The Sacredness of Business, or Commercial Life (Classic Reprint).
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (22 Oct. 2016)
By: Charles P. Masden (Author)
Rev. Charles P. Masden, Pastor Grand Are. M. E. Church, Milwaukee, Wis.
Dear sir: The faculty and students of the Spencerian Business College have by unanimous vote instructed me to express to you personally, and to the officers of your church and society, their appreciation of and thanks for the invita tion so kindly extended to them to listen to your sermon on the Sacredness of Business, or Commercial Life.
They were greatly pleased with, and impressed by the address, which, in their opinion, should be widely circulated in the interest of the higher ideals of business life.
It being the special design of this institution to train young people for business pursuits, it is a duty incumbent upon us to promote the higher standards of business education and character, as affecting all the interests of human society and progress. We therefore ask you to furnish us with a copy of the sermon with your photograph for publication.
Thanking you for the service rendered to business and business education, in which we are deeply interested, and with best wishes for your usefulness and happiness, I am.
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