Title: Biographical Catalogue. The Bulletin of the ...
Publisher: Trustees of the Western Theological Seminary, Allegheny, PA
Publication Date: 1909
Book Condition: Good
Bound in maroon library cloth with the original stiff paper wrapper retained. The front of the wrapper is partially cracked at the hinge. The binding is a little scuffed, but solid. Ex lib, with older matter and an 1895 presentation bookplate. 6 x 9, 355 clean pp. The call numbers and title are in gilt on the spine. There is a blotch on the spine probably from a removed label. There is an old paper label on the spine, chipped on one edge, with a "P" on it. A small stamp at back is probably the date when it was bound, May 1910. OCLC 38122536; 6 locations. An account of all of the faculty and students of this Presbyterian Seminary from the class of 1827 to that of 1909. Each entry gives birth, death, academic history, list of churches or other ministries the individual served, and books written by. With an index of names. This school merged with the Pittsburgh-Xenia seminary in 1959 to form the present Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. Bookseller Inventory # 358
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