1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850
1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850
1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850
1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850
1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850
1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850
1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850
1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850
1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850
1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850

1853 1st - Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850

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Hale, Sarah, Josepha, Woman's Record; Or Sketches Of All Distinguished Women, From "The Beginning" Till A.D. 1850. Arranged In Four Eras. With Selections From Female Writers Of Every Age. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1853. 1st Ed. Decorative Black Leather, Ornate Gilt Titling And Decor, Aeg, 4To (6.625 X 10"), Very Good / N.A., [I]-Xlvii, 17-904; 6Pp. Adverts Serving At A Partial Contemporary Bibliography; Blank. Portrait Frontispiece Inserted; Profusely Illustrated By Lossing And Barritt. Major Bonus On This Early Feminist Torch Bearer And Prolific Female Author Of The Mid 19Th Century. This One Has Some Serious Romance Involved. There Is A Personal Inscription Pasted On The Front Free Fly-Leaf From A Lieutenant Pizer To A Ms. Albro Of Knoxville, As "A Slight Testimonial Of The Love And Esteem Of Her True Friend." This Was Likely A Going Away Present From The Good Lieutenant To Ms. Albro Upon His Regiment Leaving The Area In Tennessee That Very Spring. The Lieutenant's Unit, The 29 Massachusetts Served In The Knoxville / Eastern Tennessee Campaign Of 1863. Lieutenant Pizer Likely Had This Romantic Encounter With Ms. Albro In The Winter Of 1863 And Gave Her This Book To Remember Him By. The Later Captain Pizer, Was Captured, Escaped And Was Brevetted For Bravery For His Actions Near Fort Stedman At Petersburg. (Albert J. Wright, The History Of The Twenty-Ninth Regiment Of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, In The Late War Of The Rebellion, Boston: Albert J. Wright, 1877). Wow, What A Sector Of Captured Tyme - Quite The Distinctive And Beautiful Book Indeed!