“A Progressive City,” 1917


Greater Trinidad, Illustrated, “A Progressive City,” 1917.


























Facts about the history and development Trinidad, Colorado.  THE OBJECT OF THIS BOOK:

“Is to give a brief resume of Trinidad’s resources, advantages and attractions.  Considerable space has been devoted to business enterprises in order to show something of the magnitude of the commerce of Trinidad of today.  The list of firms represented herein is not, nor does not purport to be, all of the representative enterprises of Trinidad.  On account of the various idiosyncrasies it is impossible to represent all of the different business houses of a city in a publication of this nature.  However, those that are written up in these columns are deeply interested in the welfare of the community of which they are a part, and furthermore, we do not believe that there is one in the list of doubtful financial standing.  The thanks of the publisher are due and most gratefully extended to those who have furnished information or contributed in any way toward making possible the compilation of this review.”






























Businesses: Strasburg’s; Trinidad Creamery Company; The Price Clothing Company; Trinidad Standard Bottling Company; The Southern Colorado Mercantile Company; Brown Livery Company; Williams & Messer Lumber Company; The A. Walker Brokerage Company; The Columbian Cigar Store; Sam Trucillo; Columbian Hotel; Kuver Bakery Company; The Cardenas; The Golden Rule Store; The F. Burkhard Saddlery & Implement Company ….



























Illustrated with photographs.




Three railroad depots in Trinidad, Colorado, 1917.

























Publication dimensions: 9-1/2 inches by 12 inches; 20 pages.

Very good condition; internally clean.

No listings in OCLC; none in Wynar.


Price: $350.00



















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