Bradley, Beach, NJ: Rough and Brown Press, . Second Edition. Signed presentation by Farrington on the front endpaper: "To J.F. West, in pleasant remembrance of my first visit to Pasadena, from the author Harry Webb Farrington, June 11, 1925." Harry Webb Farrington (1879–1930) was an American author, poet, hymn writer, preacher, soldier and education. He was born an orphan and grew up at various locations in Maryland and witnesses the great religious revivals of the late 1890s. The story of his life comes from one of his books, Kilts to Togs: Orphan Adventures (1930). He became an ordained Methodist preacher and served as pastor of the Grace Methodist Church in New York City. He then became the education director in that area for the Methodist Church Welfare League. Due to being paralyzed in an accident, he died on October 27, 1930 in Asbury Park, NJ. 8vo., brick-red cloth; 61 pages. Item #56819
Very Good (covers nice with spine bit dull; contents clean & tight, small "1/2 off" stamp on rear pastedown).