CHINATOWN'S ANGRY ANGEL; The Story of Donaldina Cameron. Mildred Crowl MARTIN.

CHINATOWN'S ANGRY ANGEL; The Story of Donaldina Cameron

Palo Alto: Pacific Books, 1977. First Edition. 308 pages. First Edition. Illustrated dust jacket. Illustrated from vintage black and white photographs. Cloth. Octavo. The story of the Scotswoman Donalda Cameron (1869-1968) who made it her life's work to end San Francisco Chinatown's "yellow slave trade". From the jacket, "Though an attractive gentlewoman, she boldly charged into brothels and apartments to take away any girls who dared to escape. She met boats and trains to forestall new arrival s being forced into the "night life". Prior owners name and addressed rubber-stamped on page edges and half-title; stain to top edge of pages; else a Near Fine copy overall, in a very slightly soiled Near Fine dust jacket, now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. Always FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United States address. Item #1533

Price: $20.00

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