La mujer uruguaya reclama sus derechos políticos. 1930?
Luisi, Paulina, Alianza Uruguaya de Mujeres, and Consejo Nacional de Mujeres del Uruguay. La mujer uruguaya reclama sus derechos políticos. Discursos pronunciados en la Universidad en el meetin público del 5 de dic. de 1929. Montevideo: Editorial Apolo, [1930?]. 6-⅜ x 4-¾ in., 211 pp.; transcripts of eleven speeches given by prominent Uruguayan suffragists, each preceded by a b/w pl. reproducing a photographic portrait of the author, followed by additional documents and dialogues, includes a tipped-in folding map, designed by Luisi, comparing women’s rights across the globe, a few pages creased or or light edgewear, map with small crease at bottom edge, half-title with long closed tear, held together by errata slip verso; in orig. pictorial wrpprs., spine darkened with closed tears (repaired?), front cover with random blind impressions, sl. toned.
Iconic world map of women’s rights accompanies speeches given in support of the political rights of women by leading Uruguayan feminists. Edited by the Uruguay’s first woman medical doctor, Paulina Luisi—a call-to-arms for Latin American suffragists.