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The Journal of a Country Woman

Rogers, Emma Winner

Published by Eaton & Mains ; Jennings & Graham, 1912
Used Condition Very Good Hardcover
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Publisher's green cloth binding with gilt lettering and illustration of three dogs sitting on a door step in white. Rubbing, some soiling on front cover. 116 pages with 16 plates of black and white photographs. Emma Winter Rogers (1855-1922) was the wife of Henry Wade Rogers, the President of Northwestern University. She was the founder of Northwestern University Settlement, a charitable organization designed to provide resources to the poor and new immigrants. In this volume, she records her experiences and impressions of country life upon moving to her family's country house in the Hudson Valley of New Jersey. Bookseller Inventory # 016203


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Title: The Journal of a Country Woman

Publisher: Eaton & Mains ; Jennings & Graham

Publication Date: 1912

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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