Publication: Privately printed for the Colorado Midland Railroad, 1897, N P
First edition. 8vo. 8 1/2" x 16" sheet, 8 panels, printed in red and blue, illustrated, one panel map. Map, printed in blue, shows Colorado's resorts that can be reached by the Colorado Midland Railroad, traveling eastward across the Great Divide to Colorado Springs and southward to Cripple Creek. The area from Divide to Manitou Springs is known as the Ute Pass. The panels provide views and sketches of all the towns that make up the Ute Pass, whose altitude ranges from 6,000 to 9,200 feet. General information on the Ute Pass followed by information on Cascade Canon, Pike's Peak Carriage Road, Ute Park, Woodland Park, Green Mountain Falls, and Manitou Park. The striking full-color, cover panel features a Ute Indian holding a shield with the logo of the Colorado Midland Railroad centered. Light crease to bottom corner else a fine, bright copy.
Inventory Number: 37204