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  • 1884 Y FRYTHONES: AT WASANAETH MERCHED A GWRAGEDD CYMRU Welsh Book of Articles & Literature for WOMEN of WALES by CRANOGWEN (Sarah Jane Rees) a WELSH LESBIAN SUFFRAGETTE by CRANOGWEN (Sarah Jane Rees) 1884 Y FRYTHONES: AT WASANAETH MERCHED A GWRAGEDD CYMRU Welsh Book of Articles & Literature for WOMEN of WALES by CRANOGWEN (Sarah Jane Rees) a WELSH LESBIAN SUFFRAGETTE
    CRANOGWEN (Sarah Jane Rees)

    Y FRYTHONES: AT WASANAETH MERCHED A GWRAGEDD CYMRU, Dan OLYGIAETH CRANOGWEN (Sarah Jane Rees). CYF. VI. A WELSH book comprised of articles and literary pieces from Volume VI of the Welsh Women's Periodical Y FRYTHONES:

    AT WASANAETH MERCHED A GWRAGEDD CYMRU. The periodical was edited by CRANOGWEN, the pseudonym of Sarah Jane Rees. VOLUME VI (CYF. VI). One volume only. Perhaps a bound collection was published at the end of every year of the publication, I do not know. TEXT in WELSH. LLANELLI: Argraffwyd A Chyhoeddwyd Gan D. Williams A'I Fab., 1884. First Edition of Volume VI. Hardcovers, leather covered spine and corners with pebbled cloth covered boards, 5.5x7.5 inches, 384 pages. Illustrated with drawings and fancy title letters. Y…

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    Y FRYTHONES: AT WASANAETH MERCHED A GWRAGEDD CYMRU, Dan OLYGIAETH CRANOGWEN (Sarah Jane Rees). CYF. VI. A WELSH book comprised of articles and literary pieces from Volume VI of the Welsh Women's Periodical Y FRYTHONES:

    AT WASANAETH MERCHED A GWRAGEDD CYMRU. The periodical was edited by CRANOGWEN, the pseudonym of Sarah Jane Rees. VOLUME VI (CYF. VI). One volume only. Perhaps a bound collection was published at the end of every year of the publication, I do not know. TEXT in WELSH. LLANELLI: Argraffwyd A Chyhoeddwyd Gan D. Williams A'I Fab., 1884. First Edition of Volume VI. Hardcovers, leather covered spine and corners with pebbled cloth covered boards, 5.5x7.5 inches, 384 pages. Illustrated with drawings and fancy title letters. Y FRYTHONES was a monthly Welsh language periodical for women, with much of the contents written by women of Wales. The contents were religious, literary, and general in nature, including articles on religion, raising children, the family, and the home, as well as poetry, music, games and biographies of prominent women. All was in Welsh. The periodical was edited by the teacher, poet, and unconventional woman, Sarah Jane Rees. The periodical was founded in 1874 and ended publication in 1891. It was created to continue the work of the Welsh women's periodical Y GYMRAES which was published for only two years, 1850 and 1851. Y GYMRAES was created in response to a government report which had strongly criticized the lax morals of Welsh women. Both Y GYMRAES and then Y FRYTHONES set out to promote higher intellectual and moral standards for women in Wales. Previously owned by KATIE HUMPHREYS, with her bookplate on the front free endpaper, and by ROBERT OWEN, with his small ink stamped name on the front free endpaper and title page. At the bottom of the front pastedown is a small label of A. BROMLEY / Printer, Lithographer, Bookbinder, &c / High Street / BANGOR (WALES). It appears likely that KATIE HUMPHREYS and ROBERT OWEN were both from Bangor Wales, as both names show up prominently there. GOOD CONDITION: the leather spine covering is scraped and rubbed, and the leather corners are rubbed at their edges; the pebbled cloth covered boards have a few smudges; otherwise the coverts remain solid and are doing their job well; internally there is a bit of foxing and some creases here and there, else the pages are tight, bright, clean and clear. A solid, nice copy. About CRAGOGWEN, pseudonym of SARAH JANE REES (from Wikipedia): ******Sarah Jane Rees, b.1839 d.1916, also known as CRANOGWEN, was a Welsh poet, editor, teacher, temperance campaigner, and proto-suffragette. She had two long lesbian relationships. Sarah Jane Rees was born at Llangrannog in Cardiganshire, the daughter of a mariner John Rees. She was a precocious child and insisted that she accompany her father to sea rather than undertake sewing and cooking chores. She attended school in both Cardigan and New Quay, and for a time studied at a navigation school in London, where she gained her master's certificate, a qualification allowing her to command a ship in any part of the world. In 1859 Sarah Jane set up her own navigation school in her home village of Llangrannog. In addition to teaching navigation and other subjects, she became editor of the Welsh language women's periodical Y Frythones (1878 to 1889), a platform for Welsh bluestockings and proto-suffragettes. Rees had two significant same-sex relationships. Her first was with Fanny Rees, a milliner's daughter from Troedyraur, near LLangrannog. Fanny contracted tuberculosis and returned to Wales around 1874 to die. She moved into Rees' home rather than that of her family, and died in her arms. Rees commemorated Fanny in one of her best-known poems, Fy Ffrynd (My Friend). Her second relationship was with Jane Thomas, with whom she spent most of her life. Open about her unconventional domestic arrangement, Rees was nonetheless a committed Methodist.******

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  • 1895 FEMALE INSURANCE AGENT'S FARM POLICY KITS w/ Issued Policies NORTHERN CALIFORNIA by Abby C. Sturgeon 1895 FEMALE INSURANCE AGENT'S FARM POLICY KITS w/ Issued Policies NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
    Abby C. Sturgeon

    Two Large Format Sales Agent's Policy Kits / Books, with receipts for policies sold and with information for the agent regarding pricing and issuing policies. Hartford Fire Insurance, 1895 and 1896. The sales agent that owned these policy portfolios was a woman, Abby C. Sturgeon of Newman, Stanislaus County, California. Her territory, deduced from the bound in written policies, was apparently Stanislaus and Merced Counties, California, including Modesto and surrounding areas. The two portfolio type kits / books measure 12.5 x 18 inches. They open to show Hartford Company Rules for Agents pasted on the inside front and rear covers. Also bound inside the portfolios are the stubs for policies that have been issued and full policy issuing sheets. One…

