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Content: Colorado Agriculture Bibliography 2005 A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Material Published 1820-1945 Subject Area: Railroads Type of Materials: Monographs Produced by the Colorado State University Libraries Copyright by Colorado State University Libraries Applies Overview This portable document file (.pdf ) is part of the Colorado Agriculture Bibliography project and includes bibliographic information on a variety of topics related to Colorado's agricultural and rural past. The topics covered in this project are varied but include agriculture, education, water, mining, tourism, recreation, and more. The bibliography contains information about but not full-text for books, journals, dissertations, theses, archival collections, maps, photos, pamphlets, and more. The Web site and bibliography reflects Colorado's contribution to the Preserving the History of United States Agriculture and Rural Life Project. This nation-wide effort aims to identify and preserve state and locally significant literature. The project involves the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Cornell University, the United States Agricultural Information Network (USAIN), the National Agricultural Library (NAL), and other land-grant universities. The records in this bibliography may cover several subject areas and are listed alphabetically by author. A searchable website of the bibliography is also available if you would like to create searches and find information on other topics. The bibliography of Colorado history project was funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The project is part of the United States Agriculture Information Network (USAIN) Preservation Program. Cornell University coordinated the grant project. 1
1. _______ (1910s). A descriptive view book in colors reproducing from actual photographs the most prominent views on the Denver and Salt Lake Railroad : (Moffat Road). Omaha, Neb.: Barkalow Bros. News Co. [61] p. 30 col. pl. ; 20 1/2 x 26 cm.Cover has mounted col. ill. and title: "'Over the Rockies to the top of the world' on the Denver & Salt Lake Railroad--Moffat Road."/ Illustrated t.p./ Descriptive letterpress on pages opposite illustrations. Denver and Salt Lake Railroad Company. Colorado -- Pictorial works. Rocky Mountains -- Pictorial works. 2. _______ (1903). The grandest views in America : along the cog road to the summit of Pike's Peak. Chicago: Poole Bros. 11 p. ill. (some col.) ; 23 x 21 cm. fold. to 23 x 11 cm."T.D.A. Cockerell, Sept. 18, 1903, revised by E.C. Schneider"-p. 10, chart. Rack-railroads -- Colorado. Manitou and Pike's Peak Railway Company. Pikes Peak (Colo.) 3. _______ (1922). Plan and agreement of reorganization of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad company, dated, January 27, 1922. S.l.: s.n.]. 33 p. ; 28 cm. Railroads -- Colorado -- Finance. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. 4. _______ (1868). Union Pacific Railroad : the great national highway between the Missouri River and California. Chicago: Horton & Leonard. 12, [6] p. map ; 22 cm."The direct route to Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Nevada, and California. Open from Omaha to the Mountains." Railroads -- Utah -- Routes. Railroads -- Colorado -- Routes. Railroads -- Idaho -- Routes. Railroads -- Montana -- Routes. Railroads -- Nevada -- Routes. Railroads -- California -- Routes. Railroads -- Nebraska -- Routes. Railroads -- West (U.S.) -- Routes. Union Pacific Railroad Company. 5. 2
_______ (1867). Union Pacific Railroad : the great National Highway between the mountains and the east. The direct route to Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, and California. Chicago: Horton & Leonard. 16 p. map ; 20 cm. Railroads -- Utah -- Routes. Railroads -- Colorado -- Routes. Railroads -- Idaho -- Routes. Railroads -- Montana -- Routes. Union Pacific Railroad Company. 6. _______ G. L. Anderson. (1936). General William J. Palmer; a decade of Colorado railroad building, 1870-1880. Colorado Springs: 172 p. illus. (map) 23 cm. Bibliography: p. 167-172.By George L. Anderson. Palmer, William Jackson, 1836-1909. Kansas Pacific Railway Company. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. 7. _______ T. Atchison and Santa Fe Railway Company. (1873). Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fй R.R. General offices. Topeka, Kan., August 30th, 1873. