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When the Sun Stood Still

Cyrus Townsend Brady

Cyrus Townsend Brady (1861-1920) was an American preacher, journalist and writer. He objected to women having the vote. This novel was first published in the USA by Fleming H. Revell Company in 1917.

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Bibliography code: JAR-22.3

Publisher: Jarrolds

Series: none

Year: [1922]

Format: 16mo

Pages: xii, 240

Binding: blue embossed cloth with title and author at top in black in box; title, author and publisher in black on spine.

Size: 169 x 109 mm

Dust jacket signed: none

Internal illustrations: none

Price: 2 shillings

Printing history: not known

Printed by: The Mayflower Press, Plymouth. William Brendon Limited

Notes: I would never have know that this jacket was designed by Blampied unless I hadn't seen this note in The Bookman in June 1922 (volume 62, no 369, p 142). It is most unlike Blampied. Of course, The Bookman could have got it wrong, but there is no way to check.

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