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Chicago: Fleming H. Revell Co.. 1913. Second Edition. Inscribed by the author (1914) on ffep. ix+320pp. Hardcover, no jacket. Top edge gilt. Deckled fore-edge. Illustrated with b/w photographs. Good+ condition. Maroon cloth boards are well worn and sunfaded. A handful of foxing spots inside, but generally clean and unmarked, square and securely bound. A very nice copy, especially inside. A history of the Church, with biographical sketches of the ministers, and an inscription by the author. (cfm)
Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press. (1992). 186pp. 1st edition. Hardcover. In very good condition. The covers are clean and bright. Internally, aside from a small spot on the ffep where someone tried to remove a prior name, a very good, clean copy. *Part of the South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism.
New York:New York University Press. 1966. 429pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Yellow boards lightly soiled. No previous owners signatures but there are a few neatly inked notes to margins. The dust jacket is in fair condition with much shelf-wear and small chips and tears to edges, with a larger tear across the front board, now repaired with tape.
THE JOHANNINE EPISTLES. A Commentary on The Johannie Epistles. (Hermeneia-A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible)
Philadelphia:Fortress Press. (1978. 2nd edition. xiv+143pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition, with light soiling of page edges but free of previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and sun-faded, but still in very good condition.
Berkeley:University of California Press. (1980). 1st edition. xii+146pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. A near fine, clean, bright copy inside and out, with a very good, lightly shelfworn dust jacket. * "In this study Walther Heissig focuses on the existence in Mongolia of religious forms which have more ancient roots enen than Buddhism. The forms of Northern Buddhism in Mongolia correspond in the main to those Tibetan forms from which they originated, and which Professor Guiseppe Tuci describes and explains in The Religions of Tibet, a companion volume to this work."...dj
New York:Fleming H. Revell Company. (1895). 193pp. Illustrated by Mary A Lathbury. Hardcover. Decorated green boards lightly soiled and shelfworn,with a small ding to top of front cover edge, but with gilt still bright on cover and spine strip. Top edges gilt. Internally end-pages age-toned/foxed with a previous owners inscription to 1st free flyleaf, otherwise pages clean and bright. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good copy.
Philadelphia:The Commercial Museum. 1924. 120pp. With essays by Max L. Margolis, James A. Montgomery, Walter Woodburn Hyde, Franklin Edgeton, Theophile J. Meek and Wilfred H. Schoff. Rebound in buckram. Gray boards slightly soiled and shelfworn, with gilt on spine still bright. Internally, endpages age toned with some margin notes to lists of authors, but otherwise in very good, clean condition.
Onset, MA: Self Published. 1904. 1st edition. 165pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Red boards soiled and shelfworn with rubbing along spine edges and wear with fraying to spine ends. Edge points bumped with bottom edge points worn to boards. Internally clean with no previous owners marks or signatures. Just a couple stray marks/smudges scattered throughout. The binding is tight and hinges intact. *Part 1 -"In which are Related the Early Struggles, the Organization of and the Erection of a Place of Worship by the On-I-Set Wigwam Co-Workers, with Half-Tone Cuts of the Wigwam and Vicinity, many Charter Members: and an account of its Labors." Part 2 - "A Collection of Poems Dedicated by Their Writers, to the On-I-Set Wigwam Co-Workers."
TRIAL OF L.A. GOTWALD, D.D., PROFESSOR OF PRACTICAL THEOLOGY IN WITTENBERG THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, APRIL 4TH AND 5TH 1893, UPON CHARGES OF DISLOYALTY
Philadelphia: Lutheran Publication Society. 1893. First Edition. vii+159pp. Hardover, no jacket. Top edge brown. Very Good- condition. Brown boards moderately rubbed with some grime darkening. Gilt titling on spine still bright. Some fabric tear at top of spine with small loss. Hinges cracking, and ffep present but loose. Interior is clean and unfoxed. Pages are securely bound. This is Gotwald's side of the story, defending his character as "an honorable and honest Christian man. (cfm)
Laywomen and Almswomen. London:George Routledge & Sons. 1930. 391pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Boards are worn at the edges and edge-points, but are in very good condition. Interior is clean and bright, with no errant markings whatsoever. Overall, this is a very good copy.
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