Independence, MO: Published by the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1924. Second Revised Edition. Hardcover. 149pp. [19.5 cm] Black cloth with title in white on front board. Very good. Faint rubbing to corners of boards. Text block yellowing. This is a faithful reprinting of the 1902 Lamoni edition. Item #16179
RLDS printing of this major doctrinal work. This volume represents one of the seminal works in the LDS canon. Parley Pratt left on a mission to the east coast in the summer of 1837. Upon arriving in New York he found few willing listeners, when they opened the door at all. Filled with inspiration, he locked himself in his room. After almost two months, Pratt had finished what has become one of the major works of Mormonism. Flake/Draper locates a single institutional copy. OCLC lists zero. Flake/Draper 6675c.