An early 20th century edition of “Herself: Talks with Women Concerning Themselves,” written by Edith Belle Lowry and bound in blue cloth. Lowry was an early advocate for the teaching of women’s health and sexuality in schools. From the text: “This series of talks has been written … with the hope that the plain facts set forth will aid some women to have healthier and happier lives and healthier and happier babies.”
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|Title||Herself: Talks with Women Concerning Themselves, written by Edith Belle Lowry|
|Description||Blue cloth/dark blue titling and ornamentation to front board and spine|
|Dimensions||1" w, 5.2" d, 7.5" h|
|Publication Date||Undated, circa 1911|
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