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Colorado Geological Survey First Report, 1908, with accompanying papers. HARDBACK, brown cloth, 9x6”, 243 pages, 4 folded maps (on 6 sheets) in pocket, 22 plates in text. Index. Pocket maps are on a total of SIX sheets (two each for Tungsten area and Montezuma district, topo and geologic). Good (Text in good / very good condition. Pocket plates good, but with light foxing) - $21
Colorado Bulletins 1 and 2 (issued in this format, together) : 1910. HARDBACK, brown cloth, 9x6”, 78 pages + 111 pages = 189 pages total plus plates (folded and bound-in, but without page numbers).
Colorado Bulletins 4 and 5 (issued in this format, bound together). HARDBACK, brown cloth, 418 pages plus 7 pocket plates (total).
Colorado Bulletin 5 Parts 1 and 2 (bound together with staples and cloth tape). Very Good condition with some tanning. I do not see a date printed on the title page, so it may be missing the original outer cover and title page. Nice as is. $16
Contents of above bound set.
Colorado Bulletin 13 : 1917 : Geology and ore deposits of the Platoro-Summitville mining district, Colorado. By Horace B. Patton. 122p., 40 plates (3 in pocket), 2 figures. Includes (among more) Summitville district, Aztec mine, Bobtail mine, Little Annie mine, Golconda tunnel, Platoro district, Mammoth group and more, Gilmore district, Klondyke mountain, Stunner and Jasper districts, Eurydice mine, Pass-me-by mine, Asiatic mine, Perry mine, Miser mine, Guadaloupe mine. Includes a list of mining claims. Summit Peak, Conejos Peak, Lookout Mountain, Sheep’s Head, Elephant Mountain, Cropsy Creek, Alum Creek, Cropsy Peak, South Mountain, more. This is the mountain area between Pagosa Springs and Monte Vista and Alamosa and Del Norte. SCARCE.
Colorado Bulletin 38 : 1976 : Guidelines and methods for detailed snow avalanche hazard investigations in Colorado. By. Arthur I. Mears. 11x8.5”, 125p., illus. Very Good. $10
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Colorado Environmental Geology 1 : 1972 : Geologic aspects, soils and related foundation problems, Denver Metropolitan area, Colorado. By Judith L. Hamilton and Willard G. Owens. 2 sheets plus 20 pages of text. $10
Colorado Environmental Geology 4 : 1973: Reconnaissance engineering geology report for planning district 9, State of Colorado. Plate is dated 1973, publication doesn’t have a date but from plate and bibliography, it must be 1973-1975. Softcover 11x8.5”, comb-bound, 36p., 9 figures, 1 plate in pocket. This report covers the Southwest corner of Colorado, Dolores county, San Juan county, Montezuma county, La Plata county, Archuleta county. $20
Colorado Environmental Geology 9 : 1975 : Ground subsidence and land-use considerations over coal mines in the Boulder – Weld coal field, Colorado. 6 large folded plates in an envelope. I believe this is the complete report, but I cannot find a good citation to verify that. (VG. Plates are in excellent condition. Envelope is generic and tattered, you may wish to replace. $12
Colorado Environmental Geology 10 : 1976 : Geologic hazards, geomorphic features, and land-use implications in the area of the 1976 Big Thompson flood, Larimer county, Colorado. By James M. Soule, William P. Rogers, and David C. Shelton. 4 large folded sheets in a printed envelope. SCARCE. (Plates VG. Envelope has tape and owner's filing notes in pencil). $24
Colorado Information Series 27 : 1989 : History of the Colorado Geological Survey (1872-1988). By John W. Rold and Stephen D. Schwochow. 14p., 8 illus. $1
Colorado Map Series 1 : 1975 : Geologic, Energy and Mineral Resources maps of Routt county, Colorado. By A. E. Miller of William A. Bowes and Associates. Scale 1:126,720. TWO sheets in envelope, one is color. (Envelope edges have some wear, especially upper edge, maps inside in very good condition) $10
Colorado Map Series 3 : 1977 : Geology of Moffat County, Colorado. By Allan E. Miller. Scale 1:126,720. One color sheet. $18
Colorado Map Series 4 : 1975 : Geologic hazards map, Dolores, Montezuma county, Colorado. By James M. Soule. 1 sheet, 1:10,000. $1
Colorado Resource Series 15 : 1981 : Geothermal resource assessment of Ouray, Colorado. By Ted G. Zacharakis, Charles D. Ringrose, and Richard H. Pearl. 70 pages, 23 figures, 14 tables. $12
Colorado Geological Survey : Special Publications 11x8.5”, illustrated.
