Published by San Fernando, 1943
42pp. plus bibliography. Stiff pictorial wrappers. About fine. Mainly concerns the overland migration to Utah.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8881
Published by Salt Lake City, 1933
xvi,458pp. Maps. Illus. Large octavo. Cloth. About fine. Includes chapters on Indians and the Mormons.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8972
Published by New York, 1923
xv,445pp. Frontis. Illus. Maps. Gilt cloth. Ink signature across title, pencil notes, else very good. Much on the Mormons, Indians, etc. FLAKE 10100.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8968
Published by The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, 2000
213pp. Publisher's cloth. Fine. In fine dust jacket. First printing. An excellent resource on early printing in Utah, containing "A History of Printing and Deseret," and "A Descriptive Catalogue of Utah's Earliest Imprints.".
Seller Inventory # WRCAM37168
Published by [Salt Lake City?], 1944
234pp. plus illus. Color portrait. Gilt cloth. Fine in edgeworn dust jacket. Inscribed by the author to Mormoniana collector William Reeder.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8982
Published by New York, 1937
207pp. plus illus. Portrait. Publisher's gilt cloth. Fine. Inscribed by the author. Tales of pioneer Colorado and Utah. Not in Adams.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM4780
Published by Privately Printed, Salt Lake City, 1922
,268pp. plus plates. Portrait. Illus. Gilt cloth. Cloth bit stained. Front free endsheet excised, lower margin dampstained throughout, else very good. The story of the scheme concocted by Matthew Thomson to sell fraudulent degrees in Masonry and other orders through the U.S. mail, for which he was convicted in 1922.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM9260
Published by Salt Lake City, 1907
19pp. Printed wrappers, in Gaylord binder. Very good. A general response to the most often voiced criticisms of the Church. This copy is at variance with the two forms in which Flake records this tract, without the text on pages 19-20. The text is signed in print by Smith, J.R. Winder, and A.H. Lund. FLAKE 1310,1311 (ref).
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8771
Published by San Francisco, 1988
xxiii,192pp. plus illus. Quarto. Pictorial boards. Very fine, in bit soiled white dust jacket. Printed by The Greenwood Press for The Book Club of California in an edition limited to 450 copies. Allyn's letters, originally published in the Hartford Evening Press in 1866, narrate his travels in the West, especially in California, although several letters concern his visit to Salt Lake City.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM14220
Published by Boston, 1887
x,418pp. plus advertisements. Original cloth. Bit rubbed. Very good. Mormon fiction. FLAKE 8979.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8903
Published by New York, 1888
275pp. Original printed rear wrapper, front wrapper lacking, spine reinforced. Two stains on title-leaf and first few pages, else very good. Preface by Charles Francis Adams. The author travelled through the West in one summer, mainly in Colorado and Utah. FLAKE 7381.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM6125
Published by Denver, 1895
pp. Photographic illus. Oblong quarto. Original printed wrappers, string-tied. Slightly sunned, else fine. Photographic tribute to the folks, scenery and sites in and around Salt Lake City, including a double-page panoramic view of the city itself.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8323
Published by Webster, Ma, 1887
369pp. Illus. Original gilt cloth. Cloth bit spotted, else very good. Johnson made his trip eastward across the plains in 1882 and 1883, and concludes that "perhaps such a journey will never be taken again, especially with a prospect of meeting with such impediments as beset my path from the nature of the roads, the prospect of violence from beasts and the untamed nature of the Indian." COWAN, p.316. TRAIN TO PLANE 55. FLAKE 4447. EBERSTADT III:302.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM427
Published by Albert Carrington, [Liverpool, 1880
16pp. Dbd. Punch hole in blank gutter, else very good. One of three contemporary Liverpool printings of this tract. Flake locates nine copies of one, one copy of another, and four copies with this imprint. FLAKE 5822.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8711
Published by Salt Lake City, 1905
98pp. Original printed wrappers. About fine. Discusses an article by the then late John Hay, and reviews the story of Joseph Smith's death. FLAKE 9776.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8832
