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Title: The great West: a vast empire. A comprehensive history of the trans-Mississippi states and territories. Containing detailed statistics and other information in support of the movement for deep harbors on the Texas-Gulf coast /by F.L. Dana
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Dana, F. L
Subjects: United States, West — Description and travel Utah Description and travel Utah History
Publisher: Denver, Colo: Great West Publishing Co, Excelsior Printing Co.
Contributing Library: Church History Library, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Digitizing Sponsor: Corporation of the Presiding Bishop, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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l be spent in Colorado. Every public enterprise that has been undertaken in Denver since1871, has received Colonel Spragues assistance. He was one of theoriginal members of the Denver Chamber of Commerce, and of theReal Estate Exchange, in both organizations he is a valued member.He is an extensive operator in real estate and owns valuable propertyin Denver and throughout the state. He has made a specialty of loan-ing money, having control of large amounts of cash of Denver and non-resident capitalists, besides his own large fortune. Colonel Sprague was active in obtaining for Denver its first roll-ing mill, and was for a time president of that concern. He was adelegate from the Real Estate Exchange to the initial deep harbor con-vention, held at Fort Worth, Texas, in. July 1888, and subsequentlyto the Inter-State Deep Harbor Convention, held in Denver, Augustfollowing. In all enterprises affecting the interests of Colorado, wefind Col. Sprague an earnest worker and valuable advocate.
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IRA R. HOLMES,President Inter-State Town and Land Company, Denver, ColoradcSee Sketch on next page. I, R. HOLMES. THE portrait on the other side of this leaf is a life like engraving ofI. It. Holmes, President of the Inter-state Land and Town Com-pany. JIr. Holmes is one of the most active and enterprising men inthe country, being one of those indomitable spirits that one rinds onlyin the West. The company of which he is the head is an incorpora-tion with a capital of ,000,000, the officers and leading stockholdersbeing, like Mr. Holmes, men of push and energy. The company are large holders of real estate in many of the west-ern states and territories, but at present they are giving most of theirattention to their property in Ogden, Utah, which, after looking overthe whole field, they have concluded is to be the great city of the West. They have succeeded in getting very low rates to Ogden and return,and are running excursions there about every 30 days. Their initialtrip was made o
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