Palgrave. The United Church and the Community
by McLean, Floence E. And Mundy Rev. George A
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Albion Ontario: Palgrave United Church, 1978 A great centennial history of the United church signed by both authors on the title page. Very tight clean book illustrated throughout ( 166 pages) with b/w photos with a history of founding members. Brown endpapers unmarked. Orange boards with black illustration of the church, solid and unmarked. Tipped in letter from Buckingham Palace dated 1978 (facimile ) and addressed to Mrs Bible, Palgrave with a message from the Queen expressing her interest re the centenary and signed by her Lady in Waiting..
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- Palgrave. The United Church and the Community
- McLean, Floence E. And Mundy Rev. George A
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- No Jacket
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- First Edition
- Palgrave United Church
- Place of Publication
- Albion Ontario
- Date Published
- Palgrave United Church History Centenary Edition
- 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
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