Colorado Special Publication 33 : 1989 : Landslide loss reduction – a guide for state and local government planning. By Robert L. Wold, Jr., and Candace L. Jochim. 50p., 28 figures, 7 tables. $1
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School of Mines : Mineral
Colorado Mineral Industries Bulletin Vol. 2 # 5 : 1959 : Selected qualitative test for the mineral industries by J. Kent Perry. 8p. $1
Colorado Mineral Industries Bulletin Vol. 6 #4 : 1963 : Guide to state agencies that concern the mining industry -- Part I. 16p. $2
Colorado Mineral Industries Bulletin Vol. 6 #5 : 1963 : Guide to state agencies that concern the mining industry -- Part 2. 15p. $2
Colorado Mineral Industries Bulletin Vol. 7 #1 : 1964 : Molybdenum. (bumped corner) 14p. $4
Colorado Mineral Industries Bulletin Vol. 7 #2 : 1964 : Sand and gravel in Colorado. (bumped corner) 12p. $2
Colorado Mineral Industries Bulletin Vol. 7 #3 : 1964 : Colorado and the chemical industry - Part I -- Major chemicals produced locally. (bumped corners) 8p. $1
Colorado Mineral Industries Bulletin Vol. 20 #1 : 1977 : Colorado Industrial minerals by Edwin H. Bentzen, III and Christopher H. Cox. 16p. $1
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28th Oil Shale Symposium FIELD TRIP : Oil Shale of the Piceance Creek Basin, Colorado. 2008 Colorado School of Mines and Colorado Energy Research Institute. By Jerry Boak, Yuval Bartov, Rick Sarg, Mark Picha, Gerald Daub and Jesse Yeakel. Softcover, 11x8.5”, comb-bound, paged in sections, about 100 pages, color illustrations. Among other things includes Hay Gulch near Meeker, Mahogany oil shale, Shell Mahogany oil shale research project, Douglas Pass, Green River basin, ExxonMobil Colony project, Battlement Mesa. Two days of field trip. $38
30th Oil Shale Symposium FIELD TRIP : Oil Shale of the Piceance Creek Basin in Colorado and eastern Uinta Basin in Utah. 2010 Colorado School of Mines and Center for Oil Shale Technology and Research (COSTAR). By Kati Tanavsuu-Milkeviciene, Michael Vanden Berg, Jess Yeakel, and Jeremy Boak. Softcover, 11x8.5”, comb-bound, paged in sections, about 100 pages, color illustrations. Among other things includes Shale Tech retort site near Rifle, ExxonMobil Colony site, Douglas Pass, Green River Formation basin, Asphalt Ridge oil sand deposits, White River oil shale mine, Evacuation Greek, Park Canyon. Two days of field trip. $38
Colorado School of Mines Professional Contribution 7 : 1971 : Geology of the Interstate 70 Road Cut, Jefferson County, Colorado. By L. W. LeRoy and R. J. Weimer. This is a single large folded sheet with many photos, cross-sections, text and more. A nice description of a very interesting road cut – even non-geologist drivers would have noticed it. Very Good. $12
Quarterly of the Colorado School
of Mines Volume 39 (1944)
Quarterly of the Colorado School
of Mines Volume 41 (1946)
Quarterly of the Colorado School
of Mines Volume 43 (1948)
Quarterly of the Colorado School
of Mines Volume 44 (1949)
Quarterly of the Colorado School
of Mines Volume 45 (1950)
Number 1B Applied Geology, a symposium. Compiled and edited by F. M. Van Tuyl and Truman H. Kuhn. 343 pages, nicely illustrated throughout including 9 plates in pocket. Contains 11 lengthy technical reports and 3 discussions related to alteration. (Generally Good, but spine is taped with opaque brown tape by previous owner because cover was loose). $8
Quarterly of the Colorado School
of Mines Volume 46 (1951)
Number 4 Examination of well
cuttings (Low), 48p. $3
Quarterly of the Colorado School
of Mines Volume 48 (1953)
Quarterly of the Colorado School of Mines Volume 49 (1954)
Quarterly of the Colorado School of Mines Volume 63 (1968)
Quarterly of the Colorado School
of Mines Volume 66 (1971) :
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Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 8 : 1905 : Doughty springs, a group of radium bearing springs on the north fork of the Gunnison river, Delta county, Colorado. By Wm. P. Headden. Pages 1-30, with a number of nice vintage photos. (Radioactivity). (Offprint form. Good, but covers are loose with some minor edge chipping). $9
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 9 : 1909 : Pages 181-216 : The main tungsten area of Boulder county, Colorado. By R. D. George. 3 plates (1 in text, 2 folded maps in pocket). This one is a offprint, but is the same report. (Fair. Spine has old tape, front cover with pocket is present but loose. Cover edges chipped. Plate pocket edges split, Plates good with some mild foxing). $16
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 12 INDEX : 1929-1931. Pages 425-487. (Good. Cover edge has a chip, back cover has some soil, page edges a bit rough from being hand cut.) $4
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 12(2) : 1929 : Relation of the ore deposits of the southern Rocky Mountain region to the Colorado Plateau. By B. S. Butler. Pages 23-36. fold-out map. (All VG, but has faint water marking along one edge) $2
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 12(4) : 1929 : Geologic history of the Front Range, Colorado. By T. S. Lovering. Pages 59-112, 7 figures. (Fair. Nice condition, but cover is nearly split along spine and appears to be missing the internal title page). $9
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 12(8) : 1930 : (Has 3 sections, total pages 269-294). Part 1 - Relation of the ore deposits of the southern Rocky Mountain region to the Colorado Plateau – discussion. (See 12(2)). By J. B. Tenney. Part 2 – Pillow-lava and the pyrite ores of Cyprus by Victor Hills. Part 3 – Corrosion and conservation of buried metal structures, by P. J. Richards. $3
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 12(11) : 1931 : (In 2 parts). Part 1 – The paleontology of the Denver quadrangle, Colorado by J. Harlan Johnson, pages 355-78. Part 2 – General correlation and synchrony of Colorado ore deposits, by John Wellington Finch, pages 379-388. $5
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 13(2) : 1932 : Effects of route characteristics on cost of rail transportation. By Arthur Ridgway. Pages 27-51. (Railroad haulage, trains). SCARCE. $5
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Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 13(5) : 1933 : Vein systems of the Arrastre Basin and regional geologic structure in the Silverton and Telluride quadrangles, Colorado. By W. S. Burbank. Pages 135-214, 5 plates, 4 figures. 4 plates are fold-out maps, 1 plate is a fold-out claim map of Arrastre Basin and vicinity (these claims are listed by name on two separate fold-out supplementary sheets). SCARCE. (cover has a couple small marks in addition to owner’s marks) $58
