Publication: Privately printed for The Northwestern Land & Iron Company, n d (ca 1909), N P Denver
First edition. 8vo. 9" x 8" pictorial sheet, folds to 9" x 4," 16 pp., illustrated from photographs, map, town plat. In this booklet you are told of the commercial importance and residential desirability of MILLIKEN; THE TOWN BEAUTIFUL In Weld County, Colorado, and of the marvelously productive irrigated section of which it is the center and which has made Colorado famous the world over for its products of field and orchard. This is a promotional pamphlet for the town of Milliken, Colorado. The folded pamphlet touches on several aspects of the town, such as her educational and agricultural potential. She is touted as being a part of the irrigated district of Northern Colorado, making it ideal for farming creating a homestead. Milliken is praised for her soil conditions, abundance of water, and a desirable truck farming district among many other topics. Also noted is her proximity to major public educational institutions, making it a wonderful locality to further one’s prospects. There is a place for postage and an address on the rear wrapper, as well as a perforated sheet (still attached) meant for inquiries about the land advertised. The railway is aggressively promoting land along their railway line for settlement. First two pages have a tiny clip to the top corners, tiny tear to the fore-edge margin of page 5 else a very good copy of an attractive Colorado land promotional booklet.
Inventory Number: 48065