From Strachan to Owen: How the Church of England was Planted and Tended in British North America
PERKINS BULL, William
William Perkins Bull (1870-1948) was an Ontario lawyer, business leader, political advisor, and Freemason Master. After a serious car accident in 1931, he began to write family history. It was this project that led to the development of the Perkins Bull Historical Series, 13 volumes published from 1931 to 1941. This is the 11th volume in the series.
- Publisher: The Perkins Bull Foundation; George J. McLeod Ltd.
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1937
- Place Published: Toronto, Canada
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Near fine
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
The Perkins Bull Historical Series. 454, errata slip,  p. 26 cm. Dark blue half-leather binding with gold trimming and light blue buckram on boards. Gold lettering and design on spine. Blue graphic endpapers. All edges gilt. Includes 4 colour illustrations, 62 half-tones, and 36 line illustrations. Minor wear to leather spine. Flaw in buckram near bottom edge on inside of cover. Pages clean.