Commemorative Exercises of the Two-Hundredth Anniversary of The Friends' Meeting House at Third Haven
Easton, MD: 1884. First Edition. First Edition. An interesting local Quaker history from the oldest-surviving meeting house, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland Contains the notations of Samuel F. Troth, the great great grandson of the Troths who were the first couple married upon completion of the meeting house in 1684. Troth's bookplate with notation that same was given to him by Susan Kemp, an author of a portion of the book. With tipped in photograph of the meeting house. Very good with some wear to boards but with the entire book with a minor warp/bend. Very good.