- Keyword = Women's Studies
Frontier Feminist: Clarina Howard Nichols and the Politics of Motherhood
University Press of Kansas, 2010. ISBN: 9780700617289.
A very good copy in a very good dust jacket.Book ID: 263719More details Price: $16.00
Traces of Matriarchy in Germanic Hero-Lore (University of Wisconsin Studies in Language and Literature 9)
Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1920. 77 pages. ISBN: B000WERWLE.
First edition (first printing). A near fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Pages are uncut.Book ID: 263707More details Price: $12.00
Against Our Will: Men, Women, and Rape
Ballantine Books, 1993. ISBN: 9780449908204.
RemainderBook ID: 229369More details Price: $5.00
Made from This Earth: An Anthology of Writings
HarperCollins Publishers, 1982. ISBN: 9780060909956.
Very GoodBook ID: 166424More details Price: $8.10
The Female Eunuch.
Mcgraw-Hill, 1971. ISBN: 9780070243729.
Very GoodBook ID: 158504More details Price: $10.63
Feed a Fighter in '44! Another Way to Server. Join the U.S. Crop Corps or the Woman's Land Army
New York: Farm Office, United States Employment Service of the War Manpower Commission, [1944?]. Six-panel brochure. 3-1/2 by 8 inches when folded. A recruiting brochure encouraging women to work on farms in New York state. Not located in OCLC. ISBN: 281AIB1017607.
Very good condition.Book ID: 78608More details Price: $25.00
I've Found the Job Where I Fit Best. Find Your War Job in Industry - Agriculture - Business
Washington, DC: Office of War Information, 1943. 22-1/4 by 16 inches. OWI Poster no. 55. Poster depicting a woman in a headscarf and uniform operates a machine, perhaps a lathe. Despite the vast number of posters issued by government agencies during the Second World War, this is one of the few depicting women doing traditionally male jobs, like manufacturing. Not much has been written about the artist, but he produced many magazine and advertising illustrations. ISBN: 281AIB1017649.
Small bit of loss to one corner, else a fine, bright example. Folded twice, for mailing, as issued. Laid down on a stiff, archival paper backing. [JSP02; JSP04]Book ID: 78833More details Price: $400.00
Typed Letter Signed and Photograph Signed
1985. A short, one-page letter responding to an autograph collector and sending him a 4-1/2 by 6-1/2 inch black-and-white photograph of herself. Liberia-Peters was the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Antilles from 1984 to 1986 and from 1988 to 1994. Liberia-Peters was the second woman to serve as Prime Minister of the island, following Lucina da Costa Gomez-Matheeuws, who served a few weeks in 1977, taking over when her husband died. ISBN: 281AIB1041144.
Letter folded for mailing, else near fine. Photograph also near fine.Book ID: 207339More details Price: $40.00
Let the Good Times Roll: Prostitution and the U.S. Military in Asia
New York: New Prress, 1992. 343 pages. ISBN: 9781565840492.
A fine copy in wrappers (paperback).Book ID: 114195More details Price: $12.50
Womankind: Beyond the Stereotypes (Second edition)
New York: Aldine Publishing Company, (1982). 188 pages. First published in 1971. This edition with a new preface and introduction by the author, and a new chapter. Outdated content has been omitted. ISBN: 9780202303000.
Minor edge wear else a fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Inscribed by the author on the half-title: "To Stephen Jay Gould / with respect / Nancy Reeves." From the Harvard office library of the paleontologist and leading advocate for evolution, Stephen Jay Gould.Book ID: 221591More details Price: $30.00
Lifting Heavy Weights in Defense Industries: Methods for Conserving Health of Women Workers (Special Bulletin no. 2)
Washington, DC: Women's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, 1942. 11 pages; with five vignette illustrations of women carrying loads. ISBN: 281AIB1023665.
Near fine in wrappers.Book ID: 104955More details Price: $31.25
The Nonworking Time of Industrial Women Workers: Study by Students of the Hudson Shore Labor School... (Bulletin no. 181)
Washington, DC: Women's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, 1940. 10 pages. ISBN: 281AIB1023670.
Very good to near fine in self-wrappers.Book ID: 104951More details Price: $18.75
The Occupational Progress of Women: An Interpretation of Census Statistics of Women in Gainful Occupations (Bulletin no. 27)
Washington, DC: Women's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, 1922. 37 pages. ISBN: 281AIB1023672.
First edition (first printing). Small library bookplate and withdrawn stamp on inside front cover, else near fine.Book ID: 104949More details Price: $25.00
For Love Or Money
New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1932. 271 pages plus ads. A romance novel in which a lawyer asks a young woman to marry a rich client, try the relationship out for one year with no obligation, and then decide to stay or go. This is the first of two novels by Corley, a New York magazine writer who later became a district supervisor of the Greensboro, North Carolina, Federal Writers’ Project (see Lesser-Known Writers blog). Corley (nee Works) met the aspiring writer and illustrator Donald Corley in 1916 and married him three days later. They split up within a year. ISBN: 281AIB1029010.
First edition (first printing; while normally a reprint house, in this case, according to copyright records, G&D was the first and only publisher). A very good copy in a very good dust jacket. Quite an attractive copy.Book ID: 132755More details Price: $93.75
Progress Report on Women War Workers' Housing (Special Bulletin no. 17)
Washington, DC: Women's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, 1943. 10 pages. ISBN: 281AIB1023669.
Small library bookplate and withdrawn stamp on inside front cover, else very good in self-wrappers.Book ID: 104952More details Price: $18.75