"[By] Nancy de S.P. Sibtain in collaboration with Winifred M. Chambers".
"First published in 1969 by Angus and Robertson Ltd, 221 George Street, Sydney; 54 Bartholomew Close, London; 107 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne; 65 High Street, Singapore. Copyright 1968 Nancy de S.P. Sibtain". -- verso of t.-p.
"Although [George Alexander Chambers] is best remembered as the founder of Trinity Grammar School, Sydney, first Bishop of Central Tanganyika [1927-1946], and Chaplain of the British Embassy Church in Paris [1947-1953], these represent only a part of his life and achievements. .... One of the principal sources of material for this memoir has been the letters written by Bishop Chambers over a period of forty years to his wife, Winifred M. Chambers, who has collaborated with Nancy de S.P. Sibtain in writing the text". -- front dust jacket blurb.
Contents: Acknowledgements / W.M.C. [and] N. de S.P.S. -- Foreword / Alfred Central Tanganyika i.e. Alfred Stanway -- The First Years -- Trinity Grammar School -- The Rector -- England -- Growing Influence in Australia -- Tanganyika -- Consecration and Enthronement -- The Bishop -- Problems -- Sidelights -- The Fast-growing Church -- War -- Paris -- Travels -- Finale -- Index.
Colophon: Printed in Australia by J.C. Stephens Pty Ltd, Melbourne.