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Women As Readers

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Parent Issue
Day
31
Month
May
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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The iio"t wuman reads a different clasg of books froni her predecessor, thoughtful librarians teil us. Librarians and their assistants were at first ainosed whenu asked by a tiny blond with big sleeves for a book upon some weighty subject and winked at each other while they dnBted off the book. But after two or three years passed, and the demand remained, they ceased to wink at "the f ad, "and the books on sociology and political science were moved from the top shelves of the "nien's side" down to the low shelves of the "wonuui's. " The American womaii, by hsr roading, is developing marveloïLsly in a political way aud attaining suc!i knowledge as will make her a power in influencing the home circle even if it has no effect in holping her to obtain sutl'rage.

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Subjects
Ann Arbor Argus
Old News