Chicago: Privately Printed, 1933. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo. Full calf. Gilt bordering to boards, lettering at spine. In original cloth slipcase; felt-lined, calf borders. Sepia toned, portrait photograph mounted as frontispiece. Slipcase with mild shelfwear. Previous ownership sticker to interior. Tiny nicks from leather at spine. Overall sound, clean. Near fine. Near fine. Item #15270
A privately printed memorial honoring the life of Leonore Brewer Cudahy (1887-1932). Noted Chicago philanthropist and wife of Edward Cudahy, heir to an Omaha meat packing concern and victim of much publicized 1900 kidnapping. Leonore served on the board of directors of St. Luke's Hospital, The Girls Latin School of Chicago, the Traveler's Aid Society of Chicago and as Provincial Director of The National Council on Catholic Women. A beautiful production. OCLC notes only three institutional holdings.