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 13(7) : 1935 : Correlation of Colorado Yule marble and other early Paleozoic formations on Yule Creek, Gunnison county, Colorado. By John W. Vanderwilt and Harry C. Fuller. Page 437-464, 3 figures. (Between Crested Butte and Marble, near Schofield pass). SCARCE. (Front cover has a short taped edge tear). $9
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 13(11) : 1938 : Geology of the “Questa” molybdenite deposit, Taos county, New Mexico. And some observations on the regional structure of the Sangre de Cristo Range along the Red River, New Mexico. By John W. Vanderwilt. Pages 598-643, 4 figures. SCARCE. $24
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 14 INDEX : 1938-1946 : Pages 467-478. $4
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 15 INDEX : 1946-1952. Pages 391-403. $4
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 15(2) : 1946 : (In 2 parts). Part 1 - Preliminary report on the Kokomo mining district, Colorado. By A. H. Koschmann and F. G. Wells. Pages 51-99, 2 large plates (loose folded maps, no pocket in this format). Part 2 – Replacement deposits (Kokomo district). By A. H. Koschmann, F. G. Wells, and J. W. Odell. Pages 100-112. Summit, Eagle and Lake counties. SCARCE. (bumped a bit along spine). $42
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 15(3) : 1947 : (In 2 parts). Part 1 – Vanadium deposits near Placerville, San Miguel county, Colorado, by R. P. Fischer, J. C. Haff, and J. R. Rominger. Pages 117-136, 2 fold-out plates, 1 figure. Part 2 – Recent develoment on the Black Bear vein, San Miguel county, Colorado. By D. J. Varnes. Pages 137-146, 2 fold-out plates. SCARCE. $28
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 15(4) : 1949 : Stratigraphy of the Pando area, Eagle county, Colorado. By Ogden Tweto. Pages 149-236, 4 figures. $21
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 15(5) : 1949 : The Gunnison Forks sulfur deposit, Delta county, Colorado. By McClelland G. Dings. Pages 237-258, 3 figures (2 are fold-outs). SCARCE. $9
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 15(7) : 1951 : The Sunnyside, Ross Basin, and Bonita fault systems and their associated ore deposits, San Juan county, Colorado. By W. S. Burbank. Pages 285-304, 3 figures (2 are fold-outs). $12
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 15(8) : 1951 : Sources of lightweight aggregates in Colorado. By Alfred L. Bush. Pages 305-372, 6 figures. Includes pumice, scoria, perlite, vermicultie, welded tuff, blast furnace slag. More interesting than you might think with things like a vermiculite deposit at Turret, Chaffee county – who knew? $9
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 17(1) : 1954 : Laramide faulting and orogeny on the north flank of the Uinta mountains in Eastern Daggett county, Utah. By W. R. Hansen and M. G. Bonilla. Pages 1-29, 3 plates (1 is a fold-out map), 2 figures. (minor back cover soil). $9
Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings Volume 17(2) : 1956 :
Cenozoic geomorphic history of the Medicine Bow mountains near the
Northgate Fluorspar district, Colorado. By Thomas A. Steven. Pages
35-55, 3 figures (2 are folded plates in pocket). $9
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Rocky Mountain Association
of Geologists : Other RMAG publications
In order alphabetically by full title.
Basin and Range Symposium and Great Basin Field Conference. Edited by Gary W. Newman and Harry D. Goode. 1979 Symposium - Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, RMAG, and Utah Geological Association. Hardback, 11x8.5”, 662p., illus. Content includes California, Nevada, Utah, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, and Arizona, with 52 papers and 4 road logs. Among much other detail, there is specific mention of Muddy mountains, Clark Mountain thrust, Hurricane fault, Oquirrh mountains, Wildcat Peak formation, ualapai limestone, Lake Mead, Indian Peak range, Pioche district, Juab county, Clayton Valley, Nye county, Eureka county, Railroad valley and more. Very Good - $5
Cordilleran Hingeline - SEE "Symposium on geology of the Cordilleran hingeline" below.
Deep Drilling Frontiers - SEE "Symposium on Deep drilling frontiers in the Central Rocky Mountains" below.
Exploration frontiers of the Central and Southern Rockies. Harry K. Veal, Ed. 1977 Symposium - Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, RMAG. Red Hardback, 11x8.5”, 496p., illus., 12 plates in pocket. Content includes Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico, with 38 papers and several road logs. Among much other detail, there is specific mention of Colorado National Monument, North Park, Colorado Front range, Pierre Shale, Eagle Valley Evaporite, Aspen area, Marble area, Ruedi dam, Denver basin, Walsenberg, Beecher Island field, Wattenberg field, Uranium, Fossil karst, Pitkin county, Piceance Creek basin and more.
Geology and coal-bed methane resources of the Northern San Juan Basin, Colorado and New Mexico. 1988 Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, RMAG. Edited by James E. Fassett. Sky Blue Hardback, 351 pages, illustrated. Includes 31 technical reports in the categories : History, Geology and Geochemistry, Well Log Interpretation, Production Engineering, Coal-Bed Methane field studies, Economics – Law – Regulations, Geophysics and Remote Sensing. Also has two days of road logs. Among much more, there is specific mention of Southern Ute Indian Reservation in Archuleta and La Plata counties, Joint Patterns, Fruitland Formation, Menefee Formation, Horizontal drainhole drilling techniques, Hydraulic fracturing strategy, Tiltmeter mapping, Disposal of production waters, Ignacio Blanco gas field, Cedar Hill field, Warrior basin (Alabama), Geothermal studies, Exposed limonitic rocks, and more. Like New. $10
Guide to the Geology of Colorado AND Geological Road Logs of Colorado. 1960. Two volume set, HARDBACK, 11x8.5”. Both volumes were prepared for the 1960 annual meeting of the GSA and associated societies and the 1961 annual meeting of the AAPG. (Good. Pocket in Volume one, no other markings in either. Light wear). $29 for the set.
Guidebook to the Geology of the Raton Basin, Colorado. 1956 Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists. Guide book. Hardback, dark brown textured leatherette cover with gilt lettering, 11x8.5”, 148p., illustrated, plus three plates in pocket. Covers the area around Pueblo, Walsenburg, and Trinidad. Includes 23 reports, 3 day-long road logs, and 3 supplementary logs.
