THE SALESLADY. Frances R. DONOVAN.
THE SALESLADY
THE SALESLADY
THE SALESLADY
THE SALESLADY

THE SALESLADY

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1929. Hardcover. 8vo (7.6 in, 19.2 cm). xi, [xii blank], 267, [268 blank] pp. The University of Chicago Sociological Series. Index.

First edition: stated. American teacher turned sociologist, Frances R. Donovan (1880-1965) published The Woman who Waits (1920), The Saleslady (1929), and The Schoolma'am (1938); otherwise, her work is unknown. In his introduction, Robert E. Park slights his former student's work, however methodical and formal as that of any respected sociologist. "She was a keen observer, with a sense of humor, and her perceptions of women as a devalued group are particularly incisive." - Encyclopedia com

NUC 0334763. Kurent, Frances R. Donovan, 1982. Green cloth with yellow labels printed in green to spine and front cover. Top edge green. Lower edge deckle. Spine appears lightened to obscure sticker removal. Front pastedown and title page with library stamp; p. 31 with an inked number to gutter and library stamp. Front endpapers with three very small numerical stamps. Opening two leaves show paste action. C. & p. Tight, clean, and square. Very good. Item #1068

Price: $135.00

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