ItinLim,rtApity. The four chief collections of Alormoniana in America are: The Church Archives at Salt. Lake City; Government publica tion-, at \\'a-hington; the Berrian Collection, New York Public Library. rich in first editions and rare publications of the Early Church ; the collection of the State Historical Society of Wis consin, at Madison. which Melnik: the unique private collection of Mr. A. T. Schroeder. late of Salt Lake City. Mormon Periodicals: t A", (Salt Lake City, 1852-87 1 : Elders' ,Journal (Kirtland. Ohio. and Far West. Mo., 1837-391 : Ereniny and Morning Star ( Independ enee, Mo., and Kirtland, Ohio, 1532-34) : Journal of Diseoursrs (by Brigham Young and the Church lenders. Liverpool, 1854-S6) : Latter-Day saints' )Iess, na, r and .1drocate (Kirtland, Ohio, 1831 37 : t r- boy Saints' Millennial Star Lis-crpool, 181(1) ; Times and Seasons (Nrinvoo, 111.. vol. iii. ed. by Smith; early files suppre—ed by Itrighani Youipg1. Pro-Mormon Bancroft, History of rtah (San Fran (-ism. 18901: Handbook of to History, etc. (salt Lake City, 1852) : Joseph Smith, .Ir., Book of commandments (Zion. Jackson County, Mo.. 1833: exreedit gly rare; Still Lake Tribune reprint. P of 11ormon (1-t ed., Pal myra. ' Y.. 1830: 2(1 equally rare, Kirtland, Ohio, 1833) The Pearl of //real Price (selections from the writings of Smith. Salt Lake City, Lucy Smith, Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith and His nitors (by the mother of the Prophet ; --uppre-sed by Brigham Young; Liverpool. 1833, and Plano. HI_ 15801:
Joseph Smith, 3.1. and Hentan C. Smith. History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Saints (from the standpoint of the Reorganized Church, Lamoni, Iowa, 1901) ; Thompson, Evi dences in Proof of the 'Book of Mormon' (sup pressed by Brigham Young; Batavia, N. Y., 1841) ; Tullidge, Ilistory of Sall Lake City (the work of a ref()rmer, but censored by the Church; Salt Lake City, 1889) ; Whitener, An Address to All Relievers (written by a primitive non-polyga mous Mormon. Richmond, 510., 1887). Anti Mormon Works: Ferris, Utah and the Mormons (New York, 1854) ; Gunnison, The Mormons (description of early life in Utah by an army officer: Philadelphia, 1850) : Howe, Mormonism l'nreiled (the earliest first-hand information against Smith. very rare; Painesville, Ohio, 1834) ; Hyde. Mormonism: Its Leaders and De signs (the confessions of an apostate; Now York, 1557) ; Linn. The Story of the Mormons (the most complete and exhaustive history of Mor monism; New York, 1902) : Riley, The Pounder of Mormonism (a psychological study of Joseph Smith. .1r.: New York. 19021 Stenhouse, The Rocky Mountain Saints (a vivid portrayal by an able London, 1S70) ; Tucker, Origin, Rise. and Progress of Mormonism (the of a fellow-townsman of Smith: New York, 1807); 1. 1(111 Commission (Government Re ports under the Edmunds Law, Washington).