, LOUISA M. Spinning-Wheel Stories.
1884
 

ALCOTT, LOUISA MAY? "Miss Alcott Does Not/ Send Autographs." Typed card in blue ink, 3.5" x 2." Card mounted on slightly larger stiff card.
1880
 

ALLEN, MRS. BRASSEYA Pastorals, Elegies, Odes, Epistles, and Other Poems.
1806
 

ALLIN, ABBY. Home Ballads: A Book for New Englanders. In Three Parts
1851
 

AMES, ELEANOR MARIA. Libra: an Astrological Romance. By Eleanor Kirk.
1896
 

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

ANON. An Affecting History of the Captivity and Sufferings of Mrs. Mary Velnet, An Italian Lady. Who Was Seven Years a Slave in Tripoli, Three of which, she was confined in a Dungeon, Loaded with Irons, and four times put to the most cruel tortures ever invented by man. Written by Herself.
1804
 

ANON. Essays on Various Subjects; Intended to Elucidate the Causes of the Changes Coming Upon All the Earth at This Present Time, and the Nature of the Calamities That Are So Rapidly Approaching...by Joshua, Cuvier, Franklin, &c., &c.
1861
 

ANON. The Minstrel; or, Anecdotes of Distinguished Personages in the Fifteenth Century. Three Volumes in One. First American...Edition.
1802
 

ANON. The Flowers of Autumn. To which is added, a Few Pieces by a Young Female, Late of This City, Dec'd.
1828
 

ANON. Lectures to Young Ladies. To which are added, Short Hymns, Suited to the Subjects. By a Lady.
1801
 

ANON. Journeys Into the Moon, Several Planets and the Sun. History of a Female Somnambulist, of Weilheim on the Teck, in the Kingdom of Wuertemberg, in the years 1832 and 1833. A book in which all persons will find important disclosures, concerning their fate hereafter. Translated...for the publishers in America, from the original, in German, which was published by a daily eye-witness, and friend of truth.
1837
 

APPLETON, ELIZABETH Insurrection at Magellan. Narrative of the Imprisonment and Escape of Capt. Chas. H. Brown, from the Chilian Convicts.
1854
 

ARCHER, MRS. M.A. Echoes. Volume First [all].
1867
 

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
 

BACON, DELIA SALTER. The Bride of Fort Edward, Founded on an Incident of the Revolution.
1839
 

BAIRD, MARY. MRS. SP ALS June 12, 1854 to D.E.C. Bidwell of Maquoketa, Iowa. Washington DC. 12mo. 2 pp. Blue paper, stamped Smithsonian Institution.
1854
 

BAKER, HARRIET. The Organ Grinder: or, Struggles After Holiness. By Mrs. Madeline Leslie (pseud.).
1862
 

BANNERMAN, HELEN. The Story of Little Black Mingo. By the Author of 'The Story of Little Black Sambo'.
1902
 

BAYLOR, FRANCES COUR Behind the Blue Ridge. A Homely Narrative.
1887
 

BEECHER, CATHARINE E Suggestions Respecting Improvements in Education, Presented to the Trustees of the Hartford Female Seminary, and Published at Their Request.
1829
 

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?? The Child's Bible. With Plates. By a Lady of Cincinnati.
1845
 

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
 

BELLAMY, ELIZABETH W The Little Joanna. A Novel. by Kamba Thorpe.
1876
 

BENNISON, MRS. DEBOR Poems, Original and Selected.
1847
 

BESANT, ANNIE. The Law of Population, Its Consequences and its Bearing Upon Human Conduct and Morals.
1886
 

BIGELOW, MRS. MARION Songs from the St. Lawrence: or, Occasional Poems.
1851
 

BOLTON, SARAH ELIZAB Two (2) Page ALS to Mr. Davis Concerning His Lectures. Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 10, 1910. Sheet 6.5” x 10.25” folded. Ink, browned, previous folds. Very good.
1910
 

BOSHER, KATE LEE. "Bobbie." By Kate Cairns.
1899
 

BOWEN, MRS. SUE. Sylvia's World. [And] Crimes Which the Law Does Not Reach.
1859
 

BRECKINRIDGE, SOPHON The Child in the City. A Series of Papers Presented at the Conferences Held During the Chicago Child Welfare Exhibit.
1912
 

