Red Hill Florence Mining Company Records
Scope and Contents
The Red Hill Florence Mining Company Records contains correspondence regarding the mine and employee accident reports.
- Red Hill Florence Mining Company (Creator, Organization)
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Incorporated November 20, 1916 in Nevada, the Red Hill Florence Mining Company owned five claims over 70 acres in the Goldfield Mining District. It was a consolidation of the Red Hill Mining, Florence American Mining, and Florence Extension Mining companies. It adjoined the Florence Goldfield on the south and west. Ore contained gold, silver, and copper, and occurred in a quartz vein in andesite. The company also leased a block of ground at a depth of 430 feet to 650 feet in the Florence Goldfield Mine, immediately beneath the rich ore mined by the Reorganized Cracker Jack.
0.21 Linear Feet (1 folder)
Language of Materials
The Red Hill Florence Mining Company was incorporated in 1916 and located in the Goldfield Mining District, Goldfield, Nevada. The collection contains correspondence regarding the mine and employee accident reports form 1921-1924.
Arranged without hierarchy.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Received in April 1989 as part of a group of papers previously stored in the Goldfield Hotel.
- Guide to the Red Hill Florence Mining Company Records
- Jessica Maddox
- March 2017
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