Boyle, Emmet Derby
- Existence: 1879 - 1926
- Usage: 1879 - 1926
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Interview by Grace Danberg.,Recollections of household hardships in Virginia City, Nevada, and in the governor's mansion in Carson City.
Report by Boyle detailing his mining experiences from 1899-1903 and letters from George J. Young and Herman Davis confirming the information.
Emmet Derby Boyle was a mining engineer who became a Nevada state engineer and governor of the state. The collection contains scrapbooks which cover chiefly his period as governor and include official proclamations, newspaper clippings, and some correspondence.
Charles Paul Keyser, born in Elko, Nevada, graduated from the University of Nevada in 1899. The collection contains a transcription of the interview with James W. Hulse; a copy of a lecture by professor of English Thomas Cowgill, 1898; a letter he wrote to J.E. Church, 1953; and copies of the Yeates and Keyser family history and genealogy.
W.J. Loring was a San Francisco, California mining engineer. Collection contains Loring's report from 1919 regarding the Nevada Humboldt Tungsten Mines Company in Nevada before the War Mineral Relief Commission describes his interest in the company and its origins. Also included is testimony by Emmet Boyle, mining engineer and later governor of Nevada.
The Nevada Mining Association (NMA) was organized in Tonopah, Nevada, on March 24, 1913 as the Nevada Mine Operators Association. Its membership consisted of the principal metal producers in Nevada who banded together for protection, mutual cooperation, and assistance. These records include incorporation papers, minutes of the executive committee, membership lists, correspondence, reports, and position statements.