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NEWSPAPER EDITIONS & MAGAZINES
WORLD: Devoted To An Exposition of the Rich Resources of the Wide West,
II, Number 2, February 1905, Denver, Colorado. M. B. Aston,
president; R. G. Leonard, Secretary-Treasurer; P. A. Leonard,
Manager. Published monthly by The Western World Publishing
Company. Illustrated. 32 pages. Local and regional
advertising. Examples of articles: Legend of the Columbine; Glenwood
Springs, Colorado; Conversion of Geronimo; Idaho's Big Irrigation
Enterprises; Rich Strike at Sugar Loaf, An Attractive Goldfield Offer;
Arkansas Valley in Kansas; A Fine Modern Stock Ranch; Abstract News and
Comment from the Western Goldfields; To California in 1846; Oil at Paola,
Kansas; etc. Dimensions: 9-12/ inches by 12 inches. Condition:
COLORADO: A Ten-Year-Old City, Issued
as a Supplement to The Eaton Herald, 1902. Hogue, H. E., editor.
edition publication promoting the Town of Eaton as an agricultural center
of Weld County, Colorado.
Eaton was founded in 1892 and named for Benjamin Harrison Eaton, a
pioneer in arid prairie irrigation.
Benjamin Eaton served as Colorado of Colorado from 1885 through
Eaton is located approximately seven miles north of Greeley near
the line of the Union Pacific Railway.
The promotional publication offered here is in bound in its
original illustrated tan wraps, edited by H. E. Hogue, and 52 pages in
Dimensions: 9-3/4 inches by 12-1/4 inches.
Lavishly illustrated with photographic images of prominent
residents, locales, buildings, farms, businesses and street views.
Lengthy description of the history of Eaton, churches, Eatonís
Big Flour Mill, livery barns, public schools, public library, business
firms, fraternal societies, Ex-Governor B. H. Eaton, alfalfa crops,
leading citizens, F.H. Gilcrest Lumber Company, irrigation, sheep feeding,
water and water works, fire department, Eaton Sugar Factory, Larimer
County canal, Colorado Telephone Company, and surrounding agricultural
Also adorned with local advertisements.
Condition: very good plus; exterior paper binding reinforced with
neutral pH tape; interior pages near fine.
COUNTY COLORADO: The Homeseekerís and Investorís Paradise.
in Hugo, Colorado, 1916. Printed by Carson Harper, Denver, Colorado.
Engravings by Cocks-Clark Engraving Company, Denver, Colorado.
Dimensions: 12 inches by 9-1/2 inches; 62 pages, plus 3-panel
fold-out panorama (33 inches by 8-3/4 inches) of the Town of Hugo,
Colorado at back of publication.
printed gray wrappers; string-tied binding.
Numerous captioned photographs per page, along with descriptive.
Brief of Lincoln County, Colorado, along with facts on Hugo, Limon,
Genoa, Boyero, and other towns.
Details on farming, crops, livestock, and other business
Excellent photography, possibility that of L. C. McClure.
ILLUSTRATED: Colorado Springs Homes Edition, Volume VI, No. 21, Colorado
Springs, Colo., August 18, 1900.
weekly by FACTS PUBLISHING COMPANY, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Charles S. Sprague, editor. William H. Frick and H. S. Rogers,
associates. Office: 110 North Tejon Street. Original
illustrated brown wrappers; 82 enamel-coated pages. Local and regional
advertising. Dimensions: 9-1/2 inches by 12-1/2 inches.
Condition: very good plus to near fine.
OF THE SAN LUIS VALLEY, including a History of Monte Vista and the
Surrounding Country, covering Alamosa, Antonito, Manassa, Creede, La Jara,
Del Norte, Conejos, and Center, 1906.
R. Fish, publisher.
by The Monte Vista Journal, Monte Vista, Colorado. J. E. Crooks,
photographer of Monte Vista. Half-tones by C. E. Rees and J. E.
York. Original illustrated green covers; tie-binding.
Dimensions: 12-1/8 inches by 9 inches; 86 pages. Profusely
illustrated. Local and regional advertising.
Descriptive. The Gaebel-Clark Engraving Co., Pueblo, Colo.
on every page. Local businesses and personalities covered.
Two-page Map of the San Luis Valley. History of Monte Vista.
Sheep Raising and Feeding by James A. Kelly, mayor of Monte Vista.
Climate by C. W. Russell, M.D. Real Estate In and Around Monte Vista
by J. H. Deeds. Outdoor Sports by George B. Boutwell. Colorado
Soldiers and Sailors Home. The Asiatic Tunnel Mining and Milling
Company. San Luis Brewery. Pioneer Livery and Feed
Stable. The Weiss-Chapman Drug Co. Monte Vista Hospital.
Monte Vista Creamery. The Monte Vista Electric & Gas Light
Co. Bank of Monte Vista. Monte Vista Milling and Elevator
Co. Monte Vista Journal. "Center," by T. E. Ickes.
W. E. Sumpter Drug Co. La Jara's Early History. The Colorado
Turquoise Mining Co. Alamosa. Del Norte, Colorado. The
San Juan Prospector. Del Norte Milling and Elevator Company.
Creede Concert Band. And more.
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