First EditionMabel Rael Putnam, The Winning of the First Bill of Rights for American Women. Milwaukee: Frank Putnam, 1923. First edition. 5.5 inches x 7.5 inches. 92 pages. Original gold boards. Five black and white photographs of the author and other important figures at the court proceedings. A close account of key moments in the passing of the first bill of rights for women in the United States from a woman who was in the courtroom during proceedings. Water stain on front and back pastedown and free endpapers. Single light pink stain along margin and foreedge, an inch and a half at its largest, does not effect text. Pages toned, and titles faded on spine, but textblock and binding tight. In very good condition. Very rare: NUC locates 6 copies.(DLC, ICN, PBm, MiU, OCL, MB).