Stamford, CT: 1936. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed self-wrappers; 12pp; portrait. Very Good.
Prospectus, disguised as a biography, for Schroeder's speaking tours, with a brief biographical essay followed by several pages of press opinions. Schroeder (1864-1953) was a prominent lecturer on free speech, freethought, and pacifism, a co-founder with Lincoln Steffens of The Free Speech League, known for his vocal opposition to American entry to WW1 and for his defense of Emma Goldman and Margaret Sanger. Full-page photographic portrait of Schroeder (halftone) mounted inside rear cover.