Lot 537 of 613:
Story of a Life's Experience in Mormonism  

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''Tell It All'': The Story of a Life's Experience in Mormonism. An Autobiography

Stenhouse, Mrs. T. B. H.

Hartford, CT

A. D. Worthington & Co.



xxx, [31]-623 pp. Introduction by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Illustrated with 2 steel-engraved portrait plates, including the frontispiece of the author and one of Brigham Young with tissue-guards; plus 16 wood-engraved plates and a facsimile page of a Mormon "Bill of Divorce." (8vo), original green cloth decoratively stamped in gilt, new endpapers and end-leaves. First Edition.

An early exposé of life in Utah, written from the perspective of the wife of a Mormon missionary of over twenty years. Flake 8390.

Lot Amendments

Rubbing to joints, edges and extremities; a little darkening to contents, front hinge cracking, very good.

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