Book Condition: Near Fine in Good dust jacket
Edition: Second Printing
Publisher: New York: Simon and Schuster, 1961.
Edition in Near Fine condition with wearing to the boards in a Good dust-jacket with significant edgewear with repair tape over several chips.
Henrietta Szold was a woman of valor who dedicated her life to helping others. Born in 1860, Henrietta was one of twelve children. At the age of sixteen, she left her home in Hungary to escape the brutality of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Henrietta arrived in the United States in 1882 and found work as a seamstress. In 1904, Henrietta founded the Women's Bureau, the first national women's organization in the United States. Henrietta was a tireless advocate for women's rights, and she worked tirelessly to make sure that women had the same opportunities as men. Henrietta Szold died in 1945, and her legacy lives on.; 8vo; 448 pages; TBC;.