Stated first edition. 6"x7" with 267 pages. Flexible cloth boards. A bit of cover soil and wear, pages look bright. "The two-fold purpose in offering this book is to present a study of genealogy as a science, and to render assistance in the tracing of lineages, and in the collecting and recording of material for family history. The difficulties met with by the author in his researches have led him to believe that a work of this kind would be acceptable. He has been conscious of his inability to give the subject the full measure of consideration it deserves, and to treat it with the masterly skill which its merits demand."
- Foundations of Genealogy with Suggestions on the Art of Preparing Records of Ancestry
- William Stowell Mills
- Monograph Publishing Company, 1899
- First edition