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Windsinger

Windsinger

by Smith, Gary

Touring the Old West

Touring the Old West

by Ruth, Kent

The Utah Guide

The Utah Guide

by Powell, Allan Kent

John Doyle Lee

John Doyle Lee

by Brooks, Juanita

The Leopard's Pa': A Handbook & Student Directory, 1968-1969

The Leopard's Pa': A Handbook & Student Directory, 1968-1969

by East Salt Lake City High School

Salt Lake City: Student Association of East High School, 1968. 112pp. Sextodecimo [15.5 cm] Spiral bound printed covers. A handful of manuscript notes and scribbles, lacks pages 105/106 and 107/108 otherwise very good. Handbook and directory printed for students that contains a brief history of the school (traditions, mascot, emblems, colors, etc.) which is followed by a directory. Presumed rare. "The Handbook is a key to the interesting phases of school life which give every student opportunity to... Read more
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$35.00
Sheet of letterhead and printed envelope

Sheet of letterhead and printed envelope

by Hotel Utah

[Salt Lake City]: Hotel Utah, 1970. Sheet of printed letterhead [27 cm x 18.5 cm] printed mailing envelope [10.5 cm x 24 cm] Small ink scribble on the letterhead, otherwise both are fine. The Hotel Utah (1911-1987 ) was The hotel in Salt Lake, that over it's lifetime hosted presidents and dignitaries, adjacent to the Salt Lake Temple Block. The building is now known as the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, and is primarily used as office space for the LDS Church.
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$20.00
Salt Desert Trails: A History of the Hastings Cutoff and other early trails which crossed the Great Salt Desert seeking a shorter road to California

Salt Desert Trails: A History of the Hastings Cutoff and other early trails which crossed the Great Salt Desert seeking a shorter road to California

by Kelly, Charles

Salt Lake City: Western Printing Company, 1930. First Edition. 178pp. Octavo [23.5 cm] Green grained buckram with a blind stamped pioneer motif and the title in a gilt panel on the front board. Very good. Gentle bumping to the corners. Lacks the dust jacket. This is the first book length work by Charles Kelly (1889-1971), who is one of the greatest western historians. This work focuses on those that tried to cross the inhospitable desert to the west of Salt Lake City, on the way to California. Map... Read more
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$125.00
Utah: Its People, Resources, Attractions and Institutions. Compiled from Authentic Information and the Latest Reports

Utah: Its People, Resources, Attractions and Institutions. Compiled from Authentic Information and the Latest Reports

by Bureau of Information

Salt Lake City: Bureau of Information, 1907. Trade Paperback . Very Good. 61 pages. 'This handbook is not compiled to draw an ideal picture of the State of Utah, but to present in condensed form facts that will be of interest to homeseekers, investors and tourists.' - from the introduction. Black-and-white photographic illustrations. 6.74 x 4.25 inches. Very good in decorated wrappers (paperback). Closed tear on front cover.
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$25.00
Freight to Salt Lake City by the Colorado River. Letter from the secretary of war relative to the carriage and freight to Salt Lake City by the Colorado River

Freight to Salt Lake City by the Colorado River. Letter from the secretary of war relative to the carriage and freight to Salt Lake City by the Colorado River

by Rusling, James Fowler

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1872. U.S. 42d Cong. 2d Sess. House. Ex. Doc. No. 166. 8pp. Octavo [22 cm] Previously bound with stab holes near the spine. Very good. Extract of a report by James F. Rusling, Inspector of the Quartermaster's Department, describing a favorable route to California via the Colorado River with entry at a point called Callville, 440 miles from Salt Lake. Rusling spoke with Brigham Young regarding the route but Rusling felt Young was not truly committed to this... Read more
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$125.00
Salt Desert Trails: A History of the Hastings Cutoff and other early trails which crossed the Great Salt Desert seeking a shorter road to California

