Reorganized Atlanta Mining Company Records
Scope and Contents
The Reorganized Atlanta Mining Company Records includes materials that documents a small portion of company operations during its merger with the other companies to create the Goldfield Deep Mines Company of Nevada. Materials include stockholder information in the form of stockholder cards, which document shareholder name and address, assessments paid, and changes to their holdings including shares sold due to non-payment.
Financial information in this collection includes capital stock and corporation income tax returns and an account ledger for certificates surrendered and issued, which was unbound when received. Each sheet of the ledger is divided into two sections: certificate surrendered and certificate issued. Information on the surrendered side includes name of stockholder, certificate number, and number of shares held while the issued side includes the name and address of stockholder, certificate number, and shares held.
- Reorganized Atlanta Mining Company (Creator, Organization)
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Collection is open for research. Materials must be used on-site; advance notice suggested. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.
Goldfield, Nevada, is most well-known for the mining boom that occurred between its settlement in 1901 and 1910 when peak production reached over $10 million dollars. Most major mining operations had ceased by 1920, although a number of mines continued operations into the 1940s. The Atlanta Mines Company incorporated in 1912 just after the peak mining had occurred in Goldfield. The company owned 74 acres in the Goldfield Mining District and was developed through its own shaft and through the workings of the Goldfield Merger Mines Company to a depth of 1750 feet. Mine workings continued through 1918 producing high-grade ore and medium-grade copper bearing ore.
In 1918, the Atlanta Mines Company was reorganized and incorporated in Nevada as the Reorganized Atlanta Mining Company. Officers for the reorganized company were: George Wingfield, president; W. E. Zoebel, vice president; C. F. Burton, secretary-treasurer; B. J. Henley and L. N. French, directors; and A. I. D’Arcy, manager. The Reorganized Atlanta owned the same 74 acres and included the Atlanta, Black Bear, and Union Jack mines. The claim adjoined the Florence and on the east and the Goldfield Consolidated on the north.
The Goldfield Deep Mines Company of Nevada was incorporated in 1920 as a merger between Reorganized Atlanta Mining Company, Goldfield Merger Mines Company, Reorganized Blue Bull Mining Company, C.O.D. Consolidated Mines Company, Goldfield Combination Mining Company, Milltown Mining Company, 5 claims of the Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company and other small parcels of ground in the Goldfield Mining District.
1.2 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
Language of Materials
In 1918, the Atlanta Mines Company was reorganized and incorporated in Nevada as the Reorganized Atlanta Mining Company and owned 74 acres in the Goldfield Mining District. The collection contains materials that documents a small portion of company operations during its merger with the other companies to create the Goldfield Deep Mines Company of Nevada including stockholder and financial information.
Arranged by type and chronologically.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
rReceived in 1989 as part of a group of papers that had previously been stored in the Goldfield Hotel.
- Guide to the Reorganized Atlanta Mining Company Records
- Jessica Maddox
- February 2017
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