BROOKS, MARIA GOWEN. Judith, Esther, and Other Poems. By a Lover of the Fine Arts.
1829
 

BROWNING, ELIZABETH Last Poems...with a Memorial, by Theodore Tilton.
1862
 

BRUSH, CHRISTINE. The Colonel's Opera Cloak.
1879
 

BUCKNER, ALICE MORRI Towards the Gulf. A Romance of Louisiana
1887
 

BUCKNER, ALICE MORRI Towards the Gulf. A Romance of Louisiana.
1887
 

BUTLER, FRANCES ANNE Poems.
1844
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Emancipation.
1840
 

CHAPMAN, MARIA W. Ed The Liberty Bell. By Friends of Freedom.
1858
 

CHENEY, MRS. H.V A Peep at the Pilgrims in Sixteen Hundred Thirty-Six. A Tale of Olden Times
1850
 

CHILD, L. M. Editor. "Mary's Lamb" [in] THE JUVENILE MISCELLANY FOR THE INSTRUCTION AND AMUSEMENT OF YOUTH. Vol. V, # 1, p. 64.
1830
 

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

COLLINS, MRS. ANNA M The Great Western Cook Book, or Table Receipts, Adapted to Western Housewifery.
1857
 

CONE, MARY. Two Years in California. With Illustrations.
1876
 

COOK, LADY nee Tenne Essays on Social Topics.
1895
 

COOK, MRS. HARRIET N The Trees, Fruits, and Flowers of the Bible.
1846
 

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
 

CRANE, NATHALIA. The Sunken Garden.
1926
 

CREAMER, MARY C. Travel Diary. Philadelphia, Pa., 1893-97. Printed Pocket Diary from L. Dannenbaum's Son & Co., 3 x 4.5 inches. 67 pp. Leather cover with metal tips. Pencil. Spine worn, text loose.
1893
 

CROSBY, FRANCES JANE Monterey, and Other Poems.
1851
 

CROWEN, MRS. T.J. Every Lady's Cook Book. New and Greatly Improved Edition.
1854
 

CROWEN, MRS. THOMAS Every Lady's Book: an Instructor in the Art of Making Every Variety of Plain and Fancy Cakes, Pastry, Confectionery, Blanc Mange, Jellies, Ice Creams, also, for the Cooking of Meats, Fish, Vegetables, &c. By a Lady of New York. Second edition.
1845
 

CUMMING, KATE. A Journal of Hospital Life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee from the Battle of Shiloh to the End of the War...
1866
 

CUSHING, ELIZA L. Yorktown: an Historical Romance. In Two Volumes.
1826
 

DALL, ELIZA BRADFORD Three (3) pp. ALS. Eliza Bradford Dall  to Cousin William Dall in Boston. Baltimore, Maryland, November 15, 1814. Sheet 10 x 16 in, folded with integral address and postmark. Folds, small hole at seal.
1814
 

DECATUR, SUSAN. A.L.S., to Major General Andrew Jackson, March 11, 1829, in ink.
1829
 

DICKINSON, EMILY. Poems...Edited by Two of Her Friends T.W. Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd. Second Series.
1891
 

DIX, D.L. Memorial...praying an appropriation of land for the relief of the insane....To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled. [Caption title].
1850
 

DIX, D.L. Remarks on Prisons and Prison Discipline in the United States.
1845
 

DIX, D.L.. Memorial To the Legislature of Massachusetts. [Caption title].
1843
 

DIX, D.L.. Memorial To the Legislature of Massachusetts. [Caption title].
1843
 

DIX, DOROTHEA. Conversations on Common Things; or. Guide to Knowledge. With Questions. For the Use of Schools and Families. By a Teacher. Ninth Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Stereotyped.
1841
 

DIX, DOROTHEA. Conversations on Common Things; or. Guide to Knowledge. With Questions. For the Use of Schools and Families. By a Teacher. Third Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Stereotyped.
1828
 

DIX, DOROTHEA. Conversations on Common Things; or. Guide to Knowledge. With Questions. For the Use of Schools and Families. By a Teacher.
1845
 