Salt Desert Trails: A History of the Hastings Cutoff and other early trails which crossed the Great Salt Desert seeking a shorter road to California

by Kelly, Charles

Salt Lake City: Western Printing Company, 1930. First Edition. 178pp. Octavo [23.5 cm] Brown grained buckram with a stamped pioneer motif and the title in a gilt panel on the front board. Near fine. Minor rubbing to hinges. Lacks the dust jacket. This is the first book length work by Charles Kelly (1889-1971), who is one of the greatest western historians. This work focuses on those that tried to cross the inhospitable desert to the west of Salt Lake City, on the way to California. Map endsheets and... Read more
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$125.00
Constitution of the State of Deseret. Memorials of the Legislature and Constitutional Convention of Utah Territory, praying The admission of said Territory into the Union as the State of Deseret

Constitution of the State of Deseret. Memorials of the Legislature and Constitutional Convention of Utah Territory, praying The admission of said Territory into the Union as the State of Deseret

by John Taylor, Daniel U. Wells, et al

[Washington, D.C.: np, 1862]. 11pp. Approx. 8¾ x 5¾ inches. Government Document: "[House of Representatives] 37th Congress, 2d Session. Mis. Doc. No. 78." Removed. Near Fine. First edition. "The admission of said Territory into the Union as the State of Deseret." Flake 2786.
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$150.00
Happy Holidays at Hotel Utah

Happy Holidays at Hotel Utah

[Salt Lake City]: Hotel Utah, 1940. Single sheet [21 cm x 22 cm] Cream stock printed in red an green. Near fine. Scheduled Christmas and New Year's Eve events for 1940 at the Hotel Utah. The reverse is a mail-in RSVP. "Throughout the yuletide season the Hotel Utah provides gay, delightful, entertainment for smart Utahns. No celebration in the West will equal the New Year's Eve party at the Hotel Utah Tuesday, December 31.
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$20.00
Utah and Her People: Information for Tourists

Utah and Her People: Information for Tourists

by [Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]

Salt Lake City, [ca. 1903]. [32]pp. First Edition. In red printed wraps. 4½ x 6 inches. Illustrated with half-tones from photographs. Slight discoloration to front wrap on left side; a very good clean and attractive copy. Flake 1465 provides the publication date of 1903; "A tourist brochure given out at Temple Square, Salt Lake City." Subtitled: "Complements of Bureau of Information and Church Literature." Illustrations within show prominent buildings and iconic images associated with the Mormon faith... Read more
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$45.00
Bureau of Information and Church Literature [Mormons; Salt Lake City]

Bureau of Information and Church Literature [Mormons; Salt Lake City]

by [Church of Latter Day Saints]

Salt Lake City, Utah: The Deseret News, [nd., ca. 1900s]. 4¼ x 2½ inches. Photo-Illustrated Card. Printed on semi-gloss card stock. Fine condition. Illustrated with a view of the Temple Block in Salt Lake City, an ephemeral item, a giveaway card, that demonstrates the endeavors of the Mormon faith in the early 20th century to bring new members within its fold. The obverse of the card lists 13 Articles of Faith.
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$45.00
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Its Religion, History, Condition and Destiny

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Its Religion, History, Condition and Destiny

by James H. Anderson

Salt Lake City: Bureau of Information and Church Literature, 1904. 64pp. Pictorial wraps, booklet. 5 x 3¼ inches. Near fine condition. Flake 110b. Promotional literature from the Church of Latter Day Saints published by the Deseret News in 1904.
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$45.00
JOHN DOYLE LEE : Zealot, Pioneer Builder, Scapegoat

JOHN DOYLE LEE : Zealot, Pioneer Builder, Scapegoat

by Juanita Brooks

Salt Lake City, UT: Howe Brothers, 1984. BRAND NEW Copy. Softcover/Fine. Classic, award winning historiography by Juanita Pulsipher Brooks (1898 - 1989). Biography of Illinois-born, early Mormon convert John Doyle Lee (1812 - 1877), who was executed for his role in the controversial Mountain Meadows Massacre in which Mormons massacred California-bound immigrants in southern Utah. Lee was a friend of Church founder & prophet Joseph Smith and "adopted son" of Brigham Young. In 1857 the U.S.... Read more
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$24.50
Wilderness at the Edge: A Citizen Proposal to Protect Utah's Canyons and Deserts

