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Each book was published by the Easton Press and features an illustrated frontispiece. When the Rev. Harold T. Lewis became rector of the mostly white and wealthy Calvary Episcopal Church in Shadyside inthe city was reeling from racial turmoil, and Father Lewis, who is African- American, was expected to be a leader in addressing social injustice.
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