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VERNER Z. REED
October 13, 1863 - April
unique and exceedingly historical association copy!
|TALES OF THE SUN-LAND
By Verner Z. Reed.
Illustrated by L. Maynard Dixon.
Continental Publishing Co., New York and
London, 1897, first edition. Original illustrated cloth binding; 250
W. S. Stratton, Cripple
Creek's most enigmatic gold baron, by Verner Z. Reed in his book, TALES OF THE
SUN-LAND. Also, one of L. Maynard
Dixon first illustrated books.
more intriguing, the existence of this book contradicts of the story
told on Page 212 by historian Marshall Sprague in his book, MONEY
MOUNTAIN (Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1953). Sprague reported
that after W. S. Stratton had read this specific volume he burned it in
the ash pit behind his house. Evidently the tale is apocryphal as
this book is in near fine condition, both inside and out, and enhanced
by a superb association inscription penned by Verner Reed.
Provenance for this book is documented; its previous owner lived in
This book was dedicated to Mary Dean Reed, wife of the
author. This original 1st edition includes a document issued to Verner Z.
Reed, but signed by his wife, Mary Dean Reed, on the reverse, after Verner
THE BLACK DIAMOND GOLD MINING COMPANY
Issued June 6, 1895; cancelled. Issued to Verner Z. Reed for 500 shares; signed by Reed on
the back. Signed by J.R. McKinnie as president. Early Cripple Creek gold mine absorbed by the Portland Gold
|LO - TO - KAH
By Verner Z. Reed. Illustrated by Charles Craig and L. Maynard
Dixon. Continental Publishing Company, New York and
London, 1897, first edition. Original illustrated cloth binding; 229
pages. Very good plus condition
|THE ROSE NICOL GOLD MINING COMPANY.
Issued February 12, 1900;
uncancelled. Signed by Verner Z. Reed, as president; O.H. Shoup, as
secretary. Incorporated in Colorado. Printed on certificate: "Cripple Creek Mining
By Verner Z. Reed.
Boston: Richard G. Badger & Co., 1899.
Cover design by Marion L. Peabody. Original illustrated cloth binding; 179
pages; first edition.
H. Shoup served as secretary in the Reed Investment
Company. Shoup continued as a business partner with Verner Z. Reed through
his various enterprises, including real estate, Cripple Creek mining, Colorado
Springs and Denver banking, as well as Salt Creek oil. Oliver Shoup was
elected Governor of Colorado in 1918 and served two terms.
SOUL OF PARIS AND OTHER ESSAYS
By Verner Z. Reed.
Illustrated by Ernest C. Piexotto.
New York: John Lane Company; London: John Lane - The Bodley
Head; Toronto: Bell & Cockburn, 1913, first edition. Original gold printed green cloth binding; 178 pages,
complete with 9 illustrations
Condition: very good; some edgewear; bumped corners;
occasional light soiling. Ernest P. Marsh and Verner Z. Reed served as labor
mediators for President Woodrow Wilson and his special PRESIDENT'S MEDIATION
COMMISSION*, 1917 - 1918.
*[The President's Mediation Commission
represented a partial federal response to two aspects of wartime labor policy:
1) the spreading wave of strikes which interfered with the production of goods
deemed vital to the war effort; and, 2) the growth of labor radicalism
associated with the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), which precipitated
widespread state and local repression of labor's rights. On the urging
of A.F. of L. President Samuel Gompers and of Secretary of Labor William B.
Wilson, the Commission was appointed by President Woodrow Wilson on September
19, 1917. The Commission consisted of two representatives of management, two
labor officials and Chairman William Wilson. Most important in establishing
the guidelines on which the Commission operated was Felix Frankfurter,
appointed as Commission secretary. These included the promotion of A.F. of
L.-style trade unions and industrial democracy and the elimination of
"subversive" IWW locals. Among the areas investigated by the
Commission were the copper mining areas of Arizona and Montana, the lumber
industry of the Pacific Northwest, telephone operators in San Francisco and
packinghouse workers in Chicago. The Commission's findings were subsequently
published as a special bulletin by the Dept. of Labor.]
THE MARGERY GOLD MINING COMPANY.
Issued September 23, 1899; uncancelled. Mines in the Cripple Creek Mining District.
Condition: good plus; several folds.
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