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Croly, Mrs. J.C. (Jennie June).

THE HISTORY OF THE WOMAN'S CLUB MOVEMENT IN AMERICA.

Henry G. Allen: NY 1898 Illustr, 10 x 8, maroon cloth with gilt lettering on cover and spine, 1184 pp. Covers moderately worn, soiled, stained, corners bumped and worn, spine tips bumped and fraying, inner hinges cracked, soiling to page edges, contents clean except for pencil note and very good. Published under the Authority of the Council of the General Federation of Woman's Clubs of America. From the introduction (by the Council's president): "The woman's club movement represents a part of the great popular educational movement which is sweeping like a tidal wave over the country, and of which Chautauqua, summer schools, night schools, university extension, etc. are all manifestations." Scarce. FIRST ED.


Book Id: 98-5733

Price: $150.00

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