Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, 2007.
Book — 36 p. : ports. ; 19 cm.
Rebecca Janney Timbres Clark led a remarkable life that spanned all of the twentieth century. This pamphlet explores one year in that life, the year when a young, sheltered Quaker from Baltimore took the first steps toward a career of service that would take her around the world. "The forging of a person's character takes a lifetime, " writes Lyndon Back. "Yet there are periods along the way when outer circumstance and inner forces combine to form a crucible, a time of transformation. Rebecca's year as a volunteer for the American Friends Service Committee in Poland at the end of the First World War was one of those times. She was twenty-four years old, unmarried, and just out of nurses' training..." Based on diaries, letters, and other archival resources, a young woman's quest for faithfulness and meaning comes to life.--Publisher's description
Белая книга : жизнь и деятельность архиепископа Афанасия.
Buenos Aires : Izdanie Obshchestva pochitateleĭ ego Vysokopreosvi͡ashchenstva arkhiepiskopa Afanasii͡a, 1971. Buenos Aires : Dorrego Buenos Aires : Издание Общества почитателей его Высокопреосвященства архиепископа Афанасия, 1971.