Blackwell, Elizabeth (1821-1910) Fourteen Pamphlets and Broadsheets, c. 1869-1901. Octavo format, most authored by Blackwell herself, including: The Religion of Health, London: S.W. Partridge & Co., undated second edition; Address Delivered at the Opening of the Woman's Medical College of the New York Infirmary, New York: Edward O. Jenkins, 1869; How to Keep a Household in Health, London, 1870 (two copies); Christian Socialism, Hastings: Williams, [c. 1882]; Home Colonization Society broadside proposal for its formation, c. 1882; The Influence of Women in the Profession of Medicine, London: Bell & Sons, 1889; A Serious Protest Sent to the Alumnae Association of the Woman's Medical College of the New York Infirmary, St. Leonards: J.F. Nock, [c. 1890], inscribed "K. Barry"; On the Humane Prevention of Rabies, St. Leonards: J.F. Nock, [c. 1891]; Erroneous Method in Medical Education, London: Women's Printing Society Ltd., c. 1891; A. Goff's The Solidarity of Vicious Methods, c. 1892 (two copies); Mrs. Boole's On Modern Logic in Relation to Biologic Study, London: Whittmann & Cole, 1891; [and] Dr. Edward Berdoe's Humane Methods in Medicine, London: Ernest Bell, [c. 1901]; sizes vary. (14)
Provenance: By descent from Elizabeth Blackwell to Alice Stone Blackwell's estate.
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