WOMEN WRITERS : RANDOM LINKS.
AN AMERICAN JOURNAL CONTAINING HUGE BASE OF ILLUSTRATIONS . ABOVE ARE HEAD DRESSES OF THE 1850S.
“In 1830, a “magazine of elegant literature was cast, doubtingly, upon the uncertain stream of public favor–its name the Lady’s Book and Louis A. Godey the publisher. It was a novel enterprise at the time, and few thought it would outlive the first year of its nativity. It soon became apparent, however, that its management was in the hands of one who knew the want of the time, and had the tact and taste required for its supply
Portraits of Women Writers, 1775-1820
British Women’s Novels: A Reading List, 1775-1818