[Cheyenne, Wyoming]: The Daily Sun, Book and Job Printing, 1893. 8vo. 60 pp. Original brick red cloth, title gilt on front cover (scuffed, spine soiled). Hinges tight, binding perfectly sound. On first binder's blank a faded unidentified ex-library stamp ("W[...] College). Very good. Item #3454
A NOBLE DOCUMENT, BEING THE FIRST CONSTITUTION IN THE WORLD TO GRANT VOTING RIGHTS TO WOMEN, AS WELL AS THE RIGHT OF WOMEN TO HOLD OFFICE. As per Article VI, p. 24: "The rights of citizens of the State of Wyoming to vote and hold office shall not be denied or abridged on account of sex. Both male and female citizens of this state shall equally enjoy all civil, political and religious rights and privileges."
Whereas the Ordinances on p. 59 are dated 1889, our edition was likely printed in 1893: earlier editions list only forty delegates, while this one lists forty-five delegates to the Convention (Melville C. Brown was its President and John K. Jeffrey its Secretary).
Eberstadt Catalogue 167 (1965) no. 533 (this copy?). Streeter 2258. Not in Kuhlman or McMurtrie.