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Book Description
London & National Society For Women's Service, 1927. 1st Edition. Near fine illustrated card covers. Contents fine. Frontis and several black and white plates. Scarce.
Dealer Notes
Rachel Strachey (1887-1940), was a feminist activist, politician and writer. During the First World War her activism shifted its focus from suffrage to the question of women's employment, leading her to organise the Women's Service, the history of which is detailed in this work.
Author Ray Strachey
Date 1927
Binding Card Covers
Publisher London & National Society For Women's Service
Illustrator N/A
Condition Near fine
Pages 36

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