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||ADOBE by Donald
Drummond. Greeley, Colorado, 1938. Two hundred copies of
this edition were printed for the author at The Press of Colorado State
College of Education, Greeley, in August, 1938. Copy number 75.
Original printed wrappers; 31 pages. Colorado poetry. Near
ALBANY HOTEL, Denver, Colorado, 1938
||THE HISTORY OF THE ALBANY
HOTEL, Denver, 1938. Allied printing, Trades Council,
Union Label, Denver, Colorado. Original two-tone hardcovers:
silver binding; tan boards. 63 pages. 10 pages of Albany
Hotel history; the rest includes Denver and surrounding area history and
sites. Local advertisements. Numerous photographs.
Tourist information. Denver amenities. Condition of book:
very good plus to near fine.
IN COLORADO, A Souvenir of the Denver Meeting of the National
Bee-Keepers' Association, September 1902
||BEES IN COLORADO, A
Souvenir of the Denver Meeting of the National Bee-Keepers Association,
September 3 - 5, 1902. SOMETHING ABOUT THE BEE INDUSTRY IN
COLORADO. Gathered and Worked over by D.W. Working.
"Warranted Pure." Signed by Working. The
App-Sutherland Engraving Company, Denver, Colorado. Original tan
printed and illustrated wrappers; 48 pages, illustrated. Contents
include: The Bee Industry in Colorado, Scraps of History; Colorado
Agriculture by H. Knight; Later History; Colorado's Honey-Producing
Industry by D.W. Working; Some Later Figures; A Talk with a Pioneer;
Bees in Boulder County; Jefferson County; Grading Rules of the Colorado
State Bee-Keepers' Association; Bee-Keeping in Delta County; Bee-Keeping
in Larimer County. Illustrations of bee-keeping operations
throughout the state. Local advertisements. Condition: very
good plus. Enamel-coated pages.
MESSAGE OF GOVERNOR CHARLES S. THOMAS AND INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR
JAMES B. ORMAN (Colorado), 1901
OF GOVERNOR CHARLES S. THOMAS AND INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR JAMES B.
ORMAN to the Thirteenth General Assembly of the State of Colorado, 1901.
Denver, Colorado: The Smith-Brooks Printing Company, State Printers,
1901. Original light gray printed wrappers; 122 pages.
Governor Thomas's address is covered in the first 95 pages.
Twenty-seven pages are devoted to Governor Orman's inaugural address.
Ex-library; some light markings throughout. Condition: very good
plus, generally; back wrap and last two pages (which are blank
end-papers) have large chip missing.
REPORT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF COLORADO, 1895-1896
REPORT OF THE STATE GAME AND FISH COMMISSIONER, COLORADO, 1908
||BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE STATE
GAME AND FISH COMMISSIONER OF THE STATE OF COLORADO For the Years 1907
and 1908. David E. Farr, Commissioner; Carlos W. Lake,
Deputy Commissioner. Denver, Colorado: The Smith-Brooks Printing
Company, State Printers, 1908. Original green printed wrappers; 36
pages, several illustrations. Tipped in "complimentary"
of David E. Farr. Report of wildlife and environmental interests.
Condition: near fine; several unobtrusive library marks.
REPORT OF THE STATE GAME AND FISH COMMISSIONER, COLORADO, 1911-1912
|Shinn, James A. BIENNIAL
REPORT OF THE STATE GAME AND FISH COMMISSIONER of the STATE OF COLORADO,
For the Years 1911-1912. Denver, Colorado: The
Smith-Brooks Printing Company, State Printers, 1912. Original
brown cloth covers; 33 pages. Tipped in slip, "Compliments of
James A. Shinn, State Game and Fish Commissioner of Colorado."
Excellent book for researching contemporary environmental concerns and
wildlife interests. Reports on elk, deer, mountain sheep, games
birds, antelope, etc. Also on maintenance, appropriations,
poaching, etc. Condition: very good plus; ex-library with a few
REPORT OF THE STATE GAME AND FISH COMMISSIONER, COLORADO, 1915-1916
|Fraser, Walter B. BIENNIAL
REPORT OF THE STATE GAME AND FISH COMMISSIONER of the STATE OF COLORADO,
For the Years 1915-1916. Denver, Colorado: Eames Bros.,
State Printers, 1916. Original blue stiff wrappers; 32 pages;
photographic illustrations. Excellent book for researching
contemporary environmental concerns and wildlife interests.
Reports on elk, deer, mountain sheep, games birds, antelope, etc.
Also on maintenance, appropriations, poaching, etc. Condition:
very good plus; ex-library with a few unobtrusive markings.
COUNTY STUDIES, 1919 - 1921
||BOULDER COUNTY STUDIES: A
Series of Studies on Health, Sanitation, Recreation, Relief, Municipal
Administration and Business. Under the auspies of the
University Extension Division, University of Colorado and the Mountain
Division of the American Red Cross. Boulder, Colorado, September
1921. University Extension Division -- Extension Series No. 46.
University of Colorado Bulletin, Volume XXI, No. 9, General Series No.
