Davis, M. P. "I Never Saw A Missionary!" The Church and Missions in India [MISSIONARY PRESS]; Dedicated to our friends, The Soldiers Passing Through India. Raipur, C. P. : Christian Book Depot, (1944). First Edition. 
Printed by K. L. Potee, at the Mission Press, Jubbulpore, C. P., India.
Tan printed wrappers, 4 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches, "1944" in ink on front, [viii], color plate, 61, (1) pp., several additional b/w plates. Infrequent pencil underlining/marginalia. Includes two tracts, one 6 pp., b/w same author and title; one color 2 pp., explaining how the illustration "Daily Worship," done in Indian style, was successful in selling many copies of the book, How To Lead Children in Prayer, by Rev. E. W. Menzel. Good. Paperback.
The author says this book is the result of 30 years' of newspaper and other clippings that he filed on life in India, pro and con. He presents these as facts for consideration as Indians were soon to be allowed immigration to Western countries.
"Some of these may appear unpleasant, but the writer has only one purpose in view, namely to show briefly how the Church and its servants, the missionaries, strive to meet the many needs and challenges of India with understanding, sympathy and a spirit of service, and to help India to the best of their ability in her rebirth toward a New Day and in her march alongside the more progressive naitions of the West, - for Bharatmata also has much to contribute to her Western neighbours." - Introduction.
Martin P. Davis was a missionary with the American Evangelical Mission of the Evangelical and Reformed Church.