Boston: Beacon Press, (1960). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 278. A nice copy in dj. OP. Item #47870
An eyewitness account of the woman suffrage campaign in Washington ... From 1917 to 1920, Maud Wood Park was head of the devoted group of women who were mobilized to buttonhole Senators and Representatives ... women who worked with diligence ... and finally won. She was the first president of the National League of Women Voters and the chair of the Women's Joint Congressional Committee for legislation of behalf of women & children.