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1 Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie) More Rough Rhymes of a Padre
London/New York/Toronto Hodder and Stoughton 1919 First Edition Hardcover Fair 
89 pages. Undated but appears to be circa 1919. Pertinent poetic verses neatly hand-written upon verso of dedication page. Somewhat above-average wear and soiling to red cloth-covered boards. Small opening at top of front hinge. Front free endpaper neatly removed. Printed in Great Britain. 
Price: 295.00 USD
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2 Barber, Richard; Wass, E.J.; Cotroni, Muriel; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Howard, F. Morton; Hope, W.E. Stanton Wallace, Edgar; Wilkinson, T.W. Pictorial Weekly Magazine, February 25, 1928, No. 1,499, Vol. CXVI: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia / Woodbine Willie
London Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair 
Pages 41-80. Features: The Saddest Woman in the World - Marie of Russia - article with photos; Buried Treasure - a complete story; Photo tips of what not to do with your Gramphone; Most People Have a Double - but is sometimes means trouble - article with photos; Does Marriage Mean Going ThroughThe Mill? - a story that answers the problem; Lovers or Friends? - Woodbine Willie discusses the truth about companionship between the sexes; Wit of the Week; Open That Window! - and help yourself to health; "Stop & Look" pictures include Copenhagen church in the shape of an organ; Why George Tupper wished his wife many unhappy returns (fiction); In a Floating "Hell" - horses break loose aboard a storm-tossed ship enroute to Russia from Canada; Angel Esquire (continued); The Story of the Birmingham Municipal Bank; and more. Staples disintegrated. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 129.95 USD
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3 Grayson, Kenward; Harley, Brian; Kennedy, Rev. G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Bloom, Ursula; Keenor, Fred; Batten, H. Mortimer; Chute, Margaret; Bradford, Dorothy; Bridges, T.C.; Wilkinson, T.W. Pictorial Weekly Magazine, January 28, 1928, No. 1,495, Vol. CXV - Scandal of Stage Fashions / Woodbine Willie
London Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair 
Pages 401-440. Features: The Truth About Those "Undress" Shows - where is the modern stage fashion leading us? - argues for stricter censorship over stage 'fashions' - with reproductions of scandalous photos; The Man Who Hadn't a Chance (story); What Did Christ Mean? - who are the meek and how can they inherit the earth?; Mother Love - an appealing little story; How the Cup is Won - secrets of the great vitory final by the Captain of Cardiff's winning team last season - article with photo; A Stranger in the Wild - a January nature story; Making the "Stars" Twinkle - some facts about filmland's unseen army, the people who do the behind-the-scenes work - article with photos, including "Our Gang" kids and an aerial photo of the MGM lot; Photo of 'land yacht' (early RV); Photo of world champion unicyclist Walter Nilsson riding on top of the Cheops pyramid; Adventure - a short story; Wit of the Week; Fishing With a Kite! - Photo-illustrated article about queer ways of catching the ocean's finny monsters, including photo of Rex Ingram with a huge fish he caught off Florida; Angel Esquire (continued); The World's Largest Building Society - The Halifax Building Society - started in a coffee house and now has capital of 40 million pounds. Openings along coverfold. Clean six-inch opening to central portion of front cover and following several pages, apparently by an errant knife cut. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 129.95 USD
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4 Dilnot, George; Wren, P.C.; Kennedy, Rev. G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Lee, J. Harwood; Batten, H. Mortimer; Diston, A. Marshall; Stout, E. Almaz; Lowe, James B.; Greenwood, A.G. Pictorial Weekly Magazine, March 24, 1928, No. 1,503, Vol. CXVI - Tales of the Flying Squad
London Amalgamated Press, Ltd. 1928 First Edition Paperback Fair 
Pages 201-240. Features: Tales of the Flying Squad - Crook Catching on Wheels - photo illustrated article; The Quest - another fine story of the Foreign Legion; Jealousy Between Lovers - a necessity, otherwise, a curse; The Gramophone - an appealing short story; The Struggle of the Giants - a wonderful (Football Association Challenge) cup season - article with photos; The Otter's Inn - a popular nature story; When Parliament Gasped! - great illustrated article of drama on the floor of the House; How to get your garden going; Shadowed Love - a man's love for two women; Illustrated Amami Shampoos ad; The Real Swanee - photo-illustrated article about the film 'Uncle Tim's Cabin"; The Uninvited Guest - short story; and more. Staples disintegrated. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 129.95 USD
