New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1938. Hardcover. Small 4to (9.4 in, 23.9 cm). ,  5-504  pp.; frontis. Index. Tribute by Pearl Buck on jacket lower panel.
First edition: Teacher, social worker, and nurse, Margaret Sanger (1879-1966) witnessed frequent pregnancies and botched abortions. Sanger founded the paper, The Woman Rebel. She left the U.S. to avoid an accusation of obscenity, investigated an improved diaphragm, and returned to find that her sister and husband had been jailed. Margaret Sanger's NYC clinic was in great demand, but soon closed as illegal. An activist and worldwide speaker, Sanger was a prolific writer on family planning and contraception.
NUC 0109386. Feminist Companion. Publisher's blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Top edge red. Jacket in clear archival protector. Endpapers and two opening blanks with limited foxing. Jacket with subtle short closed tears, reverse and flaps with pale foxing. Well-preserved, tight, and clean first edition in well-preserved dust jacket. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Item #1087