Ten Times One Is Ten



This antique hardcover book is bound in red boards with gilt lettering on the front and spine. Mild cover soil here and there; bookplate on front inner board; mostly a clean, tight copy. Pages a bit browned. This story, first serialized in Hale's "Old and New" magazine, tells the story of mourners who meet at the funeral of a friend and decide to form a club. Hale's story actually did inspire a number of "Ten Times One" clubs, later called "Lend a Hand Clubs." 262 pages; approx. 5"x7".
  • Ten Times One Is Ten: The Possible Reformation
  • Edward E. Hale
  • Roberts Brothers, 1883