Letters From The Quaker Past
BY HENRY CADBURY
SECONDHAND COPY,owners sticker on frontg good condition book with dust jacket. A collection of the letters that Henry Cadbury wrote to be published in Friends Journal over many years. It starts with one written from England in 1941 and after another 240 ends in 1969. Topics range from Friends and the erie canal to Benjamin Franklins Quakerishness, and even William Bradford, the young man charged by Fox himself to be the first Quaker Bookdealer in America, but who didn't quite manage it.
Friends Journal 1972 342 PP. Cloth
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