HANDICAP RACE, The Inspiring Story of Roger Arnett

By: Wilson, Dorothy Clarke

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in 1931, record-breaking track athlete Roger Arnett was on his way to a meet when a car accident left him a paraplegic in a time when paraplegia was not well understood, and meant endless battles with infections and other ailments; this is his story, from his marriage to a polio sufferer and their adoption of three children, to cultivating and cross-breeding prize-winning varieties of gladioli, to his ministry to bring hope and assistance to the physically disabled; this copy signed, on front free end paper, by the biography's subject ("With best wishes,/Roger Arnett"); navy cloth, 278 pgs. + brief author bio, illustrated; mild wear to corners/spine ends, light tanning, mild general wear; dj w/moderate edgewear, 1/4" tear to top edge of front panel, a couple of scratches to same, moderate general wear;

Title: HANDICAP RACE, The Inspiring Story of Roger Arnett

Author Name: Wilson, Dorothy Clarke

Categories: Auto/Biography, Signed (all categories),

Publisher: New YorkMcGraw-Hill Book Company:

Seller ID: 008772

Keywords: DOROTHY CLARKE WILSON, ROGER ARNETT, PARAPLEGIA, PARAPLEGIC, PARAPLEGICS, HANDICAP, HANDICAPS, HANDICAPPED, TRACK, ATHLETE, ATHLETES, POLIO, GLADIOLI , GLADS, PHYSICALLY DISABLED, MINISTERS, SIGNED, WHEELCHAIR, WHEELCHAIRS, A UTO/BIOGRAPHY