JOHN HEYL VINCENT
Vincent, Leon H.
A Biographical Sketch
A comprehensive biography of John Heyl Vincent, an American Methodist Episcopal bishop who was the chief founder of the Chautauqua Assembly in 1874 and chancellor of Chautauqua University from its organization in 1878. He published five religious books during his lifetime. Accompanied by three illustrations including the frontispiece.Gift note on free front endpaper. Slight shelf wear. Offset from old newpaper clipping between pages 34 and 35.
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