Roads logs prepared for the Sixteenth annual field conference of the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, Central Colorado, August 27-29, 1964. 49p. photocopies, in a soft binder. Trips include Denver, Colorado Springs, Florissant, South Park, Buena Vista, Leadville, Dillon, Climax, Avon, Garden of the Gods. (Owner's labels) $8
Rocky Mountain foreland basins and uplifts. James D. Lowell, Ed. 1983 Symposium - Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, RMAG. Hardback, 11x8.5”, 392p., illus., 3 folded plates in pocket. Content includes Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Northwest Territories Canada and New Mexico, with 25 papers and a road log. Among much other detail, there is specific mention of Casper arch thrust, Washakie range, Wind River range, Grant county Utah, Nacimiento uplift, Sangre de Cristo range, Wet mountains, Front range, Franklin Mountains Canada, Teepee flats, Greybull sandstone pool and more. (Excellent condition) $20
Subsurface Cross-Sections of Colorado. 1977 Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists Special Publication 2. This is a boxed set of text and folded plates. Text is 11x8.5”, 39 pages, illustrated, edited by Dennis Irwin. Plates consist of 24 cross-sections, stratigraphic chart, and sections. Hardshell box measures 13” x 10” x 1”. (Good, contents Very Good, box lightly rubbed, box corners may have some wear). $5
Symposium on Cretaceous rocks of Colorado and adjacent areas. Eleventh field conference : Washakie, Sand Wash, and Piceance basins. 1959 Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists. HARDBACK, black leatherette, 11x8.5”, 210 pages, 11 plates in pocket. Content includes 31 reports, 8 road logs, historical sketches and more. Among much more, there is specific mention of Grand Junction area, Faunal zones, Dakota sandstone, Yampa district, Niobrara formation, Morapos sandstone, Mancos shale, Axial basin vicinity, Williams fork area, Spring Creek area, Mesaverde stratigraphy, North Craig Field, Divide Creek field, Vermilion basin, Powell Park Gas field, Buck Peak field, North Park, Rawlins uplift, Hygiene group, Cliff field, Willson ranch field, Slama field, Ute mountains, and more. $15
Symposium on geology of the Cordilleran hingeline. J. Gilmore Hill, Ed. 1976 Symposium - Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, RMAG. Blue Hardback, 11x8.5”, 408p., illus., 15 folded plates in pocket Content includes Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming, with 27 papers and a road log. Among much other detail, there is specific mention of Wasatch Mountains, Great Basin, Glen Canyon group, San Rafael group, Upper Valley Field, Pineview Field, Geothermal energy, Cottonwood area, Utah, Coalville anticline and more.
Allogenic controls on the evolution of storm to tidal shelf sequences in the Early Proterozoic Uncompahgre Group, southwest Colorado, USA. By Charles W. Harris and Kenneth A. Eriksson. 1990. Extracted from Sedimentology 37, pages 189-213, illus., 10x7". $4
Boulder Creek batholith, Colorado. Part II: Isotopic age of emplacement and morphology of zircon. AND Part III: Fingerprinting discordant zircon ages in a complex intrusion. 1971. Extracted from GSA Bulletin. 41p. $3
Carbonate-Hosted sulfide deposits of the Central Colorado Mineral Belt. 1990 Economic Geology Publishing Company. Economic Geology Monograph 7. HARDBACK, dark blue cloth, 10.5x8”, 424 pages, nicely illustrated. Contains 28 technical reports in the following categories : Regional geologic studies, Geologic studies of the Leadville Dolomite, Leadville district, Gilman district, Aspen district, Sherman-type deposits, Mineralogical and petrological studies of sulfide ores. Among much more, there is specific mention of Black Cloud mine (Lake County), Smuggler orebody, Late Mississippian karst caves, Buckeye Gulch. $17
Chemical refining study of base and precious metal ore in Colorado, for Mining Industrial Development Board, State of Colorado. 1965. By O. W. Walvoord, Inc. Softcover, 9x6”, paged in sections, about 70 pages, illustrated. SCARCE. $25
Colorado Bureau of Mines Report for the year 1950-1951. Edited by Walter E. Scott, Jr., Commissioner of Mines. Softcover, 11x8.5”, 108 pages. For an annual report, this is very interesting, especially the descriptions of accidents. It contains summaries of men employed (by district and type of mine work), mine inspections, mining (by district and country – naming mines and production), production by county (by district, county and mineral), mining accidents (summary, fatal accidents by type of mining employment with name, date, employer, case of death), and a list of mines (name, owner, address, product, location). $10
Colorado Bureau of Mines Report for the year 1952. Edited by Walter E. Scott, Jr., Commissioner of Mines. Softcover, 11x8.5”, 122 pages. For an annual report, this is very interesting, especially the descriptions of accidents. It contains summaries of men employed (by district and type of mine work), mine inspections, mining (by district and country – naming mines and production), production by county (by district, county and mineral), mining accidents (summary, fatal accidents by type of mining employment with name, date, employer, case of death; Agency causing accident; Type, nature and site of injury), and a list of mines (name, owner, address, product, location). (minor soil soil, spine wear). $8
Continuing study of new Jurassic / Cretaceous vertebrate faunas from Colorado and Utah. by James A. Jensen. 1975. Extracted from National Geographic Society Research Reports, Volume 16. 9p. Great photos! $2
Drilling results and favorability criteria in Bull Canyon, Montrose and San Miguel counties, Colorado. 1955 United States Atomic Energy Commission RME-42 (Pt. 1), Grand Junction Office, Colorado. 11x8.5”, staple bound, 67 pages, illustrated. $10
