A Mirror for the Society of Friends: Being the Story of the Hitchin Quakers With an Introduction by Edward Grubb. Reginald L. Hine.
A Mirror for the Society of Friends: Being the Story of the Hitchin Quakers With an Introduction by Edward Grubb

A Mirror for the Society of Friends: Being the Story of the Hitchin Quakers With an Introduction by Edward Grubb

London: George Allen & Unwin, 1929. Lucas, Samuel. First published in The History of Hitchin, vol. 2, 1929; this separate edition published later the same year. 150, [2] p.: 9 in-text drawings, 13 leaves of illustrations (many by Samuel Lucas); 25 cm. Green cloth with gilt-stamped spine title and decoration; gilt-stamped center medallion on both boards. Title page in red and black, with decorative border. Publisher's device on page following index. Top page edges gilt. Includes bibliography and index. Faint white library call numbers on spine. Front fixed endpaper bears inscription: Friends House Preparative Meeting Library. The same, with Friends House, Euston Road, London, stamped on the front free endpaper. Former owner's inscription on front free endpaper: "Helen F. Carpenter, Withleigh, West Heath Rd [Hampstead, London] NW3." A history of the Society of Friends in Hitchen, Herfordshire, England. In Very Good- Condition: spine is sunned (slightly faded); ends of spine and corners rubbed, with fraying at head of spine; remains of white call numbers on spine; cover slightly soiled; foxing, primarily on first few leaves, including title page; otherwise clean and tight. Very Good -. Item #002150

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