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    Two Large Format Sales Agent's Policy Kits / Books, with receipts for policies sold and with information for the agent regarding pricing and issuing policies. Hartford Fire Insurance, 1895 and 1896. The sales agent that owned these policy portfolios was a woman, Abby C. Sturgeon of Newman, Stanislaus County, California. Her territory, deduced from the bound in written policies, was apparently Stanislaus and Merced Counties, California, including Modesto and surrounding areas. The two portfolio type kits / books measure 12.5 x 18 inches. They open to show Hartford Company Rules for Agents pasted on the inside front and rear covers. Also bound inside the portfolios are the stubs for policies that have been issued and full policy issuing sheets. One of the portfolios has 12 stubs that are filled in with names and other relevant issuing information. This portfolio has no blank policy forms remaining to be used. The other portfolio has 5 stubs with filled in info and has 14 policy sheets that remain unused, unissued. The two portfolio policy books are only in FAIR condition, the covers are soiled, have stains and sunning, and are shaky; internally some of the items tipped onto the inside covers are creased and wrinkled. Nonetheless these vintage insurance items are original and all the printing and handwriting is clear and legible. Some interesting genealogy from 19th Century Stanislaus County and Merced County, California. Interesting also is that this 1895 insurance sales agent of farm policies was a woman. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: These Two Portfolios are HEAVY and LARGE and will require substantial additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us in advance to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • 1911 LARGER GROWTH, by CONSTANCE SMEDLEY Suffragette, Novelist, Playwright & a Founder of the Lyceum Clubs by CONSTANCE SMEDLEY ARMFIELD 1911 LARGER GROWTH, by CONSTANCE SMEDLEY Suffragette, Novelist, Playwright & a Founder of the Lyceum Clubs
    CONSTANCE SMEDLEY ARMFIELD

    THE LARGER GROWTH (Mothers and Fathers), by CONSTANCE SMEDLEY ARMFIELD. Published by E.P. Dutton & Company, New York. First Edition, with the date 1911 on the copyright page and no indication of additional printings. Hardcover Book in Dustjacket, green cloth covered boards, blind embossed decoration on the front cover, white titling on the front cover and spine, 5x7.5 inches, 382 pages. Condition: NEAR FINE book, previous owner's three line presentation on the front free endpaper, a small old bookstore label on the rear pastedown, otherwise tight, bright, clean and unmarked. A solid, lovely copy. In a POOR dustjacket that is heavily chipped, scraped, faded at the spine, and generally weary; nonetheless this rare dj is present and the printing on…

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    THE LARGER GROWTH (Mothers and Fathers), by CONSTANCE SMEDLEY ARMFIELD. Published by E.P. Dutton & Company, New York. First Edition, with the date 1911 on the copyright page and no indication of additional printings. Hardcover Book in Dustjacket, green cloth covered boards, blind embossed decoration on the front cover, white titling on the front cover and spine, 5x7.5 inches, 382 pages. Condition: NEAR FINE book, previous owner's three line presentation on the front free endpaper, a small old bookstore label on the rear pastedown, otherwise tight, bright, clean and unmarked. A solid, lovely copy. In a POOR dustjacket that is heavily chipped, scraped, faded at the spine, and generally weary; nonetheless this rare dj is present and the printing on the front and rear cover remains bright and clear. THE LARGER GROWTH tells the story of an isolated family whose children, especially the girls, want to develop in ways far beyond what their parents believe desirable or possible. About CONSTANCE SMEDLEY (from Wikipedia): ******Constance Smedley (b. 1881 d. 1941) was a feminist, suffragist, illustrator, stage designer, journalist, novelist, playwright, creator of pageants, and a lifelong campaigner for the poor. She lived with a disability, getting around on crutches in her youth and in a wheelchair from her mid thirties. Smedley was a founder of the Lyceum Club, created to promote cultural exchange between women of all nations. In 1909 Smedley married the artist and poet Maxwell Armfield, who was a pacifist, homosexual, and descendant of Winifred, Lady Nithsdale. Their unconventional marriage lasted until Smedley's death in 1941.******

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  • 1935 SARAH DIX HAMLIN SCHOOL San Francisco YEARBOOK The Epilogue ILLUSTRATED 1935 SARAH DIX HAMLIN SCHOOL San Francisco YEARBOOK The Epilogue ILLUSTRATED

    This is the 1935 Year Book of SARAH DIX HAMLIN SCHOOL, San Francisco. Hardcover yearbook, velvetine covered boards, 9x12 inches, 45 pages plus 3 pages of ads at the rear, printed on uncut folded leaves (uncut at the top). The printed photographs in this 1935 yearbook are tipped in. Hamlin was (and continues to be) a school for girls from primarily rich, socially elite, San Francisco families. To the school's credit, however, its Soccer Team is usually pretty awesome! Girls in the 1935 yearbook include: Susan Atkins, Rolinde Zellerbach, Louise Van Fleet, Helen Huckins, Margaret Ray, Cembra Stephens, and many other blue blooded San Francisco lasses. Copy of BARBARA DAVIS, a member of the Sophomore Class in this yearbook, with…

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    This is the 1935 Year Book of SARAH DIX HAMLIN SCHOOL, San Francisco. Hardcover yearbook, velvetine covered boards, 9x12 inches, 45 pages plus 3 pages of ads at the rear, printed on uncut folded leaves (uncut at the top). The printed photographs in this 1935 yearbook are tipped in. Hamlin was (and continues to be) a school for girls from primarily rich, socially elite, San Francisco families. To the school's credit, however, its Soccer Team is usually pretty awesome! Girls in the 1935 yearbook include: Susan Atkins, Rolinde Zellerbach, Louise Van Fleet, Helen Huckins, Margaret Ray, Cembra Stephens, and many other blue blooded San Francisco lasses. Copy of BARBARA DAVIS, a member of the Sophomore Class in this yearbook, with her signature on the front free endpaper. There are a few signatures beside some group photos. FAIR condition. The covers are sunned / discolored at the margins and spine, worn through at the corner tips, have some indents and scratches, and are slightly bowed, but are nonetheless sturdy, are doing their job, and the gilt Hamlin School Seal on the front cover is bright. Internally, the inner hinge is split at a few places where the book was opened over wide, but is always holding well with the sewn binding, there are a few signatures beside some group class photos, otherwise the inner pages are tight, clean and clear, and all the tipped in printed photographs are present and bright.

