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 DIRECCIÓN: PEDRO MASÓ. CON ANTHONY ANDREWS, KOO STARK, SUSAN PLAYER, Las Adolescentes. Movie Poster. (Cartel de la Película)
DIRECCIÓN: PEDRO MASÓ. CON ANTHONY ANDREWS, KOO STARK, SUSAN PLAYER
Las Adolescentes. Movie Poster. (Cartel de la Película)
Mexico: Impala SA, 1975. 94 cm. x 69 cm. Actual display poster for the movie. Folded with signs of use, mainly on the edges. Se trata de un cartel de mostrar real de la película. Se doble con signos de uso, principalmente en los bordes. .
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Book number: 55-2123
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 ANTHONY, SUSAN B., An Account of the Proceedings in the Trial of Susan B. Anthony on. .
ANTHONY, SUSAN B.
An Account of the Proceedings in the Trial of Susan B. Anthony on. .
2002. ISBN-13: 9781584771876; ISBN-10: 1584771879. Anthony, Susan B. An Account of the Proceedings in the Trial of Susan B. Anthony, on the Charge of Illegal Voting, at the Presidential Election in Nov. 1872. and on the Trial of Beverly W. Jones, Edwin T. Marsh and William B. Hall, the Inspectors of Election by whom her Vote was Received. Originally published: Rochester: Daily Democrat and Chronicle Book Print, 1874. vii, 212 pp. Reprinted 2002, 2018 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584771876; ISBN-10: 1584771879. Hardcover. New. $23.95 * An account of the landmark suffragist trial before the U.S. Circuit Court for the Northern District of New York, at Canandaigua in June, 1873, that brought the cause of women's voting rights to the forefront of national attention in the United States. A group of women led by preeminent abolitionist and woman's rights advocate Susan B. Anthony [1820-1906], attempted to vote during the presidential election of 1872, claiming they were entitled to do so according to the Fourteenth Amendment. The presiding officials, Jones, Hall, and Marsh, decided by a majority to accept their ballots. The women were soon arrested for this act and indicted for "knowingly voting without having a lawful right to vote." The officials were also indicted. This volume reprints the text of the indictment and a transcript of the testimony with connecting commentary. Its appendix offers an address by Anthony delivered before her trial, a speech on her behalf cause by Joslyn Gage, and a critical assessment of the trial by John Hooker. .
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Book number: 33629
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ANTHONY, SUSAN B
Autograph Letter Signed (Als)
Chicago, 23 January 1897. Letter. One-page AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED to an unknown recipient on 48 Lake Shore Drive letterhead (9-3/4" x 7-7/8" folded to 4-7/8" x 7-7/8" with the writing on two separate sides) with an INITIALED additional note. In full: "My Dear Sir I was not the first woman who ever voted -- you will find a full record of my voting, and of those who preceded me -- in the Chapter on Trials -- in Vol. II -- of the HISTORY OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE -- I voted in 1872 -- others in 1870 -- but there was not so much if any prosecution. Respectfully, Susan B. Anthony." In the added note on the verso of the other half of the paper she writes, "The HISTORY is in several of the Chicago Libraries .. corner of Division & Lake Shore Drive -- have sets of it -- S. B. A. Small old tape stains along the hinge which partly covers a word of the added note which has some feathering of the ink. About Fine with good content .
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Book number: 020169
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 ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN, Catherine the Great, by Katharine Anthony
ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN
Catherine the Great, by Katharine Anthony
Garden City. N. Y.Garden City Publishing Company. Inc 1925. First Edition. Near fine copy in the original title-blocked cloth. Slightest dust-dulling only. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight. bright. clean and strong. ; 331 pages; A comprehensive account. with a portrait frontispiece. Description: 4 p. L.3-331 p. Front.ports. 21 cm. Subjects: Catherine II. Empress of Russia 1729-1796. the Star Series.
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Book number: 116368
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 ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN (1877-1965), Catherine the Great
ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN (1877-1965)
Catherine the Great
London : Jonathan Cape Ltd. 1931. First Edition. Signed and dated by previous owner. foxing to end-papers. Fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight. bright. clean and strong. ; 317 pages; Description: 317 p. : port. ; 21 cm. Subjects: Catherine. II. Empress of Russia (1729-1796). Russia --History --Catherine II (1762-1796). Notes: Includes index.
