Title: THE EVENING STAR, NEW YEAR'S EDITION, 1904, ...
Publisher: C. E. Wood, editor and publisher, Cripple Creek, Colorado
Publication Date: 1904
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
THE EVENING STAR, NEW YEAR'S EDITION, 1904. C. E. Wood, editor and publisher, published by the Evening Star Print. Original illustrated wrappers: gold and blue print on stiff green paper. Dimensions: 12-1/4 inches in height by 9-1/2 inches in width; 80 pages, plus 9 inserted photographic pages. Near fine condition. An intriguing pro-Mine Owner's Association and Citizens' Alliance publication -- in answer to the Cripple Creek Times special edition of 1904 (listed below), which was generally pro-Western Federation of Miners. Numerous articles in this publication include: History of Cripple Creek District; Cripple Creek Strike of 1903, Its Genesis and Meaning; Cripple Creek Drainage Tunnel; Mine Owners' Grounds for Opposition to Western Federation of Miners; Citizens' Alliance Movement; Gold Production for Year 1903; The Strike from the Union Standpoint; Gillett, the Natural Residence Town of the District; the Public Schools, Growth of a Decade; Stratton's Independence, the Great Mine; Future of the Cripple Creek District; Gold Coin and United Mines; Future of the Stock Market; Vindicator Horror: Two Good Mining Men Killed; The Story of Camp Goldfield; and many other articles. Filled with regional mining advertisements. Photographs by M. A. Wisda. Western Federation of Miners; Colorado National Guard. Only two listings in OCLC. Not in Wynar. Bookseller Inventory # 000066
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