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Woodhull, Victoria.

Elixir of Life, The; or, Why Do We Die?

Woodhull's Sexual Liberation Manifesto
Woodhull, Victoria. The Elixir of Life; Or, Why Do We Die? An Oration Delivered Before the Tenth Annual Convention of the American Association of Spiritualists, at Grow's Opera House, Chicago, Ills., by Victoria C. Woodhull, September 18, 1873. New York:...

Woodhull, Victoria.

Reformation or Revolution, Which?

Woodhull Defends Herself
Woodhull, Victoria C. Reformation or Revolution, Which? Or, Behind the Political Scenes. A Speech Delivered in Cooper Institute, October 17, 1873, To An Audience of 4,000 people, Filling to its utmost capacity the Hall, to which hundreds found it impossible to gain...

Woodhull, Victoria.

Victoria Woodhull Reader, The.

Victoria Woodhull Reader, The.

Woodhull, Victoria.

LETTER: ALS to Gage.

Scarce Letter
Composed Three Years Before Her Run for the Presidency
Woodhull, Victoria. Autograph letter signed, "Victoria Woodhull," to Mr. Gage, July 30, 1873; one leaf of plain paper, recto only, creased where folded.
In this one page letter written from 48 Broad Street, New York,...

Woodhull, Victoria.

LETTER: ALS and Carte de Visite.

Woodhull, Victoria.

LETTER: Autograph letter signed to Mr. Ives, regarding publishing matters

Rare Letter
On Publishing Matters
Woodhull, Victoria. ALS, "Victoria Woodhull Martin" to "Mrs. [Alice Emma] Ives," December 4, 1895; two leaves of stationery, four pages; creased where folded.
Woodhull responds to Ives's pitch to publish her article, "Domestic Purse Strings," in The...

Woodhull, Victoria.

LETTER: ALS to Mr. Cole.

Woodhull on Universal Government
Woodhull, Victoria C. Autograph letter signed, "Victoria C. Woodhull," to Mr. Cole, March 16, 1870; verso of one leaf of William E. Gray & Co., Bankers letterhead, two pages.
Woodhull expounds on her views of a Universal Government to Cole, who is presumably...

Woolf) Stephen, Leslie.

English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century.

Previously unknown
Three from the Library of Vanessa Bell
(Woolf, Virginia). Three volumes of works with intimate family associations for Woolf, all from the library of Vanessa Stephens Bell by descent through her daughter Angelica Garnett. Unknown to scholarship until now.
inscribed...

English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century.

Woolf) Stephen, Mrs. Leslie [i.e. Julia Prinsep Stephen].

Notes from Sick Rooms.

Previously unknown
Three from the Library of Vanessa Bell
(Woolf, Virginia). Three volumes of works with intimate family associations for Woolf, all from the library of Vanessa Stephens Bell by descent through her daughter Angelica Garnett. Unknown to scholarship until now.
inscribed...

Notes from Sick Rooms.

Woolf, Virginia) Holtby, Winifred.

Virginia Woolf.

Woolf, Virginia) Maitland, Frederic William.

Life and Letters of Leslie Stephen, The.

Woolf, Virginia, contributor. Maitland, Frederic William. The Life and Letters of Leslie Stephen. London: Duckworth, 1906.
8vo.; frontispiece portrait and 4 photogravure plates, including 2 after Julia Margaret Cameron, with tissue guards; black cloth, stamped in gilt; well-worn.
First...

Woolf, Virginia, her copy) Edgeworth, Maria, ed.

Memoirs of Richard Lovell Edgeworth.

Virginia Woolf's Copy
Edgeworth, Richard Lovell, Esq. Memoirs of Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq. Begun by himself and concluded by his daughter, Maria Edgeworth. In two volumes. London: R. Hunter, 1820.
2 vols., 8vo.; frontispiece illustrations; fold-out illustration in volume one; marbled...

Woolf, Virginia, her copy) Keats, John.

Poetical Works.