DIX, DOROTHEA. Conversations on Common Things; or. Guide to Knowledge. With Questions. For the Use of Schools and Families. By a Teacher. Third Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Stereotyped.
1828
 

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
 

DOE, MARY G. Soliloquy of Prof. John W. Webster, after the disappearance of Dr. Geo. Parkman up to the time of his execution. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, repieced in three columns as originally published, with original typographical border.
1850
 

DORSET, CATHERINE AN Think Before You Speak: or, the Three Wishes. A Tale.
1810
 

DOTEN, LIZZIE. "Reconstruction." "Vox Populi, Vox Dei." A Poem delivered in Library Hall, Chelsea, at the close of a Lecture on Sundah Evening, Sept. 23d." [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside, with decorative border.
1865
 

DOUGALL, LILY. The Mormon Prophet.
1899
 

DOW, ANN ELIZA. The Life and Adventures of Ann Eliza Dow: Being a True Narrative. Written by Herself.
1845
 

DUPUY, ELIZA A The Mysterious Guest.
1873
 

DUPUY, ELIZA ANN. The Planter's Daughter. A Tale of Louisiana.
1858
 

EDDY, MARY BAKER GLO Science and Health.
1875
 

EDGARTON, Miss S.C. The Floral Fortune-Teller; a Game for the Season of Flowers.
1848
 

EDGEWORTH, MARIA. Little Plays for Children. The Grinding Organ. Dumb Andy. The Dame School Holiday. Being a Continuation of the Parent's Assistant.
1827
 

EDGEWORTH, MARIA. Tales and Novels. Eighteen Volumes in Nine [Twenty Volumes in Ten].
1832
 

ELDRIDGE, ELLEANOR. Elleanor's Second Book.
1839
 

ELDRIDGE, ELLEANOR. Memoirs of Elleanor Eldridge.
1840
 

ELDRIDGE, ELLEANOR. Memoirs of Elleanor Eldridge.
1843
 

ELLIOTT, MARY BELSON Simple Truths in Verse, for the Amusement and Instruction of Children, at an Early Age.
1826
 

EMBURY, EMMA C. The Blind Girl. With Other Tales.
1845
 

ESLING. CATHARINE H. Flora's Lexicon: an Interpretation of the Language and Sentiment of Flowers: with an Outline of Botany, and a Poetical Introduction.
1839
 

EVANS, ELIZABETH EDS The Abuse of Maternity.
1875
 

FARMER, MRS. P. The Captives and Other Poems.
1856
 

FIELD, KATE. Pen Photographs of Charles Dickens's Readings. Taken from Life.
1868
 

FISHER, MARY A. A Spinster's Story.
1866
 

FOX, MARY ANNA George Allen. The Only Son.
1835
 

FREEMAN, MARY E. WIL The Portion of Labor.
1901
 

FREEMAN, MARY E. WIL A New England Nun and Other Stories.
1891
 

FULLER, MARGARET. Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli. Vol. I-[II]. [Edited by Ralph Waldo Emerson, James Freeman Clarke & W.H. Channing].
1852
 

FULLER, S. MARGARET. Literature and Art. Two Parts, in One Volume. With an Introduction, by Horace Greeley.
1852
 

GAGE, L.YDIA ORCULT. ALS to Husband Amasa Concerning Marital Issues. July 1, 1879. Hardwick, (Vermont). Sheet 8 x10 inches, folded in half. 8 pp. Light pencil. No cover.
1879
 

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

GARRIGUES, MRS. ADEL Summer Boarders.
1880
 

GENLIS, MADAME DE ST Mademoiselle de la Fayette, an Historical Novel, Illustrating the Character and Manners of the Court of Louis XIII. Two volumes in one.
1814
 

GILBERT, LINDA. Sketch of the Life and Work of Linda Gilbert. With Statistical Reports and Engraving of Herself.
1876
 

GOODWIN, MAUD WILDER White Aprons. A Romance of Bacon's Rebellion: Virginia, 1676.
1896
 

