(Two Issues) Zion’s Herald: Wednesday, Volume XCV Number 41, October 10, 1917 and Zion’s Herald: Wednesday, Volume XCV Number 46, November 14, 1917. Charles Parkhurst, George E. Whitaker, Publisher.

(Two Issues) Zion’s Herald: Wednesday, Volume XCV Number 41, October 10, 1917 and Zion’s Herald: Wednesday, Volume XCV Number 46, November 14, 1917.

Boston: George E. Whitaker, 1917. Wraps. Zion’s Herald: Wednesday, Volume XCV Number 41, October 10, 1917. Boston: George E. Whitaker, 1917. Quarto; pp; 27; photographs; original printed paper self wrappers; & Zion’s Herald: Wednesday, Volume XCV Number 46, November 14, 1917. Boston: George E. Whitaker, 1917. Quarto; pp; 27; photographs; original printed paper self wrappers; Stories include Women’s Suffrage; Prohibition; Segregation Laws; The Return of Tammany Control / Defeat of Mayor Mitchel in New York City;. Very good. Item #17413

Charles Henry Parkhurst (April 17, 1842 – September 8, 1933) was an American clergyman and social reformer, born in Framingham, Massachusetts. Although scholarly and reserved, he preached two sermons in 1892 in which he attacked the political corruption of New York City government. Backed by the evidence he collected, his statements led to both the exposure of Tammany Hall and to subsequent social and political reforms.

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