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A DUMMY GOES TO AFRICA

CAMERON, Rod

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Joliet, IL: Mission Services Press, 1962. First Edition. 8vo. Illustrated green cloth. A very good plus copy. SIGNED by Cameron at FFEP. Mild touches of toning to jacket. Interior bright and clean throughout, with mild foxing here and there. Good and sound. Includes a newspaper clipping referencing a Cameron/Gabby appearance laid in. 297pp. (Item ID: 19201)

Chronicles a missionary journey to Africa taken by this ventriloquest and his dummy, Gabby. Chapter titles include "Civilize the Savages" and "Can a Polygamist Become a Christian?" A curious book, and a rare one: OCLC locates just nine copies, most of which are in Christian universities. One page includes two corrections to the text, seemingly by Cameron himself.



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