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EATON, COLORADO: A Ten-Year-Old City, 1902 - H. E. Hogue, editor - 1902. 
The Eaton Herald, Eaton, Colorado 1902 - (Hogue, H. E., editor) EATON, COLORADO: A Ten-Year-Old City. Issued as a Supplement to The Eaton Herald, 1902. Special edition publication promoting the Town of Eaton as an agricultural center of Weld County, Colorado. Eaton was founded in 1892 and named for Benjamin Harrison Eaton, a pioneer in arid prairie irrigation. Benjamin Eaton served as Colorado of Colorado from 1885 through 1887. Eaton is located approximately seven miles north of Greeley near the line of the Union Pacific Railway. The promotional publication offered here is in bound in its original illustrated tan wraps, edited by H. E. Hogue, and 52 pages in length. Dimensions: 9-3/4 inches by 12-1/4 inches. Lavishly illustrated with photographic images of prominent residents, locales, buildings, farms, businesses and street views. Lengthy description of the history of Eaton, churches, Eaton¿s Big Flour Mill, livery barns, public schools, public library, business firms, fraternal societies, Ex-Governor B. H. Eaton, alfalfa crops, leading citizens, F.H. Gilcrest Lumber Company, irrigation, sheep feeding, water and water works, fire department, Eaton Sugar Factory, Larimer County canal, Colorado Telephone Company, and surrounding agricultural prospects. Also adorned with local advertisements. Condition: very good plus; exterior paper binding reinforced with neutral pH tape; interior pages near fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
[Bookseller: Colorado Artifactual]
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