Virginia Woolf's Copy
[Woolf, Virginia]. Keats, John. The Poetical Works of John Keats. Edited with an introduction and textual notes by H. Buxton Forman. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1906.
8vo.; portrait frontispiece, tissue guard; illustrated; endpapers lightly offset; brown cloth;...

Poetical Works.

Woolf, Virginia.

LETTER: Typed letter signed, "Virignia Woolf," to "Signora [Sibilla] Aleramo."

Woolf, Virginia. Typed letter signed, "Virginia Woolf," to Sibilla Aleramo, December 18, 1931, one leaf of Hogarth Press letterhead, one page.
A terrific letter indicative of Woolf's international influence. She writes to the Italian feminist, novelist, poet, literary critic, journalist,...

Woolf] Forster, E.M.

Virginia Woolf.

Woolson, A.G.

Woman in American Society.

Woolson, Abba Goold. Woman in American Society. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1873.   
8vo.; hinges tender; brown cloth, stamped in gilt; extremities frayed; abrasions in an inch-wide strip along lower joint, with some loss to cloth, not affecting spine. In a specially made cloth slipcase.   
...

Woolson, Constance Fenimore.

Two Women: 1862.

Inscribed
Woolson, Constance Fenimore. Two Women: 1862. A Poem. Reprinted from Appelton's Journal. New York: D. Appelton and Company, 1877.
8vo.; contemporary signature to half-title and title page ("Flora A. Cady/March 24, 1882"); endpaper hinges cracked at gutters; blue cloth, stamped in...

Two Women: 1862.

Wright, Dare

PHOTOGRAPHS: Lonely Doll (3).

THREE DARE WRIGHT PHOTOGRAPHS
Born in Canada, Dare Wright was an actress, fashion model, and photographer best known for her ten Lonely Doll books, first published in 1957. Wright used as her models the Lenci doll she had as a child-named Edith-and two teddy bears she had purchased at F.A.O....

Wright, Dare, her copies)

Seven items: Little Rivers; Kenneth; Nursery Rhymes of London Town; No Other Man; Essays for Discussion; Cicero; Lona.

From the Library of Dare Wright
A collection of 7 books:
  • Jane Abbott: Keineth, with ephemera and drawings by Wright;
  • Henry van Dyke: Little Rivers, with ephemera;
  • Cicero: Selected Orations, annotated by Wright;
  • Anita P. Forbes, ed. Essays for Discussion, Wright's signed and...

Wright, Dare, her copies)

No Other Man; Nursery Rhymes.(2 books)

Wright, Dare, her copies)

Two Little Rivers; Keineth. (2 books)

[Wright, Dare]. Abbott, Jan.  Keineth.  Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1918.
8vo.; color frontispiece; decorative mustard boards; stamped in forest green; spine loosened; ephemera held loosely.
First edition.  Name and address of Dare Wright on first free endpaper.  Small pictures...

Wright, Dare, her copies)

Cicero; Essays for Discussion (2 books)

[Wright, Dare]. Forbes, Anita.  Essays for Discussion.  New York: Harper & Bros., 1931.
8vo.; green boards; embossed in yellow and brown; minor wear to spine head.
Second printing.  Signed by Wright in ink on first free endpaper: Dare Wright/Junior.  Additional notes made in the margins of...

Wright, Dare.

Lona. A Fairy Tale.

Wright, Dare.  Lona: A Fairy Tale.  New York: Random House, 1963.
4to.; illustrated throughout in black and white; pictorial endpapers; pictorial boards; pictorial dust-jacket; chipped at edges; slightly worn at corners.
First edition.  A presentation copy, inscribed on frontt endpaper: For...

Wright, Frances) Shelley, Percy Bysshe.

Queen Mab: With Notes.

Wright, Frances.

Course of Popular Lectures.

In Pursuit of Liberty, Liberality and Instructional Reform
Wright, Frances. Course of Popular Lectures…With three addresses on various public occasions. And a reply to the charges against the French reformers of 1789. New York: the Free Enquirer, 1831.
Bound together with:
Supplement...

Wright, Frances.

England the Civilizer.

Wright, Frances.

Few Days in Athens, A.

