THE POWER I PLEDGE, Being a Centenary Study of the Life of William Quarrier and The Work He Pioneered

By: Ross, James

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the story of the founder of The Orphan Homes of Scotland, where thousands of children were given a home environment and taught self-reliance; Quarrier, born in 1829, became a Christian when seventeen years old, and dedicated his life to improving conditions for those in need; blue cloth, 118 pgs. incl. Epilogue/Council of Management and Officials/Bibliography, illustrated; previous owner's name in small ink letters at top of front free end paper, mild general wear; lightly edgeworn dj w/impressions/thin scratches, light smudging, 1/4" tear to top edge of rear panel;

Title: THE POWER I PLEDGE, Being a Centenary Study of the Life of William Quarrier and The Work He Pioneered

Author Name: Ross, James

Categories: Auto/Biography,

Publisher: Glasgow, Quarrier's Homes/Robert MacLehose: 1971

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Size: Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall

Seller ID: 009026

Keywords: WILLIAM QUARRIER, JAMES ROSS, CHILDREN, ORPHAN, ORPHANS, BOYS, GIRLS, QUARRIER'S HOMES, ORPHAN HOMES OF SCOTLAND, CONSUMPTION, TUBERCULOSIS, HOSPITAL, HOSPITALS, ORPHANAGE, ORPHANAGES, PHILANTHROPY, PHILANTHROPIST, PHILANTHROPISTS, CHRISTIANS, CHRISTIANIT