Original gray printed wrappers; 167 pages.
Contents include: Vital Statistics; Child Welfare Studies; Health
Agencies; Hospitals; Town and City Water Supplies, Boulder County;
Sewers; Privies, Wells and Cesspools; Milk Supply, Boulder County;
Report on Results of Inspection of Various Food Handling Places; Family
Work Agencies, Public and Private; Study of 251 Families Receiving Some
Sort of Outdoor Relief; Methods of Work; Recreation; Findings in
Business and Industry; Municipal Administration, etc. Photographic
illustrations. Condition: very good.
OF THE BOULDER TUNGSTEN PRODUCTION COMPANY'S PROPERTIES, 1912
||REPORT OF THE BOULDER TUNGSTEN
PRODUCTION COMPANY'S PROPERTIES by A.B. Frenzel, M.E.
Located in the Grand Island Mining District, Boulder County, Colorado.
Eight pages, with mining map of properties and numerous photographic
illustrations. Printed by H.L. Barber & Co., Fiscal Agents,
Great Northern Building, Chicago. 1912. Condition: near fine.
OF COLORADO SPRINGS: TOWN INCORPORATION, CITY ORGANIZATION AND
REORGANIZATION also Classification as CITY OF THE FIRST CLASS, 1901-02
||CITY OF COLORADO
SPRINGS: TOWN INCORPORATION, CITY ORGANIZATION AND REORGANIZATION also
Classification as CITY OF THE FIRST CLASS, 1901-02.
Officers from Time of Incorporation. City Government and Officers
1902. The Ideal City by Mayor J.R. Robinson. Annual Reports
and Financial Statements to the City Council for the Fiscal Year March
1st, 1901, to March 1st, 1902, and the Four Months March 1st to July
1st, 1902. Compiled and Published by Authority of the City
Council. Edited and Arranged by I.S. Harris, City Auditor, 1901-2.
Publication is missing original printed gray wrappers. Publication
has 264 pages; however, several of the index's last pages are missing.
Otherwise, publication has all reports and statements; all photographic
plates of officers of City Governments, police and fire departments,
street department scenes, electric tramway system, and bridges.
Condition overall: good plus to very good.
LIVINGSTON GOLD MINING COMPANY, Boulder County, 1918
||THE LIVINGSTON GOLD MINING
COMPANY, Boulder, Colorado, 1918, prospectus. G.C.
Hankins, Secretary-Treasurer. Original 4-page prospectus; 1
illustration. Properties located in the Sugarloaf District of
Boulder County, Colorado. Detail of property and development work.
Very good plus condition.
OF BIG EVANS GULCH MINING DISTRICT, LEADVILLE, COLORADO, ca. 1910
||MAP OF BIG EVANS GULCH MINING
DISTRICT, Leadville, Colorado. Printed and for sale by The
Herald Democrat, Leadville, Colorado, circa 1910. Dimensions:
18-1/2 inches wide by 12 inches in height. Map shows mining
claims, placers, railroads, and part of City of Leadville.
Condition: near fine.
CLAIMS OF LEADVILLE, COLORADO, circa 1900
||MINING CLAIMS OF LEADVILLE,
COLORADO, by C.A. Bohn, M.E., circa 1900, with geological
profile and section of City of Leadville. No publisher or printer.
Dimensions: 24-1/2 inches in width and 14 inches in height. Map
shows City of Leadville, mining claims, placers, identifies
topographical hills, railroads, and ore deposits. Condition: very
OF MINUTES, THE MARY McKINNIE MINING COMPANY, 1916 - 1929
RECORD OF MINUTES: THE
MARY McKINNIE MINING COMPANY, January 1916 to January 1929. This
ledger is the original meeting minutes of the Board of Directors, with
decisions made by the Board and originally signed by the Board at the
end of each recorded meeting. Decisions about development of the
gold mining property, which was located in the CRIPPLE CREEK GOLD MINING
DISTRICT, Teller County, Colorado, as well as business, expenses,
acquisitions, transportation concerns, high-grading, etc.
Condition: very good plus with a few loose pages. Legal-sized
ledger from original cloth and red-leather binding and corners.
ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, 1900
|THE ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, 1900. Compiled by W.S. Morris,
City Attorney. Published by Authority of the City Council.
Colorado Springs: The Out West Printing and Stationery Company, 1900.
Original burgundy cloth covers with gold print on spine; 555 pages.
Overall condition; very good plus with light sunning to spine.
