NEW YEAR’S NUMBER, Volume XXVIII, Number 117, Colorado Springs, Colorado, January 1, 1906
Original illustrated gray wrappers.
Publication dimensions: 11 inches by 16 inches.
Condition: very good plus; several loose pages.
Grand Caverns of Manitou. El Paso Ice & Coal Co. The Reed Investment Company. The Grand Valley National Bank. The Alamo Hotel. F. W. Weeks, Photographer. Bruin Inn. The Granite Gold Mining Co. United States Reducti0n & Refining Company. Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway.
Articles: Colorado Springs — The City of Sunshine; Pike’s Peak and Its Discoverer; Manitou — Source of Health and Pleasure; The New Manitou and Its Improvements; Colorado Springs — City of National Homes; Montcalme Sanitarium; The Glockner Sanitorium; Colorado Springs — Ideal Residence City of America; A High Social and Club Life in Colorado Springs; Charming Suburban Retreats; The El Dorado Springs Railway Company; Substantial Buildings of a Public Nature; Realty is Reasonable in The City of Homes; El Paso County — Its Industries, Wealth and Government; Pure Water and Perfect Sanitary Conditions ….
… Competent Fire Fighters Protect The City; A Few Words from the People’s Paper — The Evening Telegraph; Colorado College, the Foremost in the West; Real Estate Exchange — An Energetic Body; Invigorating Atmosphere Stirs Sporting Blood; Winter in the Hills; Brief Story of Colorado Springs; Elks and Printers Coming to the Springs; Finest Car System in the West; Noble Organizations of Women of the City; Clean Promotion Methods; Delightful Trips Through the Hills; New Hostelries, New Caves, New Wonders in Manitou; The Fruit That Makes the Mouth Water ….
… The Sugar Plan at Grand Junction; Monte Vista, In the Sunny San Luis Valley; Merchants’ Association, “Pro Bono Publico”; Myron Stratton Home and Its Progress in 1905; Cripple Creek — The West’s Great Treasure Vault; New Ore Bodies Opened During the Year; Where Stocks Sell for What They’re Worth; Where Frenzied Finance Has No Reign; The Cripple Creek Huge Drainage Subway; Colorado City — Typical City of Mountain and Plain; Colorado City as an Industrial Center; When Colorado City was Called Eldorado; Transcontinental Stage Line in Early Sixties ….
One copy listed in OCLC; no listing in Wynar.