Books For & About Women
ABBOTT, J.C. The Mother at Home. Revised and corrected by Daniel Walton. 2nd edn.
John Mason. 1835
Engr. title (1834) & printed title, 12pp cata.; text marked. Orig. green cloth, sl. browned paper label; evidence of label removal from e.ps. A good sound copy.
ADAMS, William H. Davenport. Child-Life and Girlhood of Remarkable Women: a series of chapters from female biography. 6th edn.
Swan Sonnenschein & Co. [c.1887]
Half title, front., plates; lacks leading f.e.p. Orig. dark green cloth, dec. in black, lettered & with vignette of Mrs Mitford in gilt; v. sl. rubbing. Partially removed booklabel on leading pastedown. A v.g copy.
ADDAMS, Jane. The Long Road of Woman’s Memory. FIRST EDITION.
New York: Macmillan. 1916
Half title, 4pp ads. Uncut in orig. blue cloth, lettered in gilt; sl. rubbing. v.g.
ADDAMS, Jane. Twenty Years at Hull-House; with autobiographical notes. Edited by Eva Warner Case.
New York: Macmillan. 1923
Half title, 2pp ads preceding front. port.; e.ps sl. browned. Orig. brown cloth, lettered in gilt; spine v. sl. dulled. Stamps of Co-operative Union, Manchester. v.g.
ALDEN, Margaret. Child Life and Labour 2nd edn, revised. With summary of Children’s Act of 1908.
Headley Brothers. (Social Service Handbooks, No. 6.) 1909
Orig. grey limp cloth wrappers; a little dusted. v.g.
(ALDRICH-BLAKE, Dame Louisa) RIDDELL, George Allardice, Baron Riddell. Dame Louisa Aldrich-Blake. FIRST EDITION.
Hodder & Stoughton. 
Half title, front. + 7 plates. Orig. blue cloth, lettered in gilt. v.g.
ALLEN, Mary S. The Pioneer Policewoman. Edited and arranged by Julie Helen Heyneman. FIRST EDITION.
Chatto & Windus. 1925
Half title, front. & 10 plates. Orig. pale purple cloth, lettered in dark blue; small damp mark at head of spine, otherwise a good copy.
ALLINGHAM, Helen. The Homes of Tennyson; painted by Helen Allingham, described by Arthur Peterson. FIRST EDITION.
Adam & Charles Black. 1905
Half title, col. front. & plates, 2pp ads. + 4pp cata. on art paper. Bookplate. Orig. green dec. cloth; spine sl. faded. t.e.g. v.g.
(ANDERSON, Bessie) (METHUEN, Mary M.C.) The Morning of Life: a memoir of Miss A--n, who was educated for a nun; with many interesting particulars and original letters of Dr. Doyle, late Roman Catholic Bishop of Carlow. By her friend M.M.C.M. 4th thousand.
Bath: Binns and Goodwin. 
Front. port., 16pp cata. Orig. red cloth, front board & spine blocked & lettered in gilt. Ownership inscription on leading f.e.p. dated 1853. Renier booklabel. v.g. bright copy.
ANONYMOUS. Short-Readings for Catholic Readers, No. 1. Mixed Marriages. 4th thousand.
Barnet: ‘St. Andrew’s Magazine’. 1885