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An unusual business and spiritual autobiography, this 1923 book is American Midwestern entrepreneur Arthur Nash's life story, from his birth in post-Civil War Indiana and his upbringing amidst a confused religious environment to his embrace of Christianity and his building of a successful Cincinnati clothing company upon the laws of kindness and fellowship espoused by Jesus.
A prominent Freemason, Nash, who died in 1927, dedicated his life to the idea of human achievement fueled by a higher power, and this heartfelt work embraces and celebrates that philosophy.About the Author:
Arthur Nash is a freelance archivist and a major contributor of historical objects to the National Museum of Crime and Punishment in Washington, D.C., as well as the Las Vegas Museum of Law Enforcement and Organized Crime, also known as the MOB Museum. In 2006, Nash introduced "MADE In America," the first public exhibition addressing gangland's enduring impact on our nation's pop culture. He currently resides at the landmark Hotel Chelsea in New York City.
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