Ex-library, interior good, covers poor. Interior: no folds, no foxing, small tear (1') on bottom of title page but otherwise no tears. Unmarked except for library pencil markings on title page. Suitable for rebinding. Covers: marbled boards with a good deal of edge and corner wear, spine has been taped over by library with red tape, covers loose but still attached. Library bookplate inside front cover; barcode on back. Frontispiece: impressive envgraving of Lucretia Mott with facsimile signature in good condition, with a small amount of wear at the corners and two small tears (1/4" and 1/8") on outside edge; engraving identifies this as originally a bound copy. From the title page:" March 25 to April 1 1888. Condensed from the stenographic report made by Mary F. Seymour and assistants, for the Woman's Tribune, published daily during the council.". Additional postage charges may be requested for domestic or international shipping of large books. You will be notified by email if extra charges are requested, or you may email us before you order for a shipping quote. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN...
Publication Date: 1888
Book Condition: Fair
Book Description Darby, Washington DC, 1888. First Edition. Large 8vo, pp. vii, 471.Appendix, index. Rust cloth, stamped in gilt. Frontis portrait of Lucretia Mott. Ex library, with bookplate and edge stamps. Hinges tender, owner's name on blank, cover scuffed at edges and spine, o/w VG. This meeting featured speeches and workshops on all aspects of female life: education, philanthropies, industries, temperance, professions, and organizations. Participants are a veritable who's who of the women active in the movement. Includes reports and speeches by Anna H. Shaw, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Ednah Cheney, Frances Willard, Mary Livermore, Helen Campbell, Julia Ward Howe, Abby M. Diaz, Matilda J. Gage, Lucy Stone, Harriet Robinson, Antoinette Blackwell, etc. Seller Inventory # 49753