The Unitarian Movement in Japan Sketches of the Lives and Religious Work of Ten Representative Japanese Unitarians
[Japan] Very scarce work that looks at the Unitarian Mission in Japan along with its American advocates, Rev. A.M. Knapp (1841-1921), Rev. Clay MacCauley (1843-1923), Rev. W.H. Hawkes, and Rev. W.I. Lawrence. The ten key Japanese members covered are: Saji Jitsunen (1856-1920), Kanda Saichiro (1863-1944), Kishimoto Nobuta (1866-1928), Murai Tomoyoshi (1861-1944), Noguchi Zenshiro (c1864- ?), Ogasawara Yoshio (1868-1945), Toyosaki Zennosuke (1863 - ?), Abe Isoo (1865-1949), Hirai Kinza (1859-1916), and Shimada Saburo (1852-1923). Each individual has written his own life summary and reason for becoming a Unitarian. Ownership ink stamp on front cover of William Channing Gannett (1840-1923), another Unitarian pastor. Beautifully illustrated front cover.
Tokyo. Japan Unitarian Mission. 1900.
pp., 2, 67. 14.8 x 22.1cm.
In very good condition with only very minor age wear to covers. b35061427