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  • 1937 BETWEEN the HAMMER and the ANVIL, Tales of Depression Era New York, by Leftist Radical EDWIN SEAVER - SIGNED & INSCRIBED to FEMINIST RADICAL MYRA PAGE by Edwin Seaver 1937 BETWEEN the HAMMER and the ANVIL, Tales of Depression Era New York, by Leftist Radical EDWIN SEAVER - SIGNED & INSCRIBED to FEMINIST RADICAL MYRA PAGE
    Edwin Seaver

    BETWEEN the HAMMER and the ANVIL, by EDWIN SEAVER. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by EDWIN SEAVER to MYRA PAGE : To Myra Page / with Comradely Greetings / Edwin Seaver. An interesting inscription, from one American Communist to another. Comrades indeed! Stories of New York City in the depths of the Great Depression. Hardcovers, no dustjacket, top page edges stained red, 5.5x8 inches, 383 pages. Published by Julian Messner, New York, 1937. Only FAIR condition: the covers are worn through at the corners, spine ends, and at much of the top edge; the spine covering is completely split and frayed at its front fold, the spine lettering is mostly faded away; internally nice, a few pages have stiff creases at their…

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    BETWEEN the HAMMER and the ANVIL, by EDWIN SEAVER. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by EDWIN SEAVER to MYRA PAGE : To Myra Page / with Comradely Greetings / Edwin Seaver. An interesting inscription, from one American Communist to another. Comrades indeed! Stories of New York City in the depths of the Great Depression. Hardcovers, no dustjacket, top page edges stained red, 5.5x8 inches, 383 pages. Published by Julian Messner, New York, 1937. Only FAIR condition: the covers are worn through at the corners, spine ends, and at much of the top edge; the spine covering is completely split and frayed at its front fold, the spine lettering is mostly faded away; internally nice, a few pages have stiff creases at their upper corner but overall the inner pages are tight, bright, clean and unmarked. About MYRA PAGE (from her archives at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and from a 1983 article found on the Internet): ****** Writer, union activist, and communist Dorothy Markey (nee Dorothy Page Gary) was born in Newport News, Va., in 1897. Under the name Myra Page, Markey was an activist and active political journalist. Dorothy Markey died in 1993. On a summer evening this past August, Myra Page sat surrounded by books, papers and manuscripts in her home of thirty-nine years in Yonkers, New York, telling the tale of her most recent demonstration. Her lively eyes belied the eighty-two years that her face and hands proclaimed. A week before, she had joined a group of thirty peace activists, mostly women, as they faced fifty uniformed American Legionnaires in front of Yonkers' World War I memorial. The men insisted it was sacrilegious for the demonstrators to gather at the memorial that steamy Sunday morning on the anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing. Tension mounted as members of both groups exchanged comments about nuclear weapons. Several legionnaires proudly recalled where they had been when the bombs exploded in 1946; some argued that their lives had been saved, others that it hastened the end of the war. As Page stood near the commander of the group, he whispered that he didn't want another war either, that he didn't want his grandson to have to fight. The legionnaires moved into formation three deep around the war memorial. The protesters took positions across the street. As Page crossed over with her comrades, the Commander spoke to her again. This time loudly. "Don't worry lady, there'll never be another war!" In reporting this event, as she had the many demonstrations and protests in which she participated during six decades of work for labor, civil rights and human rights causes, Myra Page focused on the personal, highlighting the irony of a Legion commander disclosing private feelings about war to a peace activist. This personal perspective has been at the core of Page's work, as a reformer and labor organizer in the 1920's, as a reporter for the labor press in the 1930's, and then as a writer of fiction. Her dual objectives have been to relate social conditions on a human scale and to place personal struggle within a framework of broader issues.******

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  • 1937 LUZENA STANLEY WILSON '49ER : MEMORIES Eucalyptus Press MILLS COLLEGE 1/500 by Correnah Wilson Wright 1937 LUZENA STANLEY WILSON '49ER : MEMORIES Eucalyptus Press MILLS COLLEGE 1/500
    Correnah Wilson Wright

    LUZENA STANLEY WILSON '49ER : MEMORIES RECALLED YEARS LATER FOR HER DAUGHTER Correnah Wilson Wright. Introduction by Francis P. Farquhar. Illustrations by Kathryn Uhl. Published by the Eucalyptus Press, MILLS COLLEGE, (Oakland) California, 1937. Limited Edition of only 500 copies. From the Colophon page (the last page): "500 Copies Designed & Printed at the Eucalyptus Press in the Month of April 1937". Hardcovers, cloth covered spine and paper covered boards, no dustjacket, 7.5x10 inches, 61 pages. VERY GOOD condition, some splitting to the front inner hinge, otherwise just lightly used, still tight, bright, clean and unmarked.

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  • 1944 PHOTO ALBUM of a U.S. CADET CORPS NURSE at MANHATTAN STATE HOSPITAL, WARD'S ISLAND by ADELL V. DAL PORTO 1944 PHOTO ALBUM of a U.S. CADET CORPS NURSE at MANHATTAN STATE HOSPITAL, WARD'S ISLAND
    ADELL V. DAL PORTO

    PHOTO ALBUM of ADELL V. DAL PORTO, a NURSE at the U.S. CADET NURSE CORPS, MANHATTAN STATE HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING, WARD'S ISLAND, NEW YORK. She was in the Class of 1947 and the photos that have dates written below them were all taken during the WORLD WAR II era years of 1944 and 1945. 135 snapshots of Adell and her friends, nurse colleagues, classmates, etc., both in and out of their nurse outfits, both at work and play. The snapshots seem to have been mostly taken at the School of Nursing, Ward's Island, New York, with some apparently taken in various other New York City locations. Many of the snapshots are annotated in white on the black album pages,…