GOODWIN, MAUD WILDER Flint. His Faults, His Friendships and His Fortunes.
1897
 

GRAHAM, MARGARET COL Stories of the Foot-Hills.
1895
 

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

GRAY, M. Zilpha and Maria, the Rival Female Orphans...
1848
 

GRIERSON, MISS. Destruction of Jerusalem; with Sketches of the History of the Jews, since their dispersion. By the Author of Pierre and His Family.
1827
 

HALE, MRS. S.J. Edit Flora's Interpreter: or the American Book of Flowers and Sentiments. Second Edition, Improved.
1833
 

HALE, MRS. SARAH J. The Countries of Europe, Their Manners and Customs. In Easy and Entertaining Verse, for Children. With Seven Illustrative Embellishments.
1843
 

HALE, SARAH J. "Boarding Out." A Tale of Domestic Life.
1855
 

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
 

HALL, LOUISA JANE PA Miriam; a Dramatic Poem.
1837
 

HALL, LOUISA JANE. Joanna of Naples, by the Author of "Miriam."
1838
 

HANAFORD, MRS. PHOEB Our Martyred President.
1865
 

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

HANNA, ABIGAIL STANL Withered Leaves, from Memory's Garland.
1857
 

HANSON, ELIZABETH. The Remarkable Captivity and Surprising Deliverance of Elizabeth Hanson...Who Was Taken Captive with Her Children...by the Indians in New-England, in the Year 1724...
1824
 

HARRIS, MRS. SIDNEY Richard Vandermarck. A Novel.
1871
 

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
 

HELM, MARY. The Upward Path: the Evolution of a Race.
1909
 

HEYRICK, ELIZABETH. Immediate, Not Gradual Abolition; or, an Inquiry into the shortest, safest, and most effectual means of getting rid of West Indian Slavery.
1825
 

HILL, MRS. ELIZABETH The Widow's Offering: an Authentic Narrative of the Parentage, Life, Trials and Travels...Second Edition.
1856
 

HILLS, JOHN P. MRS.. The Prairie Casket.
1875
 

HINCKLEY, MARY. Sequel to the Seymour Family, or Domestic Scenes.
1830
 

HITCHCOCK, FREDERICK The Handbook of Amherst, Massachusetts. Seventh Illustrations.
1891
 

HOARE, LOUISE. The Mother's Manual, or Hints for the Improvement of Early Education and Nursery Discipline. With a Preface and Notes, by Mrs. Foot.
1834
 

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
 

HORN, HENRY J. Ed. Strange Visitors: a Series of Original Papers, Embracing Philosophy, Science, Government, Religion, Poetry, Art, Fiction, Satire, Humor, Narrative, and Prophecy. By the Spirits of Irving, Willis, Thackeray, Bronte, Richter, Byron, Humboldt, Hawthorne, Wesley, Browning, and Others Now Dwelling in the Spirit World. Dictated Through a Clairvoyant, while in an abnormal or trance state.
1869
 

HOWE, MRS. JULIA WAR A Trip to Cuba.
1860
 

HOWE, MRS. JULIA WAR Battle Hymn of the Republic. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1863
 

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
 

HUME, SOPHIA. An Exhortation to the Inhabitants of the Province of South-Carolina, to bring their Deeds to the Light of Christ, in their own Consciences. In which is inserted, Some Account of the Author's Experience in the Important Business of Religion.
1754
 

HUME, SOPHIA. An Exhortation to the Inhabitants of the Province of South-Carolina, to bring their Deeds to the Light of Christ, in their own Consciences. In which is inserted, Some Account of the Author's Experience in the Important Business of Religion. By S.H.
1752
 

HUNT, RACHEL Autumnal Fruits and Flowers: Being the Effusions of a Reflecting Mind in the Decline of Life
1843
 

HYDE, NANCY M. The Writings of Nancy Maria Hyde, of Norwich, Conn., Connected with a Sketch of Her Life.
1816
 

JACKSON, HELEN HUNT. Poems. Illustrated.
1892
 

JACKSON, HELEN. Sonnets and Lyrics.
1886
 

JOHNSON, LOUISA. Every Lady Her Own Flower Gardener. Containing Simple and Practicval Directions for Cultivating Plants and Flowers, in the Northern and Southern States, Also Flora's Revealings, Hints for the Management of Flowers in Rooms...
1844
 

