Woman to the rescue. A story of the new crusade

Philadelphia, et al. J. M. Stoddart & Co., [ca. 1874]. 8vo, pp. 226, 29 (ads), [1]; original red publisher's cloth stamped in black and gilt; lower boards with damp at bottom edge, light wear, text clean and sound. With a calling card of Mrs. Irving H. Trowbridge, likely wife of the Illinois Rep., laid in. Timothy Shay Arthur was a prolific author and publisher, best known for his didactic, moralistic and simple stories. He was closely associated with the Temperance movement, having written the influential Ten Nights in a Bar-room and What I Saw There, which was adapted into a popular play. Item #54609

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