Title: Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine
Publication Date: 1880
Binding: Soft cover
Edition: 1st Edition
(UTAH). Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine. Salt Lake City: Edward W. Tullidge: Vol. I no. 1, Oct. 1880, through vol. III no. 4, Jan. 1885. Portraits and plates. Bound at the end of vol. III is Tullidge's History of Salt Lake City and its Founders (336 p.; 3 plates). Three volumes, bound in non- matching period half leather. Some scuffing of extremities, a few pages torn or soiled with early repairs. Small early label of the Shepard Book Company, Salt Lake City, in each volume. Philip Ashton Rollins' set, with his bookplate in each volume. All published. A complete run of this important Western journal, with a wealth of material on Utah, the Mormons, and the West in general. Includes a great many biographical and autobiographical sketches (many with engraved portraits), local histories, &c. Bound in the third volume (and also issued separately) is the first edition of Tullidge's history of Salt Lake City. From the library of the great Western Americana collector Philip Ashton Rollins. Flake 9048; 9038; Howes T-409. Bookseller Inventory # 12504
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