DescriptionNolie Mumey. History of the Early Settlements of Denver (1599-1860) With Reproductions of the First City Directory, the 1859 Map, the First Issue of the Rocky Mountain News and the Rare Cherry Creek Pioneer. Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1942. Octavo. 213 pages. Edition limited to five hundred signed copies, of which this is number 188 and signed by the author on the limitation page. Two folded facsimile newspapers, folded map, and facsimile copy of Denver City and Auraria, the Commercial Emporium of the Pike's Peak Gold Regions, in 1859, in pocket at front. Title page in red and black. Frontispiece and numerous in-text illustrations. Cloth backed boards with pictorial title label on front cover and title on spine. In original striped glassine dust wrapper. Rear board with small lower edge bumps, minor soiling to cloth. Minor soiling to title page. Glassine wrapper with light fold and edge wear, small tears. Overall a near fine copy.
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