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Rare books, pamphlets, and other publications on Denver,
GUIDE BOOK TO DENVER, 1882, by Frank S. Woodbury
Times Steam Printing House & Blank Book Manufactory, 1882. First
printing. Original gold-printed burgundy cloth covers; 74 pages,
plus 14 pages local and regional advertisements.
General Information; Denver; Public Buildings, Grounds and Officers;
Institutions and Points of Interest; Societies; Tourist Routes and State
very good; spine cloth sunned and conservation reinforced; interior pages
very good plus to near fine.
CITY OF DENVER: Its Resources and Their Development. A
Souvenir of the Denver Times. Carson Hurst and Harper, Art
Printers, Denver, Colorado. The Denver Times, 1891.
burgundy-colored covers with gold print; 103 enamel-coated pages, with
index. Dimensions: 17-1/2 inches by 14 inches. Landscape
photographs by William Henry Jackson; portraits by Alfred Evans
Rinehart. Numerous articles on Denver's and surrounding resources,
as well as biographies of influential businessmen and politicians.
very good; all pages present and clean with few flaws, tears, or
smudges; spine strong, although head and toe have suffered some
chipping; end-papers present and clean; boards have evidence of
THE DENVER REAL ESTATE AND STOCK EXCHANGE
1891 - 1892
A Glance at the Business Condition, Architectural Features and
Material Progress of The Queen City of the Plains. Published for The Exchange by Jno. G. Canfield.
Press of Carson, Hurst & Harper, Art Printers. Denver, Colorado, 1892.
Condition: covers chipped with small pieces absent; interior
pages near fine condition
THE DENVER REAL ESTATE AND STOCK EXCHANGE ANNUAL REPORT, 1891 - 1892. A Glance at the Business Condition, Architectural Features and Material Progress of The Queen City of the Plains. Published for the Exchange by John G. Canfield. Press of Carson, Hurst & Harper, Art Printers: Denver, Colorado, 1892. Original illustrated wrappers; 60 pages; illustrated with photographs and engravings. Condition: very good; covers chipped; publication was folded in past; conservation work on square-bound spine. Architectural works by: Masonic Temple, People's Bank and Brown Palace Hotel by F.E. Edbrooke & Co.; Kirchner & Kirchner, Colorado Mining Stock Exchange, Denver Chamber of Commerce; J.J. Huddart, Charles Boettcher's residence; Robert S. Roeschlaub, who designed the Trinity M.E. Church, Chamberlin Observatory, New College Hall at Denver University, Light Terrace at Tuxedo Place, Residence of P. Gottesleben, Bell Terrace, Residence of Mrs. George Ady; and other Colorado architects. Also numerous articles, such as: President's Report by P.D. Grommon; Denver as
a Railroad Center; Denver as a Manufacturing City; The New Plants; Real Estate Operations for 1891; Banks of Denver; Denver the Center of a Health Region; and Architecture of Colorado. Very good condition.
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With Outlines of the Earlier History of the Rocky Mountain
Country. Edited for The Denver Times by Jerome B. Smiley. Denver, 1901, first edition.
The Denver Times: The Times - Sun Publishing Company, Denver,
1901. Original leather and cloth binding; gold print front cover and
spine; 978 pages. Original marbled endpapers. Complete with all illustrations.
Binding is strong, has been reinforced; leather section on
front cover missing; scraping to leather. Interior coated pages are bright and clean, in near fine
OF DENVER, COLO., 1889, published by O.O. Howard, Jr., Collier &
Cleaveland Lith. Co., Denver, Colorado. Merchants Publishing Co., Denver,
Colorado. Pamphlet is in its original illustrated covers; square-bound; 50
pages; finely illustrated. Every other page in this publication is
descriptive or history; opposite these are fine illustrations of public and
private buildings in Denver. Views include, but are not
limited to: 16th Street; Denver Club; New Post Office; Tabor Opera House; City
Hall; Chamber of Commerce; Court House; Lawrence Street; Denver High School;
Franklin School; Hyde Park School; Ashland School; Chamberlin Observatory;
Denver University; Wolfe Hall; Baptist College; Jesuit College; Larimer Street;
State National Bank; Colorado National Bank; German National Bank; Interior of
M'Intosh and MyGatt's Bank; South Fourteenth Street; Albany Hotel; St. James
Hotel; Windsor Hotel; private residences; and much more. Condition: very
good; some light damp marks on a top margins of a number of the pages.