Author:Tucker, Park. (with George Burnham)

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Prison Is My Parish: The Story of Park Tucker as Told to George Burnham.

By: Tucker, Park. (with George Burnham).

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Westwood, New Jersey., Fleming H. Revell.: 1957

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 26807

Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket


191 pp. Black cloth over boards with yellow lettering on the spine. The text block head edge is stained red as issued. Introduction by James V. Bennett, the Director of the US Bureau of Prisons. Boldly signed by Chaplain Tucker on the front free end paper. He was the chaplain at the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary which housed 2,500 inmates. Church attendance was greater inside the prison than ouside due to Chalpain Tucker's ministry. The book shows mild wear to the board corners and spine tips, otherwise clean and tight. The unclipped dust jacket is moderately worn on the head edge and the spine... View more info