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THE HISTORY OF THE WOMAN'S CLUB MOVEMENT IN AMERICA.; Published under the authority of the Council of the General Federation of Woman's Clubs of America

CROLY, Mrs. J[ennie] C. (Jennie June)

Published by Henry G. Allen, NY, 1898
From Second Life Books, Inc. (Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.)

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4to, pp. xi,1184. lIlustrated with photographs. With a reproduction of a holograph dedication. Maroon cloth, stamped in gilt. Front hinge tender, rear starting. Cover little worn at corners and ends of spine. VG. Born in England, Croly (1829-1901)moved to Poughkeepsie, NY in 1841. She wrote a newspaper column in New York and by 1857 was probably the first woman syndicated columnist. "Throughout her career as a journalist, "Jennie June" dedicated herself to the betterment of her sex"[NAW]. After founding Sorosis, a club of woman writers, with Alice Cary as it's first President, Croly was instrumental in establishing the General Federation of Woman's Clubs. See NAW. Bookseller Inventory # 50019

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Publisher: Henry G. Allen, NY

Publication Date: 1898

Edition: First Edition.

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