Chicago: Belford, Clarke & Co, 1888.
First edition. illustrated (with a frontispiece portrait of Mrs. Frank Leslie). 128pp. 8vo. Maroon cloth, satmped in giltGilt lettering on front cover is a bit dull, uneven fading on rear cover, else a very good copy, with text fresh and clean Item #334769
Her third marriage was to Frank Leslie [pseudonym of Henry Carter], an artist, and publisher ('Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly'). Upon her husband's death, she took over the publishing business, and she published under the name "Frank Leslie." Mrs. Frank Leslie was a woman's rights and woman suffrage advocate, and a friend of Carrie Chapman Catt. Upon her death, she left two million dollars to Catt and the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
Chapters include: "Marriage as a Fine Art," "Co-education of Boys and Girls," "Courtesy Towards Women," "How Women Should Care for Health," "Woman's Co-Operative Union," "How a Woman Can Earn a Living," etc. Gilt lettering on front cover is a bit dull, uneven fading on rear cover, else a very good copy, with text fresh and clean. Uncommon.
Price: $300.00 Free Domestic Delivery