Moonshine to Sunshine. Life Story of Pastor-Evangelist Harry Lane. [Cover title].
Dallas, Texas: W.V. Grant, Faith Clinic, (n. d.). Circa 1950. 8-1/4" x 5-1/2". 32 pp. Stapled white wrappers printed in orange and black. Small ink notation (circled "x") to front wrapper, else clean and crisp. Near Fine.
Biography of Ohio pastor Harry Lane, who started life as a farm boy with an abusive, moonshine-selling stepfather. "Once in a while, walking among the throngs on the highway of life, a human miracle appears. A man or a woman who started life away down in the second basement, in the murk, and the grime, and the cobwebs, and the thrown-away junk of living has drifted down through the years from the floors above. ... But once in a great while some spark of ambition breaks into flame, some deep longing of the spirit comes through the walls of its confinement deep within the soul, and begins to climb upward."