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CREEK MINING DIRECTORIES PAGE 3
Cripple Creek Stock Brokers Handbooks
THE STANDARD HAND BOOK
A New Book of Reference to the Mines and Mining Companies
of Cripple Creek, and Other Mining Camps of Colorado, U.S.A. Corrected to Date. Compiled from the land Office
Records, and Official reports of the Various Companies Mentioned herein. By
F.F. Horn and E.E. McMahan. Colorado Springs, Colorado; October 1899.
William A. Otis & Co., Bankers and Brokers, Members
Colorado Springs Mining Stock Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Original printed tan wrappers; 75 pages.
Condition: near fine.
THE OFFICIAL MANUAL, CRIPPLE CREEK DISTRICT,
"ultimate" stock broker's handbook. Published by Fred Hills, E.M.
Colorado Springs, Colorado; June 1900.
Original red cloth binding with gold print on cover and
spine; 495 pages. With original 25" x 28" "Map Showing the
Surface Holdings of the Mining Companies of the Cripple Creek Mining District,
Teller County, Colorado, compiled expressly for the Cripple Creek Manual,
1900." Book in fine condition. Map in fine condition. This book contains the following:
The Cripple Creek District: Its Past and Future, written
specifically for the OFFICIAL MANUAL, by T.A. Rickard, Denver, State Geologist
of Colorado. Cripple Creek from the Standpoint of Statistics, by George
Rex Buckman. Geological Map of the Cripple Creek Mining District. Plats, locations, development details, directorship, ore
production and more on nearly 400 operating mining companies in the Cripple
Creek District in 1900. An extraordinary production.
With historical document signed by Fred Hills.
CRIPPLE CREEK STANDARD HANDBOOK
OF THE MINES AND MINING COMPANIES OF
AMERICA'S GREATEST GOLD CAMP, And Other Mining Camps of Colorado, U.S.A.
Correct to Date. Compiled from the
Land Office Records and Official Reports of the various companies mentioned
herein, By O.R. Salmans and J.M. Auld. Colorado Springs, Colorado, January 1901.
Compliments of Lee A. Reynolds, Mining Stocks, Bonds and
Investments, 300 Century Building, Denver, Colorado. Two-page Map of Cripple Creek District in center of
publication. Original illustrated tan wrappers; 96 pages; numerous plat
maps of mining properties (approximately 40 plat map pages)
very good; original illustrated covers are somewhat chipped; folded
spine reinforced with neutral pH conservation tape; lower 1/3rd of title
page was missing, but now present in reproduction; the rest of this
publication is original and in near fine condition.
THE RED BOOK.
A Handbook of the Mines and Mining Companies of the Cripple
Creek Mining District. Second Edition, January 1902. Compiled from Official Reports by Edw. R. March, Colorado
Springs, Colorado. Missing original red printed wrappers; 50 pages. Map of Cripple Creek District.
Plats of entire Cripple Creek Mining District. (21 map pages similar to below covering entire mining
district). Dimensions: 9-1/4" by 11" (much larger than the
typical broker's handbook). Condition: good plus; original wrappers missing; title page
and last page chipped, but no information missing; interior pages are in very