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Story of Estes Park and A Guide Book

by Mills, Enos A

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Denver, Colorado: Outdoor Life Books. Good with no dust jacket. 1905. First Edition. Hardcover. Green cloth boards with white imprint. Six pages of advertisements, including one for the author's Long's Peak Inn. Illustrations include a bird's-eye view with labels, altitude and mileage charts, and many black and white photographs of the scenery of the area. Tipped in is a folding map titled “Estes Park and Surrounding” from the notes of A. E. Sprague, another local hotelier and guide. Boards have light rubbing and wear with some of the white imprint worn off. Front endpaper has a ½ inch tear along the top edge and front pastedown has a tear from something previously glued to it. Spine is slightly shaken. Map is creased but otherwise in very good condition. Overall good condition. Enos A. Mills is known as The Father of Rocky Mountain National Park for his efforts to conserve the area. This rare first edition of his guide was published a decade before the establishment of the park. ; B&W Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 105 pp .


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Story of Estes Park and A Guide Book
Mills, Enos A
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Used - Good with no dust jacket
First Edition
Outdoor Life Books
Place of Publication
Denver, Colorado
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Rocky Mountains, Travel Guides, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, Enos Mills

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Located in the heart of the desert southwest Back of Beyond Books is an indie bookstore in Moab, Utah. The name of the store was drawn from one of Edward Abbey's most well-known fiction titles, The Monkey Wrench Gang. We specialize in natural history, environmental literature, southwestern guidebooks & maps, Native American books, and Western history. But we also carry a wild assortment of fiction, science, philosophy, current affairs, rare books, and generally other cool stuff.


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