SPECIAL NEWSPAPER EDITION by the BRUSH TRIBUNE
SUGAR FACTORY: Million Dollar Sugar Factory, Brush, Colorado, November 10, 1906
Original publication: illustrated red wrappers with a tipped-on printed photograph of a Brush sugar factory.
“Sugar Factory Souvenir Edition.” Brush Tribune masthead: “Colorado — with a heart of gold and a face of sunshine.”
Published November 10, 1906. Harold R. Shields, editor. Brush, Morgan County, Colorado.
Only listing of an original copy is at the DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY. Not listed in Wynar.
Publication dimensions: 11 inches by 15-3/4 inches; 32 pages.
A key historical publication for Brush and Morgan County, Colorado. Articles included: “Morgan County: The Queen of the South Platte”; “Brush, Colorado: Its Past, Present and Future”; “Present Town of Brush”; “Schools and Churches”; “General Information”; “Territory Surrounding Brush”; “Eben-Ezer — Home and Sanatorium”; “The Brush Sugar Factory”; “A Model Farm”; “The Busy Town of Hillrose”; “The Bear Valley”; “The Brush Tribune”; “Some of Our Citizens”; “U. J. Warren Company”; “The Old Reliable Hallack Lumber & Supply Company”; “The A.E. Phelps Lumber Company”; “The Stockmen’s Bank”; plus, Map of Brush and Vicinity.
Condition: very good; a number of early tape repairs removed and replaced with conservation mending; no paper or information lost, mostly of these repairs on paper margins.