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Comrades in Service by  Margaret Ernestine Burton - First edition - 1915 - from Scraps of American History (SKU: 01650)

Comrades in Service

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Comrades in Service

by Burton, Margaret Ernestine

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New York: Missionary Education Movement of the United Stated and Canada, 1915. First edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 200 pages with advertisements, illustrated with black and white photographs. The stories of eleven missionaries from many different backgrounds including Jacob A. Riis, Chundra Lela, J. A. Burns, Kaji Yajima, Dwight L. Moody, Li Bi Cu,Thomas Crosby, Samuel Adjai Crowther, Frances Jackson Coppin, Syngman Rhee and Grace H. Dodge. Red cloth binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine. Corners and spine ends bumped, light wear to cover edges, spine a little cocked, a little spotting, interior pages slightly spotted and tanned, binding tight.


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Comrades in Service
Burton, Margaret Ernestine
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Used - Good
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No jacket
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First edition
Missionary Education Movement of the United Stated and Canada
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New York
Date published
religion, missions, history, Christianity
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Unique bookstore in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. We specialize in vintage and antiquarian volumes with an emphasis on history, but carry books on many subjects. Currently we are building a catalogue from a large collection. We have been members of since around 2001 under the name Greenberry House. Our descriptions are detailed and careful and we try to note every flaw. ALL of our books are photographed and show you the exact item you will receive. We ship within one business day of receipt of orders and generally do not add shipping charges to the amount on your original invoice.


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