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    PHOTO ALBUM of ADELL V. DAL PORTO, a NURSE at the U.S. CADET NURSE CORPS, MANHATTAN STATE HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING, WARD'S ISLAND, NEW YORK. She was in the Class of 1947 and the photos that have dates written below them were all taken during the WORLD WAR II era years of 1944 and 1945. 135 snapshots of Adell and her friends, nurse colleagues, classmates, etc., both in and out of their nurse outfits, both at work and play. The snapshots seem to have been mostly taken at the School of Nursing, Ward's Island, New York, with some apparently taken in various other New York City locations. Many of the snapshots are annotated in white on the black album pages, some with first names, some full names, some with places, some with dates, some with names places and dates, etc. Bound in a hardcover "Kodak Library" photo album, 7x9 inches, 50 album leaves (100 pages). Photos are mounted with photo corners on each side of the leaves (i.e. the photos are easily removed). The 135 snapshots are 2.5x3.5 inches, some 3.5x4.5, a few larger, a few smaller. Approximately 1/3 (maybe more) of the photos that were originally in the album are missing, either they fell out at some point or were removed (i.e. only their photo corners remain), but, again, 135 photos are present. Condition: The album leaves are bound into the album with two metal brackets one of which has broken, so the leaves are held in place mainly with the lower bracket. The photographs are mostly sharp, bright, clean and clear, though some have lightly faded with age. The handwritten information is clear and fully legible. The album covers are shaky at the spine but are still solid. An interesting insider's look at the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps, Manhattan State Hospital School of Nursing, Ward's Island, New York, during 1944 and 1945.

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  • 1944 SGT. ROBERT BURNS U.S. Army SCRAPBOOK Kept by GIRLFRIEND - Includes his STRIPES and INSIGNIA 1944 SGT. ROBERT BURNS U.S. Army SCRAPBOOK Kept by GIRLFRIEND - Includes his STRIPES and INSIGNIA

    SGT. ROBERT BURNS, U.S. ARMY, 1944. A SCRAPBOOK kept by his GIRLFRIEND, filled with cards, photos, ephemera, and momentos including his uniform STRIPES & INSIGNIA. The Girlfriend was MISS HELEN TADDIE of 661 London Street, San Francisco, as is written on some of the envelopes. Compiled by the girlfriend of Sgt. Robert Burns, mainly during 1944 but with a few items dating from 1941 to 1945. It contains birthday cards he sent to her, 24 snapshots most of which have "Bob" in his uniform with his girlfriend and various family members but none of scenes of war, training, or military camps; telegrams informing her of his various locations, five original stripes and insignia consisting of: PFC stripe, T. CPL. stripe,…

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    SGT. ROBERT BURNS, U.S. ARMY, 1944. A SCRAPBOOK kept by his GIRLFRIEND, filled with cards, photos, ephemera, and momentos including his uniform STRIPES & INSIGNIA. The Girlfriend was MISS HELEN TADDIE of 661 London Street, San Francisco, as is written on some of the envelopes. Compiled by the girlfriend of Sgt. Robert Burns, mainly during 1944 but with a few items dating from 1941 to 1945. It contains birthday cards he sent to her, 24 snapshots most of which have "Bob" in his uniform with his girlfriend and various family members but none of scenes of war, training, or military camps; telegrams informing her of his various locations, five original stripes and insignia consisting of: PFC stripe, T. CPL. stripe, T SGT. stripe, 99th Division Insignia, and 7th Division Insignia, a couple more snapshots of her "Honey", some lovey-dovey items she kept and put in the scrapbook including what appears to be a lipstick stained handkerchief with the annotation "Last night Bob spent with me", a "Good Conduct Pass" from "Robert F. Burns" while in Co. D, 394th Infantry, a couple handwritten letters, various small notes and mementos. The last page is a clipped newspaper article with the headline V-E; underneath is handwritten "I hope this brings my honey home." Large format scrapbook, vinyl covers, cord bound, 12x14 inches. 23 inner sheets with items mounted on one side only. FAIR condition, most of the scrapbook sheets are loose, some have chips, tears and wear to the edges, there is light foxing here and there, the items themselves are in GOOD condition, still solid, bright, and clear. I wonder if Miss Helen Taddie and her "Honey" Sgt. Robert Burns ever got married, or if their Great Love ended along with the Great War. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This item will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • 1960 KRISTIN Unproduced SCREENPLAY by ERNEST PASCAL of SIGRID UNDSET Novel KRISTIN LAVRANSDATTER by Ernest Pascal, Sigrid Undset 1960 KRISTIN Unproduced SCREENPLAY by ERNEST PASCAL of SIGRID UNDSET Novel KRISTIN LAVRANSDATTER
    Ernest Pascal, Sigrid Undset

    KRISTIN. Screenplay by ERNEST PASCAL. From the Novel KRISTIN LAVRANSDATTER by SIGRID UNDSET. The screenplay is undated but perhaps circa 1960 (Ernest Pascal died in 1966). The novel Kristin Lavransdatter was first published in 1921 and has been in print ever since. This screenplay by Ernest Pascal was never produced. The only film of the novel that I am aware of is a 1995 Swedish Film directed by Liv Ullmann. That film, in Swedish, has no relation to this screenplay. Photocopied on plain white paper (photo offset copies were, and still are, common among production and working scripts; drafts could be quickly made and sent to the film's writers, producers, directors, etc.), 8.5x11 inches, 170 pages printed on one side…

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    KRISTIN. Screenplay by ERNEST PASCAL. From the Novel KRISTIN LAVRANSDATTER by SIGRID UNDSET. The screenplay is undated but perhaps circa 1960 (Ernest Pascal died in 1966). The novel Kristin Lavransdatter was first published in 1921 and has been in print ever since. This screenplay by Ernest Pascal was never produced. The only film of the novel that I am aware of is a 1995 Swedish Film directed by Liv Ullmann. That film, in Swedish, has no relation to this screenplay. Photocopied on plain white paper (photo offset copies were, and still are, common among production and working scripts; drafts could be quickly made and sent to the film's writers, producers, directors, etc.), 8.5x11 inches, 170 pages printed on one side only, pages are 3-hole punched and bound in heavy stock yellow paper covers with 2 brass brads. VERY GOOD condition, the covers have some light soiling and edgewear, otherwise the script is tight, bright, clean and unmarked. RARE and UNUSUAL screenplay by ERNEST PASCAL of KRISTIN LAVRANSDATTER.

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  • 1965 San Francisco Bay Area BRIDAL GUIDE w/ Miss California Cover + Regional Ads 1965 San Francisco Bay Area BRIDAL GUIDE w/ Miss California Cover + Regional Ads

    BRIDAL GUIDE SPRING 1965 - SERVING BAY AREA BRIDES EXCLUSIVELY. The front cover features: Miss California as a Cabana Bride, Gown by I. Magnin. Softcovers, plastic spiral bound, 8.5x11 inches, 112 pages, tabbed sections. The "Guest List" pages have been filled with 54 names and the gifts they gave. The other sections with blanks to be filled in appear to be unused. Otherwise GOOD condition, some corner creases and light signs of handling and wear, still tight, bright, and clean. Illustrated with drawings, some photos, and nice ads from the likes of Gumps, Shreve & Co., I. Magnin.

