Bryn Mawr College Special Collections manages extensive collections of art, artifacts, rare books, manuscripts, and photographs, as well as the historical records of the College.
One of its many interesting items recently caught the eye of the writer of Slate’s “The Vault,” a blog dedicated to “historical treasures, oddities, and delights.”
“I first saw this book via a Bryn Mawr College online exhibition about suffrage and World War I, which included a page on anti-suffrage efforts at the college. (The book is also available on the Internet Archive.)”
The book in question is Ten Little Suffergets, an anti-suffrage book that was published circa 1910.
For more on the book, read the post on Slate.