Grime, J. H. History of the Middle Tennessee Baptists with Special Reference to Salem, New Salem, Enon and Wiseman Associations; Containing Sketches of Associations, Churches, Deceased Ministers and Deacons, with Ministerial Directory; also Chapters on Separate Baptists, Christian Baptists, Feet Washing. Numerous Illustrations. Nashville, TN: Baptist and Reflector, 1902. Reprint. 
A later reprint (1970s?) with no new imprint.
Dark green cloth with gilt titles, no dj, 5 1/2 x 8 inches, xvi., 565 clean pp., tight. Ex Bible college library with the standard markups, including a white label covered by clear tape on the spine. Scuffing around the label. Good. Hardcover.
The 1902 edition is Starr G4079.
John Harvey Grime (1851-1941), b. Putnam Co., TN; d. Lebanon, TN. "Elder Grime had been an ordained minister for the past 65 years. He founded the Wilson County Baptist Association and served as moderator for the first two years of its existence. A native of Putnam County, Elder Grime was ordained in Pistoles Church, White County, TN in 1876. He had preached in practically all of the Baptist churches in Wilson, Smith, DeKalb, Trousdale, Cannon, White, Putnam, Rutherford and other Middle Tennessee counties and had held pastorates in Lake County, Kentucky and in Texas. He wrote the "History of Middle Tennessee Baptists" published in 1904 and his "Catechism of Ecclesiastical History." It has been estimated that he preached 8,000 sermons, had 4,000 conversions, 2,400 baptisms and married more than 200 couples." - 1941 obituary, uncredited at findagrave online.