Published by Wm. Budge, [Liverpool, 1879
16pp. Self-wrappers. Punch hole in blank gutter. Stained. Very good. Delivered by Budge at a London Conference at Goswell Hall, Dec. 9, 1879, and frequently reprinted and published abroad in several languages. FLAKE 971.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8709
Published by Chicago, 1912
51pp. with in-text illustrations. Original printed wrappers. Spine chipped, light edge wear. Light dust soiling. Good plus. History of the early development of Utah, told through illustration and text. FLAKE 10097.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM53392
Published by The Lakeside Press R R. Donnelley & Sons Co., Chicago, 1934
xxiv,278,pp., plus folding frontispiece map. 12mo. Original dark red cloth, spine gilt, front board gilt-ruled with gilt-stamped publisher's device, t.e.g. Spine slightly faded spine ends lightly rubbed. Near fine. Lakeside Press reprint of Zenas Leonard's NARRATIVE, with folding map and historical introduction by editor Milo Milton Quaife. This is number thirty-two in the Lakeside Classics series. Leonard was a fur trader and trapper originally from Pennsylvania. He eventually joined up with Captain Bonneville in the Rockies and took part in the Walker expedition across the Sierra Nevada and into California. Leonard's account is considered a "completely trustworthy account of Rocky Mountain trapping" in the 1830s, and "the chief first-hand authority" for the Walker expedition (Howes). HOWES L264 (ref). WAGNER-CAMP 75 (ref).
Seller Inventory # WRCAM56923
Published by William Budge, [ Liverpool, 1880
16pp. Dbd. Very good. A defense of the validity of Smith's revelations, and of the authenticity of THE BOOK OF MORMON. FLAKE 5827.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8712
Published by Salt Lake City, 1899
xxviii,259pp. Charts. Original gilt cloth. Some edge wear and pencilled notes. Very good. Second edition, revised and enlarged to continue the chronology through 1898. FLAKE 4400.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8495
Published by Topeka, 1914
xiii,529pp. plus plates and folding map. Portrait. Gilt pictorial cloth. About fine. Later edition of this essential history of the Trail, with material on Mormonism and the Mountain Meadows massacre. HOWES I55 (ref). FLAKE 4254.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8449
Published by Salt Lake City, 1945
xxiv,606pp. plus colored plate. Frontis. Illus. Gilt cloth. About fine. Second edition of this history of Weber County, Utah, produced by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM8895
Published by Washington, 1889
32pp. Printed wrappers, a near fine copy. Includes population statistics (with remarks on Mormon immigration). Reports on agriculture, mining, Indians, etc.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM17515
Published by Peoria, Az, 1997
x,432,pp. Quarto. Black gilt cloth. New. Extensive listing of Mormon literature, with useful notes on prices. Includes more recent works related to Utah as well, such as Edward Abbey's DESERT SOLITAIRE.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM25130
Published by Washington, 1889
41pp. Original printed wrappers. Chipped. Very good. A statistical and political compendium.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM17521
Published by Salt Lake City, 1898
1224pp. Legal sheep. Good. First laws compiled after statehood.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM9057
Published by Salt Lake City, 1882
viii,131pp. Legal calf, morocco labels. Binding rubbed and worn, especially along edges and spine. Early ownership signature on front board and front pastedown. Some ink notations and emendations, else internally clean and tightly bound. Very good. Includes emendations and amendments to several city charters, as well as an act for establishing Garfield County. One act designates several state holidays, including "Pioneer's Day" on July 24th.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM34204
Published by Salt Lake City, 1892
391pp. Dbd. Very good. Indexes the 1888 laws and later session laws.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM9054
Published by Washington, 1889
12pp. Self-wrappers. Very good. Information on resources, commerce, education, and some discussion of Mormonism. FLAKE 9144.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM4459
Published by Washington, 1882
3pp. plus three folding plans. Dbd. Very good. The folding charts detail floor-plans and elevations of the buildings to make up Fort Thornburgh.
Seller Inventory # WRCAM17438