The Interest and Efficiency of Woman in the Development of Literature and Art An Address Delivered At the Annual Meeting of the Georgia Historical Society February 12. 1889

By: Jackson, General Henry R.

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The booklet has been bound in a Gaylord library folder and the original front wrap pasted on the outside. The back wrap is still there. Except for some light foxing, the interior is VG. The cardboard folder is soiled and chipped at the corners. The booklet ws given tot he Louisville Free Public Library by the Georgia Historical Society. Ex-Lib with usual markings. ; Thin Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 15 pages; General Henry R. Jackson, a Confederate general, banker and railroad executive, was President of the Georgia Historical Society from 1875 until 1896. The invitation to the ladies of Savannah, issued by 10 prominent women, to organize a Literary and Art Society is glued in the back.

Title: The Interest and Efficiency of Woman in the Development of Literature and Art An Address Delivered At the Annual Meeting of the Georgia Historical Society February 12. 1889

Author Name: Jackson, General Henry R.

Categories: Georgia,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Savannah, Townsend, Fine Printer and Binder: 1889

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 6886

Keywords: Art American History GW