COLORADO SPRINGS EVENING TELEGRAPH New Year’s Edition 1906 historic periodical

NEW YEAR’S NUMBER, Volume XXVIII, Number 117, Colorado Springs, Colorado, January 1, 1906



Special edition of The Evening Telegraph newspaper, 1906.



























Original illustrated gray wrappers.

Publication dimensions: 11 inches by 16 inches.

Condition: very good plus; several loose pages.

100 pages.




Numerous regional advertisements, including mining properties in the Cripple Creek Gold Mining District.



























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.


PRICE: $595.00












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