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad having been extended to Granada, Col., I take this method of calling your attention to the advantages offered by this new route to the shippers of Southern Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Topeka: 2 l. 21 cm. Signed M.L. Sargent, Gen'l freight agent. 8. _______ S. Bowles. (1872). Colorado revisited. S.l.: s.n. 6 p. ; 25 cm. Title from caption./ Date of publication inferred from text./ "The railroads of Colorado. The narrow gauge line and its success. The advantages of narrow gauge roads .... The new path to Mexico by the continental plateau. Colorado Springs and Manitou and their natural attractions".Editorial letter by Samuel Bowles, republished from the Springfield Republican. Narrow gauge railroads -- Colorado. Railroads -- Colorado. Denver and Rio Grande Railway Company. 9. _______ F. M. Case, Union Pacific Railroad Company and Union Pacific Railroad. (1866). Report of F.M. Case, Division Engineer, on surveys of Cache la Poudre, and South Platte routes; and other mountain passes in Colorado, made in 1864. New York: W.C. Bryant & Co. Printers. 11 p. table. 23 cm. (1862-1880)At head of title: Appendix B./ Detached from Union Pacific 3
Railroad Company. Union Pacific Railroad, report of Thomas C. Durant ... in relation to the surveys made up to the close of the year 1864. This is Appendix B to the report./ Photocopy of a copy in University of Nebraska library. ll p. on ll leaves 23 cm. Pacific railroads -- Explorations and surveys. Mountain passes -- Colorado. 10. _______ F. M. Case and Union Pacific Railroad Company. (1864). Report of F.M. Case, of surveys of Cache La Poudre & South Platte routes; and other mountain passes in Colorado. New York?: s.n. 11 p. ; 23 cm. (18621880)Caption title./ At head of title: Union Pacific Railroad./ Report dated "Omaha, Neb. T'y, Dec. 15, 1864." Pacific railroads -- Explorations and surveys. Mountain passes -- Colorado. 11. _______ G. S. Clason and Clason Map Company. (1906) Traveler's guide map of Colorado. Denver: Clason Map Co. (George Samuel)16 cm.)EnglishCategory of scale: a Constant ratio linear horizontal scale: 1140480 Coordinates-westernmost longitude: W1090000 Coordinates--easternmost longitude: W1020000Folded title: Traveler's guide to Colorado./ Relief shown by hachures./ Shows railroads with mileages, wagon roads, towns, post offices, natural features, township and range./ Indexes on verso keyed to location on map: Principal towns -- Principal mountain peaks -- Villages, railroad stations and post offices./ Includes text and list of railroads and express companies on verso./ Booklet text describes features of Colorado.Geo. S. Clason.Map. Railroads -- Colorado -- Maps. Colorado -- Maps. 12. _______ Colorado and Southern Railway. Chief Engineer's Office. (1923). The Colorado & Southern Railway Co. list of bridges, trestles & culverts. South Park Division. Denver Colo.: Chief Engineer's Office. 55 p. ; 29 cm. Ledger includes information on bridges in the Denver Terminal Division and the South Park Division (including the districts of Platte Canyon, Clear Creek, and Gunnison). Gives bridge number; kind, length, and height as of June 30, 1918; permanent kind, length and date built; remarks. Cover title./ Annotated, with entries dated after 1923./ "April 6, 1923." Railroad bridges -- Colorado -- Registers. Railroads -- Buildings and structures -- Colorado. Colorado and Southern Railway. 13. 4
_______ Colorado and Southern Railway. (1925). Standard practice circular no. 2 : renewing main and branch line bridges. S.l.: s.n.]. 3 leaves. Legend includes permanent structures, rebuilt in kind, and treated piling and untreated decks. map ; 28 cm.Caption title./ Accompanying map titled: The C. & S. Ry. Co. bridge maintenance chart, map #B.A.3.13 (dated 2-28-1921). Railroad bridges -- Colorado -- Maps. Railroads -- Buildings and structures -- Colorado. Colorado and Southern Railway. 14. _______ Colorado and Southern Railway. Chief Engineer's Office. (1923). The Colorado & Southern Railway Co. list of bridges, trestles & culverts. Northern Division. Denver Colo.: Chief Engineer's Office. 93 p. ; 29 cm. Ledger includes information on bridges in the Denver Terminal Division and the Northern Division (including the districts of Fort Collins, Wyoming, Falcon). Gives bridge number; kind, length, and height as of June 30, 1918; permanent kind, lenght and date built; remarks. Cover title./ Annotated, with entries dated after 1923./ "April 6, 1923." Railroad bridges -- Colorado -- Registers. Railroad bridges -- Wyoming -- Registers. Railroads -- Buildings and structures -- Colorado. Railroads -- Buildings and structures -- Wyoming. Colorado and Southern Railway. 