Wilderness at the Edge: A Citizen Proposal to Protect Utah's Canyons and Deserts

by Stegner, Wallace (Introduction)

Salt Lake City: Utah Wilderness Coalition, 1990. First Edition. Trade Paperback . Fine/Near Fine. 400 pages. About 9-1/2 by 12-1/4 inches. Profusely illustrated with black-and-white maps and photo reproductions, and a fold-out color map at the rear. Introduction by Wayne Owens. One of 500 numbered and signed copies. First edition (first printing). A fine copy in a dust jacket with lightly sunned spine and a bit of wear to the edges, thus near fine. In a near fine slipcase Signed by the both Stegner and... Read more
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$312.50
Deseret's Sons of Toil: A History of the Worker Movements of Territorial Utah, 1852-1896

Deseret's Sons of Toil: A History of the Worker Movements of Territorial Utah, 1852-1896

by Davies, J. Kenneth

Salt Lake City: Olympus Publishing Company, 1977. First Edition. 264pp. Octavo [23.5 cm] White printed boards. Near fine/Fine. An unusually clean copy of this history of labor in Territorial Utah, by a professor of economics at BYU.
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$25.00
JOHN DOYLE LEE: ZEALOT - PIONEER BUILDER - SCAPEGOAT [RARE LIMITED EDITION 1/209 COPIES]

JOHN DOYLE LEE: ZEALOT - PIONEER BUILDER - SCAPEGOAT [RARE LIMITED EDITION 1/209 COPIES]

by BROOKS, JUANITA [John Doyle Lee]

Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1961. One of 209 copies of the rare true first edition privately printed for members of the Lee family in 1961. None were ever sold. The rarest of the Juanita Brooks' books. The trade edition was not issued until the following year. Very good plus to near fine in full blue cloth with blue top-edge stain. 404 pages with frontispiece portrait of John Doyle Lee. Illustrated with maps, plates, and portraits. This true first printing omits the last three... Read more
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$1,600.00
The Leopard's Pa': A Handbook & Student Directory, 1966-1967

The Leopard's Pa': A Handbook & Student Directory, 1966-1967

by East Salt Lake City High School

Salt Lake City: Student Association of East High School, 1966. 143pp. Sextodecimo [15.5 cm] White side-stapled wrappers. A handful of manuscript notes and scribbles, otherwise very good. Handbook and directory printed for students that contains a brief history of the school (traditions, mascot, emblems, colors, etc.) which is followed by a directory. Presumed rare. "You have started another year of high school to continue to establish a record by which you will be known. Your record will be a reliable... Read more
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$35.00
Utah Historical Quarterly. Volume 1 - Number 2

Utah Historical Quarterly. Volume 1 - Number 2

by [William R. Palmer] [J. Cecil Alter] [Edgar M. Ledyard]

Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Quarterly, 1928. Volume 1 - Number 2. 35-64pp. Octavo [23 cm] Gray printer wrappers. Very good. Second issue of this important and long-running periodical. Articles are: 'Utah Indians Past and Present: An Etymological and Historical Study of Tribes and Tribal Names from Original Sources' by William R.Palmer - 'Some Useful Early Utah Indian References (continued from the January, 1928 issue)' by J. Cecil Alter - 'American Posts' by Edgar M. Ledyard.
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$20.00
The Great Salt Lake

The Great Salt Lake

by Morgan, Dale L

Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1947. First Edition. 432pp. Octavo [22.5 cm] Green cloth with gilt stamped titles on the front board and backstrip. Very good/Very good. Price-clipped jacket shows minor fading to spine. According to Saunders: "Great Salt Lake dealt more with the historical context of the lake than the body of water itself, describing the epochal history of the lake itself, early exploration and mapping, the settlements of Salt Lake City, tourism and recreation, and the advent of... Read more
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$45.00
Lagoon Amusement Park Broadside

