Titolo: FROM DANCE HALL TO WHITE SLAVERY. STORIES OF...
Casa editrice: PADELL BOOK AND MAGAZINE CO., NY, NY
Data di pubblicazione: 1939
Legatura: PICTORIAL PRINTED PAPER COVERS
Condizione libro: FAIR CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST EDITION.
Tipologia articolo: PROSTITUTION - DANCE
192 PAGES. WEAR OF THE PAPER ON THE SPINE AND EDGES OF THE COVER. TWO FOLDS OF THE BACK COVER. THE CHEAP PAPER IS TONED WITH AGE. THIS IS A REPRINT OF JOHN DILLON'S BOOKLET PUBLISHED IN 1912 ALONG WITH H. W. LYTLE. CHAPTER TITLES INCLUDE "A TRAGEDY EN MASQUE," "A TRAGEDY OF FREIBERG'S," "THE TRAGEDY OF THE WALL FLOWER," "THE TRAGEDY OF VALESKA OF POLAND," "THE TRAGEDY OF THE TELEPHONE GIRL," "THE TRAGEDY OF THE GIRL FROM THE COUNTRY" AND OTHERS. A TYPICAL "STORY TALE" BOOK RELATING HOW GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN ARE LURED INTO PROSTITUTION THROUGH THE "DANCE HALLS" IN CHICAGO. THE TURN OF THE CENTURY DANCE HALLS WERE ASSOCIATED WITH TAVERNS AND BROTHELS AND WHERE PROCURERS COULD LURE NAIVE YOUNG GIRLS INTO A LIFE OF PROSTITUTION. Size: 4 7/8" x 7 5/16". Codice inventario libreria 002597
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