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SPENCER, Walter.

The Glory in the Garret.

London, The Epworth Press, 1932 Stock Code: 91344
£65.00
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Notes

First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "To my colleague and friend, David R. Mace from Walter Spencer, with every kind thought. June 27th 1932." A Methodist minister's account of Christian missions among the slums of South London.

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Description

Octavo. Original red boards, spine and front board lettered in black. With the dust jacket.

Illustrations

Frontispiece and 3 black and white plates.

Condition

Spine slightly creased, front inner hinge cracked but holding, in the slightly soiled jacket that has some nicks and chips on extremities, and a small closed tear on foot of front panel. A good, bright, copy.

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