15. _______ Colorado and Southern Railway. Chief Engineer's Office. (1923). The Colorado & Southern Railway Co. list of bridges, trestles & culverts. Southern Division. Denver Colo.: Chief Engineer's Office. 1 v. (unpaged) ; 29 cm. Ledger includes information on bridges in the Pueblo, Trinidad and New Mexico districts of the Southern Division. Gives bridge number; kind, length, and height as of June 30, 1918; permanent kind, lenght and date built; remarks. Cover title./ Annotated, with entries dated after 1923./ "April 6, 1923." Railroad bridges -- Colorado -- Registers. Railroad bridges -- New Mexico -- Registers. Railroads -- Buildings and structures -- Colorado. Railroads -- Buildings and structures -- New Mexico. Colorado and Southern Railway. 16. _______ Colorado and Colorado Public Utilities Commission. (1919). Laws of Colorado relating to public utilities, including the Public utilities act and the Railroad commission act. Rev. to June 1, 1919. Denver: Col. Eames Bros. State printers. 53 p. 23 cm. Pub. by the Public Utilities Commission of the state of 5
Colorado. Public utilities -- Colorado. Railroad law -- Colorado. 17. _______ Colorado and Southern Railway. (1912). The far-famed Georgetown Loop; the grandest of all one day trips. Denver: Smith-Brooks Press. [20] p. of ill. 22 cm. Railroads -- Colorado. Georgetown (Colo.) 18. _______ Colorado Midland Railway Company. (1897). The Colorado Midland Railway: Pike's Peak route, the best Rocky Mountain scenary. Denver: Colo. folder of [12] p. col. illus., map. 21 cm. Railroads -- Colorado. 19. _______ Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway. (1901). Nuggets ... Cripple Creek District Gold Fields. Colorado Springs, Colo.: Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway. 16 p. (Colorado Springs, Colo.)ill. ; 15 cm.Cover title./ "A compendium of pungent truths and merry jests." Anecdotes. Wit and humor. Satire. Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway (Colorado Springs, Colo.) Colorado Springs (Colo.) -- Railroads. Cripple Creek (Colo.) -- Railroads. 20. _______ Colorado. Railroad Commission. (1913). John J. Serry, petitioner, vs. The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Company, defendant : submitted November 26, 1912, decided April 12, 1913, finding and order of the commission. Denver: 11 p. ; 23 cm. Railroads -- Freight -- Rates -- West (U.S.) Transportation -- Fares. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company -- Rates. 21. _______ Colorado. Railroad Commissioner. (1886). First annual report of the railroad commissioner of the state of Colorado for the year ending June 30, 1885. Denver: Col. Collier & Cleveland lith. Co. State printers. 702 p. incl. tables. 24 cm. Railroads -- Colorado. 6
22. _______ Colorado. Railroad Commissioner. (1893). Biennial report : Railroad Commissioner of the State of Colorado for the years 1891 and 1892. Denver: Smith-Brooks Print. Co. State Printers. 27 p. ; 24 cm. Includes tables. Railroads -- Colorado. 23. _______ J. M. Crum. (1940s). Three little lines: Silverton Railroad, Silverton, Gladstone and Northerly Railroad, Silverton Northern Railroad. Durango: Colo.? 34 p. map. 23 cm. At head of title: Rails among the peaks./ "Reprinted from Railway & Locomotive Historical Society Bulletin, No. 74." Railroads -- Colorado -- San Juan County. 24. _______ Denver and Southwestern Railway Company. (1897). Articles of Incorporation of the Denver & Southwestern Ry. Colorado Springs: Colo. 10 p. ; 23 cm. Title penned on cover. Railroads -- Colorado. Denver and Southwestern Railway Company. 25. _______ Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. Office of Chief Engineer. (1920). Condensed profile of the D.& R.G.R.R. System. Denver, Colo.: The Company. 33 leaves. maps ; 22 x 36 cm."Jan. 1st 1920."/ Photocopy./ Title from cover.Office of Chief Engineer. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. 26. _______ U. Denver and Pacific Railroad Company of Colorado. (1881). Prospectus of the Denver, Utah, and Pacific Railroad Company of Colorado. S.l.: The Company. 20 p. map ; 24 cm. Railroads -- Colorado. Railroads -- Utah. Railroads -- Nevada. Railroads -- California. Denver, Utah, and Pacific Railroad Company of Colorado. 27. _______ L. Denver and Gunnison Railway Company. (1894). Bridges, buildings and other structures. Denver: Colo. C.J. Kelly. 92 p. ; 18 cm. "November 1,1894."Denver, Leadville, and Gunnison Railway Company. Railroad bridges -- Colorado. Railroads -- Buildings and structures -- Colorado. Denver, Leadville, and Gunnison Railway Company. 28. 7
