Quantity: 1 available
Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket
388 pages; 8vo (8") 21 cm; Hardcover, brown cloth over beveled boards, 388 pages, dark green endpapers, gilt lettering on front and spine, footnotes, superb b/w portrait engraving frontispiece with tissue guard. ; Copyright 1877. Title page 1878. ; The Rev. Thomas Whittemore (1800-1861) was one of the most important Universalist of the 19th century. He edited 'Trumpet & Universalist Magazine' for 33 years, helped found Universalist Historical Society and Tufts University, served as president of the Universalist Church of America, and never backed down from fighting for what was right. The Rev. John Greenleaf Adams (1810-1887) authored many books on Universalist history and was a close personal friend of Thomas Whittemore. ; Very little wear. Front endpaper wrinkled. Owner name (Mary A. Peabody, 23 Columbus Ave) penned on front flyleaf in a fine hand in old ink. No other marks. Remarkably attractive and well preserved book.
Title: Memoir of Thomas Whittemore, D. D.
Location Published: Universalist Publishing House: 1878
Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket
Item: 1.30 lbs
Seller ID: 20346
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