Encouraging Experiences of Free Libraries, Reading and Recreation Rooms . . . With Hints How to Obtain Really Good Books at Moderate Prices. By Lady John Manners. JANETTA MANNERS, DUCHESS OF RUTLAND.

Encouraging Experiences of Free Libraries, Reading and Recreation Rooms . . . With Hints How to Obtain Really Good Books at Moderate Prices. By Lady John Manners.

Publisher: Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, (1886).
Edition: First edition.
Condition: Fragile wrappers a little chipped and worn; very good copy.
Book ID: 28020

Description

8vo, original printed wrappers, [94] pages.

Comments

One of several works by Janetta Hughan Manners, Duchess of Rutland (1836-1899), on the benefits of libraries, guilds and other societies, in promoting the well-being of the working class. Lady Manners was an advocate for rights and greater involvement of women in society and dedicates this work to Queen Victoria. Her husband, John Manners, was the 7th Duke of Rutland and a sometime poet.

Price: $150.00

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