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

JONES, JULIA CLINTON Valhalla the Myths of Norseland. A Saga, in Twelve Parts.
1878
 

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
 

KELLEY, EMMA DUNHAM. Megda. By "Forget-Me-Not."
1892
 

KINGSBURY, ALICE. Ho! For Elf-Land!
1877
 

KIRKLAND, MRS. C.M. Western Clearings.
1845
 

KNIGHT, MRS. S.G. Minnie Maverick; or, Man's Wrongs and Woman's Foibles. By S.G.K.
1870
 

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

LANGER, SUSANNE K. An Introduction to Symbolic Logic.
1937
 

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
 

LAWTON, MARY A. 1 p. 4to., ALS to Cynthia Tillinghast Concerning Henry Greene’s School and a Mill Accident. South Scituate, March 17, 1841. Folded & addressed on verso. Slight tear at wax seal, folds, ink, very good.
1841
 

LEWIS, GEORGIANA. Day Book, 1866-1868. 384 pp. Contemp. sheep. 8 x 12.5 in., alpha index at front. Ink. Wear to cover, browned, overall very good.
1866
 

LINCOLN, MRS. D.A. Carving and Serving.
1887
 

LINCOLN, MRS.; MARIO Siegel-Cooper Co. Cook Book.
1894
 

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
 

LOUDON, MRS. J.W. Gardening for Ladies; and Companion to the Flower-Garden. First American...Edited by A.J. Downing.
1843
 

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

LYNCH, ANNE C. The Rhode-Island Book: Selections in Prose and Verse, From the Writings of Rhode-Island Citizens.
1841
 

LYNN, CORRA !. Durham Village; a Temperance Tale.
1854
 

MARCET, MRS. JANE. Conversations on Political Economy...
1820
 

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
 

MASSACHUSETTS ANTI-S "Dear Friend--You doubtless recollect the determination of the members...to raise an Agency Fund, for the support of Lecturers..." [Caption title].
1846
 

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
 

McCLELLAND, MARY G. The Old Post Road.
1894
 

MECRACKEN, SARA L. Elsie Ainslie, a Victim of Social Wrong.
1885
 

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
 

MENDENHALL, MRS. V.L The Greek Slave. A Story by Ianthe.
1867
 

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
 

MITCHELL, MARGARET. Vom Winde Verweht [Gone With the Wind] Roman.
1937
 

MONK, MARIA. Awful Disclosures, by Maria Monk, of the Hotel Dieu Nunnery of Montreal...Illustrated by a Plan of the Nunnery...
1836
 

MONMOUTH, SARAH E. H How a Lady, Having Lost a Sufficient Income from Government Bonds, by Misplaced Confidence, Reduced to a Little Homestead Whose Entire Income Is But $40.00 per Annum, Resolved to Hold It, Incurring No Debts and Live Within It. How She Has Lived for Three Years, and Still Lives on Half a Dime a Day. Added to which is A Poem, which she has found time to write, entitled "An Abundant Entrance."
1880
 

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
 

MORRISON, MARY GRAY. The Sea-Farers. A Romance of a New England Coast Town.
1900
 

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

MOULTON, MRS. LOUISE Juno Clifford. A Tale. By a Lady.
1856
 

MURDEN, MRS. ELIZA C "March, Composed and Dedicated to the Officers of the Marine Corps." By a Lady of Charleston S.C.
1814
 

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
 

OLIVER, ISABELLA. Poems on Various Subjects.
1805
 

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
 

PEABODY, ELIZ. P. Ed Record of Mr. Alcott's School, Exemplifying the Principles and Methods of Moral Culture. Third Edition, Revised.
1874
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P ALS, Boston, Feb. 19, 1850, in ink, 4to, 1 page, addressed to C[aroline?] Putnam.
1850
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P The Identification of the Artisan and Artist the Proper Object of American Education, Illustrated by a Lecture of Cardinal Wiseman, on the Relation of the Arts of Design with the Arts of Production. Addressed to American Workingmen and Educators, with an Essay on Froebel's Reform of Primary Education.
1869
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P Kindergarten Culture. [Caption title].
1870
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P Lectures in the Training Schools for Kindergarteners.
1886
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH P Lectures in the Training Schools for Kindergarteners.
1888
 