Field Conference guidebook for the high altitude and mountain basin deposits of Miocene age in Wyoming and Colorado, held August 16-25, 1968. Prepared by Craig C. Black, Malcolm C. McKenna, and Peter Robinson. 1968, University of Colorado Museum, Boulder. Loose sheets in a stiff-shell binder, 11x8.5”, 209p., illus. Contents appear to be nice photocopies, but I suspect this was the original format. Has a number of road logs and 12 papers on related subjects. Among other places and topics mentioned are Togwotee Pass, Wind River Basin, Arikareean mammals, Oligocene vertebrates, Split Rock formation, Browns Park Formation, Kremmling, Craig, Flat Tops area, Middle Park, Troublesome valley, Salida (home of 2Neat Books). SCARCE. $32
A field guide to environments of deposition (and trace fossils) of the Cretaceous sandstones of the western Interior. 1985 SEPM Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (now named the Society for Sedimentary Geology). This is the 1985 SEPM Midyear Meeting Field Guide 3 for the Rocky Mountain Section. Trip Leaders : C. Kent Chamberlain, Erle G. Kauffman, Louise M. W. Kiteley, and Martin G. Lockley. Softcover, comb-bound, 11x8.5”, 142 pages, illustrations numbered in sections. (bumped corner) $32
Field Trip Guidebook : depositional environments in the Upper Cretaceous Trinidad and Vermejo formations of the eastern margin of the Raton Basin. 1978 Rocky Mountain Section SEPM Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (now named the Society for Sedimentary Geology). Comb-bound, 11x8.5”, 38 pages, illustrated. (Good, but first page has a little orange color transfer from front cover). $15
Floods in the Pueblo district by Chester A. Reeds. 1921 Natural History vol 21(3). 4p. illus. Pertains to floods along the Arkansas river and it's tributaries. (Colorado) $3
Flow of heat in the Front Range, Colorado. By Francis Birch. 1950 Bulletin GSA Vol. 61, pages 567-630, 16 figures. 9x6” offprint. Includes errata sheet. VG. $4
Genesis of the Schwartzwalder uranium deposit, Jefferson county, Colorado. By Edward J. Young. 1979 University of Wyoming. Offprint from “Contributions to Geology vol. 17(2).” 11x8.5”, pages 179-186, illus. $3
Geologic folio Red Rock Canyon Open Space, Colorado Springs, Colorado. By Ken Weissenburger, Sharon Milito and Don Ellis. 2010 Old Colorado City Historical Society, Colorado Springs, Colorado. HARDBACK with glossy pictorial cover, 11x8.5”, 296 pages, heavily and very-well illustrated in color. While this does include history, it is largely a geology report and will be of interest to the trained geologist as well as the layman. Despite the “Folio” in the title, it is not a folio of maps. It is a beautiful book and would be a great gift for someone lucky to have you as a friend! LIKE NEW. $34
Geologic map and section of a part of Northeastern Colorado. Centered on the towns of Orchard and Goodrich. Color, folded. This is plate 14 from USGS Bulletin 796-B : Geology and oil and gas prospects of northeastern Colorado, by Mather, Gilluly and Lusk. $4
Geological Highway Map – Northern Rocky Mountain Region : Idaho, Montana, Wyoming. Compiled by the Geological Highway Map Committee of the AAPG. Scale 1” = about 30 miles. Full color. Map # 5 in the series. VG. $4
Geological Highway Map – Southern Rocky Mountain Region : Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico. Compiled by the Geological Highway Map Committee of the AAPG. 1967. Scale 1” = about 30 miles. Full color. Map # 2 in the series. VG. $4
Geology of Denver and Vicinity by Geo. L. Cannon, Jr. , Colorado Scientific Society. 1894 (per web search). 9x6", 36p. (owner's name, author's compliments, cover faintly soiled with slight bend line). $19
Geology of Green and Yampa river canyons and vicinity, Dinosaur National Monument, Utah and Colorado. By G.E. Untermann and B.R. Untermann. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1949, Vol. 33(5), pages 683-694. $3
Geology of the foothills of the Front Range in northern Colorado. By Zena M. Hunter. 1955 Petroleum Information. Two folded sheets with explanatory text (on sheet) in a printed envelope. Scale 1:48,000. (Maps are good, envelope is worn. Sheets have a couple minor tears at cross-folds) $24
Granites of the Front Range, Colorado – the Indian Creek plutons by M. F. Boos and Esther Aberdeen. Pages 695-730, 15 figures, 9 plates (including 3 fold-out maps). IN a complete volume of Bulletin GSA 51(5) : May 1940. Among other article, includes “Flood gravels of San Gabriel Canyon, California,” and “Santa Fe formation in the Espanola valley, New Mexico.” (upper spine end a bit rough) $3
GRANITES OF THE FRONT RANGE – THE LONGS PEAK – ST. VRAIN BATHOLITH, COLORADO by Margaret Fuller Boos and C. Maynard Boos.Bulletin Pages 303-332, 6 figures, 9 plates. IN a complete volume of GSA 45(2) : April 1934. $3
GSA Geohostel 1992 : Road Logs and supplemental materials. Presented by Gregory Holden and Kenneth Kolm. Geological Society of America, GSA 1992. 11x8.5", paged in sections (about 120p.). Includes the following day trips : Durango geology and Animas river glacial system, Mesa Verde, Durango to Silverton Railroad, La Plata river geologic and ecological transect, San Juan mountains transect. Contents are partly copies from other sources. $15
Guidebook : Colorado Uranium field trip. 1980 AAPG American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Energy Minerals Division. Compiled by W. L. Chenoweth. Softcover, 11x8.5”, 92 pages, illustrated, road logs, stop descriptions. Includes a bit on the Hanging Flume on the cliffs above the Dolores River. $28
Habitat of the early vertebrates: trace and body fossil evidence from the Harding formation (Middle Ordovician), Colorado. By William A. Fischer. 1978 The Mountain Geologist Vol. 15, no. 1, pages 1-26, 9 plates, 11 figures. 11x8.5" $3
Harding and Fremont formations, Colorado by Walter C. Sweet. 1954. Extracted from Bulletin of AAPG 38(2). 9x6", 22p. illus. (pencil note on first page). $3
