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Tacha, Athena.

Process of Aging, The.

Process of Aging, The.

Tacha, Athena.

My Adolescent Loves.

My Adolescent Loves.

Tanguay, Eva.

LETTERS.

Tarbell, Ida M.

All in the Day's Work.

Inscribed to Malvinia Hoffman
Tarbell, Ida M. All in the Day's Work. An autobiography. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1939.
8vo.; frontispiece black and white portrait of Tarbell; seven other photographs of Tarbell throughout; lightly tanned at gutters; orange cloth; stamped in black and...

All in the Day’s Work.

Tarbell, Ida M.

LETTER: Typed letter signed, to Charles Ferguson.

A NEW PROGRESSIVE MAGAZINE
Tarbell, Ida. Typed letter signed, with autograph emendations, to Charles Ferguson,
December 19, 1907; one leaf, one page, The American Magazine letterhead.
Tarbell, whose 1904 exposé of Standard Oil had made her one of the nation's best-known
muckraking...

LETTER: Typed letter signed, to Charles Ferguson.

Temperence] West Virginia Woman's Temperance Union.

Railroad Leaflet, No. 2.

Railroad Leaflet, No. 2.

Terrell, Mary Church.

Progress of Colored Women, The.

Progress of Colored Women, The.

Tey, Josephine (as Daviot, Gordon).

Kif, An Unvarnished History.

Tey's first book, inscribed to her father.

Kif, An Unvarnished History.

Thaxter, Celia.

Poems. Slipcased with 8775.

1865 Manuscript of Her First Book
With an Extra-Illustrated Copy of the 13th Edition
Thaxter, Celia. Poems. August, 1865.
8vo.; manuscript; grey cloth.
Boxed together with:
Thaxter, Celia. Poems. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1885.
12mo.; with a black and white...

Thaxter, Celia.

Poems: Manuscript Notebook. Slipcased with 8700.

1865 Manuscript of Her First Book
With an Extra-Illustrated Copy of the 13th Edition
Thaxter, Celia. Poems. August, 1865.
8vo.; manuscript; grey cloth.
Boxed together with:
Thaxter, Celia. Poems. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1885.
12mo.; with a black and white...

Thaxter, Celia.

An Island Garden.

Thaxter, Celia. An Island Garden. With pictures and illuminations by Childe Hassam. Boston…: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1894.
8vo.; illustrated; illustrations offset onto facing tissue guards; hinges reinforced; contemporary owner's signature on front endpaper; t.e.g; white cloth, decoratively...

Thaxter, Celia.

Poems (2 copies).

Thaxter, Celia.

LETTER: ALS to Jewett.

Thaxter, Celia.

Among The Isles of Shoals.

Among The Isles of Shoals.

Theater]

I am a Woman Giving Birth to Myself.

[Theater] Poster: I Am a Woman Giving Birth to Myself. [Washington, New Jersey]: Times Change Press, 1973.
Theater poster, 17 x 22"; printed black on beige; "I am a woman giving birth to myself," the birth chant from Ellen's story, from It's All Right to be Woman Theatre; graphic by Marcia Salo...

I am a Woman Giving Birth to Myself.

Theater]

Kennedy's Children, Serenading Louie, Holiday.

Three plays from the library of Lindsay Crouse.

Kennedy’s Children, Serenading Louie, Holiday.

Theater] Brooklyn Histrionic Society (Mrs. L. L. Burnham)

ARCHIVE.

ARCHIVE.

Theater] Furniss, Grace Livingston.

Box of Monkeys, A, and other farce-comedies.

From A Prolific, If Obscure, Comedienne
[Theater]. Furniss, Grace Livingston. A Box Of Monkeys And Other Farce-Comedies. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1891.
8vo.; preliminaries lightly foxed; page edges dampstained; green cloth, stamped decoratively in gilt and dark green; light wear;...

Theater] Goldsmith, Myra B.

NYC Theater Scrapbook.

Theater] Inchbald, Mrs.

Child of Nature, The.

Translated by England's First Female Theater Critic
[Theater]. Inchbald, Mrs. (Elizabeth). The Child of Nature. A Dramatic Piece, in Four Acts. From the French of madame the Marchioness of Sillery, formerly Countess of Genlis. Performing at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. London: Printed for...

Child of Nature, The.

Theater] Isaacs, Edith J.R.

Negro in the American Theatre, The.

Isaacs, Edith J. R. The Negro in the American Theatre. New York: Theatre Arts, Inc., 1947.
Small 4to.; portrait frontispiece, with black and white photographs throughout; grey cloth; photographically illustrated yellow dust-jacket, lightly soiled and edgeworn.
First edition: #7471 of...

Theater] Medina, Louisa.

E[a]rnest Maltravers.

[Theater].  Medina, Miss Louisa. E[a]rnest Maltravers. A Drama, In Three Acts.  As Performed In All The Principal Theatres Throughout The United States. New York: Samuel French, [n.d.].
Slim 8vo.; occasional pencil notes; mustard printed wrappers, string-tied; light wear to tips.
First...

E[a]rnest Maltravers.

Theater] Vernon, Esme.

Scrapbook.

[Theater] Vernon, Esme.  Archive. Including photographs, programmes and various other ephemera. [c. 1920-1930].
Folio; 21 album leaves with numerous photographs and printed ephemera, some photo's loose, and tears to ephemera (where opened), edges of album leaves chipped (due to paperstock);...

