Place Published: Berkeley
Publisher: The Gillick Press
Date Published: 1944
Book Id: 32687
63pp. Thin octavo [25.5 cm] Stapled tan and black printed wraps. Very good. The covers are browned, and have numerous very tiny dot-like stains. The corners of the covers and pages are just a little curled. The pages are very mildly browned.
From p. 16- "Joseph Smith was unquestionably an individual of imagination. While this is almost an unfortunate term to use in his case by reason of the disposition of some to overwork it, the fact remains that judging him as one would any other, there is enough to establish him as a man of imagination in the sense in which that term is ordinarily used in connection with men like Washington, Patrick Henry, Thomas Paine, Franklin, or any man who is instrumental in inaugurating an enduring world movement."