Graves, J. R. Landmarkism: What Is It? Texarkana, TX: Bogard Press, [1965?].
5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 181 clean pp., tight. Ex Bible college library with the standard markups; the library label has been removed from the spine. Good. Hardcover. 
A reprint of the second edition of 1881.
Rev. James Robinson Graves (1820-1893), b. in Vermont; became a teacher and pastor of a Baptist church in Nashville, Tenn., in 1845, and in 1848 founded the “Southwest Publishing House” in that city. Graves was a leading advocate of “Landmarkism.” Landmarkers are distinguished by the following principles: Baptist churches are the only true churches; church succession; only immersion in a Baptist church is valid baptism; only Baptist ministers are valid ministers; and adherence to strict autonomy of the local church.