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  • 1970 AP Wirephoto of ONLY FEMALE PRIZE FIGHT MANAGER IN CALIFORNIA with BOXER by GRACE LUNDEEN, QUINCEY DANIELS 1970 AP Wirephoto of ONLY FEMALE PRIZE FIGHT MANAGER IN CALIFORNIA with BOXER
    GRACE LUNDEEN, QUINCEY DANIELS

    Original 1970 AP Wirephoto of GRACE LUNDEEN and her prize fighter QUINCEY DANIELS. 7.5x9.75 inches, including caption. Captioned as follows: "FEMALE FIGHT MANAGER. Mrs. William (Grace) Lundeen, only female prize fight manager in California, works with her fighter, Quincey Daniels, at punching bag. AP WIREPHOTO. 1970." Condition: The image is bright and clear, the caption is fading but legible, the backside has browned and has brown stains (from processing?). Light signs of handling.

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  • 1971 FEMMES DE COREE / COMMUNIST WOMEN OF NORTH KOREA Rare Illustrated Magazine 1971 FEMMES DE COREE / COMMUNIST WOMEN OF NORTH KOREA Rare Illustrated Magazine

    FEMMES DE COREE (WOMEN OF KOREA) Issue NUMBER 1, 1971. The First and apparently Only Issue of this magazine on NORTH KOREAN COMMUNIST WOMEN. Features North Korean Women singing the praises of Kim Il Sung and Communism, 1971. Produced and Published by Le Comite Central de l'Union Democratique des Femmes (Central Committee of the Democratic Union of Women), PYONGYANG, KOREA, 1971. Magazine, side stapled, 8.5x11.5 inches (22x28.5 cm), 64 pages. TEXT IN FRENCH. Illustrated with photographs, including an 8 page photographic section and other in text photos. Includes an eight page section of photographs of women singing (literally) the praises of Kim Il Sung and the communist dictatorship, lots of parades too. GOOD condition, some light creases and general signs…

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    FEMMES DE COREE (WOMEN OF KOREA) Issue NUMBER 1, 1971. The First and apparently Only Issue of this magazine on NORTH KOREAN COMMUNIST WOMEN. Features North Korean Women singing the praises of Kim Il Sung and Communism, 1971. Produced and Published by Le Comite Central de l'Union Democratique des Femmes (Central Committee of the Democratic Union of Women), PYONGYANG, KOREA, 1971. Magazine, side stapled, 8.5x11.5 inches (22x28.5 cm), 64 pages. TEXT IN FRENCH. Illustrated with photographs, including an 8 page photographic section and other in text photos. Includes an eight page section of photographs of women singing (literally) the praises of Kim Il Sung and the communist dictatorship, lots of parades too. GOOD condition, some light creases and general signs of handling, overall tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. Sections include: Rapport d'Activité du Comité Central au IVe Congrès de L'Union Démocratique des Femmes de Corée (Report of the Activities of the Central Committee at the Fourth Congress of the Democratic Union of Women of Korea); L'Appel Lancé Aux Femmes Sud Coréennes (An Appeal to South Korean Women); La Lettre à l'Adresse des Femmes Coréennes Résidant au Japon (Letter Addressed to Korean Women Living in Japan); L'Atrocité Diabolique du Loup, Impérialiste Américain (Diabolical Atrocities of the Wolf, the American Imperialist); and more. SCARCE. This is the only copy I have ever seen.

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  • 1977 WANDA COLEMAN African American L.A. FEMALE POET Her FIRST Publication SIGNED & INSCRIBED by Wanda Coleman 1977 WANDA COLEMAN African American L.A. FEMALE POET Her FIRST Publication SIGNED & INSCRIBED
    Wanda Coleman

    SPARROW 59: ART IN THE COURT OF THE BLUE FAG, by WANDA COLEMAN. This is the FIRST PUBLISHED WORK by Wanda Coleman. Published by BLACK SPARROW PRESS, Santa Barbara, California, 1977. SIGNED and Wonderfully INSCRIBED by WANDA COLEMAN to her friends Celia, Greg and Patrick Ross. Her INSCRIPTION tells the story of her ASSOCIATION with JOHN MARTIN, the Founder of BLACK SPARROW PRESS: "John Martin published this as a trial, to see if people would buy my work. / Then it took (?) a decade to sell out the printing of my first big book. I couldn't get the reviews I needed. / Tough Luck. / Wanda / To Celia, Greg and Patrick Ross". Chapbook / Booklet, paper covers, side…

