Fifty Years of Work Without Wages By Charles Rowley (2nd Edition)

Fifty Years of Work Without Wages By Charles Rowley (2nd Edition)

£29.00

Hardcover

Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton

Publication Date: undated, second edition

Condition: Good; previously owned; no dustjacket, blue cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine, blind tooling, bumping to corners & ends of spine; stains on back board; back hinge starting, some foxing to rough cut page edges; inscription and label to front endpapers; text is clean and crisp.

[x] + 250pp; many illustrations including frontis with tissue guard, some tipped in on grey cartridge paper; 230mm by 155mm, 800g.

1 in stock

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Fifty Years of Work Without Wages (Laborare Est Orare) By Charles Rowley (2nd Edition).

Charles Rowley (1839 -1933) a British socialist and councillor of Ancoats, Manchester, inspired by William Morris, and a leading member of the Ancoats Brotherhood, who sought to improve the lot of the working class.

Illustrations by Crane; Ford Maddox Brown, E Gertrude Thomson, Burne-Jones, Shields, D.G. Rossetti, Holman Hunt,  William Morris