Publisher: Thomas p. Halpin & Co, Chicago
Publication Date: 1904
6" x 4.5". 207pp. Ivory cloth covered boards with gilt lettering on spine with mild edge wear and some soiling else a VG+ copy. A book of poetry and verse. Blake drew some of his inspiration from Shakespeare's sonnets. "James Vila Blake was a Unitarian minister who lived in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, serving congregations in Illinois. He is remembered in part for writing a covenant for Unitarians in Evanston in 1894. The simple and direct language expressed the heart of Unitarianism at the time and was adopted by many other Unitarian congregations in the decades that followed.". Bookseller Inventory # 6247
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