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Lorin C. Woolley's School of the Prophets Minutes From 1932 - 1941

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This is a limited edition publication. Never before published, the minutes from Lorin C. Woolley's school of the prophets contains information that is crucial to the priesthood claims of Mormon fundamentalists. Out of respect for the source of these minutes, this book has not been distributed by book dealers and very few copies were made. The first edition is almost out of ...more
Paperback, 1st, 178 pages
Published 2009 by Hindsight Publications
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