Quantity: 1 available
Condition: Very Good- in Good dust jacket
Text is clean. Endpapers toning. Cover shows wear, exposed cloth sunfaded. Dust jacket shows heavy wear, with chipping at spine ends and tears to front panel. ; This volume is a collection of observations the author made while visiting religious services in the mid 1930's. Includes a chapter on The Salvation Army, where the author attended the 1936 Cadet Welcoming service at the Eastern Division Training School.
Title: I Went to Church in New York
Location Published: New York, The Graymont Publishers: 1937
Book Condition: Very Good- in Good dust jacket
Categories: Religious Studies
Seller ID: 38755