Item #2494 THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY (1907) EARLY WOMEN'S LIBERATION. Benjamin Fay MILLS.
THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY (1907) EARLY WOMEN'S LIBERATION
THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY (1907) EARLY WOMEN'S LIBERATION
THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY (1907) EARLY WOMEN'S LIBERATION
THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY (1907) EARLY WOMEN'S LIBERATION
THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY (1907) EARLY WOMEN'S LIBERATION
THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY (1907) EARLY WOMEN'S LIBERATION

THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY (1907) EARLY WOMEN'S LIBERATION

Los Angeles: The Fellowship Publishing Co., Circa 1907. First Edition. Original wraps. 16pp. Blue stapled wrappers. 3 1/2" x 6". Laid in is a two page flyer (1896) entitled, "Twenty Opinions on Woman Sufferage By Prominent Californians" advocating women's sufferage. An early booklet advocating women's liberation. The front cover lists bulk prices for the booklet, indicating that it was designed to be widely distributed.

Sample from pages 6-7: "LET WOMEN BE FREE! I do not plead that women shall be merchants of manufacturers or legislators or governors or lawyers or preachers, but I do say that they should be free to be any or all of these or anything else that they are meant to be....I do not wish women to become men, but I do want them to be regarded as human beings, free, equal human beings." (Note: I base the "Circa 1907" on the advertisements for future publications as "Ready...1908".) A scarce women's rights publication. A Near Fine copy (slightly rubbed from handling) now in a clear 4mil mylar protective envelope. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes, via media mail, to any United States address. Near Fine / 4-mil clear mylar envelope. Item #2494

Price: $65.00

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