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Stewards of the Mysteries of God. Friedrich von hügel and William Medley of Rawdon. A study in spiritual Catholicity., Chambers, P. Franklin
1 Chambers, P. Franklin Stewards of the Mysteries of God. Friedrich von hügel and William Medley of Rawdon. A study in spiritual Catholicity.
London Kingsgate Press 1936 perback Very Good- 
Stapled booklet - stapling slightly oxidized, but still intact. Pale brown, thick paper wrappers; a trifle marked. Owner's name inside rear wrapper. ; 8vo (5" x 8"); 23 pages 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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Billie's Blues  Biography of Billie Holiday, Chilton, John
2 Chilton, John Billie's Blues Biography of Billie Holiday
Quartet Books 1975 0704320916 / 9780704320918 Hardback Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
Front of jacket clean and unmarked, slightly creased at edges. Page block is square, with minor age-toning. Hinges are strong, and binding is sound. Interior pages are crisp, clean, and entirely unmarked.; 8.58 X 5.35 X 1.10 inches; 272 pages 
Price: 6.50 GBP
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3 Gourse, Leslie Every Day The Story of Joe Williams
Quartet Books 1985 0704324660 / 9780704324664 Hardback Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket 
VG/VG-, black boards with gilt, in a colour-illustrated d/jkt, slightly creased down the front flap; text & b&w plates inside are clean & bright. How Willaims went from the Count Basie Band to solo singer. ; 8.90 X 5.70 X 0.90 inches; 224 pages 
Price: 7.00 GBP
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Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes - In Search of Blind Willie McTell, Gray, Michael
4 Gray, Michael Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes - In Search of Blind Willie McTell
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC 2007 0747565600 / 9780747565604 Hardback Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
Warning: this is a heavy item and will require additional shipping costs; Dust jacket, VG; boards sturdy; binding tight; pages unmarked, appears unread; edges unmarked. The great pre-war blues musician Blind Willie McTell was one of the most gifted artists of his generation, with an exquisite voice and a sublime talent for the 12-string guitar. Yet he never achieved stardom, and until now little has been written about his extraordinary life. In this odyssey to the American South, Gray evokes the turbulent history of McTell's time and place and peels back the many layers of his compelling, sometimes tragic but ultimately uplifting story. Part biography, part travelogue, part social history, this is an atmospheric, unforgettable tale. ; 9.29 X 6.06 X 1.73 inches; 448 pages 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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