Athol Springs, NY: Carter-Heath, .
Softcover. Very good-. 32 pp, in original stapled wrappers. Light handling wear, one gathering detached from staples, which are rusted; about very good. Carter was a self-described "reformed “drunkard, dope fiend, criminal, leader and character in the underworld” who found religion in 1922 while incarcerated at the Arizona State Prison. Upon his release the same year, he began conducting revivals in churches and prisons around the country. By 1935, newspapers were reporting that Carter had visited 3000 correctional institutions in North America.