|Title||Colorado Coal and Iron Cash No. 1|
|Scope & Content||
Contains detailed entries of cash flow in and out of company. Refers to voucher numbers. Vouchers show payment to and from individuals and companies. Also included are payroll deductions, insurance information. Colorado Springs is written on the top of nearly every page.
Of note: Page 480 contains an entry of $6.50 received from employee F. [Plannon] for breaking tools at El Moro Mine. Page 376 and others contain entries for rental of Lake Minnequa Boats.
Included in loose-leaf form are 10 pages of Weekly reports from the Sales at Aspen Yard for Colorado Coal and Iron Coal and Coke Departments. All pages contain transactions with and by Agent W.G. Bayle. Dated from September through October 1891.
|Year Range from||1880|
|Year Range to||1882|
Leather cover and binding with dark red and black accents. Embossed lettering on spine, embossed detail on spine and cover.
"1880-82" written in ink on front cover and "3E-19 No.1" stamped on spine.
|Copyrights||Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.|