Sierra Nevada Silver Mining Company
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The North End Mines of the Comstock Lode, Nevada, consisted of the California Mining Company, Consolidated Virginia Mining Company (Con Virginia), Mexican Gold and Silver Mining Company, Ophir Silver Mining Company, Sierra Nevada Silver Mining Company, and the Union Consolidated Silver Mining Company. The collection includes a Mexican Milling Company cash journal (1916-1920) and mill book (1915-1920), a Con Virginia, Ophir, Mexican, Union, and Sierra Nevada mines survey book (1920), and a...
Overview Part of the "North End" mines of the Comstock Lode, the Sierra Nevada Silver Mine was staked in 1859, was 3550 feet long, and was mined for substantial amounts of gold as well as silver. The majority of the records, 1861-1926, are regarding the annual reports made by the company. Also included are correspondence in the form of letterpress copy books, and cash books, which record accounts for the company.
Abstract Included are letters to Marshall M. Stone and his business partners, legal papers related to Stone's court cases, and documents related to Myron C. Lake's estate. Material between 1860-1909.
Abstract Whitman Symmes was a mine engineer, superintendent of several of the larger Nevada Comstock Lode mines in the early 1900s, and known on the Pacific coast for his continuous opposition to stockbrokers' methods of controlling the Comstock mines. Included are deeds, agreements, financial statements, reports, correspondence, payrolls, articles of incorporation, and assay reports for 118 mines, mills, shafts and pumping associations, primarily in Nevada but also in California, Utah, Arizona, and...