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RARE BOOKS & WESTERN AMERICANA

Brian Levine

P.O. Box 3048, Crested Butte, CO 81224-3048 USA

Specialists in Western Americana, literature, and quantum physics; with a particular focus on Colorado history and the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald

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PAMPHLETS,

Colorado, mostly, Page 2

 

TROUTING IN COLORADO WATERS, by B. L. Winchell, issued by the Passenger Department of The South Park Line,

Denver, Leadville & Gunnison Railway

 

Scarce Denver, Leadville & Gunnison Railway publication, circa 1896, with articles by L. B. France, C. F. Orvis, and Charles Hallock.  Original illustrated covers; 35 pages, including 2 pages of advertisements for other booklets published by The Denver, Leadville & Gunnison Railway.  Articles on "Trouting in Colorado Waters," "About Rods," "Reels," "Flies," "Hooks," "Haunts and Habits of Trout," "Fishing, Casting the Fly, Etc.," and, "Colorado Waters."  Near fine condition.

Price: $750.00

 

 

 

BUFFALO BILL'S HOTELS In the Rockies, circa 1905

Original illustrated covers; 25 enamel-coated pages.  Paul C. Blum, Manager, Irma Hotel, Cody, Wyoming.  Publication written by Louis E. Cooke.  Other Cody establishments: Pahaska Teepe and Wapiti Inn.  Subtitled, "An Ideal Outing."  "Pen Picture of Nature's Wonderland: A Vivid Portrayal of a few of the Scenes Encountered on the Cody Route to Yellowstone Park, Letter of Appreciation sent to Col. Cody."  Illustrated with photographs.  Near fine condition.

Price: $495.00

 

 

"JACKSON'S DIARY OF '59" published for sale by Placer Inn. 1929

 

Original gold-printed suede covers; 20 pages, illustrated.  Near fine condition.  George A. Jackson is considered the man who "first discovered gold in Colorado."  Photographs courtesy History of Denver by Jerome C. Smiley, Harper's Magazine, 1872, and Idaho Springs, Colorado, 1905 booklet.  History concerning early placer mining in Gilpin County, Colorado Territory.

Price: $300.00

 

 

AL G. BARNES and SELLS-FLOTO combined CIRCUS, Season of 1938

MAGAZINE and DAILY REVIEW

Who doesn't love a circus?  Program for a circus outfit once associated with one of The Denver Post's founders, H. H. Tammen.  Original illustrated wrappers; 42 pages, illustrated.  Promotional of the Circus's programme: 1) Display No. 1: Stupendous Introductory Tournament of Inconceivable Magnificence; 2) Display No. 2: On the Hippodrome Track; 3) Ring No. 1: Troop of Liberty Troops; 4) Ring No. 2: Massive Steel Arena with Group of Ferocious Lions; and, 5) Ring No. 3: Squadron of Free-Running Ponies.  Numerous advertisements.  Very good plus to near fine condition.

Price: $150.00

 

 

AMONG THE SILVER SEAMS, COLORADO

Published by Georgetown Courier, June 1886

Original illustrated wrappers; 20 pages, illustrated with engravings.  Text generally concerned with the promotion of Georgetown, Clear Creek County, Colorado and its surrounding mines.  Information on: Mills and Reduction Works; Ore Markets; Ore Shipments; Georgetown as a Home; Public Schools; Churches; Water Supply; Gas Works; Hotels; Banking Institutions; Newspapers; The Famous Knot in a Railroad; Developed Mines; Mineral Wealth; etc.  Very good plus condition.

Price: $400.00

 

 

ILLUSTRATED GOLDEN AND VICINITY, 1902

Being a Complete and Comprehensive Statement of Facts Concerning the Resources and Advantages of Golden and Jefferson County, Colorado, Compiled and Published by George M. Kimball and Louis E. Slingerland, at Golden, Colorado, March 15th, 1902.  Original red-printed yellow wrappers; 52 pages, illustrated.  Numerous local advertisements.  Articles on: Jefferson County, Colorado; Agriculture; Mining; Golden; Educational; Churches; Secret Societies; Manufactures; Business Houses; Personalities; State Industrial School; Morrison; Arvada; and other towns.  Condition: near fine.

