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Philadelphia Quakers, 1681-1981 : A Tercentenary Family Album By Robert H. Wilson - Used Books - Hardcover - 1981 - from Tannery Books and Biblio.com

Philadelphia Quakers, 1681-1981 : A Tercentenary Family Album

by Robert H. Wilson

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Philadelphia: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society Of Friends, 1981. Hardcover. Good +/good. Robert H. Wilson, Philadelphia Quakers, 1681-1981 : A Tercentenary Family Album, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society Of Friends, Committee for Publication, 1981. Brown-olive cloth with white lettering, imperial 8vo (about 8 3/4 by 11 inches), 132 pp, many bw photos and illustrations, 4 color plates; DJ with bw photos on white background. Includes documents, histories and biographies, meetings and buildings, furniture and crafts, silhouettes. G+/G: corners bumped, spine ends slightly worn, front board slight curve, clean, no markings; DJ has chipping and several 1-inch tears in edges, minor soiling and crease near spine, unclipped.

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