The Cambridge Seven - J. C. PollockInter-Varsity Fellowhsip, 1955, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good - in Good DJ. Gently faded at the spine of the DJ, a little edgeworn. Edges of the textblock lightly tanned. Previous owners inscription to ffep. Text bright and tight.
From the cover: “ALL BRITAIN was startled by the news that seven young men, of high social standing, some already famous through their athletic achievements, were giving up everything to go to China as missionaries. Stanley Smith, a former stroke of the Cambridge boat; Montagu Beauchamp, a baronet’s son; D. E. Hoste, a gunner subaltern and son of a Major-General; W. W. Cassels, who, like Smith, went from Repton to Cambridge and was now a Church of England parson; Cecil Polhill-Turner, an old Etonian and an officer in the Queen’s Bays; his brother Arthur Polhill-Turne; and lastly C. T. Studd, acknowledged as the most brilliant cricketer of his day, and possessing all that wealth conld offer. These were the men who have gone down in history as ‘The Cambridge Seven’.”
Size: 7½" x 5"
Number of Pages: 112