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Letters from the hearth

by Dan Madigan

Condition: As New


Sacramento: Sacramento Food Bank Services, 1998. Uncorrected Proof. Oversized paperback. As New. As New/no jacket as issued. Very likely a pre-publication proof. Fine/No dust jacket as issued. As new softcover, clean and crisp. Appears to have been unread. Letters from Father Dan Madigan, founder and president of Sacramento Food Bank Services, to food bank volunteers and supporters. The letters date from 1976 to 1998. This is an earlier edition than any found in Worldcat, and may be a proof or draft. No ISBN, no copyright, and letters end in 1997 instead of the common 2001 edition. Over 75 letters, unpaginated. Small quarto, 8 1/4 x 11 inches tall.


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