New era; presenting the plans for the New Era Union, to help develop and utilize the best resources of this country, also to employ the best skill there is available to realize the highest degree of prosperity that is possible for all who will help to attain it. Based on practical and successful business methods. Charles W. Caryl.

New era; presenting the plans for the New Era Union, to help develop and utilize the best resources of this country, also to employ the best skill there is available to realize the highest degree of prosperity that is possible for all who will help to attain it. Based on practical and successful business methods.

Denver, Colorado: the author, [1897]. 192p., front., blue cloth binding slightly shelf worn. OCLC calls for a folded plan not present in this copy. No mention of plates in text.

"Caryl, a Colorado businessman-miner, utilizes a stilted, autobiographical play form (cast includes: Bellamy, Tolstoy, and Jay Gould) to deliver a personal plea for the establishment of a co-op, union city near Denver. Comes complete with elaborate illustrations of a rigidly zoned, hierarchical city (privates to generals)." *Romer p. 201.

Cat.No: 3504

Price: $75.00