Fair. Text pages clean with no markings or highlighting. Cover has name of former owner on it & lower right corner clipped. Cover also slightly creased & discolored. Right corner of first interior page clipped. Written to provide a broad-based account of Quakerism. Despite noted flaws, this remains a very readable copy.
Presumed first edition (NAP). Paperback, 215 pp. Good+ to very good. Some soil and wrinkles on covers, L-shaped 1 inch tear and 1x1 inch piece torn off lower corner of front cover, 1/2 x 2 inch black felt pen mark on top edge of textblock, original price label on rear panel, flipped through, prayer glued to blank last page, otherwise tight, clean, paper crisp and unmarked, probably never really read. History and beliefs and practices of Quakerism, beginning with George Fox, evolution from the 17th through 20th centuries, explanations of meetings, role of women, testimonies and concerns, etc. Religion; Quakers; history; social justice.
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