Holocene braided rivers of eastern Colorado and the sedimentologic effects of Lawn Lake Dam failure in the Rocky Mountain National Park. 1985 SEPM Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (now named the Society for Sedimentary Geology). This is the 1985 SEPM Midyear Meeting Field Guide 13 for the Rocky Mountain Section. By Michael D. Harvey, Steve Crews, John Pitlick, and Terry Blair. Softcover, comb-bound, 11x8.5”, 52 pages, illustrations numbered in sections. Among more, includes South Platte River, Bijou Creek, Goodrich, Fall River, Roaring River. $18
Hydrothermal alteration associated with the Urad and Henderson molybdenite deposits, Clear Creek county, Colorado. 1970 Wallace Bruce MacKenzie, University of Michigan. This is a modern reprint by University Microfilms of a PhD thesis. Softcover, 8x6,5”, 208 pages, 2 tables, 4 plates in pocket, 83 figures. $32
Land Classification of the Central Great Plains, Parts 4 and 5 – Eastern Colorado. By Depue Falck, E. R. Greenslet, and R. E. Morgan. Softcover, 10.5x8”, 110p., not illus. This is a detailed vintage report pertaining to land types, land covers, and land uses. SCARCE. (This report has somewhat crude printing, which is perhaps mimeographed typing instead of the formal typeset for the report below. No covers. Staple bound. It may be a manuscript prior to printing. Last page present but loose from staples.) $10
Land classification of western Colorado. By L. R. Brooks, J. F. Deeds, Depue Falck, E. R. Greenslet, G. M. Kerr, and J. Q. Peterson. 1933 USGS. Softcover, 10.5x8”, 53p., 9 plates, 5 tables. This is a detailed vintage report pertaining to land types, land covers, and land uses. SCARCE. (Good. Printed pages are somewhat crude, but original. Front cover has a sunned edge and a small corner chip. Back cover has an edge tear that may become a long edge chip). $10
Late Cenozoic erosional history of Huerfano park, Colorado. 1963 David Sears McCulloch, University of Michigan. This is a modern reprint by University Microfilms of a PhD thesis. Softcover, 8x6,5”, 158 pages, 12 tables, 40 figures. $24
Mineralogy and paragenesis of the Schwartzwalder Mine uranium ore, Jefferson county, Colorado. 1971 Lucius Pitkin, Inc., Grand Junction, Western Uranium Project. By John V. Heyse. Softcover, 11x8.5”, 87 pages, 34 figures (many are original color photos glued in), 10 tables. This private report includes petrology, mineralogy, paragenesis, linear regression analysis, conclusions, bibliography, sulfur-isotope analyses, age dating, selected X-ray diffraction analyses, chemical analyses, sample location list. SCARCE. $72
Molas and associated formations in San Juan basin – Needle mountains area, southwestern Colorado. By William Merrill and Richard Winar. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1958, Vol. 42(9), pages 2107-2132. $4
Niobrara-Pierre boundary along front range, Colorado. By L.W. LeRoy and N.C. Schieltz. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1958, vol. 42(10), pages 2444-2464. $5
On the crustal shortening of the Colorado Rockies. 1923. Amer. J Sci. 7p. (cover detached) $1
Pennsylvanian algal carbonates and associated facies, Central Colorado. 1985 SEPM Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (now named the Society for Sedimentary Geology). This is the 1985 SEPM Midyear Meeting Field Guide 4 for the Rocky Mountain Section. By John L. Wray. Softcover, comb-bound, 11x8.5”, 29 pages, 32 figures. Includes Red Rocks Park, Vail Pass, Booth Creek, Minturn, Avon. $15
Pennsylvanian and lower Permain of northern Denver basin, Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska. By John H. Hoyt. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1962, Vol. 46(1), pages 46-59. $3
Petroleum Frontiers Volume 1(1) 1983. This is the journal published by the Petroleum Information Corporation. 11x8.5”, 62p., illus. The entire issue is devoted to two articles : Codell Sandstone D-J Basin’s New Objective (Colorado and Wyoming oil). AND Pecos slope Abo Red Beds shallow target for New Mexico gas. $8
Petroleum systems and assessment of undiscovered oil and gas in the Raton Basin – Sierra Grande uplift province, Colorado and New Mexico – USGS Province 41. 2008 USGS, Digital Data Series 69-N. This is a very nice color print-out of this digital report. 11x8.5”, professionally comb-bound with clear plastic covers. Chapters 1, 2, and 3. Paged in sections, about 200 pages, very nicely illustrated including color. $15
Petrology and weathering of the Iron Dike, Boulder and Larimer counties, Colorado. By Ernest E. Wahlstrom. 1956, Extracted from Bulletin GSA, pages 147-163, illus. $5
Predicting water contamination from metal mines and mining wastes. By Kathleen S. Smith, Geoffrey S. Plumlee, and Walter H. Ficklin. USGS Workshop 2 : International Land Reclamation and Mine Drainage Conference and the Third International Conference on the Abatement of Acidic Drainage, April 24, 1994. 11x8.5”, clear cover, unpaged, about 80 pages, illustrated. Includes Fundamentals of Mine-drainage formation and geochemistry; Geologic controls on mine-drainage composition; Geochemical mobility of metals in mine-drainage systems (prediction of metal transport); An empirical study of mine-drainage composition and implications for prediction; Geoenvironmental models of mineral deposits and their applications. Many examples from Colorado. (Filed with Colorado) $18
Ralston formation of Canyon City embayment, Colorado. By E.A. Frederickson and others. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1956, Vol. 40(9), pages 2120-2148. $7
Report on the CASCADE MINE, Clear Creek County, Colorado, for White Rock Aggregate and Mining Company, Inc. By W. R. Bacon, Bacon and Crowhurst, Ltd., Vancouver, BC. 1969. 11x8.5", staple bound, 8 pages plus folded map. This is a privately produced report with a privately drawn map of Cascade workings. Includes Property location and access, physical features, power and water, history, regional geology, geology and development, mineralization, ore shipments, leasing agreement, reserves, conclusions, recommendations, estimated exploration costs. $25
