Cheshire, 1966, Hardcover (Original Cloth), Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: Fair, First Edition
XII, 112pp., last 2 blank, introduction by author, select bibliography and acknowledgements. Illustrated endpapers, showing "an open-air preacher and his congregation in Port Phillip's first years". Within the text there are black-and-white photographs and illustrations. Gray coloured boards with white writing on the spine. Shelf wear to the bottom edges of the book and there is bumping to the head into the heel of the spine. Bumping to the bottom part of the spine is particularly heavy. Discoloured top paper edge and slight browning to the others. Very slight browning to the internal pages. Illustrated dust wrapper, showing a church and its environs in silhouette, with grey background with black and white writing on front panel and spine. Dust wrapper is rubbed, faded and very grubby. Chipping to the dust wrapper corners and a little creasing to the top and bottom spine edges, bottom of being worse than the top commensurate with underneath bumping. Creasing and rubbing to the dust at the edges and there is one small chip to the rear dust wrapper edge. "In Pillars of the Faith John Hetherington gives us the recollection of priests, layman, architects and builders associated with a dozen of Victoria's earliest and most interesting churches.". Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Architecture ; Local History -- Victoria; Religion -- Christianity; Inventory No: 0102297.