Glendale, CA: Forest Lawn Memorial Park, 1935. 40p., 10.5x14.75 inches, profusely illustrated with sepia-toned photographs of the Park, a page of facts at rear including staff and board members, tissue-guard endpapers, first edition booklet/brochure in heavy blue textured and decorated stapled wraps, gilt titles. A little edgeworn with nicks in top and fore margins, an else very good copy. Authored by man who wrote 1925 bestseller, "The Man Nobody Knows," about Jesus' business acumen and the advertising possibilities in his parables. According to Barton, Jesus "picked up twelve men from the bottom ranks of business and forged them into an organization that conquered the world.
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