REVERSE FAULTING IN THE SAWATCH RANGE by J. T. Stark. Pertains to Colorado: Tincup, Graphite Basin, Biglow thrust, Lenado, Aspen district, East Lake Creek, Chaffee county, Lake county, Gunnison county, Eagle county. Pages 1001-1016, 6 figures. IN a complete volume of Bulletin GSA 45(6) : December 1934. $3
Rocky Mountain Petroleum Review 1946-1947, Published by the Oil Reporter, Petroleum Publishers, Inc. 168p., nicely illustrated, wonderful vintage ads. Includes several pieces on the Rangley area of Colorado including history, Colorado oil production by field and year back to 1887, story of Wilson Creek Colorado. While this is still a regional publication covering Wyoming, Utah and such, this issue has so much on the Rangley area that it is nearly a “Rangely special issue.” $28
Rocky Mountain Section Field Trip Guide 1985. SEPM Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (now named the Society for Sedimentary Geology). Softcover, 11x8.5”, 164 pages, heavily illustrated. This collection of short papers, which supplement the field trips of the 1985 meeting of the Rocky Mountain Section of the AAPG, SEPM, and the National EMD, provides interesting newly to recently acquired geological data and interpretations. (May have title written on spine). $32
Sedimentary environments in Cretaceous Dakota sandstone in northwestern Colorado. By Donald W. Lane. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1963, Vol. 47(2), pages 229-256. $5
Sedimentology, Dolomitization, Karstification, and mineralization of the Leadville limestone (Mississippian), Central Colorado. 1985 SEPM Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (now named the Society for Sedimentary Geology). By Richard H. DeVoto. This is the 1985 SEPM Midyear Meeting Field Guide 6 for the Rocky Mountain Section. Softcover, comb-bound, 11x8.5”, 180 pages, illustrations numbered in sections, includes a folded map loose at back. Very Good. $68
Sedimentology of the Fountain Fan-Delta complex near Manitou Springs and Canon City, Colorado. 1984. By Lee J. Suttner (editor), Richard P. Langford, and Albert W. Shultz. Comb-bound, 11x8.5", 140 pages, illustrated. Guidebook for the 1984 Spring Field Conference of the Rocky Mountain Section of the Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Contains Background papers and discussion of field trip stops. $15
Seismic models of sandstone stratigraphic traps in Rocky Mountains Basins by Robert Ryder, Myung Lee, and Gerald Smith. 1981 AAPG. 11x8.5", spiral bound, 77p. of text with smaller illustrations plus a number of unpaged large fold-out figures. Covers 15 specific fields in Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and New Mexico as well as general information. (Good : Conoco library labels on cover, library pocket inside cover. Covers lightly rubbed) $28
South Canyon creek dolomite member, a unit of phosphoria age in Maroon formation near Glenwood springs, Colorado. By. N. Wood Bass and Stuart A. Northrop. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1950, Vol. 34(7), pages 1540-1551. $3
Stratigraphy and structure of the Coalville area, Utah. Summit County. By David W. Trexler. 1966 Professional contributions of the Colorado School of mines, number 2. 9x6”, 69p., frontispiece, 22 figures, 4 plates in pocket (1 in color). $15
Stratigraphy, biostratigraphic zonation, and depositional history of the Fort Hays limestone and adjacent strata (Upper Cretaceous), southern western interior. by Norman Ralph King. PhD. thesis, 1972, Dept. of Geology, Indiana University. 11x8.5", 220p., illus. This is a fair photocopy, hole-punch bound into a simple folder. From the abstract, "Stratigraphic and paleontologic data were gathered from the Fort Hays limestone and adjacent strata at 36 exposures located throughtout Colorado, in northern New Mexico, and in western Kansas." (Fair : has some high-lighting, folder corners bumped) $16
Stratigraphy of upper Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks of Raton basin, Colorado and New Mexico. By Ross B. Johnson and Gordon H. Wood, Jr. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1956, Vol. 40(4), pages 707-721. $4
Supposed plumage of the Eocene bird Diatryma. By T. D. A. Cockerel. 1923 American Museum of Natural History, American Museum Novitates 62. 9x6, offprint, wraps, 4 pages, 2 photos. Specimen came from the vicinity of Roan Creek in western Colorado, Green River deposit. (owner's marks on cover) $1
Trace fossils of nearshore depositional environments of Cretaceous and Ordovician rocks, Front Range, Colorado. Edited and compiled by Paual B. Basan. 1980, Guide book for SEPM Field Trip No. 1. 65 pages, illustrated, 11x8.5". Topics include Indian Springs Trace Fossil site, Carlile Shale at Liberty Point, Harding Sandstone, Purgatoire Formation at Skyline Drive, Horsetooth Reservoir, and more. $5
Uranium favorability of Precambrian rocks in the Badger Flats – Elkhorn Thrust area, Park and Teller counties, Colorado. 1976 Bendix Field Engineering Corporation, Grand Junction. By Gerald L. Gallagher. Softcover, 11x8.5”, 35 pages, 6 figures, one folded plate, 9 tables. This private report includes Introduction, geology, Uranium deposits (Last Chance vein, Gold Star deposit), Uranium favorability, Locations and chemical values of samples. Thorium. Plus microfische in pocket. $14
Uranium geology and exploration. By Richard H. De Voto. 1978 Colorado School of mines. This is a book of lecture notes and references. Softcover, 11x8.5”, 396p., heavily illustrated. A very nice resource. SCARCE. (VG. Front cover has a mild crease) $48
Zones of Pierre formation of Colorado. By Mary O. Griffitts. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1949, Vol. 33(12), pages 2011-2028. $4
The maps are in color, photo pages include many photos per page. I use sheet, page and plate interchangeably on this page as each map sheet or photo plate is a page. I do not know what "Library Edition" signifies - these look the same as the others. Condition : Very Good condition unless otherwise noted. Clean, flat. Covers mildly tanned, contents faintly tanned. Cover may be faintly soiled. FOLIOS are flat, the photo was taken at a slight angle.
