Red leather with gold colored print on spine. Edges are red. Red cloth marker ribbon. Red endpapers with pasted-in typed note of praise for Ingersoll on front pages. Six blank, lined pages in the rear for the reader to list their own index. Sound and unmarked. 576 pages including index. Slipcase is red colored in very good condition. Corners have light shelf wear and three small green dot stains on back. One side has printed promotional paste-on and the other has past-on photo of Ingersoll. Size: 5 1/4 X 7 1/2. Bookseller Inventory # 006232
Title: INGERSOLL THE MAGNIFICENT: To Which Has Been...
Publisher: The Freethought Press
Publication Date: 1957
Binding: Leather in Slipcase
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: No Edition Stated.
Book Description FREETHOUGHT PRESS. Flexible. Book Condition: Good. FLEXIBLE Legendary independent bookstore online since 1994. Reliable customer service and no-hassle return policy. Humanities>Philosophy>Atheism and Humanism. Book: USED, Good. Bookseller Inventory # 07111000023404100. Bookseller Inventory # 07111000023404100
Book Description Freethought Press Association, New York, 1957. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good -. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Robert Green Ingersoll was an American lawyer and orator (1833-1899) who commanded an Illinois volunteer (Union) cavalry regiment in the Civil War and was Attorney General for the State of Illinois, but he became most famous as "The Great Agnostic," attacking popular Christian beliefs in his lectures and writings. Though he scandalized the orthodox clergy, Ingersoll had his own humanistic creed: the belief that happiness is the only good and that the way to be happy is to make others so. In his lecture "Liberty," he said, "I am the inferior of any man whose rights I trample under foot." In this book, he explains his reasons for discarding the superstition of religion. 576 pages (the last six pages are headed "index" with "subject" and "page" subheadings, and contain blank ruled pages for creating your own index); red leatherette boards with gilt print on spine; boards and text are warped from dampstain (darkened waterstain is visible on the front endpapers, at the hinge), back board is badly rubbed and scratched, corners and spine ends are chipped and spine is reinforced with clear book tape; binding is good, text is unmarked and in very good reading condition. Bookseller Inventory # PH06141
Book Description Freethought Press Association. LEATHER BOUND. Book Condition: Fine. B0006AV9DQ Freethought Press Association, 1957, red leather, SIGNED by Lewis on front end paper, including supplemental materials, in a slipcase with slight wear. Bookseller Inventory # SKU1001436