_______ Denver and Rio Grande Railway Company. (1881). Prospectus. S.l.: The Railway. 5 p. ; 34 cm. Railroads -- Colorado -- Finance. Denver and Rio Grande Railway Company -- Finance. 29. _______ Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. (1887). Tourists' hand book descriptive of Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. New York: Press of American Bank Note Company]. 3 p. l., [5]-56 p. front. (fold. map) illus. 23 cm. Includes advertising matter.Pub. under the auspices of the Passenger Department of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. 30. _______ Denver Society of civil engineers. (1886). Narrow gauge railways of Colorado. S.l.: Denver Society of Civil Engineers. p. 52-64. map ; 23 cm.Prepared for annual convention of American Society of Civil Engineers, 1886. Narrow gauge railroads -- Colorado. 31. _______ T. C. Durant, J. A. Evans, F. M. Case, S. B. Reed and Union Pacific Railroad Company. (1866). Union Pacific railroad. Report of Thomas C. Durant, vice-president and general manager, to the Board of Directors, in relation to the surveys made up to the close of the year 1864. New York: W.C. Bryant & Co. printers. 1 p. l., 8, 24, 11, 15 p. plates, fold. maps. 23 cm. Appendix: A. Report of James A. Evans, division engineer, of exploration from Camp Walbach to Green River, made in 1864.--B. Report of F.M. Case, division engineer, on surveys of Cache La Poudre and South Platte routes; and other mountain passes in Colorado, made in 1864.--C. Report of Samuel B. Reed, division engineer, on surveys and explorations from Green River to Great Salt Lake City, made in 1864. Pacific railroads -- Explorations and surveys. 32. _______ L. H. Eicholtz. (1866-1885). Union Pacific Railway entries in diaries of Colonel L.H. Eicholtz, 1866-1885. 1 v. ; 29 cm. Caption title./ Reproduction: Photocopy,/ 1966, of entries from diaries in the University of Wyoming Library. Engineers -- Colorado -- Manuscripts. Railroad engineers -- Colorado -- Manuscripts. Railroads -- Colorado -- Manuscripts. Eicholtz, Leonard H. Kansas Pacific Railway Company. Union Pacific Railroad Company. 33. 8
_______ J. Evans, Denver and New Orleans Railroad Company. (1882). Statement regarding the Denver and New Orleans R.R. : its important connections, progress of construction, business prospects, stock, bonds, etc., made May 20th, 1882. New York: E. Wells Sackett & Rankin. 8 p., [1] folded leaf of plates. 1 col. map ; 23 cm.Title from cover./ "Very respectfully submitted, John Evans, President"--P. 6./ "Illustrated with a map of the United States, showing the extent of the new north-west, and its shortest and most direct practicable railroad route to Atlantic tide-water."[John Evans]. Denver and New Orleans Railroad Company. 34. _______ Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad Company. (1894). The Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad : only all rail route to the great Cripple Creek gold camp : connects at Florence with all Denver & Rio Grande trains. Denver: News Print. [8] p. ill., 1 map ; 39 x 45 cm. issued folded to 20 x 10 cm.Title from cover./ "September 1894." Railroads -- Colorado -- Victor. Narrow gauge railroads -- Colorado -- Timetables. Railroads -- Colorado -- Cripple Creek. Railroads -- Colorado -- Florence. Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad Company. 35. _______ Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Company. (1899). The Ft. Worth and Denver City Railway Co. : charter; mortgage; supplemental mortgage; equipment trust mortgage; the Ft. Worth Terminal Co., mortgage; the Ft. Worth Terminal Co., lease; reorganization agreements, etc.; order United States Circuit Court, Colorado. Denver: Smith-Brooks Printing. 188 p. in various pagings ; 24 cm. Railroads -- Texas. Railroads -- Colorado. Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Company. 36. _______ Gilpin, Clear Creek District Railway Company and Hall construction company. (1905). Prospectus for underwriting $475,000.00 first mortgage thirty year gold bonds of the Gilpin and Clear Creek District Railway Co. S.l.: s.n. 1 folded sheet ([4] p.) ; 31 cm. + 1 map (attached to p. [3]). Includes engineer's report by Hall Construction Company. Title from caption./ Date of publication inferred from date of issue of bonds p. [1]. Railroads -- Colorado -- Gilpin County. Gilpin and Clear Creek District Railway Company. Gilpin and Clear Creek District Railway Company -- Maps. 37. 