FORTUNES OF DECADE: a Graphic Recital of the Struggles of the Early Days of Cripple Creek (Colorado...

FORTUNES OF DECADE: a Graphic Recital of the Struggles of the Early Days of Cripple Creek (Colorado), Illustrated, 1900

Sargent & Rohrabacher

Published by The Evening Telegraph, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1900
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
From Colorado Artifactual (Crested Butte, CO, U.S.A.)

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THE FORTUNES OF A DECADE, Illustrated: A Graphic Recital of the Struggles of the Early Days of Cripple Creek, The Greatest Gold Camp on Earth. With Stories of Its Mines, Biographies of the Men who Made Them, with many new and hitherto unpublished Anecdotes and Incidents of their Lives. Colorado Springs: The Home of the Mining Millionaires. Written, compiled and published, under the direction of Sargent & Rohrbacher for the Evening Telegraph, Colorado Springs. Colorado. Original printed color wrappers; 132 pages. Absolutely crammed with facts and illustrations on the Cripple Creek Gold Mining District of Colorado and the personalities who shined in one of America's last great gold districts. W. S. Stratton. James F. Burns. James Doyle. Robert Womack. James J. Hagerman. Spencer Penrose. Charles L. Tutt. Charles M. MacNeill. Ed de LaVergne. Albert E. Carlton. Leslie G. Carlton. And many, many others. One of the most difficult Cripple Creek District promotional publications to find, especially in the original 1900 printing. Independence Mine. Portland Mine. Elkton Mine. Altman. Western Federation of Miners. A key research resource. Florence & Cripple Creek Railroad. Condition: front cover has missing sections with conservation repair; back cover is in very good plus condition; cover spine with conservation repair; interior pages very good plus. Bookseller Inventory # 000118

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Title: FORTUNES OF DECADE: a Graphic Recital of the...

Publisher: The Evening Telegraph, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Publication Date: 1900

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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