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Colorado Springs Author Bibliographies

John J. Lipsey and/or  Julia Lipsey

Alias Diamond Jack by John J. Lipsey. Privately Printed For the author in Colorado Springs, CO, 1956. 200 copies, numbered and signed by the author, in stapled grey wraps with red titling. 19 pages;  first published in the 1955 Denver Westerners Brand Book.

Travelers First Class In Colorado (1868-1907).  by Julia F. Lipsey and John J. Lipsey.
Colorado Springs. J.J. Lipsey Western Books. 1957 (Private Printing), limited to 300 signed, numbered copies.
16p, pamphlet bound in wraps.

General Palmer’s Half Brother-in-Law, Chase Mellen: His Colorado Adventures (1871-1881) by John J. Lipsey. Privately printed for the author.1958. Limited Edition of 300 copies, signed by author; 16pp, stapled wraps.

The Salt Works in Colorado's South Park. by John J. Lipsey. Colorado Springs, J. J. Lipsey Western Books, 1959.  Limited to 400 signed and numbered copies, bound in grey wraps, red titling, 22 pages, with photos in text.

Governor Hunt of Colorado Territory.  His Life and Familyby Julia (F.) Lipsey. Colorado Springs.  J.J. Lipsey Western Books. 1960 (Private Printing), limited to 400 signed, numbered copies.  24p, pamphlet bound in wraps.

The War of the Gauges – For the Narrow-Gauge Railway: General William J. Palmer (as told to Samuel Bowles in 1871); For the Standard-Gauge Railway: Lorenzo M. Johnson (in 1878). Limited Edition of 500, signed and numbered by the author; 30pp., tan, stapled wraps.

Comic Supplement: Four Short Pieces About Colorado's History.  by John J. Lipsey.  Privately Printed by J.J. Lipsey Western Books, Colorado Springs, CO. 1963.  Limited to 400 numbered and signed copies; grey, stapled wraps, Octavo, 20 pages.  reprinted from Denver Westerner's Brand Book for 1962.

The Lives of James John Hagerman- Builder of the Colorado Midland Railway. (Denver) Golden Bell Press, 1968. Limited First Edition of 497, signed and numbered copies, which also include a stock certificate from Isabella Gold Mining Company of Cripple Creek, Colorado. 281pp. Hard Cover.  Also reprinted without the map.

updated 3/31/07  -  incomplete.  work in progress.