9
_______ R. A. Hall, Gilpin, Clear Creek District Railway and Hall Construction Company. (1907). The object of building the Gilpin and Clear Creek District Railway. 5 leaves ; 36 cm. Prospectus on building a new, standard gauge, railroad from Denver to Salt Lake City to service Gilpin County, including mining towns such as Central City, Black Hawk, Nevadaville, and Russell Gulch. Construction contract awarded to Hall Construction Company. Title from caption./ Bound at top edge./ Carbon copy./ Signed by R.A. Hall, President, The Hall Construction Company.[R.A. Hall]. Railroads -- Colorado -- Gilpin County. Gilpin and Clear Creek District Railway. Hall Construction Company. 38. _______ C. Harmon, Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. (1910). Heart of the Rockies in in all of its grandeur. Denver: Published .. by The Williamson-Haffner Company. [2] p., [22] leaves of plates. chiefly col. ill., map ; 25 x 30 cm.Cover title: Heart of the Rockies in Colorado./ "The twenty-five [sic] views of the Rocky Mountains contained in this beautiful album are reproductions of paintings by the celebrated landscape artist, Charles Harmon. For sale only en route over the Denver & Rio Grande R.R., the scenic route of the world"/ "'Exclusive book' Van Noy News Company, Denver, Colorado". Rocky Mountains -- Pictorial works. Colorado -- Pictorial works. 39. _______ J. G. Hiestand. (1905). Views on the Pike's Peak Cog Road. Manitou, CO: J.G. Hiestand. [26] p. 23 plates (incl. double plate) ; 18 x 26 cm.Cover title: Pike's Peak Cog Road views./ Plates are mounted photographs, with over-printed descriptive titles./ Illustrated (color) wrappers.[J.G. Hiestand] ; engraved and printed by the Williams-Haffner Engraving Company, Denver, Colorado. Rack-railroads -- Colorado -- Pictorial works. Mountain railroads -- Colorado -- Pictorial works. Cog Road, Pike's Peak. 40. _______ J. G. Hiestand. (1903). Summit of Pike's Peak, via the Cog Road. Denver: The Williamson-Haffner Eng. Co. [12] p. all ill. ; 17 x 21 cm.Cover title.J.G. Hiestand, publisher. Rack-railroads -- Colorado -- Pictorial works. Mountain railroads -- Colorado -- Pictorial works. Pikes Peak (Colo.) 41. 10
_______ Hitchcock and I. Tinkler. (1927). The Contractors' story of the Moffat Tunnel : (not an engineering treatise). Denver: Hitchcock and Tinkler. 59 p. ill. ; 32 cm.by Hitchcock and Tinkler, Inc., contractors. Railroad tunnels -- Colorado. Denver and Salt Lake Railroad Company. Moffat Tunnel (Colo.) 42. _______ W. E. Hook. (1904). The Views that made Colorado famous : Colorado Springs and vicinity. Colorado Springs, Colo.: W.E. Hook View Book and Stationery Co. [3] p., [30] leaves of plates. ill. ; 18 x 26 cm.Album of black and white photographs mounted on black paper./ Includes scenes of Pike's Peak cog road.These views, without an exception, were photographed by the old-time Rocky Mountain photographer, William E. Hook. Rack-railroads -- Colorado -- Pikes Peak. Colorado Springs (Colo.) -- Pictorial works. Colorado -- Pictorial works. 43. _______ W. E. Hook. (1904). The views that made Colorado famous : Colorado Springs and vicinity. Colorado Springs, Colo.: W.E. Hook View Book and Stationery Co. [63] p. Includes scenes of Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Royal Gorge, Manitou Springs, Pike's Peak cog road, and Cave of the Winds. (William Edward)ill. ; 18 x 26 cm.Black and white ill. mounted on black paper ; ill. and captions on alternating pages.These views, without an exception, were photographed by the old-time Rocky Mountain photographer, William E. Hook. Rack-railroads -- Colorado -- Pikes Peak. Colorado Springs Region (Colo.) -- Pictorial works. 44. _______ I. Howbert, E. F. Hyde, Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway and Central Trust Company of New York. (1900). First mortgage of the Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek District Railway Company. New York?: s.n. 22 p. ; 23 cm. Cover title./ Signed by Irving Howbert, president of the Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway, and E. Francis Hyde, second vice-president of the Central Trust Company of New York./ Filed for record in Feb. and March of 1900. Railroads -- Colorado. Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway -- Finance. William H. Brown Collection. 