Publication: Privately printed, 1901, Colorado Springs
5" x 7 1/2" oblong in color pictorial wrappers. 48 pp., frontispiece, maps, illustrations. Produced for the Pam-American Exposition in Buffalo, 1901. Overview of all mining companies to include The Portland, Stratton's Independence, Elkton, Mary McKinney, Strong, The Vindicator, The Gold King, The Isabella, Gold Coin Mining and Leasing Company, Consolidate Mines Company, Doctor Jack Pot Consolidated Mining Company, New Zealand Consolidated Mining Company, Mabel M. Consolidated Mining Company, Damon Gold Mining Company, Battle Mountain Consolidated Gold Mining Company, the Morning Glory Mining and Leasing Company, Columbine-Victor Deep Mining and Tunnel Company, Mount Rosa Mining, Milling and Land Company, Cameron Mines, Land and Tunnel Company, Cripple Creek Gold Exploration Company, Robinson-Victor Mine, Beacon Hill Mining and Townsite Company, South Gold Coin Mining Company, Montrose Gold Mining Company, Victor Mines and Land Company, E. F. C. Mining and Milling Company, Elsmere Mining and Leasing Company, Economic Gold Extraction Company, the Teller County Mining Supply Company, the L. D. Arthur Lumber Company, Pike's Peak Power Company, etc. Numerous photographs to include the Gold Coin Shaft House, the interior of Gold Coin Mine, properties of the Consolidated Mines Company, the mines of the Doctor Jack Pot Consolidated Mining Company, the New Zealand Consolidated Mining Company, Mabel M. Consolidated Mining Company, the Uinta Tunnel, Victor Colorado, Cameron Colorado, Robinson-Victor Mine, shift workers waiting to go down into the mine, interior views of the barrel room, the roasters, the laboratory, the Teller County Mining Supply Company, the L. D. Arthur Lumber Company, the town of Gillett, the Gold Coin Club, viewpoint from Point Sublime, the Mining Stock Exchange in Colorado Springs, etc. Map Showing the Location of Mining and Industrial Properties in the Cripple Creek District and Vicinity. Geological map of the Cripple Creek district. Overviews of the gold mining industry in the Cripple Creek area, as well as an overview of the mines department. Catalog of mineral specimens that will be on display at the Colorado Exhibit at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, 1901. Fine, bright copy. A very complete overview of the mining companies.
Inventory Number: 42336