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Book number: 93449
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 ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN (1877-1965), Catherine the Great
ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN (1877-1965)
Catherine the Great
London : Jonathan Cape 1931. First Edition. Minor foxing to end-papers. Fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight. bright. clean and strong. ; 317 pages; Description: 317 p. : port. ; 21 cm. Subjects: Catherine. II. Empress of Russia (1729-1796). Russia --History --Catherine II (1762-1796). Notes: Includes index.
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Book number: 94504
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 ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN, Catherine the Great
ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN
Catherine the Great
London. Toronto : Jonathan Cape 1930. First Edition. Some annotation remains to the front end-paper. Fine cloth copy in a near fine. very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw. now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight. bright. clean and sharp-cornered. ; 317 pages; Description: pp. 317. 8vo. Subjects: Catherine. the Great. Catherine II. Empress of Russia. 1729-1796. - Series: The life and Letters series. No. 13.
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 ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN (1877-1965), Catherine the Great
ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN (1877-1965)
Catherine the Great
Garden City. N. Y.Garden City Publishing Company. Inc 1925. First Edition. Good copy in the original title-blocked cloth. Spine bands and panel edges are somewhat rubbed. worn. stained & dust-dulled. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight. clean and strong. ; 331 pages; Description: 3 p. L.3-331 p. Front.ports. 21 cm. Subjects: Catherine II. Empress of Russia. 1729-1796. Impressively illustrated with a series of plate illustrations.
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"ANTHONY, SUSAN B"
"GHOST OF MY LIFE" "special 'Before' and 'After' chapters by Catherine Marshall"
"Hodder and Stoughton 1972 H&S 1972 hardback dustwrapper slightly rubbed otherwise very good Very Good"
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ANTHONY, SUSAN B
Hand-Addressed Envelope to Her Sister
Autograph. An envelope (6" x 3-1/4") with a lengthy printed statement by The Citizens' Suffrage Association. Although not signed by her, it is addressed in the hand of Susan B. Anthony to her younger sister: "Miss Mary S. Anthony/Rochester -- N. Y./U. S. America." On the side of the envelope is written "Zurich/Apr 23rd 83," likely in one of the sisters' hands. Fine Mary Stafford Anthony was a suffrage activist in her own right. Her interest in women's rights, in fact, preceded that of her sister. On August 2, 1848, she attended the Adjourned Convention in Rochester of the First Woman's Rights Convention and, together with her father and mother, signed the Declaration of Sentiments. She was instrumental in establishing the Women's Political Club (later renamed the Political Equality Club) in the 1880s. In 1893, she was elected corresponding secretary for the New York State Woman Suffrage Association, and in 1904 when the International Woman Suffrage Alliance was formed, Susan B. Anthony was declared its first member and Miss Mary Anthony was unanimously declared its second.
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Book number: 016106
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ANTHONY, SUSAN B. & HARPER, IDA HUSTED
History of Woman Suffrage. Volume IV
New York, Susan B. Anthony, (1902). First Edition. Hardcover. The fourth volume, eventually complete in six volumes, in publisher's purple cloth. Illustrated with copperplate and photogravure engravings. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by Anthony on her birthday, filling the front free endpaper: "Mrs Mariana Wright Chapman/Brooklyn -- New York --/This Huge Volume is presented/to you in recognition of the/kindly and valuable services rendered/Mrs. Harper in the preparation of the/New York Chapter -- and all your/good works for the good Cause/we so dearly love -- by/Your affectionate friend & coworker/Susan B. Anthony/17 Madison St./Rochester -- N. Y./1820 -- Feb. 15 -- 1903. Owner name in ink at the top of the front pastedown. Professionally rebacked retaining the original spine. Near Fine and an important Association copy Mariana Wright Chapman was a prominent New York Quaker suffragist who was President of the Women's Suffrage Association of Brooklyn and later President of the New York State Suffrage Association, Anthony's home state. As a charter member of the New York League for Political Education, she was instrumental in founding the Friends Equal Rights Association. Chapman corresponded frequently with the leaders of the Suffrage movement.
