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    H[enry]. J[ohnson]. Hay. Colorado Poems. Illustrated wholly from White River Scenery. Denver, Colorado: Press of the Smith-Brooks Company, 1908. First edition. "Photos by C.A. Booth except where noted". Approximately 7 x 9 inches, landscape format. [32] pages with photographs on every page. There is a faint line (a minor cosmetic defect) across two of the images ("Trapper's Lake" and "Sides of the Plateau"). Stiff paper wrappers, title with large decorated initial and flower device on front cover. Wrappers with edge wear and creases, small scuff on front cover. Partially erased pencil number on title page. Pages with light edge wear and small creases. Near fine.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2016
    13th Monday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 1
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