Lot 89 of 739:
History of Clear Creek and Boulder Valleys, Colorado 1880  

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History of Clear Creek and Boulder Valleys, Colorado



O.L. Baskin & Co.



713 pp. Profusely illustrated throughout with lithographic views and portrait plates. (4to), original half maroon morocco and pebbled cloth, stamped and lettered in gilt, all edges gilt, repaired with new endpapers. First Edition.

Contains a brief history of Colorado embracing its geological, physical and climatic features, along with its agriculture, stock growing, railroad and mining interests. Historical accounts of the Ute trouble, and histories of Gilpin, Clear Creek, Boulder and Jefferson counties. "Scarce" - Adams Herd 528; Wilcox p. 60; Wynar 594; Howes C476.

Lot Amendments

Some wear and rubbing to binding, volume a bit tight due to repairs; good amount of repair work done to contents page, other minor repairs, some with tape, interior sound with occasional light dampstaining to margins, scattered light foxing and fingersoiling; very good.

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