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Shall Women Vote?  A Book For Men, Conway Whittle Sams
1 Conway Whittle Sams Shall Women Vote? A Book For Men
New York The Neale Publishing Company 1913 Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Book Signed by Conway Whittle Sams
In 1913 Virginia Lawye Conway Whittle Sams dismissed the Women's Suffrage movement as "a craze". Laws benefiting women, he declared in 'Shall Women Vote', deserve to be catalogued in "a museum of legal curiosities....in the section devoted to Legislative Attempts to Subordinate Men to Women and Children..." [Jean V. Matthews, Women's Struggle for Equality. isbn 978156631464]. Sams received acclaim, in 1916, for his four volume opus-The Conquest Of Virginia-Account based on original documents.About The first English Settlers, Native American customs , interactions , etc. No copies appear on a thorough internet search of "Shall Women vote?" 
Price: 110.00 USD
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Speech of Mr. Webster of Massachusetts on the Subject of the Three Millions Appropriation and the Loss of the Approprations Bill for Fortifications  of the Last Session. Delivered in the Senate of the United States January 14, 1836, Daniel Webster [Inscribed]
2 Daniel Webster [Inscribed] Speech of Mr. Webster of Massachusetts on the Subject of the Three Millions Appropriation and the Loss of the Approprations Bill for Fortifications of the Last Session. Delivered in the Senate of the United States January 14, 1836
Washington D.C. Gales and Seaton 1836 1st Edition No Binding Very Good No Jacket Ephemera Inscribed By Author
16 pp. original self-wrappers, stitched as issued. Slight creasing to edged, else a very good copy. Scarce. Inscribed by Webster on the front wrapper, "R.M. Sherman From the Author, Feb. 16, 1836." American imprints 42372. Sabin 102297. Housed in a custom-made binder. 
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Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas Vol. 1, Jacob Trieber (1853-1927)
3 Jacob Trieber (1853-1927) Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas Vol. 1
Arkansas Geneological and Historical Publishing Co. 1908 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Issued Book 8vo - over 7 Signed by Author(s)
Jacob Trieber, the first Jewish federal judge in the U.S. was appointed by President Wm McKinley in 1900 to the Circuit Court in the Eastern District of Arkansas and served till his death in 1927. Trieber issued nationally important rulings on controversies that included antitrust cases, railroad litigation,prohibition cases, and mail fraud; some of his rulings, such as those regarding civil rights, and wildlife conservation, have implications today. Signed on the front pastedown "Jacob Trieber" with a full, clear signature. The book is from Judge Trieber's library. This is a very scarce autograph. The hinges have been repaired and the book is in very sound condition and it presents well. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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Hints On Entering The Practice Of Law, Tracy, John Evarts
4 Tracy, John Evarts Hints On Entering The Practice Of Law
Ann Arbor Edwards Bros. 1933 Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Book Signed by Author(s)
Authorial inscription on ffe. 
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West of the Indus, William O. Douglas
5 William O. Douglas West of the Indus
NY Doubleday 1958 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good Book 8vo - over 7 Inscribed By William O. Douglas
Asia, south of China, has been explored extensively and intensively by Justice Douglas, and in a trilogy of which this is the third (the others, the High Himalayas and North from Malaya) he has shared his journeying. These are more than travel books, though- for those who like colorful, personal and informative travel books-they fulfill all requirements. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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