History of the Hopedale Community, from its inception to its virtual submergence in the Hopedale Parish. Adin Ballou.
History of the Hopedale Community, from its inception to its virtual submergence in the Hopedale Parish

History of the Hopedale Community, from its inception to its virtual submergence in the Hopedale Parish

Lowell, Mass. Thompson & Hill, the Vox Populi Press, 1897. First edition, 8vo, pp. [3], iv-xvii, 415, [1]; engraved frontispiece of Ballou; original purple cloth; gilt spine lettering; hinges starting; cloth rubbed; very good. Inscription on front free endpaper: "M. M. Inman from Clara, May 2, 1898." Inman was a lawyer in Springfield, IL who was active from the mid-to-late 19th century. The text was edited by William S. Heywood, Ballou's son-in-law. The history was compiled by Ballou himself as he chronicled the Community's foundation, customs, and ultimate dissolution. Item #57680

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