A Proper Bostonian on Sex and Birth Control [Why Not? A Book for Every Woman [and] Is It I? A Book for Every Man]. Horatio Robinson Storer.

A Proper Bostonian on Sex and Birth Control [Why Not? A Book for Every Woman [and] Is It I? A Book for Every Man]

New York: Arno Press, 1974.

Reprint Ed. Hardcover. Good+ with no dust jacket. Item #5683
ISBN: 0405058136

Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, rear hinge repaired with Japan tissue, light cock, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover. ; Reprint of the 1868 edition of Why Not? A book for every woman, published by Lee and Shepard, Boston, and of the 1868 edition of Is it I? A book for every man, published by Lee and Shepard, Boston, which was issued as no. 2 of Tracts for the People. "In 1865, Storer won an AMA prize for his essay aimed at informing women about the moral and physical problems of induced abortion. It was published as Why Not? A Book for Every Woman. It was widely sold and many physicians distributed it to their patients who requested abortion." - Wikipedia. Facsimile reprints of both of Storer's 1868 tracts in a clean ex-library hardcover. ; Sex, Marriage and Society; Ex-Library; xi,99, xix, 154 pages.

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