Women's Studies early 19th century America 4 scarce books Mother's Advice MoralityBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
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[Women in early 19th century America- Women's Studies].
Female American. (no title page or date, but: The Female American, or The extraordinary adventures of Unca Eliza Winkfield. / Compiled by herself. Vergennes, Vermont.: Published by Jepthah Shedd and Co. Wright & Sibley, printers, 1814. pp. 270. Book opens to Advertisement leaf. Period full leather binding, front cover detached, corners worn or chipped away slightly exposing original wooden boards. Poor condition, but a scarce early 19th century American imprint still in its original binding.
A Sermon, Preached at Haverhill (Mass), in Remembrance of Mrs. Harriet Newell, Wife of the Rev. Samuel Newell., by Leonard Woods, D. D.
1814, Boston, Samuel T. Armstrong. Period full acid mottled calf binding, spine gilt ruled with contrasting title label. Stipple engraved frontis portrait. Joints broken, covers held largely by binding cords, small chip at spine base.
A Father's Legacy to His Daughters, by Dr. John Gregory & A Mother's Advice to Her Absent Daughters, by Lady Pennington.
1841, Boston, C. D. Strong. Printed paper covered boards, cloth spine with orig. paper label.
The Life and Character of Miss Susanna Anthony, by Samuel Hopkins, D.D.
1810, Portland, ME, J. M. McKown, printer for Lyman Hall et. al. Second Ed. Early 1/4 leather, marbled paper covers. Boards detached, leather dried and chipped, Yale Library bookplate de-accesssoned. Text block still sound and tight as issued, mostly clean internally with small scattered staining or age flaws.
Smallest book measures: 5 1/2" H X 3 1/2" W.
Largest book measures: 7" H X 4 1/4" W.
Set along shelf measures: 3 1/2".