• Latter Day Saints Assemblage, Pamphlets, Souvenir Edition Of One Hundred Years, Letter From Church President

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    Wonderful grouping of six original pamphlets and a souvenir edition of “One Hundred Years,” spanning 1915 to 1936, soft wraps. Also included is a TLS by Heber J. Grant, President, dated Christmas 1930 presenting a copy of “One Hundred Years,” a souvenir of the Centennial Celebration of the organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.”


    “One Hundred Years,” April 6th, 1830 – April 6th, 1930, 9 x 12, 115 pp, first edition, presentation copy, including the Articles of Faith by Joseph Smith, and containing an extensive history of the Latter-Day Saints and profusely illustrated with views of Utah, LDS church officials, historical sites and scenes of the centennial celebration.


    Light soiling and rubbing to the wraps.

    Also including:


    --THE PRIEST and his PRIESTHOOD, A MANURAL FOR PRIESTS QUORUMS in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1936. PRESIDING BISHOPRIC, Salt Lake City Utah, 5 x 7 ½, 162 pp, with the owner’s name of covers. Very good condition.


    --ONE-HUNDRED AND SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS. Held in the Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, Utah, April, 8, 9, 10, 1932.


    Published by the Church, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1932, 6 x 9, 127 pp. Very good condition.


    --DISCOURSE Three Degrees of Glory by Melvin J. Ballard, Ogden Tabernacle, September 22, 1922. 4 ¾ x 7, 32 pp. Very good condition.


    --The Philosophical Basis of “MORMONISM”, AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BY INVITATION BEFORE THE CONGRESS OF RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHIES HELD IN CONNECTION WITH THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. San Francisco, California, July 29, 1915, By James Talmage. Published by Missions of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Press of Zion’s Printing and Publishing Company, Independence, MO. Presumed first edition. 44 pp, 4 ½ x 7 ¼, blue printed wrappers. Very Good condition. In addition to the Panama-Pacific Expo speech, this edition includes the text of an address delivered by Talmage in Salt Lake City on Oct. 10th, 1915, titled “the Latter-day Gospel Recognized as a Distinctive Religion.”


    --Why “Mormonism”? By ELDER B.H. ROBERTS. Number One, Number Two, Number Three, Number Four. Published by the Missions of the Church, Salt Lake City, Utah...Texas Mission...n.d. c1930. 4 x 7. Separate pamphlets stapled together and separately paginated. No covers (as issued). Very good condition.




    A very fine narrative of the Ladder-day Saints spanning a 21-year period beginning in the early 19th century.


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