PETTEE Family. (1) Mary Pettee--Her Book, 1780. 85 pp. 4” x 7," paper covers, handsewn. Cover tattered, edges slightly frayed, ink, bright. (2) L & R Pettee. 1837 - 1838. 179 pp. 8.5” x 14." Marbled board covers, calf tips & spine. Cover worn, spine slightly separating, pages browned. Slight foxing, worm holes on spine, ink slight fading, legible.
1780
 

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.
1799
 

PINCHARD, MRS. ELIZA The Blind Child, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham Family, Written for the Use of Young People. By a Lady.
1814
 

PLACE, MRS. PERRY. The Affectionate Son: for the Use of Children. In Two Parts. Part Second. Third Edition.
1842
 

PORTER, ANNA MARIA. A Sailor's Friendship, and a Soldier's Love. Two Volumes in One [with two title pages]. First American Edition.
1810
 

PORTER, JANE. Thaddeus of Warsaw. In Two Volumes.
1825
 

PORTER, MISS JANE. The Scottish Chiefs, a Romance. In Three Volumes.
1827
 

PRATT, L.J. The Unfortunate Mountain Girl: a Collection of Miscellanies in Prose and Verse.
1855
 

REED, ANNA C. Vie de George Washington. Pris de l'Anglais, et dedie a la Jeunesse Americaine. Par A.N. Girault, maitre de Francais. Cinquieme Edition.
1836
 

REEVES MARIAN C.L. Sea Drift. By Fadette.
1869
 

RICHARDS, LAURA E. & Julia Ward Howe. 1819-1910.
1915
 

RICHARDS, LAURA E. A Julia Ward Howe 1819-1910.
1915
 

ROHLFS, ANNA KATHARI Marked "Personal".
1893
 

ROPES, MRS. H.A. Six Months in Kansas. By a Lady.
1856
 

ROPES, MRS. H.A. Six Months in Kansas. By a Lady.
1856
 

RORK, JOHN H. and DI Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin. Five (5) Letters. 14 pp. 1) John and Diana Rork to Sister Lucy Pope in Illinois. September 1, 1850. 10 x 16 inches, folded in half, 2 pp. Integral address, postmarked. 2) August 14, 1853. 10 x 15 inches, folded in half, 3 pp. John and Diana Rork to son Leroy. 3) John H. Rork and Diana to son. September 18, 1853. 10 x 15 inches, folded in half, 3 pp. 4) October 8, no year. Diana to her sister with postscripts from Leroy and Willard. 12.5 x 15 inches, folded in half. 4 pp. 5) John and Diana Rork to Alonson Pope in Illinois. Caladona (probably Caledonia, Racine, Wisconsin), December 7th, 1896. 12.5 x 15 inches, folded in half, 2 pp. Integral address, red wax seal. Blue paper, folds, few small holes at folds. Ink.
1850
 

ROWSON, MRS. SUSANNA Charlotte Temple. A Tale of Truth. Two volumes in one.
1813
 

ROWSON, MRS. SUSANNA Trials of the Human Heart, A Novel. In Four Volumes.
1795
 

RUNDELL, MARIA ELIZA American Domestic Cookery...Illustrated by Nine Engravings. To which is added the Complete Family Brewer.
1823
 

RUNDELL, MRS. MARIA The Experienced American Housekeeper, or Domestic Cookery: Formed on Principles of Economy for the Use of Private Families.
1829
 

SALTER, MARY J. The Lost Receipt; or, Frustrated Designs. [And] "All That Glitters Is Not Gold."
1881
 

SANBORN, KATE. Old Time Wall Papers. An Account of the Pictorial Papers on Our Forefathers' Walls with a Study of the Historical Development of Wall Paper Making and Decoration.
1905
 

SAWYER, MRS. C.M. Memoir of Mrs. Julia H. Scott; with Her Poems, and Selections from Her Prose.
1853
 

