Lights and Shadows of Mormonism

Gibbs, Josiah F.

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Place Published: [Salt Lake City, UT]
Publisher: Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Co.
Date Published: 1909
Edition: First edition
Binding: Hardcover
Book Id: 20106


535pp. Octavo [21 cm] Dark green cloth with blind stamped title on the front board and a gilt stamped title on backstrip. Good. The spine is faded. The cloth at the spine ends is frayed. There are a couple of small open tears in the cloth along the front joint. The covers are rubbed. The underlying boards are exposed along the edges. The hinges are a little weak. Former owner's name in pencil and ink on the front pastedown. Previous owner's notations on the rear free endsheet. illustrated with maps and photographs. Flake/Draper 3552.


Topics covered include Civil Government by the Prophet, Mountain Meadows Massacre, and the Prophets in politics. Ex-libris Burton W. Musser, Salt Lake attorney, and member of an important Utah family. He was married to Elise Fuhrer Musser, a high profile figure in Utah's political and social life from the 1930's until her death.

By This Author: Gibbs, Josiah F.