45. _______ M. E. Hoyt. (1930-1949?). Captain Edward L. Berthoud. Golden, Colo.?: n.p. 3 p. ; 29 cm. Railroads -- Colorado -- Biography. Berthoud, Edward L. 11
46. _______ M. E. Hoyt. (1940). Biography: Capt. Edward L. Berthoud. Golden, Colo.?: n.p. 5 p. ; 29 cm. A blueline portrait of Edw. L. Berthoud enclosed on p. 5.by Mary E. Hoyt, 1940. Railroads -- Colorado -- Biography. Berthoud, Edward L. 47. _______ C. J. Hughes. (1902). Response of Charles J. Hughes, Jr., at Denver real estate Exchange banquet, Nov. 17, 1902, to the toast, "The benefits that will result to Colorado and Denver from the building of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railway, known as the Moffat Road." Denver Colo.: W.F. Robinson. 12 p. ; 23 cm. (Charles James). Railroads -- Colorado. Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railway. 48. _______ W. S. Jackson and Western Colorado Railway Association. (1884). Record of proceedings of a meeting of the Western Colorado Railway Association, held at the Commissioner's office, Denver, Colo., April 10th, 1884. Denver, Colo.: The Association. p. [21]-59 ; 23 cm. Record of proceedings of a meeting of the Western Colorado Railway Association, held at the Commissioner's office, Denver, Colo., April 10th, 1884 -- Record of proceedings of a meeting of the Freight Department, held at the Commissioner's office, Denver, Colo., April 10th, 1884 -- Freight circulars -- Passenger circulars -Miscellaneous agreements relative to passenger rates -- Proceedings of a meeting of the Western Colorado Railway Association, Passenger Department, held at the Commissioner's office, Denver, Colo., June 9th, 1884.Title from caption./ "Personal" stamped at head of title ; "No. 27" ; signed "W.S. Jackson." Railroads -- Fares. Railroads -- Freight -- Rates. Western Colorado Railway Association. 49. _______ J. C. James. (1938). Biography: Capt. Edward Louis Berthoud : pioneer, scientist, author. Golden, Colo.?: n.p. 5 p. ; 29 cm. A biography of the brother of a founder of Chi Psi fraternity by a member of Psi Delta fraternity.J. Colin James, Jr., Psi Delta '38. Railroads -- Colorado -- Biography. Chi Psi Fraternity -- Biography. Berthoud, Edward L. 50. _______ A. C. Kalmbach. (1943, (c)1942). Colorado railroads. Milwaukee: Kalmbach Pub. Co. [2] p. 41 illus. on 22 plates. Caption title./ Illustrated cover./ Plastic binding. 12
Railroads -- Colorado -- Trains. Railroads -- Pictorial works. 51. _______ W. H. Kellogg, W. E. R. C. Colorado, F. C. Callaway and M. G. Hornblower. (1923). Colorado, Wyoming & Eastern Railway Company plan and agreement of reorganization. New York: Colorado Wyoming & Eastern Railway Company. 21 p. ; 28 cm. Plan to reorganize the railway, in receivership since 1921./ Cover title./ "Callaway, Fish & Company, reorganization managers. Hornblower, Miller & Garrison, counsel. Address all communications to Winthrop H. Kellogg, secretary."/ "Dated March 1, 1923." Railroads -- Wyoming. Railroads -- Colorado. Colorado, Wyoming & Eastern Railway Company -- Reorganization. William H. Brown Collection. 52. _______ G. J. Kindel. (1927). Open letter to President Coolidge, the Interstate commerce commission, members of the Congress, and to Governors of the inter-mountain states against the iniquitous intermountain freight rates. Denver: Colo. [Bradford-Robinson]. 12 p. illus., map, tables, charts. (4to). Cover title./ Cartoon on cover: "Let George do it!"/ Includes also Kindel's brochure on letter to the President, and Supplement to Kindel's brochure. Railroads -- Freight -- Rates. Railroads -- Colorado. Railroads -- Freight. Coloradoana. 53. _______ G. J. Kindel. (1896). Kindel's A.B.C. on discriminative freight rates. Denver: G.J. Kindel. 64 p. ill. ; 22 cm."August 1896."Geo. J. Kindel. Freight and freightage -- Rates -- Colorado. Railroads -- Freight -- Rates -- Colorado. 54. _______ A. Langrand, Denver and Rio Grande Railway Company. (1881). Notice : wanted immediately, for a term of at least two years for the Denver & Rio Grande Railway Co., of Colorado. Colorado Springs, Colo.: Denver & Rio Grande Railway Co. [4] p. ; 28 cm. An advertisement for priests, surgeons engineers, cooks and railroad construction workers for work in building the railroad in Colorado. Caption title./ At head of title: Confidential- this notice is sent only to the members of the Clergy and must not be published in any paper./ Type signed and dated at end: A. Langrand, agent, Office Denver & Rio Grande Railway Company, Colorado Springs, (Colorado), July 15th, 1881. Railroads -- Colorado -- Design and construction. 13
