copyright 1927; D. Appleton and Company publishers, New York; hardbound; quite good condition with clean pages; no dust jacket.


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Wright, served as a minister prior to beginning his artistic and writing career. The story begins: In a suite of offices high up in the Union Mining Building in Kansas City, an old Negro janitor was engaged in his humble evening tasks. Save for this ancient colored man the rooms were deserted. The place was unmistakably a center of large business interests. The dark, rich woods of the paneled wainscoting, heavy moldings, polished desks, and leather upholstered chairs, the bronze fixtures, steel filing cases, and massive vault door, all served to create an atmosphere of vast financial strength.

GOD AND THE GROCERYMAN by Harold Bell Wright

SKU: BS220