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Rare books, pamphlets, and other publications on Denver, Colorado. 

DENVER, COLORADO

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ORPHEUM THEATRE, Program for Week Commencing Monday, August 30, 1915, Denver, Colorado

Original illustrated wrappers; 32 pages.  Orpheum Theatre and Realty Company, Proprietors.  M. Meyerfeld, Jr., President.  Orpheum circuit and its Affiliations.  Local and regional advertisements.  Actress, Nazimova, in "War Brides."  Vaudeville bill: Joe Cook, humorist; The Misses Campbell, in their Southern Drawing Room Specialty, "At Home"; Lucy Gillette, the Lady from Delft; Bert Melrose, famous international clown; Fritz Bruch and Sister, cello and violin virtuosi.  Advertisement for 100-Mile Fritchle Electric worm drive Automobile.  Hupp Motor Sales Co.  The Wahlgreen Publishing Co., Denver, Colorado.  Very good plus condition.

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DENVER FIRE & POLICE DEPARTMENTS, ILLUSTRATED, 1905

The Smith-Brooks Co., Printers, 1741 - 47 California Street, Denver, Colorado, 1905.  Original gold- and silver-embossed covers; 133 pages.  Copiously illustrated with photographs.  Numerous local and regional advertisements.

Contents: Introduction; Robert W. Speer, Mayor of Denver; Fire and Police Board; Michael A. Delaney, Chief of Police; Terrence F. Owens, Chief of the Fire Department; Assistant Fire Chiefs; Police Sergeants; City Detectives; Police Surgeons; Patrolmen; Operators; Police Matrons; Police Reporters; Officers Killed on Duty; Houses and Apparatus of Denver's Fire Department with Crews of Each Company; New Clayton Street Fire House; City Hall Station; Fire Engines; Denver's Police Department; Captains; Members of the Fire and Police Board; Where the Unfortunates Are Cared For; Civil Service Commission; Police Department Relief Fund; Denver's Fire Department; Assistant Fire Chiefs; Firemen's Pension Fund; Honorary Members of the Police and Fire Departments; Roster of the Police Department; Roster of the Fire Department; Denver's Fire Department: Number and Location of Signal Stations; City of Denver; and more.

Condition: good plus; binding has been black-cloth reinforced; green covers scuffed; some interior pages of light, yet evident markings and damage; enameled paper general clean and bright; complete except for one front blank end-paper.

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DENVER MUNICIPAL FACT

Set of 5 books

DENVER MUNICIPAL FACTS.  Issued Every Week by the City of Denver.  Denver , Colorado .  Volume I: No. 1, Saturday, February 20, 1909 through No. 45, December 25, 1909.  Leather binding; brown boards; gold print on spine.  Each issue 16 pages each.  “Published every Saturday by the City of Denver for the purpose of furnishing information concerning municipal affairs.  Condition: near fine.

 

DENVER MUNICIPAL FACTS.  Issued Every Week by the City of Denver.  Denver , Colorado .  Volume II: No. 1, January 1, 1910 through No. 52, December 24, 1910.  Leather binding; brown boards; gold print on spine.  Each issue 16 pages each.  “Published every Saturday by the City of Denver for the purpose of furnishing information concerning municipal affairs.  Condition: near fine.

DENVER MUNICIPAL FACTS.  Issued Every Week by the City of Denver.  Denver , Colorado .  Volume III: No. 2, January 7, 1911 through No. 53, December 30, 1911.  Leather binding; brown boards; gold print on spine.  Each issue 16 pages each.  “Published every Saturday by the City of Denver for the purpose of furnishing information concerning municipal affairs.  Many L.C. McClure photographs.  Condition: near fine.

DENVER MUNICIPAL FACTS.  Issued Every Week by the City of Denver.  Denver, Colorado.  Volume IV: No. 1, January 6, 1912 through No. 39, September 28, 1912.  At this point in this volume, this magazine becomes a semi-monthly issue and the name is changed to THE CITY OF DENVER, and the Volume 1, No. 1 issue was published on October 12, 1912, and in this volume this ran to Volume 1, No. December 21, 1912.  Leather binding; brown boards; gold print on spine.  Each issue 16 pages each.  “Published every Saturday by the City of Denver for the purpose of furnishing information concerning municipal affairs.  Many L.C. McClure photographs.  Condition: near fine

THE CITY OF DENVER.  Published Semi-Monthly by the City and County of Denver.  Volume 1, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, October 12, 1912 through Number 1, Number 6, December 21, 1912.  The Publicity Department, The City and County of Denver .  Every issue 16 pages each.  Volume 1, Number 7, January 11, 1913 through Volume 1, No. 24, September 27, 1913.  Also contained in this book, Volume 2, No. 1, October 11, 1913 through Volume 2, No. 24, September 26, 1914.  Also contained in this book, Volume 3, No. 1, October 10, 1914 through Volume 3, No. 6, December 31, 1914.  Green cloth binding, gold print on spine.  Very good plus to near fine condition.

Each of the aforementioned volumes contain at least 700 pages, with numerous photographs, architectural plans, city plats, and detailed articles.

Price for set: $3,250.00

 

DENVER -- AND THE MIDDLE TRAIL: The Story of a City and A road of Destiny, by Dowell Livesay.  Published in 1927: The Welch-Haffner Printing Company, Denver, Colorado.  Pamphlet in its original illustrated covers;63 pages; numerous half-tone photograph illustrations.   Pamphlet details history of Denver from 1858 to the 1920s, relating facts on people and places, exemplifying with images.  Author terms the road to Denver the "Middle Trail," because it was situated between the Oregon and Santa Fe trails.  Gold discoveries, D.H. Moffat, health-seekers, railroad center, mining, recreation -- they are all a part of the story this pamphlet tells.  Condition: near fine. Price: $45.00

 

DENVER: PORTAL TO THE ROCKIES.  Published by The Kendrick-Bellamy Co., Denver, Colorado.  The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, NY.  Publication in its original brown wrappers, tipped on half-tone on front cover; string-binding; 12 pages.  Each page has a separate half-tone photograph.  Views include; Continental Divide from City Park; City Auditorium; Public Library Building; Brown Palace Hotel; Savoy and Shirley Hotels; 16th Street at Stout; 17th Street from above; and more.  Condition: near fine, with original envelope.  Price: $40.00

 

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WE BUY COLLECTIONS LARGE AND SMALL!

We are always interested in purchasing large or small collections, from countless to single items.  We purchase Western Americana -- books, documents, maps, photographs, ledgers, journals, annual reports, manuscript material, memorabilia, etc.  We also purchase first edition literature, especially books or manuscripts that are signed/inscribed and dust-jacketed, such F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, William Faulkner, Ben Hecht, Eugene O'Neill, James Joyce, etc.  And, we are interested in science books, such as those by Albert Einstein, Richard Feynman, Paul Dirac, Linus Pauling, Steven Weinberg, Werner Heisenberg, Erwin Schroedinger, Niels Bohr, Ernest Rutherford. Max Planck, Ernrico Fermi, Robert Oppenheimer, etc.

"... 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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Dirac equation

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