[Wallingford, Pa., : Pendle Hill], 1951, 1975 printing.
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This is selected passages from Caroline Stevens' book, Quaker Strongholds, 1890, a Quaker classic about the cornerstone and foundation of Quakerism. Caroline Stevens lived 1834-1909.
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Pendle Hill Pamphlet 59; inscription: D. M. Gibbons 36 Downshire Rd Elsternwick 56; 3/13 Belmont Ave., Glen Iris, 3146
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