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This is a ninth printing (1962) of Muriel Sibell Wolle's "Stampede to Timberline: The Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of Colorado."

In her introduction Wolle, then a professor of fine arts at the University of Colorado, describes herself: "I am not a historian nor a writer but an artist gone slightly berserk." Indeed, the 544 page book is full of Wolle's lovely illustrations. And despite her protestations, the writing is lively, informative and full of personality.

Hardback. No dust jacket.
Written and illustrated by Muriel Sibell Wolle
544 pages with index
Published by Sage Books of Denver

CONDITION: Giftable. Solid with mild bumping to head and foot of spine. The back has a 1/2" band of sun fade (see photo #5). Tan boards are clean and pages are crisp and secure. A very nice copy.

Ships USPS Media Mail (approx. 5-10 days) from beautiful Portland, Oregon.

Stampede to Timberline by Muriel Sibell Wolle. 9th printing. 1962. Colorado history. Gold mining. Ghost towns.


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