BRUSH COLORADO SOUVENIR EDITION 1906 historical publication


SUGAR FACTORY: Million Dollar Sugar Factory, Brush, Colorado, November 10, 1906


BRUSH TRIBUNE, published in Brush, Colorado; special newspaper supplement, 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.




Promotional issue wherein its pages are lined with a plethora of detail and photographic illustrations.



























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.

Illustration examples: South Elevation of Danish Sanatorium and Plat of Sanatorium Grounds.


























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.





Biographies of the personalities who helped develop and lived in Brush, Colorado, 1906.



























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.





Map of Brush and Vicinity, Colorado, 1906.





































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