Early Printing in Colorado

Hardcover. Denver, CO: A.B. Hirschfeld Press, 1935, First edition, Number 146 of a limited number of 250. A scarce 8vo, 305 rough-cut pages on three sides. Cover is slightly faded and showss minor shelf wear. A book plate from the Donald Beaty Block Collection, and a signature by Jack Bell on the front pastedown, and a book plate from Jack Bell on the ffe. A biographical sketch of the Donald Beaty Clock collection is laid in. He was a professor, a well known book collector, and a book dealer who ran the Collector's Center Antiquarian Bookstores in Denver and Central City. Very Good. Item #14691

Printers follow the gold miners' trail; development of the Denver Press; Early Colorado Press, growth following the Civil War, bibliography of the Early Colorado Imprints, A Bibliography of the issues of the press, 1859 to 1876, inclusive, and a record and bibliography of Colorado territorial newspapers. Introduction by Malcolm G. Wyer.

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