Dear Mr Booth : Some Early Chapters of the History of The Salvation Army in New Zealand

By: Waite, John C

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Dear Mr Booth : Some Early Chapters of the History of The Salvation Army in New Zealand by Waite, John C
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Wellington, NZ: The Salvation Army Territorial Headquarters, 1963. Not Dated but 1963 latest date mentioned in preface and gift inscription to ffep dated 1965. Maroon bds with black spine title, pp 84 with 11 reproductions of early photos incl some interesting ones of Maori Salvationists in tradional feather cloaks, condtion is not bumped or worn, dj is unclipped with slight edgewear & soiling, contents clean & tight, not foxed. #New Zealand History#. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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