Theater] Webster, Margaret, her copies. Shakespeare, William.

Five titles from the Temple Shakespeare: Shrew, Caesar, Othello, Hamlet, and Macbeth.

Theatre] Mowatt

Fashion.

A Social Comedy About New York Life and Fashion
[Theater]. Mowatt, Anna Cora.  Fashion; Or, Life in New York.  A Comedy in Five Acts. With case of characters, stage business, costumes, relative positions, &c., &c. New York: Samuel French, [1849].  
Small 8vo.; green and white...

Thomas, Caitlin.

Manuscript notebook.

 Thomas, Caitlin. Autograph manuscript notebook. The Boathouse, Laugharne. Ca. mid-1950s.
12mo.; lined pages; printed wrappers; 41 pp. in ink.
Autograph manuscript by Dylan Thomas's wife Caitlin, with significant autograph revisions and deletions, about herself and her life with Dylan,...

Thomas, Caitlin.

LETTERS: 5 ALS to David Loughee; 1 ALS to Gabriel Pustel.

1] "Already I am feeling nostalgic for the Shrimp, the Rye, the White Horse, the seductive stores,
the dazzling lights, and all things bright and beautiful."
Autograph letter signed, "Caitlin" to David Lougée ("Boy David"), Boathouse, Laugharne, March 7,
1952; three leaves of lined binder...

Thomas, Mrs. Mary Bentley

Testimony from the Governors of the Four Free States.

Thomas, Mrs. Mary Bentley. Testimony from the Governors of the Four Free States. N.P, n.d.
Broadside, 10.5 X 6"; light creases from folding.
Reprints the letters by Mrs. Mary Bentley Thomas of Maryland, to the Governors of Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, and Colorado. The four Governors which Thomas...

Thompson, Dorothy.

Call to Action, A.

Call to Action, A.

Thompson, Dorothy.

MANUSCRIPT: Manuscript Notebook, Russian 1927; together with TYPESCRIPT: "Is America a Woman’s Paradise" typescript essay.

Dorothy Thompson's
Notes On Her 1927 Trip To Russia
With Typescript Draft Of Her Essay "Is America A Woman's Paradise?"
Thompson, Dorothy. Notes On Her 1927 Trip To Russia, With Typescript Draft Of Her Essay "Is America A Woman's Paradise?" N.D. (ca. 1927).
Notebook; 6 x 9"; ca. 60 leaves...

MANUSCRIPT: Manuscript Notebook, Russian 1927; together with TYPESCRIPT: “Is America a Woman’s Par

Thompson, Mildred.

Gilly Willies, The.

The Gilly Willies, inscribed.

Thompson, Priscilla.

Gleanings of Quiet Hours.

Thompson, Priscilla Jane. Gleanings of Quiet Hours. Rossmoyne, Ohio: Published and Sold by
the Author, 1907.
12mo.; 100 pp.; frontispiece photographic portrait; green cloth, stamped in white; a well-read
copy.  
First edition. A copy owned by a woman, with her penciled signature...

Thomson, Laura Gamble.

Manuscript Archive.

Thomson, Laura Gamble. Manuscript Collection. 1895-1902.
An archive of 17 manuscript essays, articles, and lectures, housed together in a specially made cloth slipcase.
A brief analysis of one essay-entitled "Women in Science"-will give a sense of the content and style.
In this lecture...

Thomson, Mary Janette.

Manuscript essays.

Thoreau, Sophia) Garrison, William Lloyd.

Selections from the Writings and Speeches.

From A Black Philadelphian Woman
To A Female Transcendalist Heir:
Dora Forten Gives Garrison's Writings To
Her Abolitionist "Sister," Sophia Thoreau
(Thoreau, Sophia). Selections from the Writings and Speeches of William Lloyd Garrison. With an appendix. Boston: R.F. Wallcut, 1852.
...

Thoreau, Sophia) Thoreau, Henry David.

Lease agreement between Sophia Thoreau and F.B. Sanborn.

House later sold to LM Alcott.

Thorpe, Rose Hartwick.

Curfew Must Not Ring To-Night, manuscript copy.

Thorpe, Rose Hartwick. [Manuscript Copy]: Curfew Must Not Ring To-Night. [circa 1920].
Autograph Poem Signed ("Rose Hartwick Thorpe, 'Rosemere' Pacific Beach, California").
Seven quarto leaves neatly lined on folio leaves of laid paper; sewing in left margin, presumably
removed from a...

Tillotson, Mary.

LETTERS.

Letter from Mary E. Tillotson to "Good Sister Port"
Tillotson, Mary E. Autographed letter signed, "Mary E. Tillotson" to "Good Sister Port," Vineland, N.J., June 10, NY [likely late 1880s]; one leaf, folded to make four pages; all sides covered.
American poet, feminist and suffragette Mary...

LETTERS.

Tobias, R. B. and Mary E. Marcy.

Women as Sex Vendors.

Marcy, Mary E., and R.B. Tobias. Women as Sex Vendors. Or Why Women are Conservative. (Being a View of the Economic Status of Woman). Chicago: Charles H. Kerr Company Co-operative, (1918).
12mo.; cloth; dust-jacket; near fine.
First edition of this denunciation of the state of women who had...

Women as Sex Vendors.

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