WOMEN IN THE LIFE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: An Anthology Compiled from Southern California Quarterly. Doyce B. Nunis, Jr.
WOMEN IN THE LIFE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: An Anthology Compiled from Southern California Quarterly

WOMEN IN THE LIFE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: An Anthology Compiled from Southern California Quarterly

Los Angeles: Historical Society of Southern California, 1996. First Edition. Hardcover. Limited to 500 copies. Inscribed by editor Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. and signed by pictorial editor Jennifer A. Watts on a prefatory blank leaf. A collection of 18 articles, including "Hispano-Mexican Child-Rearing Practices in Pre-American Santa Barbara" by Gloria E. Miranda, "After Slavery: Caroline Severance in Los Angeles" by Joan M. Jensen, "Why Women Should Not Have the Vote: Anti-Suffrage Views in the Southland in 1911" by Jane Apostol, and "Strength Made Stronger: The Role of Women in Southern California Philanthropy" by Gloria Ricci Lothrop. The fourth volume in the Southern California anthologies series. Octavo: 431 p. with textual photographs and illustrations. Original blue cloth binding, with gilt stamping. Issued without a dust jacket. Near fine. Near fine. Item #74284
ISBN: 0914421166

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