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THE PINKERTON LABOR SPY
by Morris Friedman. Published by Wilshire Book Company, 200 William Street, New York
1907, First edition
Original illustrated green cloth covers; 229 pages; several illustrations; plus advertisements. Pages are near fine; covers are in very good condition; spine is sunned with some chipping on head and foot. Many chapters about the Cripple Creek labor strike of 1903 - 1904, with an insight into the industrial war seen from a special perspective. Also, facts and events of the strike in Telluride, Colorado.
THE CRIPPLE CREEK STRIKE
by Mrs. Emma F. Langdon. Published in Victor, Colorado, 1904, First edition
Original green cloth binding with gold print; 248 pages, illustrated. Near fine condition. Detailed perspective of the Cripple Creek strike from the labor union (Western Federation of Miners) side. There were 2 later editions of this book printed in Denver in 1905.
COLORADO AS I SAW IT
by Harry A. Epperson. Privately published
Inland Printing Co., Kaysville, Utah, 1944, First Edition
Original maroon pebbled binding; gold print on front cover; 137 pages, plus illustrations. Near fine condition. Memoirs of Epperson's days in the Cripple Creek Gold Mining District and on Colorado ranches
A GUIDE TO THE CRIPPLE CREEK-VICTOR MINING DISTRICT, by Brian Levine
A GUIDE TO THE CRIPPLE CREEK-VICTOR MINING DISTRICT, by Brian Levine, 1987, Century One Press, Colorado Springs, Colorado; first edition, second issue. Publication is in its original illustrated stiff covers; 64 pages; SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Condition: fine. Historical tour of the Cripple Creek District, driving and walking. This publication came out pre-gambling initiative and pre-open-pit mining in the Cresson-Portland area; so, things have been altered in the District. Price: $25.00
"... But never again as during that all too short period when he and I were one person, when the fulfilled future and the wistful past were mingled in a single gorgeous moment -- when life was literally a dream...." F. Scott Fitzgerald, from 'Early Success,' The Crack Up, October 1937
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