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
 

SEDGWICK, CATHARINE Hope Leslie; Or Early Times In Massachusetts.
1827
 

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

SHUTE, Miss T.S. The American Housewife. Cook Book.
1877
 

SIGOURNEY, LYDIA H. The Farmer and Soldier.
1844
 

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

SMITH, AMANDA. An Autobiography. The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith the Colored Evangelist. Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India and Africa, as an Independent Missionary. With an Introduction by Bishop Thorburn, of India.
1893
 

SMITH, AMANDA. An Autobiography. The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith the Colored Evangelist. Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India and Africa, as an Independent Missionary. With an Introduction by Bishop Thorburn, of India.
1893
 

SMITH, MARGARET B. What is Gentility? A Moral Tale.
1828
 

SMITH, MRS. E. OAKES Old New York: or, Democracy in 1689. A Tragedy in five Acts.
1853
 

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

SOUTHWOOD, MARION. Tit for Tat. A Novel. By a Lady of New Orleans.
1856
 

SOUTHWORTH, EMMA D.E Retribution; or, the Vale of Shadows. A Tale of Passion
1849
 

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

STANWOOD, AVIS A. Fostina Woodman, the Wonderful Adventurer. By A.A. Burnham.
1850
 

STEPHENS, ANN S. Ed. THE PORTLAND MAGAZINE. Vol. I, # 3, vol. II, # 2-3. Sept. 1, 1834-Sept. 1, 1835.
1834
 

STILLWELL, MARGARET The Pageant of Benefit Street down through the years. Illustrated by the Author.
1945
 

STILLWELL, MARGARET The Pageant of Benefit Street down through the years. Illustrated by the Author.
1945
 

STILLWELL, MARGARET While Benefit Street was Young.
1943
 

STILLWELL, MARGARET Noah's Ark in Early Woodcuts and Modern Rhymes.
1942
 

STOWE, H.B. Earthly Care. A Heavenly Discipline.
1854
 

STOWE, HARRIET B. Uncle Tom's Cabin, or Life Among the Lowly.
1852
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH The Mayflower; or, Sketches of Scenes and Characters Among the Descendants of the Pilgrims.
1843
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH Religious Poems. With Illustrations.
1867
 

STOWE, HARRIET BEECH Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly. One Hundred and Seventy-Third Thousand.
1852
 

STOWE, MRS. HARRIET The Mayflower; or, Sketches of Scenes and Characters Among the Descendants of the Pilgrims.
1844
 

STRONG, TITUS Editor The Cypress Wreath, or Mourner's Friend. A Selection of Pieces, Adapted to the Consolation of the Afflicted.
1828
 

SUTHERLAND, EVELYN G Po' White Trash and Other One-Act Dramas.
1900
 

TALCOTT, MRS. HANNAH Roger Deane's Work. By H.B.G. Written for the Sanitary Fair.
1863
 

TAYLOR, JANE. Essays in Rhyme, or Morals and Manners.
1816
 

TEASDALE, SARA. Rivers to the Sea.
1915
 

THOMPSON, MRS. ELIZA Kindergarten Homes. For Orphans and Other Destitute Children; a New Way to Ultimately Dispense with Prisons and Poor-Houses. The Plans of...by Your Reporter.
1882
 

TICKNOR, CAROLINE. A Hypocritical Romance and Other Stories.
1896
 

TINCKER, MARY AGNES. Signor Monaldini's Niece.
1888
 

TRAIN, ELIZABETH PHI A Social Highwayman. Illustrated.
1896
 

TUTHILL, MRS. L.C. I Will Be a Sailor. A Book for Boys.
1864
 

UTLEY, MARY E. Mary E. Utley’s Cookbook. Includes Household Hints and Medical Remedies. Circa 1880s-1930s. Notebook. Large 8vo. 53 pp. Paper cover with title, loose spotted pages, edges frayed. Ink & pencil. Few loose newspaper recipes. Legible.
1880
 

VAN CLEVE, CHARLOTTE "Three Score Years and Ten," Life-Long Memories of Fort Snelling, Minnesota, and Other Parts of the West.
1888
 

VANDERBILT, GERTRUDE The Social History of Flatbush...
1909
 

VERY, LYDIA L. Writt Red Riding Hood. [Shape Book].
1863
 

VICTOR, METTA VICTOR The Senator's Son, or the Maine Law; a Last Refuge; a Story Dedicated to the Law Makers. Sixth thousand. Third edition.
1853
 