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Book number: 019587
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Keywords: Signed; Women; Women's Liberation; Women's Literature; Women's Rights; Feminist Literature; Feminism; Inscribed; Association Copy; Suffrage Movement Signed Women's Rights Feminist Literature Suffrage Movement

 
(ANTHONY, SUSAN B.) HARPER, IDA HUSTED
The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony Including Public Addresses, Her Own Letters and Many from Her Contemporaries During Fifty Years. A Story of the Evolution of the Status of Woman
Indianapolis & Kansas City, The Bowen-Merrill Co. 1899 & 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. The first two volumes of three, with the last not published until 1908, two years after Anthony's death. Original full brown-burgundy morocco leather with a gilt medallion profile portrait of Anthony on the front panel of each volume, recently and sympathetically rebacked with similar color morocco leather; all edges gilt. Illustrated with frontispiece portraits of Anthony and other plates and facsimiles. Each volume is INSCRIBED and SIGNED by this principal leader of the woman suffrage movement in the United States on the front endpapers to another well-known suffragist. In the first volume, Anthony has written: "Yes indeed, Mrs. Julia L. Langdon Barber/I will write your name upon this/fly-leaf together with my own for/the benefit of the grand-daughter -- when/she is grown up to appreciate the worth/of each--/Julia L. Langdon Barber--/Belmont -- Washington, D. C.--/Susan B. Anthony -- Rochester N.Y./May 22, 1901--." Anthony has also INSCRIBED the second volume: "Julia L. Langdon Barber--/Belmont -- Washington, D. C.--/Susan B. Anthony/17 Madison Street -- Rochester N.Y." Books inscribed by this great American have become quite scarce. Fine copies with a fine association Julia L. Langdon was a prominent suffragist in Washington as well as one of the city's premier hostesses of the Golden Age. She married Amzi Lorenzo Barber in 1871; she was the daughter of a prominent N.Y. land developer, and her husband, who had been in charge of the normal department at Howard University, tried his own hand at developments in Washington. He developed the highly restricted Le Droit Park neighborhood just off Florida Avenue, and was soon to be the owner of Barber Asphalt Company; he became known as the "Asphalt King," and by the 1880s his firm was the world's largest supplier of asphalt. Barber was to later buy the infant Locomobile enterprise from Francis and Freelan Stanley in 1898; by 1900, over 1600 cars were sold, but the car's indifferent sales in future years eventually stripped Barber of much of his personal wealth. In 1880 the Barbers bought 120 acres along Florida Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets, where their lavish Queen Anne home, "Belmont," was built (It was torn down in 1915 after the deaths of Amzi and Julia Barber to make way for the Clifton Terrace development.). Julia L. Langdon Barber was a Life Member of the National American Women Suffrage Association and a longtime friend of Anthony; after the 1902 National American Convention held at the First Presbyterian Church in Washington, Anthony spent the following week at the Barber home. In the third volume of Harper's book, she is cited, along with Mrs. John Henderson and Anthony, in the incorporation in 1900 of the Standing Fund to help with the work of enfranchising women. Barber was also a friend of Mark Twain, whom she met on the steamship "Quaker City" in 1867 during the trip which Twain chronicled in THE INNOCENTS ABROAD. Barber had taken a leading part in various public movements and was an ardent suffragist and a leading member of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. She was long the terror of cruelly inclined drivers in Washington. She often took her stand on top of the high tower of Belmont which overlooks a wide range of the city and watched for horses which were being treated cruelly. She always kept an automobile at her door and frequently hurried in it to aid of the suffering horses. She appeared in police court a number of times against men who mistreated animals.
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Book number: 016095
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Keywords: Signed; Feminist Literature; Women; History; Americana; Susan B. Anthony; Women's Suffrage; Association Copy Women's Rights Inscribed Women's Liberation Feminism

 
ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN
Queen Elizabeth, by Katharine Anthony
New York, A. A. Knopf, c1929. Hardcover. 263, ix, [1] p. frontis. Ex-library, Very good condition .
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ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN
Queen Elizabeth, by Katharine Anthony
New York, A. A. Knopf, 1929. Hardcover. 263, ix, [1] p. frontis. Very good condition in fair d.j./fair.
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ANTHONY, KATHARINE SUSAN
Queen Elizabeth, by Katharine Anthony
New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1929. Hardcover. 263, ix, [1] p. frontis. Very good condition .
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