Very Good- Ex-library with call numbers written in white on the book's spine. Library markings on ffep, dedication page, top edge and bfep. Other than call numbers, binding is clean, sound, with very minor wear. Contents are clean and unmarked. No DJ.; Reddish-orange cloth, bright gold lettering. Appendixes. Index. HISTORY. Thomas Bray, together with the societies he established to carry on his work, laid the foundation for nearly one hundred libraries in America between 1695 and 1785, and continued to supply ministers, teachers, and books to the colonies until the Revolution. The chapters: Introduction: The Colonial scene; Thomas Bray; The design; Financing the design; Securing the design; The Provincial library; Two other libraries; The Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge; The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts; The Bray Associates; Appraisal.; 9-1/2" Tall; 115 pages.
Very Good. From a private collection. There is a tiny bit of writing in pencil on the title page and no other writing or highlighting on the rest of the pages. There is a nameplate and initials inside the front cover. The page edges are clean. The bottom right-hand corner of the front cover has a tiny rubbed Mark and a tiny ding and otherwise it is in excellent condition. The back cover is also in excellent condition. A very nice copy that looks like it may not have been used much at all. There is no dust jacket and I don't know if it was issued with one or not. K-1.
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