Sisters of the Night. Jess Stearn.

Sisters of the Night. The Startling Story of Prostitution in New York Today

New York: Gramercy Publishing Company, 1956. 1st Edition. Octavo, publisher's green textured paper-covered boards, spine stamped in black, original dust jacket.

Journalistic investigation into the lives and working conditions of New York's "B-girls, 'Pony' girls, streetwalkers, high-priced call girls and madams," by New York Daily News and Newsweek reporter Stearn, based on a series of articles by him. Prefaced with excerpts from a report on the Women's Court and the problem of prostitution by NYC Chief Magistrate John M. Murtagh. Spine-ends gently banged, unclipped dust jacket with chipping to spine-ends and light edgewear. Item #680


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