Building Tomorrow: A Religious Search for a Better Industrial Society

Richie, David S.

Published by Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 1959
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Title: Building Tomorrow: A Religious Search for a ...

Publisher: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, Philadelphia, PA

Publication Date: 1959

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good +

Edition: 1st Edition


Paper covers browned and scuffed with meeting stamp on front cover, front cover pulled back enough to show staples, binding tight, pages lightly yellowed, very good. 100 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 086640

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