England and the English From an American Point of View by Price Collier, 1914

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England and the English From an American Point of View
by Price Collier

14TH IMPRESSION

Price Collier (25 May 1860-03 November 1913), writer and minister, was born Hiram Price Collier in Davenport, Iowa, the son of Robert Laird Collier, a Unitarian clergyman who collected European labor statistics for the U.S. government, and Mary Price, whose father, Hiram Price, was a U.S. congressman. After his mother's death in 1872 Collier spent five years in Europe with his father and became fluent in French and German. In 1882 Collier finished Harvard Divinity School, where he was the youngest student to graduate up to that time. He first occupied the pulpit of the First Parish Church in Hingham, Massachusetts, and in 1888 arrived at the First Unitarian Church of Brooklyn, New York, where he almost instantly became both a sought-after preacher and a man about town.

Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York
Copyright: 1914

Condition: This book is in good condition. Hardcover, no D/J. Navy blue boards are worn along edges and corners. Hinges tight. Binding square. There is an elegant ex libris on the front pastedown belonging to the library of Clifford Stanley Sims. The text block is crisp and clean.

434 pages, 5.5" x 8"
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