OF THE CONFERENCE OF WESTERN GOVERNORS, 1914
|PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE
OF WESTERN GOVERNORS, Held at Denver, Colorado, April 7, 8, 9,
10 and 11, 1914. Reported by MacDonald & Osborne, Denver,
Colorado. The Smith-Brooks Printing Company, State Printers:
Denver, Colorado, 1914. Original burgundy cloth binding with gold
print on front cover; 116 pages; no illustrations. Contents
include: Welcome Address by J.M. Perkins, Mayor of Denver; Welcome
Address by E.M. Ammons, Governor of Colorado; Addresses by Oregon,
Washington, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, and Idaho governors; Discussion of
Carey Act; Discussion of Shackleford Bill; Discussion on Regional Banks;
Discussion of Leasing Public Lands; Address on "Water Power";
Address by Mrs. Harbert, President of the International Congress of Farm
Women; and discussion of other topics related to Western State
resources. Ex-library book with bookplate on front paste and a few
other unobtrusive markings. Condition: very good; tight binding,
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE RAILROAD COMMISSIONER OF THE STATE OF COLORADO,
|First Annual Report of the
Railroad Commissioner of the State of Colorado for the Year Ending June
30, 1885. Denver, Colorado: Collier & Cleaveland Lith.
Co., State Printers, 1886. Original brown cloth binding with gold
print on spine; 702 pages, with index. Includes rules, scope of
report, stock, debt, stock and debt, cost, track in Colorado, curvature,
sections, rails, ties, bridges, culverts, fencing, crossings, earnings
and expenses, operating expenses, taxes, mileage traffic, passenger
traffic, accidents, coal, etc. Very definitive report on all the
railroads operating in Colorado in 1885, with specific reports on
various railroads, such as: Denver Circle Railroad Company; Denver and
New Orleans Railroad Company; Colorado Central Railroad Company; Denver,
South Park & Pacific Railroad Company; Denver and Boulder Valley
Railway Company; Denver and Middle Park Railroad Company; Greeley, Salt
Lake & Pacific Railway Company; Georgetown, Breckenridge &
Leadville Railway Company; Golden, Boulder & Caribou Railway
Company; Union Pacific Railway Company -- Consolidated, etc.
Complaints and Petitions submitted to the Railroad Commission, opinions
and decisions. Vast amount of information on both well-known and
little-known railroads operating in Colorado. Condition: covers
very good; sunned spine; interior pages generally very good.
BIENNIAL REPORT OF STATE BANK COMMISSIONER OF COLORADO, 1907 - 1909
||FIRST BIENNIAL REPORT OF HENRY
M. BEATTY, STATE BANK COMMISSIONER OF COLORADO, from July 12th, 1907 to
January 1st, 1909. Denver, Colorado: The Smith-Brooks
Printing Company, State Printers, 1909. Original blue cloth
binding with gold print on front cover; 191 pages. This report
details new bank organizations, reorganizations of private banks, state
or private banks nationalized, banks liquidated, and banks in the hands
of receivers; increase of deposits, banks failure, savings banks, loans
to owners of private banks, books and accounts, savings banks.
Details in individual banks in towns and cities throughout Colorado.
Condition: near fine.
STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE OF COLORADO, Year Book and Catalog, 1914-1915
||THE STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE OF
COLORADO, Year Book and Catalog, 1914 - 1915. Published
Quarterly by the Board of Trustees, Greeley, Colorado. Bulletin of
The State Teachers College of Colorado, Series XIV, June 1914, No. 1.
Original printed cream wrappers; 221 pages, plus index and photographic
illustrations. Includes College Calendar, Board of Trustees,
Faculty, Trustees and Committees. Details on subjects of study and
coursework. 10 pages of photographs of College and grounds in
front; 14 pages of photographs in back. Condition: very good plus
to near fine.
PRINTERS HOME, COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, 1906
UNION PRINTERS HOME, Colorado
Springs, Colorado. 52nd Annual Convention of The International
Typographical Union. HOME CONVENTION SOUVENIR, International
Typographical Union, Fifty-Second Session, August 13 - 18, 1906.
Colorado Springs Typographical Union No. 82. The Prompt Printery,
Colorado Springs, Colorado. Allied Printing Trades Council,
Colorado Springs. This oversized and highly impressive publication
is in its original stiff brown covers with a tipped on chromolithograph
of the Union Printer's Home of Colorado Springs on front; 120 pages.
James M. Lynch, President, ITU; J.W. Bramwood, Secretary-Treasurer, ITU.
Includes numerous tipped in chromolithographs of Colorado scenes;
"The Story of the Union Printers' Home (Colorado Springs, Colorado)
by Henry Christeen Warnack; "A Struggle for Eight Hours and
Peace" by James M. Lynch; "The Woman's International
Auxiliary" by Mrs. Ed. D. Donnell; and others. All in all,
this large publication was published to impress the members of the
International Typographical Union -- people who every day saw published
materials -- and it certainly does impress.
PRINTERS HOME, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1917
||SILVER JUBILEE SOUVENIR.
UNION PRINTERS HOME TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY, COLORADO SPRINGS
(Colorado), August 15, 1917. International Typographical
Union. Office: Newton Claypool Building, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Photographs by Moorefield. Printed by The Hollenbeck Press,
Original illustrated wrappers; 28 enamel-coated
pages; 2 pages foldout to exhibit detailed photographs of buildings and
grounds of Colorado Springs Union Printers' Home. Numerous
photographs throughout of the facilities, buildings and grounds of the
Union Printers' Home. History, addresses, staff of Home.
Condition: near fine.
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