Lagoon Amusement Park Broadside

by Bamberger, Julian M

[Salt Lake City]: [Bamberger Railroad], 1930. Broadside [28 cm x 21.5 cm] printed in red and green ink on an off-white sheet. Near fine. Promotional advertisement for the Intermountain West's longtime summer destination. "Lagoon - the fun spot of Utah - offers Amusement - clean, safe and wholesome, Gayety, but nothing to offend or demoralize Outdoor swimming in 'Water Fit To Drink' Obliging employees, who serve our guests, No one to leave without desiring to return.
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$40.00
Romantic Salt Lake City: Being a True if Somewhat Strange story of the Most Remarkable and Romantic City in the United States "The Queen of the West

Romantic Salt Lake City: Being a True if Somewhat Strange story of the Most Remarkable and Romantic City in the United States "The Queen of the West

by [Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce]

Salt Lake City: Chamber of Commerce, 1926. 28pp. Sextodecimo [17 cm] Tan illustrated wrappers. Near fine. Illustrated guide to Salt Lake that contains a nice concise history of the town to the early 20th century. "Whatever of individuality or charm may impress you - whatever of beauty or worth you may find, bears the imprint which stamps Salt Lake City as unique among the cities of the world." p.5 Flake/Draper 7487.
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$25.00
A Hysterical Map of Utah - Which Includes Zion, Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks and Stinking Springs

A Hysterical Map of Utah - Which Includes Zion, Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks and Stinking Springs

by Lindgren, Jolly

Spokane, WA: Lindgren-Turner Co, 1940. Illustrated map jigsaw puzzle [23 cm x 15 cm] printed in color in original printed mailing envelope. Puzzle is bright and in nice condition. Envelope shows minor sunning and extremities. Charming illustrated map of Utah that locates town, parks, mountains, lakes, etc. This is not something that we have encountered previously. "Drawn in Broken English by Jolly Lindgren". We are unable to locate any institutional copies of this map. Not in OCLC. Not in Rumsey. The... Read more
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$150.00
Salt Lake City, Utah, At Night

Salt Lake City, Utah, At Night

by [Salt Lake City]

Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Company, 1958. Jumbo post card [16.5 cm x 23 cm] printed in color. Near fine. "Salt Lake City, Utah, at night with the brilliant lighted State Capitol dominating the hill overlooking the city, the twinkling lights of the city and the valley, present an awe-inspiring spectacle." - from the back.
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$10.00
Utah Historical Quarterly. Volume 1 - Number 4

Utah Historical Quarterly. Volume 1 - Number 4

by [P.L. Williams] [J. Cecil Alter] [Edgar M. Ledyard]

Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Quarterly, 1928. Volume 1 - Number 4. [101]-128pp. Octavo [23 cm] Gray printer wrappers. Very good. Fourth issue of this important and long-running periodical. Articles are: 'Personal Recollections of Wash-a-kie, Chief of the Shoshones' by P.L. Williams - 'Father Escalante and the Utah Indians' by J. Cecil Alter - 'American Posts' by Edgar M. Ledyard.
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$20.00
118. - Granite Peak

118. - Granite Peak

by Jackson, William Henry

New York: E. & H.T. Anthony & Co, 1872. Stereoview. Albumen photograph [9.5 cm x 15.5 cm] on an orange 'Views of the Rocky Mountains - Dep't of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories' mount [10 cm x 18 cm] Printed Anthony back stamp. Minor rubbing to extremities. Image has strong contrasts. This photograph was taken by Jackson as part of his duties as the official photographer of the Hayden survey. In 1870 Dr. Ferdinand Vandiveer Hayden invited Jackson to become the official photographer... Read more
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$100.00
A Commentary On The Book Of Mormon

A Commentary On The Book Of Mormon

by Hartshorn, Chris B

Independence, Missouri, U. S. A.: Herald Publishing House, 1966. Hardcover. Near Fine/Good +. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Revised To Conform With The 1966 Authorized Edition Of The Book Of Mormon. Includes Topical Index And Bibliographical Index. The Book Is Bound In Black Cloth Over Boards With Gilt Lettering On The Spine. The Book Is Bumped At The Lower Spine. The Jacket Has Moderate Wear And A Few Tiny Chips And Tears. One Half Inch Tear With One Quarter Inch Chip At The... Read more
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$19.99