Boston, Mass: The Woman's Publishing Company, 1891. Item #2043
24” x 18½”. Newspaper, bifolium, four pages. Good: folded twice, offsetting to first and last page making reading a bit difficult (but still legible) in spots, 12” separation to first leaf at centerfold and a 6” jagged vertical tear to both leaves starting at the top edge. An early issue of the voice of Charlestown, Massachusetts' Independent Women Voters party. It was published from 1890 to 1907 and was founded and edited by Eliza Trask Hill. Hill was an activist, speaker, and president of several organizations including the Bunker Hill Woman's Educational League, and the Protestant Independent Women Voters, Charlestown's Ward and City Committee of Women Voters (which spun off the aforementioned Independent Women Voter's Party). This issue has an article on how women who have paid a poll tax can register to vote in municipal elections, a report on a meeting of the Bunker Hill Woman's Educational League, and a list of meetings of various women's groups. OCLC locates one institution with physical holdings. This item is offered by Langdon Manor Books, LLC, antiquarian booksellers. Please do not hesitate to contact us for additional information and/or photos and we will respond promptly. We package our items carefully, ship daily, and have a no hassle returns policy--your satisfaction is guaranteed. We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America (ABAA) , the International League of Antiquarian Booksllers (ILAB) and the Independent Online Booksellers Association (IOBA) and adhere to their rules of ethics.