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    SPARROW 59: ART IN THE COURT OF THE BLUE FAG, by WANDA COLEMAN. This is the FIRST PUBLISHED WORK by Wanda Coleman. Published by BLACK SPARROW PRESS, Santa Barbara, California, 1977. SIGNED and Wonderfully INSCRIBED by WANDA COLEMAN to her friends Celia, Greg and Patrick Ross. Her INSCRIPTION tells the story of her ASSOCIATION with JOHN MARTIN, the Founder of BLACK SPARROW PRESS: "John Martin published this as a trial, to see if people would buy my work. / Then it took (?) a decade to sell out the printing of my first big book. I couldn't get the reviews I needed. / Tough Luck. / Wanda / To Celia, Greg and Patrick Ross". Chapbook / Booklet, paper covers, side stapled, 6x9.5 inches, 16 pages including covers. The back cover has a list of "Current Publications" by Black Sparrow Press, the first listed book being LOVE IS A DOG FROM HELL by CHARLES BUKOWSKI. Black Sparrow was offering a signed cloth edition for $17.50. FINE condition, sharp edged, clean and bright. About WANDA COLEMAN (from Wikipedia): ******Wanda Coleman, b. 1946 d. 2013, was an African American poet, critic, and dramatist. She was known as the "L.A. Blueswoman" and the "unofficial poet laureate of Los Angeles". Wanda Evans was born in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, where she grew up during the 1950s and 1960s. Shortly after finishing high school, she married white Southerner Charles Coleman, a troubleshooter for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in the 1960s. They had two children, Luanda and Anthony. She went on to marry two more times. Her third husband was poet Austin Straus, whom she married in 1981. Coleman received fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the California Arts Council (in fiction and in poetry). She was the first C.O.L.A. Literary Fellow (Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, 2003). Her honors included an Emmy in Daytime Drama writing, the 1999 Lenore Marshall Prize (for Bathwater Wine), and a nomination for the 2001 National Book Awards (for Mercurochrome). She was a finalist for California poet laureate (2005). While critically acclaimed for her poetry and writing, Coleman's brush with notoriety came as a result of an unfavorable review she wrote in the April 14, 2002, issue of the Los Angeles Times Book Review of Maya Angelou's book A Song Flung Up to Heaven. Coleman found the book to be "small and inauthentic, without ideas, wisdom or vision". Coleman's review provoked negative responses, including the cancellation of events and the rescinding of invitations. Her account of this incident appears in the September 16, 2002, edition of The Nation. "In our post 9/11 America, where unwarranted suspicions and the fear of terrorism threaten to overwhelm long-coveted individual freedoms, a book review seems rather insignificant, until the twin specters of censorship and oppression are raised. What has made our nation great, despite its tortuous history steeped in slavery, are those who have persisted in honoring those freedoms, starting with the Constitution and its amendments. It is this striving toward making those freedoms available to every citizen, regardless of race, creed, color, gender or origin, that makes the rest of the insanity tolerable. It is what allows me to voice my opinion, be it praise, song or dissent, no matter who disagrees."****** About JOHN MARTIN (who is referred to in the inscription) and His BLACK SPARROW PRESS (from Wikipedia): ******John Martin (born 1930) is an American publisher who founded the renowned Black Sparrow Press in 1966. As a publisher, he is best known for his work with such writers as Charles Bukowski, John Fante and Paul Bowles. Martin had been a book collector since the age of twenty, eventually amassing a collection of D. H. Lawrence first editions, which he sold to UC Santa Barbara in 1966 for $50,000 to fund the founding of Black Sparrow Press. In his career, Martin was known as a champion of underground and ava

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  • 1979 CELEBRATE BLACK WOMANHOOD Laney College POSTER by INKWORKS PRESS Berkeley 1979 CELEBRATE BLACK WOMANHOOD Laney College POSTER by INKWORKS PRESS Berkeley

    CELEBRATE BLACK WOMANHOOD : A BLACK WOMEN'S CONFERENCE. September 22, 1979. Laney College. POSTER. Printed in black on white paper. It measures 17x22.5 inches. The poster was printed by INKWORKS PRESS. Its small Union Mark is printed at the bottom right corner. Though not stated, the poster was drawn by SARITA JOHNSON and printed for LANEY COLLEGE in 1979. An image of, and information about, this poster can be found on the Inkworks Press online archives. (Inkworks Press, Berkeley, was an important radical and socially active press that was founded in 1974. It only recently closed its doors for ever.) VERY GOOD condition, there is some light age toning to the white border; there are some corner tip creases and…

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    CELEBRATE BLACK WOMANHOOD : A BLACK WOMEN'S CONFERENCE. September 22, 1979. Laney College. POSTER. Printed in black on white paper. It measures 17x22.5 inches. The poster was printed by INKWORKS PRESS. Its small Union Mark is printed at the bottom right corner. Though not stated, the poster was drawn by SARITA JOHNSON and printed for LANEY COLLEGE in 1979. An image of, and information about, this poster can be found on the Inkworks Press online archives. (Inkworks Press, Berkeley, was an important radical and socially active press that was founded in 1974. It only recently closed its doors for ever.) VERY GOOD condition, there is some light age toning to the white border; there are some corner tip creases and a few small edge scrapes; the lithograph was stored rolled and there are some light creases from having been thus stored. The poster will be sent safely rolled in a sturdy mailing tube.

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  • 1983 LAURA RIDING JACKSON SIGNED SPECIALLY BOUND Lord John Press PUBLISHER'S COPY by Laura Riding Jackson 1983 LAURA RIDING JACKSON SIGNED SPECIALLY BOUND Lord John Press PUBLISHER'S COPY
    Laura Riding Jackson

    SOME COMMUNICATIONS OF BROAD REFERENCE, by LAURA RIDING JACKSON. This is the RARE PUBLISHER'S COPY kept by HERB YELLIN, owner of the Lord John Press. It is SPECIALLY BOUND in the manner of the 26 lettered copy, but printed prior to the lettered copies with the statement "Publisher's Copy" on the Colophon Page (the last page). Reportedly this book came from the estate of Herb Yellin who died in 2014. SIGNED by LAURA RIDING JACKSON on the half title page. Published by the Lord John Press, Northridge, California, 1983. First Edition. Specially Bound in handmade marbled paper covered boards with a cloth covered spine lettered in gilt, no dustjacket as issued, 6.5x9.5", 30 pages plus several prelim pages and the…

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    SOME COMMUNICATIONS OF BROAD REFERENCE, by LAURA RIDING JACKSON. This is the RARE PUBLISHER'S COPY kept by HERB YELLIN, owner of the Lord John Press. It is SPECIALLY BOUND in the manner of the 26 lettered copy, but printed prior to the lettered copies with the statement "Publisher's Copy" on the Colophon Page (the last page). Reportedly this book came from the estate of Herb Yellin who died in 2014. SIGNED by LAURA RIDING JACKSON on the half title page. Published by the Lord John Press, Northridge, California, 1983. First Edition. Specially Bound in handmade marbled paper covered boards with a cloth covered spine lettered in gilt, no dustjacket as issued, 6.5x9.5", 30 pages plus several prelim pages and the Colophon Page. NEAR FINE condition, a thin 1" scrape to top edge of the cloth of the front spine fold, overall tight, bright and clean. A lovely copy. An interesting book of short letters, talks and essays by Laura Riding Jackson from 1973 to 1982. Scarce Copy of the Specially Bound SIGNED PUBLISHER'S COPY.

