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Biennial Report for the Period Ending August 1, 1918 of the Princess Annie  Copper Mining and Developing Company

Biennial Report for the Period Ending August 1, 1918 of the Princess Annie Copper Mining and Developing Company

Condition: Very Good


Very Good. 1918. Ephemera. A prospectus and letter to a shareholder from a Pueblo Colorado mining company, in the postmarked original envelope. The four-page folded one-sheet prospectus has addition fold creases and light soil, and the envelope has soil. The folded letter on the Princess Annie letterhead, dated August 16, 1917, explains that the company will be shipping out ore imminently, as soon as some men that have promised money deliver. The prospectus, dated August 11, 1918, tells of the mine development and need for another $10,000. The postmarked envelope and letter are addressed to Mr. Richard E. Alger, of Penensula [sic], Ohio, with another Ohio address penciled on the envelope. No record of the prospectus found on OCLC. .


  • Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 011730
  • Title: Biennial Report for the Period Ending August 1, 1918 of the Princess Annie Copper Mining and Developing Company
  • Format/binding:Ephemera
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Date published: 1918
  • Bookseller catalogs: Mining;


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