Salt Lake City, UT: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1978-1989. First editions. Hardcover. Octavo [23.5 cm] Dark blue cloth covered boards with gilt stamped titles. All volumes in very good condition. The covers are rubbed and bumped. There are occasional small stains on the covers. Some covers have more staining than others. Several spines slightly rolled. The top corners of the pages at the end of volume 2 are dog eared. There are small light stains in the fore edges of these pages as well. The front cover of volume 3 has a moisture ring, a 2 inch long thin moisture stain, and numerous other small light moisture stains. There is a white stain at the head of volume 8 that measures 1 inch tall by 1 inch wide. There is a former owner's notation on the front pastedown of volume 9, and there is a lengthy gift inscription on the front pastedown of volume 12. There may be occasional light stains on the pages. Item #27307
Compiled by Lesson Committee. From the Introduction- "The Mormons have left an indelible tradition wherever they have lived; whether stopping to improve their financial condition, accumulate necessary supplies and gear or to concentrate their energies toward their ultimate goal- Zion! Eastern and mid-western cities felt the impact of their resourcefulness and industry, as did many places in the West. An understanding of the history of this great people is predicated upon the knowledge of all conditions and persons having significant effect upon Mormon lives and activities either directly or indirectly."