The Lost Document: A Story of the Northwest
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88 p. The author of this book, rector of Holy Trinity Church, Minneapolis, acknowledges that it is a little off the beaten path for a church man, but that the young men and women of his congregation may appreciate it. It is "truth [that] has been arrayed in fiction." It is an appropriately Christian romantic tale of lost fortunes, lost loves, births and deaths, and fortuitous events. 16mo (5 5/8" x 4 4/8"), cloth hard cover with a little wear on the spine and extremities; gilt title and figured endpapers, black-and-white drawings~25.00~091614AG~fiction, church, religion. Bookseller Inventory # 71115
Title: The Lost Document: A Story of the Northwest
Publisher: Minneapolis: the author; printed by H.H. Henning
Publication Date: 1887
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
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