FARMING IN NORTHEASTERN COLORADO
Omaha, Nebraska: Passenger Department, Union Pacific Railroad Co., 1910. Pamphlet. Promotional piece describing the agricultural opportunities in northern Colorado, highlighting the Weld County towns of Cloverly, Gill, Barnesville, Fosston, Cornish, Lucerne, Galeton, Camfield, La Salle, and Dent. Also includes information on regional irrigation practices, sheep and cattle raising, dairying, social conditions, and the cost of living in Colorado.
Pamphlet (4” x 9”), consisting of 72 panels, folded vertically (as issued) and bound with two staples. Includes 19 photographic illustrations and two maps, one showing St. Vrain, Greeley-Hungerford, and Greeley-Briggsdale branches of the Union Pacific Railroad. Some minor soiling to the outer panels; otherwise very good.
Scarce, OCLC locates only three holdings: Yale, Colorado College, and University of Nebraska at Kearney. Very good. Item #75633