Price: $450.00

 

 

THRU HELL GATE IN THE COLORADO ROCKIES, Colorado Midland Railway, circa 1900

C. H. Speers, General Passenger Agent, Denver, Colorado.  Smith-Brooks, Engravers & Printers, Denver, Colo.  20 color lithographed pages exhibiting scenes along the Colorado Midland Railway from Denver to Colorado's Western Slope.  Last page exhibits photographs of the Midland's officers, directors, managers, and agents.  Very good plus condition.

Price: $250.00

 

PROSPECTUS OF THE LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN PARK DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, Denver, Colorado, ca. 1900

A City of Stars, as seen from Lookout Mountain Park.  Original illustrated tan wrappers; 16 pages, illustrated with photographs.  Rees C. Vidler, president and former owner of Lookout Mountain Park.  W. W. Borst, secretary, The Lookout Mountain Park Development Company.  Location of property: just west of the City of Golden, Colorado.  Proposal to build a funicular road at base of mountain near Golden to top; rustic hotel; summer homes and golf links.  Pamphlet in near fine condition.

Price: $250.00

 

COLORADO: ITS AGRICULTURE; ITS HORTICULTURE, 1904

Issued by The Colorado Promotion and Publicity Committee, Denver, Colo.  Original illustrated gray wrappers; 52 pages, illustrated.  The Smith-Brooks Printing Co.  Promotion for Colorado's agriculture in: the Platte and tributary valleys; Arkansas Valley; San Luis Valley; Western Slope; Southwestern Colorado; Northwestern Colorado.  Details on irrigation and water supply; ditches and canals; storage and reservoir systems; sub-irrigation; soil and crops; railway facilities; educational aids; etc.  Near fine condition.

Price: $250.00

 

COLORADO ILLUMINATED, circa 1895

A compilation of various Colorado cartoonists' perspective of promotions and developments in Colorado in the early 1890s.  Original printed covers; 50 pages with one satirical cartoon printed on the front of each page.  Some of the satirical cartoons are obvious and humorous to today's reader; others are racist as well as obscure.  Certainly an excellent view of significant issues playing out in the State of Colorado in the early 1890s.  Condition: near fine.

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COLORADO: ITS MANUFACTURES, 1904

Issued by The Colorado Promotion and Publicity Committee, Denver, Colo.  Original illustrated gray wrappers; 39 pages, illustrated.  The Smith-Brooks Printing Co.  Promotion for Colorado's manufactures: coal and iron deposits; rapid manufacturing progress; Denver as a manufacturing center; Pueblo: Pittsburg, the second; other manufacturing centers: Colorado City; beet-sugar manufacture; natural oil & gas; new industries: commercial rubber, cement, lithographic stone, onyx, etc.; clay and pottery; gilsonite; building stone and quarries; etc.  Near fine condition.

Price: $250.00

 

HILLS OF COLORADO: A Story Told in Pen and Picture for 1905 Convention Visitors

 

Colorado Midland Railway.  Issued by the Passenger Department.  The Smith-Brooks Press, Denver.  Original black-printed red wrappers; 24 pages, illustrated with photographs.  Articles: Ute Pass; The Cripple Creek Way; Mountain Flowers; G. A. R. Encampment, Denver; Side Trips; Nearing the Summit, Leadville; Rounding Hell Gate; Some Favored Spot; On to Salt Lake City; with small Map of Colorado Midland Railway on back page.  Water-staining to covers that has led to some bleeding into front and back pages, otherwise, very good plus condition.

Price: $225.00

 

 

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"... 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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