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5 Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie) Rough Rhymes of a Padre
London Hodder and Stoughton 1918 Fifth Edition Paperback Fair 
94 pages. "Some of these poems were printed at my request and gained great popularity amongst all ranks in the B.E.F. I feel sure that through these homely verses many a man has come to realise for the first time some deep truth of the Sorrow of God in this world's greatest agony. The author has had experience in all parts of this battle as a chaplain and knows and loves the men for whom he writes." - Llewellyn H. Gwynne, Deputy Chaplain General, France, 1918. Dedicated to the officers and men of the 46th and 24th Infantry Divisions. Proceeds of this volume went to St. Dunstan's Hostel for Blinded Soldiers. Pencil and ink writing atop Table of Contents. Light pencil writing upon back cover. Minimal markings to contents. Covers protected by aged clear plastic laminate. Yellowed tape repairs to backstrip and inside front cover. This copy appears to have been frequently relied upon, thus it bears considerable wear which, we feel, adds to its character. A worthy copy of this important WWI memento. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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6 Collins, Joseph; Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie); Masson, Thomas L.; Chase, Frank M.; Beckman, James W.; Sanders, Henry A.; Barton, William E.; Dunn, Harry H.; Shore, W.Teignmouth The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, September (Sept.) 18, 1926 - Socialism Through the Eyes of the Churchman
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good 
32 pages. Features: Tour of Distant Lands via Camera; The Cause of Nervous Breakdown; Socialism through the Eyes of the Churchman; What Books are Worthwhile - and Why?; The Scientist is the Most Effectual Agent for Democracy, Says Edwin E. Slosson; Certain Fundamental Safeguards are still needed in Our Cort-Martial System, so says a former Sergeant Major of the American Expeditionary Forces; The Scholar Analyzes the different Versions of the New Testament; Henry Ford's Page - prosperity has not arrived until the last family enjoys it; Editorials - Senate-nominee William S. Vare, Gertrude Ederle is the first woman ever to swim the English Channel, Rapid decline in prestige of Premier Baldwin, interfering in Mexican affairs; The Old-Time Revival - Is it good enough for us?; The Cry of the Crippled Children - is greater than that about which a Barrett Browning wrote; Lower California - Land of Mystery - Where American Filibusters once sought to establish a republic; The Truth About France - Lesson of Touraine and the Woolen Stocking; If Shakespeare Came to London - would he be able to find may of his old haunts?; The Lure of Lofty Places - There are thrills on the mountain tops and fascination in finding them - article with photos of/on Mount Rainier, Washington; Barefoot Dave - Son of Nature, Mute Throreau of the Woods - David Dugden of Les Cheneaux Islands; Child Welfare and Conscience - Judge Franklin Chase Hoyt sits in the world's largest juvenile court; Chats with office callers - drunks in Montreal, Schools taking on more and more responsibility for child-rearing, Dr. George Byron Gordon, labor strife on the streets of New York; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - Great Britain's financial problems, Citrate acid in drinks makes us thirsty, forged manuscripts of famous authors, Lots of gangsters being killed in Chicago; Briefly told. Photos of unusual trees of the world; Soiling to front cover near spine. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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7 Kennedy, G.A. Studdert (Woodbine Willie) The Unutterable Beauty
London Hodder and Stoughton 1943 Reprint Hardcover Fair 
180 pages. "The author, otherwise known as 'Woodbine Willie' was perhaps the most famous Padre who served in the first world war... Everything he did and wrote bore the marks of a great man, passionate in his tenderness for suffering and striving humanity, fierce in his hatred of hypocrisy and cant." - from Publisher's Note. Small vintage bookseller's label inside front cover. This copy formerly owned by a Chaplain whose personal details are handwritten upon front free endpaper. Above-average wear and fading/sunning to beige cloth-covered boards. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy of this beloved work. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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