Independence, Mo: Ensign Print, 1892. Original edition. Leather bound. 85pp. Duodecimo [18 cm] Bound in hand sewn limp brown leather wraps. Very good. The leather wraps are rubbed and mottled. There are a couple of small pieces of tape, along with a tiny patch of paper, adhered to the spine and surrounding areas of the wraps. The original tan printed wrappers are absent, however the original title page, and all of the other pages are present. There are numerous small light stains on the title page. The pages are browned. The bottom corners of the pages at the beginning are chipped, not affecting the text. The pages have very occasional light marginalia in pencil and small light stains. Item #23857
Scarce. NOT a reprint. Flake 3192. Elder Rudolph Etzenhouser was a Mormon historian and author in Missouri before moving to Detroit around 1910. There he met Daniel Soper and Father James Savage and took part in a number of relic-hunting outings.