Fogelsville, PA: The Miller Printing House, 1898. Sole edition, 12mo, pp. 64; frontispiece portrait; original red printed wrappers; slight tide mark along the fore-edge of the early leaves; all else very good. The earliest book published in Fogelsville according to OCLC is 1929, although there was a newspaper published there, the Fogelsville Weekly Messenger, published by the same Clint S. Miller in 1877-79. A short autobiographical sketch beneath the frontispiece portrait notes that Miller spent "a great portion of my time...occupied in the printing office of my Brother, where I arranged the type, printed and bound" this pamphlet of religious poetry, aphorisms, and musings. Apparently unrecorded: not found in OCLC or NUC. (Inventory #: 48996)
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