Railroad construction workers -- Colorado. Denver and Rio Grande Railway Company. 55. _______ Manitou and Pike's Peak Railway. (1900-1981?). Pike's Peak by rail : cog wheel route. Manitou, Colo.: Manitou and Pike's Peak Railway. 16 p. ill. ; 15 cm.Cover title. Railroads -- Colorado -- Pikes Peak. Pikes Peak (Colo.) 56. _______ Manitou and Pike's Peak Railway Company. (1900-1910?). Pikes Peak via world famous cog wheel route. Manitou Springs, Col.?: Manitou and Pike's Peak Railway Company. [14] p. chiefly ill. ; 22 cm.Cover title. Rack-railroads -- Colorado -- Pikes Peak. Mountain railroads -- Colorado -- Pikes Peak. Manitou and Pike's Peak Railway Company. Pikes Peak (Colo.) 57. _______ W. McCarthy and Denver Real Estate Exchange. (1940). What the Rio Grande means to Colorado. Denver CO: [Denver Real Estate Exchange]. 9p. ; 23cm. Cover title.address by Wilson McCarthy, trustee, Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. Railroads -- Colorado. Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. 58. _______ W. J. Palmer, W. A. Bell and Colonies of Colorado. (1874). The westward current of population in the United States. London: Chapman and Hall Labour News Office. 70 p. 22 cm. by William J. Palmer. Also, A paper on the colonies of Colorado in their relations to English enterprise and settlement, by William A. Bell. Railroads -- West (U.S.) West (U.S.) -- Population. West (U.S.) -- natural resources. Colorado. New Mexico. 59. _______ Paret & Beard Engineers. (1911). Report on the Uncompahgre & Gunnison Valley railroad project : Montrose and Delta Counties, Colo. 80 leaves, [8] leaves of plates. 1 col. map ; 28 cm.Includes index./ Report of project to construct an electric railroad from Montrose, Colorado, via Delta, to the Widney Coal lands north of Cedaredge with a branch to Olathe, and also a power plant and transmission system to supply the power and lighting market of the 14
area./ Typescript.Paret & Beard Engineers. Railroads -- Colorado -- Montrose. Railroads -- Colorado -- Delta. Power-plants -- Colorado -- Montrose. Power-plants -- Colorado -- Delta. 60. _______ Pike's Peak Railway and Improvement Company. (1883). A statement concerning the Pikes Peak Railway and Improvement Company of El Paso County Colorado. Colorado Springs, Colo.: Daily Republic Printing House. 8 columns ; 22 x 36 cm. folded to 22 x 9 cm. Panel title./ Reproduction: Photocopy. Railroads -- Colorado -- El Paso County -- Finance. Pike's Peak Railway and Improvement Company -- Finance. 61. _______ Pueblo, Arkansas Valley Railroad Company, Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company. (1884). The Pueblo and Arkansas Valley Railroad Company, second mortgage : Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company, trustee : dated July 1, 1884. Boston, MAss.: s.n. [5] leaves ; 40 cm. Endorsement title./ Later became part of the Santa Fe. Railroads -- Colorado -- Finance. Pueblo and Arkansas Valley Railroad Company. 62. _______ J. W. Reagan, E. H. Burdick and Durango Exchange. (1916). Report of resources and other data of the San Juan basin in Colorado, Utah and New Mexico [and Supplementary report ... by E.H. Burdick]. Durango Durango Exchange: 67 leaves tables. (Firm)Leaves 53-67 comprise the suppl., with special t.p./ A report made for the Durango Exchange, "the business men's organisation of the San Juan basin", as a result of dissatisfaction with the Denver & Rio Grande Western railroad; the report considers railroad development between Durango and the Stanta Fe railroad near Gallup. Railroads -- Colorado -- San Juan County. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. 63. _______ S. T. Sopris. (1908). Denver's first railroad : how and why we celebrated June 24th, 1870. Denver: [s.n.]. 11p. illus. ; 26cm.Excerpt from: The Trail, vol. 1, no. 2, July 1908. Railroads -- Colorado -- Denver. Denver Pacific Railway. 64. _______ F. Trumbull, D. Union Pacific and Gulf Railway Company. (1897). Report of Frank Trumbull, receiver, concerning the administration of The Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railway for the year 1897. s.l.: s.n. 38 p. ; 24 15
