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Titre : La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West...
Éditeur : Little, Brown and Company
Etat du livre : Good
Description du livre Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1899. Hardcover. État : Very Good+. No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. This book is clean, tight, square with sharp corners and unmarked (see note on Perry below). It has some light rubbing. The boards are covered in green cloth with gold titles and designs on the spine. It is illustrated with maps and black & white plates with tissue guards. It has black end papers and 522 pages gilt edged at the top plus ads. This book is from the library of DeWolf Perry and his book plate with his signature is on the front paste down. James DeWolf Perry was an American Episcopal clergyman and prelate. During the Spanish American War, he was chaplain of the 6th Massachusetts Infantry. He married Edith Dean Weir, the artist. On September 21, 1910, Perry was elected the 7th Bishop of Rhode Island at age 39. During World War I, he served as chief of Red Cross chaplains in France from 1918 to 1919. On March 26, 1930, Perry was elected the 18th Presiding Bishop. He was the last Presiding Bishop to retain his diocesan jurisdiction while serving in the national post. The French government awarded him the Legion of Honor in 1934. In a rare instance, he participated directly in politics in 1937 when he accepted an appointment to the Republican Party's Committee on Program, which was charged with drafting "a declaration of principles to redefine the party's stand on political and economic issues. N° de réf. du libraire 009204