75 pp text approx, 30 pp photos. Black loose-leaf ring binder, gilt title. Spine missing large piece from bottom, boards worn and binding loose but holding. Text is tanned but clean and complete. Book is filled with essays and entreaties to help the impoverished and hungry. Ledoux was an advocate for the poor and unemployed, and arranged protests and demonstrations in favor of the economically deprived. He was known as Mr. Zero in order to hide his identy. "To do good is my creed. To love my fellowmen is my faith. To serve them is my profession." Urbain Ledoux. The last 30 pages are filled with photos of Mr. Zero performing many of his humanitarion roles. A compelling character. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Mr. Zero's Scrap Book
Publisher: Old Bucks and Lame Ducks Club and The Tub
Publication Date: 1931
Binding: Ring Binder
Book Condition: Very Good
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