A Magnificent Association Copy
Inscribed And Emended By Wright
Wright, Frances D'Arusmont. A Few Days In Athens, Being The Translation of A Greek Manuscript Discovered in Herculaneum. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1822.
Small 8vo.; contemporary half-calf; spine...

Wright, Frances.

Views of Society and Manners in America.

Wright, Frances D'Arusmont. Views of Society and Manners in America. In a series of letters from that country to a friend in England during the years 1818, 1819, and 1920. By an Englishwoman. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1921.
8vo.; heavily foxed throughout; hinge slightly...

Views of Society and Manners in America.

Wright, Frances.

Free Enquirer, The.

Wright, Frances and Robert Dale Owen, editors and proprietors. The Free Enquirer. IV.52; V.3, 4, 7, 8, 9-11, 13-27, 29-35, 37-51-V. (October 1832-October 1833).
44 vols., 4to.; folded signatures, string-tied; title page and index bound in at rear; pages eaten away at right bottom tip, obscuring...

Wright, Frances.

Altorf, A Tragedy.

Wright, Frances.

Fanny Wright Umaksed.

Extremely Rare Imprint of an Attack on Frances Wright
(Wright, Frances). [Houston, George and Thomas Skidmore]. Fanny Wright Unmasked by Her Own Pen. Third edition, with her acknowledgment of its authenticity. Explanatory notes, respecting the nature and objects of the institution of Nashoba,...

Wright, Frances.

LETTERS: Correspondence with Dr. William James MacNeven.

UNPUBLISHED
Wright, Frances. Nine Autograph Letters Signed by Wright to Dr. William James MacNeven.
Various places [Whitburn, Allonby, Glasgow, London, and Paris], 1820-1823; 32 pages, generally closely
written, comprising thousands of words.
An important collection of nine autograph letters...

LETTERS: Correspondence with Dr. William James MacNeven.

Yezierska, Anzia.

Salome of the Tenements, with ALS.

Yezierska, Anzia. Salome of the Tenements. New York: Boni and Liveright, (1923).
8vo.; light blue cloth, pictorially stamped in black and yellow; spine lightly sunned. In a specially made cloth slipcase.
Together with:
Autograph letter signed, "Anzia Yezierska," to Elizabeth Smith, June...

Yezierska, Anzia.

Hungry Hearts.

 Yezierska, Anzia. Hungry Hearts. Illustrated with scenes from the photoplay. A Goldwyn Picture. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1920) [but published ca. 1922].
8vo.; illustrated; taupe cloth, stamped in black; few spots; illustrated dust-jacket, with a color front pictorial panel of the actress...

Yezierska, Anzia.

Children of Loneliness.

Yezierska, Anzia. Children of Loneliness. Stories of Immigrant Life in America. New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1923.
8vo.; portrait frontispiece; red cloth, stamped in gilt; light wear.
First edition of this volume which includes an autobiographical chapter, "Mostly About...

Yezierska, Anzia.

Bread Givers.

Yezierska, Anzia. Bread Givers. A novel. A struggle between a father of the Old World and a daughter of the New. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1925.
8vo.; black paper-covered boards, illustrated cover and spine labels, tan cloth spine; light wear to extremities.
First...

Youmans, Theodora W. (Alice B. Curtis)

How to Organize a Local Suffrage Club

[Suffage] Youmans, Theodora W. (Alice B. Curtis). How to Organize a Local Suffrage Club. Waukesha: Wisconsin Woman's Suffrage Association, n.d.
Broadside, 9 X 11.5"; horizontal creases from folding; closed tears to extremities; dampstained.
Advises on the steps to creating a local suffrage...

Young, Carrie F.

Something New! Temperance speech broadside.

Young, Carrie F., M.D. Something New! A Temperance Speech Based on the 2d 3d and 4th Clauses of the
Declaration of Independence...[Caption title]. Portland, [OR]: A.G. Walling, [1871-75].
Broadside: Large 4to.; worn.
Scarce broadside advertising a speech by Young. Editor of the Pacific Journal...

Young, Marguerite.

Miss Macintosh, My Darling.

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