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    LOT OF TWO DENVER RIO GRANDE ADVERTISING PAMPHLETS 1870s-1880s. Panoramic Views along the line of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. "The Scenic Line of the World". This pamphlet folds out to a full length 50" with multi-color vignettes of scenes on the railroad line, Manitou, Royal Gorge, Marshall Pass and Glenwood Springs. Reverse side has the descriptions of these areas. Among the Mountains: a guide book to Colorado Springs and neighborhood. With period stamp: "D.& G.R.R. news Dept." 1873. Couple of route maps of the D.G.R.R. This booklet is like a business directory for the area. Many business and related facts of the area. 139 pages. 4"x 6.75". Condition is very good, with some damage to front cover.

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    November, 2007
    10th Saturday
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