152p., very good hardcover in dj, signed by the author and his wife. Second edition, with expanded discussion of his work as a pastor at Manzanar. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Treasure in Earthen Vessels: God's Love ...
Publisher: Penn Lithographics
Publication Date: 1974
Book Description Penn Lithographics, 1974. Paperback. Condition: Used: Very Good. Publisher: Self Publsihed Date of Publication: 1974 Binding: Trade Paperback Edition: Autographed Condition: Very Good/Unknown Description: Very Good Very GoodA life story which included pastoring at the Manzanar internment center for Japanese Americans during World War II. BA613515. Seller Inventory # 613515
Book Description Penn Lithographics Inc., Whittier, CA, 1974. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. SIGNED ON THE TITLE PAGE AS FOLLOWS: "To the Arcadia Meth. | Hospital library with | gratitude for your kindness | in a time of need. This old bit of pottery | just had to be patched up. | Herbert V. Nicholson | Feb 2, 1975." 8vo. 152p. Introduction by Togo Tanaka. Profusely illustrated with black and white captioned photos and two black and white maps. Front wrapper has a drawing in black and white of the Manzanar Relocation Center and the rear wrapper has a large black and white photo of Herbert V. and Madeline Waterhouse Nicholson. Just touches of wear to extremities, wrappers clean and bright, corners square and flat, else near fine to fine with no internal markings. This is the story of the Nicholsons' work in Japan as Quaker missionaries and evangelists. Just before WWII, they returned to Pasadena, CA, and ministered among the Nisei, including eventually Manzanar Relocation Center. This book is filled with details of the detention and relocation process, including a map of all the internment centers. Seller Inventory # 008262