Zwemer, Dr. & Mrs. Samuel M. Moslem Women [signed by Zwemer]. West Medford, Mass.: The Central Committee of the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1926. 
Signed by the author on the ffep, "I go fishing, S M. Zwemer, Apr 23/39."
The dark streak near the spine panel in the photo is flash reflection; the yellow bits on the ffep seen are from old cello tape.
Pictorial cloth, remnants of cello tape on covers (once held the dust jacket in place), 5 x 7 1/4 inches, church library card pocket & stamps, 272 otherwise clean pp., tight, illustrated. Faded dust jacket, white library label on dj spine panel, dj edge-worn, now in a new clear wrapper. Good in fair dust-jacket. Hardcover.
"No one can study the tragic story of women under the Moslem faith without an earnest longing and prayer that something adequate may be done by the United Church of Christ to meet this need." - Foreword.
Samuel Marinus Zwemer (1867-1952), b. Vriesland, Michigan; d. New York City. Zwemer's missionary zeal and dedication earned him the nickname "The Apostle to the Muslims." After serving many years in the Middle East, in 1929 he was appointed Professor of Missions at Princeton Theological Seminary, a post he held until his retirement in 1938. Afterwards he continued to teach, both at the C&MA Missionary Training Center in Nyack, NY, and at the Biblical Seminary (now New York Theological Seminary) in NYC.