cm. Cover title. Railroads -- Colorado. Union Pacific, Denver, and Gulf Railway Company. 65. _______ F. Trumbull, American Loan, Trust Company, Central Trust Company of New York, American Trust Company, D. Union Pacific and Gulf Railway Company. (1895). Report of Frank Trumbull, receiver, concerning joint-track conference with the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Company. S.l.: s.n. C.J. Kelly). 38 p. ; 24 cm. Cover title./ At head of title: In the Circuit Court of the United States within and for the District of Colorado. The American Loan & Trust Company, trustee, complainant, vs. the Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railway Company, the Mercantile Trust Company, trustee, F. Gordon Dexter, trustee, and the Central Trust Company, trustee, defendants, no. 3158.Frank Trumbull. Railroads -- Colorado. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. Union Pacific, Denver, and Gulf Railway Company. 66. _______ Union Pacific Railroad Company. (1907). Union Pacific Railroad Co. (lines east of Green River) schedule of pay for train and yard men : in effect April 1st, 1907. Omaha?: s.n. 15 p. ; 16 cm. Union Pacific Railroad Company -- Employees. William H. Brown Collection. 67. _______ Union Pacific Railroad Company. (1868). Union Pacific Rail Road: the great national highway between the Missouri River and California. The direct route to Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Nevada, and California. Open from Omaha to the mountains. Chicago: Horton & Leonard printers. 13 [2] p. 23 cm. (1862-1880)Map on p.4 of cover./ Cover-title: Omaha to the mountains. The Union Pacific Rail Road ... Union Pacific Railroad Company (1862-1880) 68. _______ Union Pacific Railroad Company. (1868). Union Pacific Railroad: the great national highway between the Missouri River and California. The direct route to Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Nevada, and California. Open from Omaha to the mountains. Chicago: Horton & Leonard printers. 12 [4] p. 23 cm. (1862-1880)Map on p.4 of cover./ Cover-title: Omaha to California. Union Pacific Railroad .../ Not to be confused with another issue of the same year with the same paging. Union Pacific Railroad Company (1862-1880) 69. 16
_______ Union Pacific Railroad Company. (1868). Union Pacific Rail Road: the great national highway between the Missouri River and California. The direct route to Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Nevada, and California. Open from Omaha to the mountains. Chicago: Horton & Leonard printers. 12 [2] p. 23 cm. (1862-1880)Map on p.4 of cover./ Cover-title: Omaha to the mountains. Union Pacific Railroad .../ Not to be confused with other issues of the same year. Union Pacific Railroad Company (1862-1880) 70. _______ Union Pacific Railroad Company. (1868). Union Pacific Rail Road: the great national highway between the Missouri River and California. The direct route to Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Nevada, and California. Open from Omaha to the mountains. Chicago: Horton & Leonard printers. 12 [4] p. 23 cm. (1862-1880)Map on p.4 of cover./ Cover-title: Omaha to California. Union Pacific Railroad ... Union Pacific Railroad Company (1862-1880) 71. _______ Union Pacific Railroad Company. (1867). Union Pacific R.R. the great national highway between the mountains and the east. The direct route to Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Nevada and California. Open from Omaha to North Platte. Omaha: Omaha Herald Book and Job Printing Establishment. 15 pp., 1 map. 12mo. Railways, United States : Individual. 72. _______ E. D. Union Pacific Railway. (1860-1869?). Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division : new route by steamer and railway to Lawrence and all central, southern and western Kansas, New Mexico and Colorado. S.l.: s.n. Sage). 1 folded sheet ([10] p.). 1 map ; 14 cm.Cover title./ Map on verso of sheet. Union Pacific Railroad Company. 73. _______ E. O. Wolcott, A. Adams, H. M. Teller, G. Coppell, Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. (1887). Addresses delivered at a complimentary banquet, given by the citizens of Aspen, Colo., to the officials of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, on the evening of November 1, 1887. S.l.: s.n.] News Print. Co.). (1848-1905)(1830-1914)Address of Hon. H.L. Harding, Mayor of Aspen -- Address of Hon. E.O. Wolcott -- Address of Governor Alva Adams -Address of Hon. H.M. Teller -- Dispatch from George Coppell, Chairman Board of Directors. Railroads -- Colorado -- Aspen. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company. Aspen (Colo.) 17
74. _______ Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Colorado. (1936). Bridges. S.l.: s.n. 1 v. (various pagings). Typescript. Bridges -- Colorado. Railroad bridges -- Colorado. 75. _______ J. C. Yancey and Association of American Railroads. Freight Container Bureau. (1940). Report on the origin and operation of the Colorado peach marketing agreement. New York: Association of American Railroads Freight Container Bureau. 1 v. 28 cm. Peach -- Trade and statistics -- United States -- Colorado. 18

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