COLORADO SPRINGS GAZETTE & TELEGRAPH New Year’s Edition 1905 historical periodical

GAZETTE and TELEGRAPH Colorado Springs, Colorado New Year’s Number, Gazette 33rd Year, No. 8711; Telegraph Volume XXVII, No. 172; January 1, 1905.



Original special 1905 Colorado Springs, Colorado periodical, published by the Colorado Springs Gazette and Telegraph.



























Original illustrated tan wrappers with tipped-on color illustration of a Colorado columbine; 120 pages.

Periodical dimensions: 11 inches by 16 inches.

Very good plus condition.



Charles Craig painting: PIKE’S PEAK IN WINTER.



























Telegraph Job Printing, 119 E. Pike’s Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
































Example of Articles contained herein: Five Million Dollars for the Myron Stratton Home by Edward Ferris M’Kay; Words of Warm Praise for the Pike’s Peak Region; Trails and Bride Paths Lead to Spots of Beauty; Monument Peak — Bower of Beauty in Heart of City; The Colorado School for the Education of the Deaf and Blind — Only State Institution in El Paso County by G. W. Veditz; World Famous for Its Wealth, Health and Beauty; Winter Days, Shot to the Core with Sunshine; Where Old Age Comfort, the Afflicted Hope by Charles M. Carter; Here Tourists Find Pleasure and Invalids Health; Forty-Six Churches Have a Membership of 9,809; Literary Output Puts Its Brand on Veteran Cowman by Henry Russell Wray — about Andy Adams; Splendid Public School System of Colorado Springs; Tracing the Steady Progress of Colorado Springs by R. La Motte ….































Numerous regional advertisements.





























… Nursery and Reforestization Work on Pike’s Peak; Some Notable Events During the Last Twelve Months in the Life of Colorado Springs, illustrations by Geo. H. Hemus; Rapid Development of the Coal Industry in Colorado by H. C. Harmon; Forty-Nine Passengers Trains Each Day; Testing Human Blood Pressure on Pike’s Peak; Spending the Winter in the Rocky Mountain Region by Henry F. Cope; Personal Characteristics of Gen. Zebulon M. Pike; Great-Nephew of Gen. Pike a Sculptor in New York; O’er Crag and Canon to the Land of Gold; Much has Been Accomplished by the Club Women of Colorado Springs During the Last Twelve Months by Ella Celeste Adams; Lowest Death-Rate of Any City Its Size in World by Peter Oliver Hanford, M. D.; Colorado Springs the Home of Van Briggle Pottery ….




























… Picturesque Points on the Line of the Colorado Springs and Interurban Railway ….





























… Banks Have Nearly Ten Million Dollars on Deposit; Rapid Growth of Beet Sugar Industry in Colorado; The Gold Sovereign Mining and Tunnel Company; Dividends and Profits of Cripple Creek Operators; Gold Production Exceeds Twenty-Two Million Dollars; D. N. Heizer & Son; The Glockner Sanatorium; Unselfish Women Who Labor for Good of Others; An Eloquent Plea for Reclamation of the Arid West by Thomas F. Walsh ….





























… Dry and Irrigated Ranches ….





























… Remarkably Large Number of New Ore Bodies Found in the Cripple Creek District During the Last Year ….

























One copy listed on OCLC (Denver Public Library).

PRICE: $750.00




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