COMMON SENSE applied to woman suffrage.; A statement of the reasons which justify the demand to extend the suffrage to women, with consideration of the arguments against such enfranchisement, and with special reference to the issues presented to the New York State Convention of 1894.

NY: Putnams, 1894. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 236. Rubbed and little soiled brown cloth, front hinge tender, name on title page. Lacks the front free endpaper leaf: "Questions of the day, a good copy. Scarce. Krichmar 1754. Item #59141

Dr. Putnam-Jacobi was the leading woman physician in the US (NAW) and published numerous medical papers. She was active in furthering the position of women in medicine and in the establishment of clinics and hospitals for women and in the woman suffrage movement.

Price: $250.00

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