Boston: Little. Brown, (1953). x, 385 p. 1st ed. 
Autobiography which tells of Meyer's "long career of public service in Washington, D.C., engaging in Republican political activities, promoting recreation and the arts, reporting on the British war effort during World War II, campaigning after the war for health care and education and community involvement, always dedicated to social justice" - Patricia K. Addis, "Through a Woman's I." For more on Meyer see NAW.