Problems Women Solved: Being the Story of the Woman's Board of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition
San Francisco: The Woman's Board, 1915. First Edition. 8vo. xcii, 191 pp +  pages of tipped-in photographic plates. Illustrations. "Printed at the press of the Blair-Murdock Company, San Francisco under the direction of John Henry Nash in the month of January MDCCCCXVI"--Colophon. Tan linen spine & brown paper covered boards, cream printed title label to spine in publishers brown illustrated dustjacket. "Women's Board Golden Gate International Exposition" stamped in red on ffep and inside rear board. A fine copy in fine dustjacket (short closed tear to upper front edge). Item #21131
What vision, enthusiasm, work, and co-operation accomplised. The Panama-Pacific International Exposition has been properly spoken of as an International mosaic, and of its great pattern, vari-hued, brilliant and charming, no portion was more attractive than the colorful part furnished by our splendid women, represented by the Woman's Board of the Exposition. Earnestness, intelligence, unselfishness and public spirit when into the foundation on which their activities were built...they never faltered nor demurred however great the responsibility placed on them. The Woman's Board was appointed by the Board of Directors as the official hostesses of the Exposition. - An Appreciation.