VICTOR, METTA VICTOR Fresh Leaves from Western Woods.
1853
 

VINGUT, MRS. GERTRUD Irene; or, the Autobiography of an Artist's Daughter. And Other Tales.
1853
 

WARNER, HARRIOT, W. Autobiography of Charles Caldwell, M.D. With a Preface, Notes, and Appendix.
1855
 

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
 

WENTWORTH, MAY Edito Poetry of the Pacific: Selections and Original Poems from the Poets of the Pacific States.
1869
 

WEST, MRS. JANE. A Tale of the Times....in Two Volumes.
1801
 

WHEELER, MRS. ELIZA The Frugal Housekeeper's Kitchen Companion, or Guide to Economical Cookery....Dedicated to Those American Housewives Who Are Not Ashamed of Economy.
1847
 

WHITE, ELLEN, G. Testimony for the Church, No. 8. [Wrapper title].
1862
 

WHITE, ELLEN, G. Testimony for the Church, No. 23.
1862
 

WHITE, MRS. E.G. Patriarchs and Prophets or the Great Conflict Between Good and Evil as Illustrated in the Lives of Holy Men of Old.
1890
 

WILKINSON, REBECCA. Sermons to Children; to which are added, Short Hymns, Suited to the Subjects.
1807
 

WILLARD, EMMA Theory of Circulation by Respiration. Synopsis of Its Principles and History.
1861
 

WILLARD, EMMA. Ancient Geography, As Connected with Chronology, and Preparatory to the Study of Ancient History...[with] WOODBRIDGE, W.C. A System of Universal Geography...
1824
 

WILLARD, EMMA. History of the United States, or Republic of America: Exhibited in Connexion with Its Chronology & Progressive Geography; by Means of a Series of Maps...Designed for Schools and Private Libraries.
1828
 

WILLARD, EMMA. Geography for Beginners or the Instructer's Assistant...being intended as the first, or introductory book, to a series of geographical works, by William C. Woodbridge, and Emma Willard...Second Edition, Revised and Corrected.
1829
 

WILLARD, EMMA. An Appeal to the Public, Especially Those Concerned in Education, Against the Wrong and Injury Done by Marcus Willson, in His Pamphlet Entitled "Report on American Histories..." Showing Also Their Trespasses on My Literary Property. [Wrapper title].
1847
 

WILLARD, FRANCES E. A Wheel Within a Wheel. How I Learned to Ride the Bicycle with Some Reflections by the Way
1895
 

WILLIAMS, MRS. C.R. Tales; National and Revolutionary.
1830
 

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
 

WOOLSEY, GEORGEANNA Three Weeks at Gettysburg.
1863
 

WORTENDYKE, CAROLINE Manuscript Cook Book of Mrs. Caroline Wortendyke. Notebook 4 x 7 inches. Ca. 1891. 35 pp. Leatherbound: “The Hackensack Bank, Hackensack, New Jersey, in account with Mrs. Caroline Wortendyke” on cover. Ink & pencil. Few pasted in news clips. Spine missing, cover becoming loose; worn. Spotting & browning.
1891
 

WRIGHT, ANNA A. More Truth Than Poetry.
1884
 

WRIGHT, FRANCES. A Few Days in Athens; Being the Translation of a Greek Manuscript Discovered in Herculaneum.
1831
 

WRIGHT, FRANCES. Altorf, a Tragedy. First Represented in the Theatre of New York, Feb. 19, 1819.
1819
 

WRIGHT, FRANCES. Views of Society and Manners in America...by an Englishwoman
1821
 

WYLIE, ELINOR. Nets To Catch the Wind.
1921
 

WYLIE, ELINOR. Nets to Catch the Wind.
1921
 

YATES, KATHERINE M. At the Door. A Tale To Read Both on the Lines and Between.
1905
 

YOUNG, ANN ELIZA. Wife No. 19, or the Story of a Life in Bondage, Being a Complete Expose of Mormonism, and Revealing the Sorrows, Sacrifices and Sufferings of Women in Polygamy. With Introductory Notes by John B. Gough and Mary A. Livermore. Illustrated.
1875
 

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

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