Madison: M. J. Cantwell, 1882. of Mormon life. 253pp. 16mo, original brown cloth, cloth lightly soiled and lightly dampstained, edges of corners and small areas of right edges of covers worn, spine ends rubbed, endpapers and front flyleaf lightly soiled. Madison, WI: M. J. Cantwell, 1882. First Edition Internally, a tight bright copy.
1884. 30pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., front wrapper and pages throughout are creased on right side, wrappers and a few top margins lightly soiled, spine worn, back wrapper partially browned and chipped. N.p., 1884. Author was a Scottish member of parliament. This pamphlet contains the text of an article that originally appeared in "Nineteenth Century," a monthly magazine that was published in London.
R. N. Baskin, 1914. 6 portraits, plates. 252pp. 8vo, blue cloth, cloth lightly soiled, foxing to endpapers, front flyleaf, and last blank page. N.p., R. N. Baskin, 1914. First Edition. Presentation copy. Author was a prominent lawyer in Utah before becoming Mayor of Salt Lake City and later was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Utah. From the library of the historical novelist, Kenneth Roberts, with his bookplate.
Philadelphia: National Publishing Company, 1870. Being an Expose of the Secret Rites and Ceremonies of the Latter-Day Saints, with a Full and Authentic History of Polygamy and the Mormon Sect from Its Origin to the Present Time. Folding map of Utah, 37 Illus. 540pp. + 4pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, contemporary full tan sheep, black leather spine label, covers blind-stamped, bottom of spine and edges of corners worn, sheep lightly soiled, inner hinges strengthened, blank preliminary and blank page at...
Chicago: Laird & Lee Publishers, 1887. Illus. 283pp. + 3pp. of business ads. and 9pp. of publisher's ads. 12mo, decorated printed wrappers, spine worn, wrappers chipped, margins throughout are age-toned. Chicago: Laird & Lee Publishers, 1887. Author was an United States marshal based in Utah and Idaho who arrested Mormons for polygamy. The Pinkerton Detective Series.
Chicago: W. B. Conkey. 248pp. + 4pp. of publisher's ads. 12mo, decorated red cloth, some margins lightly dampstained, bottom of back cover lightly dampstained. Chicago: W. B. Conkey, (1890). "Sensational account of the tracking down of these confederated criminals, mostly Mormons, who murdered Colonel Davenport at Rock Island and terrorized the upper Mississippi valley, from 1843 to 1848." Howes B-606. Flake 590. Adams, Six-Guns 112.
Chicago: W. B. Conkey. a few Illus. 248pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 12mo, decorated pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled, front wrapper creased on left side. Chicago: W. B. Conkey, n. d. circa 1890. "Sensational account of the tracking down of these confederated criminals, mostly Mormons, who murdered Colonel Davenport at Rock Island and terrorized the upper Mississippi valley, from 1843 to 1848." Howes B-606. Flake 590. Adams, Six-Guns 112.
Springfield: Samuel Bowles, 1866. color folding map. xx, 438pp. + 6pp. of ads. 8vo, original brown cloth, map has 2 1/2 tear with no loss of text, spine ends and edges of corners worn, spine sunned, a few pages with light foxing. Springfield: Samuel Bowles, 1866. Post Civil War travels from Kansas to San Francisco, then north to Washington, Victoria, and Yosemite. Wagner-Camp, 410.
New York: Lippincott, 1977. Illustrated in black and white. 244 pages, 8vo, cloth backed lavender boards, d.w.; dust wrapper worn and torn. New York: Lippincott, (1977). A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper. dup A very good(+) copy in a very good(-) worn and torn dust wrapper(price clipped).
Boston: Daily Advertised, Patriot & Chronicle, Courier, 1825. Broadside. Sheet measures 22.5 x 10.5" (55 x 26 cm). Text in 3 ruled columns. This broadside provides a transcript of President John Quincy Adams's Inaugural Address, given on March 5, 1825. It was printed as a collaborative effort by three of Boston's largest newspapers: the Daily Advertised published by Nathan Hale, the Patriot & Chronicle by Davis Ballard and Edmund Wright, and the Courier. World Cat lists 6 known examples in...
Salt Lake City: Geo. Q. Cannon & Sons, 1900. Frontispiece portrait and 6 other plates. xix, , -520 pages, printed on coated paper. 8vo, original gilt-lettered terra cotta cloth with blind-stamped decorative corner pieces; green floral endpapers. Salt Lake City: Geo. Q. Cannon & Sons, 1900. First edition. Lightly rubbed and with a small faint stain at corner of front cover; faint pencil marks in margins of a handful of pages but still a very near fine copy of this...
New York: Harper, 1862. 3 maps on one folding plate, folding street map of Great Salt Lake City. 17 engravings. xii, 574pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, original black blind-stamped cloth, spine worn, edges of corners worn, ex-lib, inner hinges strengthened. New York: Harper, 1862. First American Edition "Sir Richard departed from Saint Joseph on August 7, 1860, and arrived at Salt Lake City on August 25. After a stay of about one month in Utah, he continued on...
1890. Measures 3 x 4.75 inches, no place, no date, circa 1890. Signed "Geo. Q. Cannon, Salt Lake City, Utah" by the Mormon leader, Utah's first congressman, and executor of Brigham Young's will. On the back is the signature of Alabama Senator and Confederate Congress member "James L. Pugh Ala." Near fine.