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  • 1983 UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY of a TRUMAN CAPOTE STORY by DONNA KANTER while at the American Film Institute Directing Workshop For Women by Donna Kanter, Susan Best, Truman Capote 1983 UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY of a TRUMAN CAPOTE STORY by DONNA KANTER while at the American Film Institute Directing Workshop For Women
    Donna Kanter, Susan Best, Truman Capote

    CHILDREN ON THEIR BIRTHDAYS. An UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY Adapted for the Screen by DONNA KANTER and SUSAN BEST, from the Short Story by TRUMAN CAPOTE. This screenplay was DONNA KANTER'S 1983 DIRECTOR'S PROJECT while in the AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE (AFI) DIRECTING WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN. She was in the class of 1982-1984. The screenplay is a First Draft dated July 23, 1983. Photocopied on plain 8.5x11 inch paper, stapled at the upper corner, 34 pages plus a title page, printed on one side only. GOOD MINUS condition, the first and last pages have creases and soiling, there are numerous staple holes at the upper left corner (though only one staple currently holds the pages together), some pages are dog eared at their…

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    CHILDREN ON THEIR BIRTHDAYS. An UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY Adapted for the Screen by DONNA KANTER and SUSAN BEST, from the Short Story by TRUMAN CAPOTE. This screenplay was DONNA KANTER'S 1983 DIRECTOR'S PROJECT while in the AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE (AFI) DIRECTING WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN. She was in the class of 1982-1984. The screenplay is a First Draft dated July 23, 1983. Photocopied on plain 8.5x11 inch paper, stapled at the upper corner, 34 pages plus a title page, printed on one side only. GOOD MINUS condition, the first and last pages have creases and soiling, there are numerous staple holes at the upper left corner (though only one staple currently holds the pages together), some pages are dog eared at their top or bottom corner, and their are general signs of handling and use; still a complete copy of an interesting screenplay resulting from the AFI's attempts to get more women into film directing. Though this early, student screenplay was never filmed, its creation at the AFI Directing Workshop for Women certainly had an impact on Donna Kanter. She later established a successful Television and Film Production Company, The Donna Kanter Company. About the AFI DIRECTING WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN (from the AFI site): ******Since 1974, the AFI Directing Workshop for Women has trained hundreds of women in the art of screen directing. Below are the alumnae from each cycle since the start of the program... (CLASS OF 1982-1984 includes Donna Kanter)... Distinguished DWW alumnae include Maya Angelou, Anne Bancroft, Neema Barnette, Tricia Brock, Ellen Burstyn, Rebecca Cammisa, Dyan Cannon, Hanelle Culpepper, Jan Eliasberg, Naomi Foner, Jennifer Getzinger, Lyn Goldfarb, Randa Haines, Victoria Hochberg, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Lesli Linka Glatter, Lynne Littman, Matia Karrell, Nancy Malone, Becky Smith, Cicely Tyson and Joanne Woodward.******

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  • 1997 LETTERS TO OUR MOTHERS by 75 MODERN WOMEN WRITERS - SIGNED by TEN of the Contributors - First Edition by edited by Constance Warloff 1997 LETTERS TO OUR MOTHERS by 75 MODERN WOMEN WRITERS - SIGNED by TEN of the Contributors - First Edition
    edited by Constance Warloff

    I'VE ALWAYS MEANT TO TELL YOU: LETTERS TO OUR MOTHERS An Anthology of CONTEMPORARY WOMEN WRITERS, edited by Constance Warloff. From the dustjacket flap: "In this extraordinary collection of original letters written especially for this volume, more than seventy five distinguished daughters speak to their mothers, both living and deceased, with messages that come straight from the heart... novelists, poets, essayists, humorists, journalists, many mothers and grandmothers themselves... each writing in her own distinctive voice... share secret sorrows, joys, hurt, anger and understanding..." This copy is SIGNED by TEN CONTRIBUTORS: LINDA PASTAN, MARY HEBERT, ANNE D. LECLAIRE, DAWN RAFFEL, ENID SHOMER, LOUISE FARMER SMITH, MEG BELICHICK, JANE REAVILL RANSOM, CONSTANCE WARLOE and HILMA WOLITZER. All of the TEN HAND SIGNATURES…

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    I'VE ALWAYS MEANT TO TELL YOU: LETTERS TO OUR MOTHERS An Anthology of CONTEMPORARY WOMEN WRITERS, edited by Constance Warloff. From the dustjacket flap: "In this extraordinary collection of original letters written especially for this volume, more than seventy five distinguished daughters speak to their mothers, both living and deceased, with messages that come straight from the heart... novelists, poets, essayists, humorists, journalists, many mothers and grandmothers themselves... each writing in her own distinctive voice... share secret sorrows, joys, hurt, anger and understanding..." This copy is SIGNED by TEN CONTRIBUTORS: LINDA PASTAN, MARY HEBERT, ANNE D. LECLAIRE, DAWN RAFFEL, ENID SHOMER, LOUISE FARMER SMITH, MEG BELICHICK, JANE REAVILL RANSOM, CONSTANCE WARLOE and HILMA WOLITZER. All of the TEN HAND SIGNATURES are on the half title page. You can read about each of these women in various places on the Internet. In addition to the Women Writers named above, the book includes such gifted women writers as: Rosellen Brown, Pam Houston, Rita Dove, Ellen Gilchrist, Ntozake Shange, Carol Shields, Joyce Carol Oates, Marge Piercy, Barbara Kingsolver, Andrea Barrett, and many others. Each contribution includes a photograph of the author, usually with her mother, brief biographical information on the mother and daughter, an original letter from daughter to mother written uniquely for this volume, and a facsimile signature (at the end of each letter). Published by Pocket Books / Simon & Schuster, New York, 1997. First Edition, First Printing, with the number line starting at 1. Hardcover Book in Dustjacket, 5.5x8.5 inches, 504 pages. Illustrated with b&w photographs of the contributors. Condition: VERY GOOD book, the covers have a tiny bump at the bottom corner tips, there is an ISBN sticker on the rear pastedown, overall tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in a VERY GOOD dustjacket that has some light spine end creasing. A lovely copy. The SIGNATURES of TEN CONTRIBUTING DAUGHTERS makes this copy rather special.

