Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Dark blue cloth, gilt lettering. Damage with 1" crescent-shaped loss at along lower front fore-edge near corner, otherwise modest shelf wear, surface rubbing. Front hinge a bit weak. Clean interior. Acceptabe reference copy.
Very Good+ Hardcover first printing, no dustjacket, inscribed, dated and signed by the author: "John H. Wood, Jr. from Francis R. Taylor-3/25/1933." This is a clean copy inside and out with no remarkable flaws, The dark blue cover looks nearly new and the gold title on the spine is still bright, 474 pages, five illustrations, information on Quakerism, Native Americans, Europe, Savery's ministry; Signed by Author.
Fine in Very Good jacket. First edition. Corners a little bumped, else fine in moderately worn, very good dustwrapper with a couple of tears and small chips. Biography of a Quaker humanist. Scarce in the flimsey jacket.
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