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1 ARNOLD, Lois Barber. Four lives in science: women's education in the nineteenth century.
New York: Schocken Books, (1984). 1984 0805238654 / 9780805238655 
8vo. xii, 179 pp. Brown cloth, gilt-stamped spine title, dust jacket. Fine. ISBN: 0805238654 Dust jacket present. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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2 EISENHART, Margaret A., & Elizabeth FINKEL. Women's science: learning and succeeding from the margins.
Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press, (1998). 1998 0226195457 / 9780226195452 
8vo. xvii, 272 pp. Printed wrappers. Burndy bookplate. Fine. ISBN: 0226195457 
Price: 4.00 USD
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3 HARDING, Esther Les mystères de la femme dans les temps anciens et modernes. Interprétation psychologique de l'âme féminine d'après les mythes, les légendes et les rêves. Introduction de C. G. Jung. Traduction d'Éveline Mahyère
Paris: Payot 1953 paperback 2 
Paris:: Payot. 1953. paperback. 2. Series: Bibliothèque Scientifique. 225 x 146 mm. 8vo. 250, [ads, 3] pp. Frontis. 48 figs. Black-stamped brown cloth, original printed wrappers bound in. Ownership rubber stamp on title. Very good. Dust jacket present. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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4 KASS-SIMON, G. & Patricia FARNES (eds.). Women of science: righting the record.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, (1993). 1993 
8vo. xvi, 398 pp. Black cloth, gilt-stamped cover and spine titles. Burndy bookplate. Fine. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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5 NIN, Anais. House of Incest.
[New York]: Gemor Press, [1947]. 1947 Signed
Sm. 8vo. 52 pp. Original orange-red cloth printed in black, a bird’s image on the upper cover with metallic green painted over its eye. Former ownership signature. First edition of this printing. SIGNED by the author. The House of Incest was originally issued in 1936. This is the author’s surrealistic work that is written in the form of a telling of her subconscious mind; she had experienced a sexual awakening with her relationship with Henry and June Miller. In her own words she was trying to escape from “the woman’s season in hell.” This is her second book and considered one of her most important. First Edition. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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6 OGILVIE, Marilyn & Joy HARVEY (eds.). The Biographical Dictionary of Women in Science: Pioneering Lives from Ancient Times to the Mid-20th Century.
New York and London: Routledge, (2000). 2000 0415920388 / 9780415920384 
Two volumes. FIRST EDITION. 4to. xxxviii, 730; xxvii, (731)-1499 pp. Index. Quarter black paper boards with beige cloth sides, silver stamped spine title, dust-jacket. Bookplates of the Burndy Library. Fine. ISBN: 0415920388 First Edition. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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7 OUTRAM, Dorinda; ABIR-AM, Pnina G. (eds.). Uneasy careers and intimate lives: women in science, 1789-1979.
New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, (1987). 1987 0813512557 / 9780813512556 
8vo. xii, 365 pp. Brick cloth, gilt-stamped spine title, dust jacket. Burndy bookplate. Fine. ISBN: 0813512557 Dust jacket present. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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8 PLOSS, Hermann Heinrich, (1819-1885). Das weib in der natur- un Volkerkunde. Anthroplogische studien ....
Leipzig: Th. Grieben, 1887. 1887 
Two volumes. 8vo. xx, 567; viii, 719 pp. Frontis. port. of Ploss, 7 lithographic plates, 107 text figs., ads; paper brittle, some margins affected. Modern quarter green cloth with spine labels taken from the original cloth spine, original dark green marbled paper over boards; extremities a bit worn, new endleaves. Ownership rubber stamps of Franklin P. Wall. Very good. SCARCE. SECOND EDITION. Ploss's most popular work, it was also one of the most read books in Germany - it went through six editions through 1899. "A vast amount of data concerning every aspect of woman is collected into these volumes. Anthropology, psychology, aesthetics, physiology are all treated at length in what has become a standard and authoritative work. Subsequent editions were edited by Max and Paul Bartels and by von Reitzenstein...." Garrison and Morton. Ploss devoted the majority of his career to professional societies, being instrumental in the establishment of several, notably the Obstetrics Society of Leipzig. He served as an officer of several throughout his life. Ploss did his studies in Leipzig, graduating in 1846. He served in the army and in government as medical advisor. Garrison and Morton 179 (1st ed., 1885). First Edition. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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9 ROSSITER, Margaret W. Women scientists in America; struggles and strategies to 1940
Baltimore & London: Johns Hopkins University Press, (1983). 1983 0801824435 / 9780801824432 
Second printing. 8vo. xviii, 439 pp. 35 plates. Black cloth, silver-stamped spine title, dust jacket; lower corner bumped, jacket chipped. Burndy bookplate. Very good. ISBN: 0801824435 Dust jacket present. 
Price: 4.00 USD
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