Elizabeth Fry – by Georgina Lewis
A light blue cloth and gilt edition of “Elizabeth Fry” by Georgina King Lewis. Lewis was founder of the Ruskin House, an alcohol-free meeting place for members of the labour movement. She was known as a “Friend of the Oppressed,” and her brother was the Stoughton of the Hodder & Stoughton publishing house.
A one-of-a-kind book from the Boutique.
|Title||Elizabeth Fry, by Georgina King Lewis|
|Description||Light blue boards/gilt titling to front board and spine|
|Dimensions||0.8" w, 5.75" d, 8.75" h|
|Publication Date||Undated, circa 1910s|
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