Canon's Folly. (Foreword by A.L.Rowse).
London: Michael Joseph, 1974. 0718112660. 1st edition. Signed. "This is the story of a long and active life, nearly half of it spent in the service of the parishioners of Stoke Climsland on the borders of Cornwall and Devon. Canon Andrews was appointed Rector by the Prince of Wales and it was due to the Prince's encouragement that, in 1932, he decided to preach less about the needs of the unemployed and to do more about them. With little capital but much enthusiasm he turned the quiet gardens of the Rectory into a thriving concern - growing flowers and vegetables for the market andrearing pigs and poultry.." Pp.208, signed by author to title page, 20 b/w photo illustrations. Black cloth, d/w has minor edge wear and has a removable clear protective wrap. VG/VG.
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