FOLIOS typically will be shipped in a separate container from the rest of your publication order. I will ship most folios FLAT between large sheets of cardboard. Please ask if you need or want a different kind of shipping.
Geological and Geographical Atlas of Colorado and Portions of Adjacent Territory by Ferdinand Vandiveer Hayden (FV Hayden). 1877, 1881, Publisher Jules Bien, Government Printing Office, Washington DC. Large folio format About 27” x 20”, each double page folded map sheet measures 26.5” x 37”. All of the map sheets were tipped in on a special cloth reinforced tab, which means that the entire sheet lays open flat and there is no central loss in a crease. This rare and early atlas represents four years of field work by the Hayden Survey. "This Atlas is composed of two series of maps: the first, of four sheets, on a scale of twelve miles to one inch, each covering the whole State of Colorado; the second, of twelve sheets, (six topographical and six geological, of identical areas,) on a scale of four miles to one inch, each sheet embracing two and one-half degrees of Longitude and one and one-quarter degrees of Latitude, the whole presenting the results of the field work of 1873, '74, '75 and '76, covering the entire State of Colorado and adjacent portions of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico."--F.V. Hayden (in the introduction). NOTE : This Atlas was missing the title page, so I cannot be absolutely certain if it is the 1877 or the 1881 edition. However, I compared two intact Atlases, one of each edition, and found that this one has a cover like the 1881 edition. A 2Neat Customer informed me that the presence of the town of Leadville on the Central Colorado sheet means that it is definitely the 1881 edition. The sheets inside the two editions appear to be otherwise identical.
Lucky you! I recently acquired a partial Hayden atlas, with the sheets already disbound. This means that you have the opportunity to buy and frame a single sheet of history without the expense of a complete volume and the guilt that would come with taking apart such a masterpiece. Instead, you can think of it as a public service to display one of these sheets for all to enjoy. These lovely old maps show many towns that no longer exist (ghost towns) and have some shown under names that aren’t used anymore – a neat way to experience part of the history of your favorite area. For example, the sheet showing the home area of 2Neat Books is old enough that our town shows as South Arkansas instead of Salida, the main pass through the mountains doesn’t yet have a road and two railroads lines that no longer exist show through the mountains.
Condition : All sheets are clean, slightly tanned, and with a small water mark dipping about half an inch into the outer edge of the upper and lower margin – this can easily be covered with a mat, leaving a nice amount of blank margin all around. The cloth reinforced tab to which the sheet was tipped in on is still present.
USGS Folio 9 : Geologic Atlas of the United States : 1894 : Anthracite – Crested Butte Folio, Colorado. By Samuel Franklin Emmons, Whitman Cross, and George H. Eldridge. PLATES : Contains 2 sheets topographic maps (Anthracite sheet and Crested Butte sheet), 2 sheets color Areal geology maps (A and CB sheets), 2 sheets color economic geology maps (A and CB sheets), 2 sheets color structure sections (A and CB sheets), 1 sheet columnar sections. TEXT : Contains 2 pages of generic explanation text (inside face of each cover) that seems to be common to all folios, 3 full pages of text “Description of the Elk Mountains,” 2 pages of text “Description of the Igneous formations,” 4 pages of text plus a page of tables “Description of the Sedimentary formations. The cover includes the words “Library Edition.” The Anthracite sheet includes the townsites of Baldwin, Irwin, Pittsburgh, and Elkton. The Crested Butte sheet includes the townsites of Crested Butte and Gothic. In each case, the coverage area of the two sheets matches along one edge if you are planning to frame them. EXTREMELY SCARCE.
Condition of Folio 9 : Good/Fair. Complete, intact, all plate sheets are clean and bright. Both covers have some short pieces of brown tape : Three pieces (total) wrap around the spine ends and extend about two inches onto the cover paper, the front cover also has one other tear about 4 inches long that is taped, the back cover has two shorter taped tears. The covers do NOT have chipped edges (it is extremely rare for an older folio not to have chipped edges) but the edges do have a number of very short tears. The front cover has some numbers and a few words (the owner’s name and town, I think : Harry Coppin of Crested Butte). None of the cover words or illustrations are obscured by tape or writing. The leading text pages have a mild water spot in the lower margin corner, it is not present on the plate sheets. There are some short archival-tape repairs in the lower margin of one text sheet and five plate sheets, the tape does not obscure or cover any part of the plates or the text on the plate sheets. It would be easily covered by a mat if you plan to frame the maps. The back cover has mild soil and a small hole (book worm?) that extends through back cover, columnar section sheet, and – barely – the CB structure section sheet, where it is not noticeable. All pages have a one inch long slit tear in the turning edge margin which does not reach any of the text or plate content. One page of text has two short lines, one is an underline, one is a margin line, each about 2 inches long. Although this very detailed description may make it sound worse than it is … this is a nice, well-reserved copy of a rare early folio. A great find for you!! $195
USGS Folio 153 : Geologic atlas of the United States : 1907 : Ouray Folio, Colorado. By Whitman Cross, Ernest Howe, and J.D. Irving. 19 pages of descriptive text, 1 sheet Columnar Section, 1 sheet topographic map, 1 sheet full color Areal Geology map, 1 sheet structure sections, 1 sheet with six large photos. Includes towns of Ouray, Bachelor Switch, Portland, Ridgway, and Dallas, plus Whitehouse mountain, The Amphitheater, Wildhorse Peak, Wetterhorn Peak, Coxcomb Peak, Blackwall mountain, Courthouse mountain, Chimney peak, Owl Creek pass, Ramsorn Ridge and much more. The inside face of each cover is printed with “explanation” text. Ouray county, Hinsdale county, Gunnison county. SCARCE. Good – a nice copy (moderate tanning, mostly to covers and first page. Front cover has some short and minor tears along top edge, one small chip, and is missing two tiny corner tips. First page has a thin band of mottling across the edge of the upper margin. Front cover has an ownership stamp. All else VG.). $142