MARGARET SANGER'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY, FIRST EDITION, WITH A WARM LETTER TO A LONGTIME SUPPORTER SIGNED BY SANGER
SANGER, Margaret. An Autobiography. New York, 1938.
First edition of Sanger’s Autobiography, a chronicle of the dynamic woman who spearheaded the movement for contraceptive rights, with a warm typed letter signed by Sanger, announcing publication of the book, to a longtime supporter, Dr. Shipler: "I wish it were possible for me to send personal copies of the book to all those who, like yourself, have stood by in times of storm and stress and helped to build up the movement and bring it to its present standing in this country as well as throughout the world." $1800.