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Bombshells for Wets and Reds - The Twin Devils of America [at foot of title] Compilation of Speeches, Newspaper and Magazine Articles
[Black Mountain, NC: by the Author, 1936]. First Edition. Collection of writings and addresses by the popular Georgia Congressman, Anti-Saloon League speaker, and 1932 U.S. Presidential candidate on the Prohibition Party ticket. Despite healthy measures of Southern populism, evangelical Protestantism and anti-Communism, it must be said on Upshaw's behalf that...
[Item #16396]
Price: $125.00
 
Bombshells for Wets and Reds - The Twin Devils of America [at foot of title] Compilation of Speeches, Newspaper and Magazine Articles
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Uncle Tom's Mansion
Grand Rapids: W.B. Eerdman's, 1931. First Edition. Prohibition novel, set within a decadent, upper-class Kentucky family. Missed by Hanna, though we note that the author's earlier temperance novel, Matoaka, A Story of the Fight For Americanism, is included by him (HANNA 516). Octavo. Red cloth boards, lettered in blue on...
[Item #16450]
Price: $50.00
 
Uncle Tom's Mansion
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The Battle Cry: A New Collection of Temperance & Prohibition Songs
Cincinnati: Fillmore Music House, 1915. Reprint. Nicely preserved copy of this standard temperance hymnal, including such classics as "Whisky Steals the Wise Man's Brains" and "Song of the Distillery." Originally published in 1887; this copy bears the statement: "In Renewal, 1915, by H.S. Taylor and J.B. Herbert" on copyright page...
[Item #14618]
Price: $45.00
 
The Battle Cry: A New Collection of Temperance & Prohibition Songs
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The Missing Link; or, Bible-Women in the Homes of The London Poor
London: James Nisbet, 1859. First Edition. Gough was by many accounts the first American public "celebrity," a reformed drunkard who capitalized on his past to become the most highly-paid and highly sought-after lecturer of his generation. The present volume - a somewhat simpering account of missionary work among the London...
[Item #15175]
Price: $250.00
 
The Missing Link; or, Bible-Women in the Homes of The London Poor
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The Power of Gold: A Romance of London, England in Seven Chapters
Buffalo: The Matthews-Northrup Works, 1909. First Edition. A romance of New York and London. Urania Nott Sangster, a native of Buffalo, New York, was the brother of noted American pictorialist painter Amos W. Sangster. She authored a number of volumes of poetry and fiction as well as several patriotic and...
[Item #14603]
Price: $50.00
 
The Power of Gold: A Romance of London, England in Seven Chapters
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The History of the Woman's Club Movement in America
New York: H.G. Allen, 1898. First Edition. Small quarto (10" x 9-1/2"); 1184pp; illus. Front hinge tender, else a clean and well-preserved copy, Very Good. A comprehensive history and biographical dictionary of American club women. A scarce and invaluable reference for the turn-of-the-century women's movement. KRICHMAR 254.
[Item #11990]
Price: $250.00