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A. W. Tabor's Pioneer Stage and Express Company, 1882
by T. C. Sewall, General Manager, at Rockwood, San Juan County, July 27,
1882. Near fine condition.
C. ROBY & CO., Proprietors of the HOLY CROSS CITY DRUG AND BOOK
STORES, Holy Cross and Gold Park, Colorado, 1882
in Drugs, Medicines, Dyestuffs; Toilet Articles, Cutlery, Notions; Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, Brushes; Stationery, School Books, Blank Books, Legal
by R. R. Warfield, Holy Cross, Colorado; ordered pick handles.
good condition. Price: $150.00
E. Runkle, Telluride, Colorado, February 29, 1896
in Diamonds, Watches, Jewjelry, Silverware, Spectacles and
Eyeglasses. Established 1887. Quick Train Watches. All
kinds of Repairing Promptly Attended to and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Signed by E. E. Runkle, Watch Inspector. Hall & O'Donald Litho.
good plus condition. Price: $100.00
postcard: Birds-Eye View, Looking North on Colorado Avenue, La Junta,
image on a postcard, dated August 20, 1906. Folded in center;
removal of old tape from back and replaced with neutral pH, acid-free
conservation tape. Lower left-hand corner chipped. Good plus
to very good condition.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, DENVER, 1911. Rev. Robert F. Coyle, D. D.
exceptionally large original postcard.
announces a Rally Day, Sunday, October 8, 1911. J. S. Temple,
superintendent. Church located at the corner of 17th and Sherman
streets, Denver. Postcard dimensions: 9-1/2 inches by 7-1/2
inches. Condition: very good; only condition problem is chipped
upper left-hand corner. Unused.
WINDSOR, Denver, Colorado. Bush, Tabor & Co., Proprietors.
Mountains as seen from The Windsor, 15 to 100 miles distant: Gray's Peak,
14,341; James' Peak, 13,283; Arapahoe Peak, 13,520; Long's Peak,
14,271. Denver, Colo. March 24, 1884.
written by J. T. Herrick, general manager of The London Mining Company,
Berlin Mining Company, Vienna Mining Company, and Rome Mining Company, all
with mining property in Mosquito Gulch, near Alma, in the Mosquito Mining
District, Park County, Colorado. Herrick, who lived in Fairplay,
wrote to H. R. Smith, vice president of the aforementioned mining
companies, in New York asking for the pay and stock he contracted for in
lieu of his managing the four mines. Steel-engraved letterhead
design copyrighted by Bush, Tabor & Co., Denver (William Bush and
H.A.W. Tabor, proprietors). Letter in near fine condition.