A woman of the century: fourteen hundred-seventy biographical sketches accompanied by portraits of leading American women in all walks of life, Volume 2
Frances Elizabeth Willard, Mary Ashton Rice Livermore
Gale Research Co., 1967 - Biography & Autobiography - 812 pages
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