Two Centuries of Methodist Concern: Bondage, Freedom and Education of Black People - James P. Brawley - Signed first edition
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Two Centuries of Methodist Concern: Bondage, Freedom and Education of Black People by James P. Brawley (1897-1986) dean and president of Clark College. Signed first edition, Vantage Press, 1974. Inscribed to E.L. and Jewel Simon. Edwin L. Simon was the Sr. Vice president of Atlanta Life Insurance Company; Jewel Woodward Simon (1911-1996) was a noted sculptor, painter, printmaker, poet, musician, and prominent Atlanta civic leader.
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