Having It All Brown 1983 I am sure most of you have heard of Helen Gurley Brown, probably best known as the editor in chief at Cosmopolitan. Her best known book was Sex and the Single Girl, published in 1962.
Having It All A Practical Guide to Managing a Home and a Career Gabriel and Baldwin 1980 I would have jumped on any book like this back in the day. Of course my older wiser self recognizes that no one
Oh Well! You Know How Women Are! and Isn’t That Just Like a Man! Cobb 1920 Submitter: I came across this gem on our discards cart. It comes from an undisclosed university library in the Pacific Northwest. This book was
Housewife’s Guide to Women’s Liberation Anticaglia 1972 The early 1970s was one of the peak times in the Women’s movement. This is considered to be second wave feminism which focused on legal equity beyond voting rights (first wave feminism). This
Careers for Women in Uniform Heiman and Myers 1971 Everyone knows I have a particular issue with career books. This one is particularly interesting as it is all about recruiting women into the the armed forces. Considering the year this
Debbie Drake’s Easy Way to a Perfect Figure and Glowing Health Drake 1961 Debbie Drake was featured on our site back in 2011 with this exact book. The book’s condition was pretty sad and my scans weren’t very good. It
Discovering a Lovelier You Craig 1974 If you remember, we have featured a few of these books (because one book just wouldn’t be enough to fix what is wrong with women). Remember how to figure out your man? Or how
Home Repairs Any Woman Can Do Philbin 1973 Submitter: [This] book so obviously dismisses females as able to perform home maintenance. Besides that, the book seems to contain useful information for any homeowner not exactly knowledgeable about construction, plumbing, electrical