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Denver: Black American West Museum, 1982. Illus. 60pp. Oblong 4to, black cloth, back cover lightly soiled. (Denver: Black American West Museum, 1982). A collection of writings, art, and photographs recalling the early Black American settlers in Colorado. Full-page inscription by Paul W. Stewart on front flyleaf.
New York: 1866. located in the Nevada District of the Colorado Territory, with beautifully engraved vignettes of a miner working by torchlight and a group of miners sending ore from the mine shaft to the surface by way of an bucket-brigade. Signed by the Secretary and President of the Corporation, whose main office was located in New York City. This certificate bears two uncancelled 25 cent Internal Revenue Certificate stamps applied to the certificate in their designated spaces. The stock.....
Washington, D.C. 1944. 1 page with a beige paper seal, 11.75 x 15.5 inches, Washington, D.C., August 12, 1944. In this document, Roosevelt appoints Paul W. Meyer of Colorado as a foreign service officer of class 4. Countersigned by Edward P. Stettinius Jr. as acting secretary of state. Mounted on a matte-board measuring 13.5 x 16 inches. Very good condition.