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  • ELISABETTA GONZAGA & ISABELLA D'ESTE Two INFLUENTIAL ITALIAN RENAISSANCE WOMEN by Alessandro Luzio and Rodolfo Renier ELISABETTA GONZAGA & ISABELLA D'ESTE Two INFLUENTIAL ITALIAN RENAISSANCE WOMEN
    Alessandro Luzio and Rodolfo Renier

    MANTOVA E URBINO (1471-1539): ELISABETTA GONZAGA ED ISABELLA D'ESTE Nelle RELAZIONI FAMIGLIARI e Nelle

    VICENDE POLITICHE, Narrazione Storica Documentada de Alessandro Luzio e Rodolfo Renier. (MANTUA and URBINO 1471-1539: ELISABETTA GONZAGA

    and ISABELLA D'ESTE - FAMILY RELATIONS and POLITICAL AFFAIRS, a Documented History by Alessandro Luzio and Rodolfo Renier.) Originally published in Rome in 1893 in an edition of 300 copies, THIS EDITION published by ARNALDO FORNI EDITORE, ITALY, 1976. Softcover Book in Printed Paper Dustwrapper, 6x8.5 inches, XV +333 pages. TEXT IN ITALIAN. VERY GOOD condition, just lightly used, still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. This 1976 ITALIAN EDITION published in ITALY is hard to find. About ELISABETTA GONZAGA (from Wikipedia): ******Elisabetta Gonzaga, b. 1471 d. 1526, was a…

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    MANTOVA E URBINO (1471-1539): ELISABETTA GONZAGA ED ISABELLA D'ESTE Nelle RELAZIONI FAMIGLIARI e Nelle

    VICENDE POLITICHE, Narrazione Storica Documentada de Alessandro Luzio e Rodolfo Renier. (MANTUA and URBINO 1471-1539: ELISABETTA GONZAGA

    and ISABELLA D'ESTE - FAMILY RELATIONS and POLITICAL AFFAIRS, a Documented History by Alessandro Luzio and Rodolfo Renier.) Originally published in Rome in 1893 in an edition of 300 copies, THIS EDITION published by ARNALDO FORNI EDITORE, ITALY, 1976. Softcover Book in Printed Paper Dustwrapper, 6x8.5 inches, XV +333 pages. TEXT IN ITALIAN. VERY GOOD condition, just lightly used, still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. This 1976 ITALIAN EDITION published in ITALY is hard to find. About ELISABETTA GONZAGA (from Wikipedia): ******Elisabetta Gonzaga, b. 1471 d. 1526, was a noblewoman of the Italian Renaissance, renowned for her cultured and virtuous life. A member of the House of Gonzaga, she was a sister of Francesco II Gonzaga, Marquess of Mantua and by marriage the Duchess of Urbino. Because her husband, Duke Guidobaldo da Montefeltro, was impotent, Elisabetta never had children of her own, but did adopt her husband's nephew and heir, Francesco Maria I della Rovere.****** About ISABELLA D'ESTE (from Wikipedia): ******Isabella d'Este, b. 1474 b. 1539, was Marquess of Mantua and one of the leading women of the Italian Renaissance as a major cultural and political figure. She was a patron of the arts as well as a leader of fashion, whose innovative style of dressing was copied by women throughout Italy and at the French court. The poet Ariosto labeled her as the "liberal and magnanimous Isabella", while author Matteo Bandello described her as having been "supreme among women". Diplomat Niccolò da Correggio went even further by hailing her as "The First Lady of the world".******

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  • EVANGELICAL TRACT on FORNICATION, SEX IN MARRIAGE, BODY SANCTIFICATION, VIRGINS by LENA REA EVANGELICAL TRACT on FORNICATION, SEX IN MARRIAGE, BODY SANCTIFICATION, VIRGINS
    LENA REA

    SHOULD SONS OF GOD MARRY DAUGHTERS OF MEN?, by LENA REA, a Church of Christ Evangelist.

    Revised edition, distributed by Book World, Jenks, Oklahoma, 1966.

    Softcovers, booklet, side stapled, 5.5x8 inches, 80 pages.

    Chapters include: Types of Fornication; Law of Body Sanctification; Concerning Virgins, Adulterous and Fornicatious Marriages, and more!

    Basically a holier than thou tract on how to avoid birthing little devils (i.e. what fornication and sex outside of marriage or in a post divorce marriage create) and how to birth a bunch of little holy spirits (what sanctified, married only once, virginal sex create).

    GOOD condition, the covers have some edge wear and rubs, the rear cover has a small stain at its bottom spine corner; the…

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    SHOULD SONS OF GOD MARRY DAUGHTERS OF MEN?, by LENA REA, a Church of Christ Evangelist.

    Revised edition, distributed by Book World, Jenks, Oklahoma, 1966.

    Softcovers, booklet, side stapled, 5.5x8 inches, 80 pages.

    Chapters include: Types of Fornication; Law of Body Sanctification; Concerning Virgins, Adulterous and Fornicatious Marriages, and more!

    Basically a holier than thou tract on how to avoid birthing little devils (i.e. what fornication and sex outside of marriage or in a post divorce marriage create) and how to birth a bunch of little holy spirits (what sanctified, married only once, virginal sex create).

    GOOD condition, the covers have some edge wear and rubs, the rear cover has a small stain at its bottom spine corner; the title page has the ink stamp of "Book World / Jenks, OK" and a small price sticker with the price blacked out; overall a solid, complete copy with pages that are tight, bright, clean and unmarked (kind of like what this booklet says women should be).

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  • First NINE ISSUES of THE FLANNERY O'CONNOR BULLETIN 1972-1980 by Flannery O'Connor, et al First NINE ISSUES of THE FLANNERY O'CONNOR BULLETIN 1972-1980
    Flannery O'Connor, et al

    First NINE ISSUES of the FLANNERY O'CONNOR BULLETIN. Published by Georgia College, Milledgeville Georgia, 1972-1980. All are first editions. Softcovers, 5.5x7.5 inches. Most issues seem to run over 100 pages, with a range of 65 to 135 pages. The volumes feature essays on Flannery O'Connor and her work. The 9 bulletins are in GOOD condition, there is a crease to the upper corner of the first five issues, otherwise all the issues are just lightly used and still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. These first, early issues of the Flannery O'Connor Bulletin are hard to find. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: These 9 bulletins will be heavy to ship and will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will…

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    First NINE ISSUES of the FLANNERY O'CONNOR BULLETIN. Published by Georgia College, Milledgeville Georgia, 1972-1980. All are first editions. Softcovers, 5.5x7.5 inches. Most issues seem to run over 100 pages, with a range of 65 to 135 pages. The volumes feature essays on Flannery O'Connor and her work. The 9 bulletins are in GOOD condition, there is a crease to the upper corner of the first five issues, otherwise all the issues are just lightly used and still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. These first, early issues of the Flannery O'Connor Bulletin are hard to find. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: These 9 bulletins will be heavy to ship and will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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