Princess Mine and Milling Company Records
Scope and Contents
The Princess Mine and Milling Company Records contains correspondence: letters to and from the superintendent, George G. Lyon; two major stockholders, William I. Sutherland and Nevada Governor John Henry Kinkead; James G. Chesley; D. B. Merry; J. D. Channell; and James H. Kinkead, nephew and private secretary of the governor, dealing with matters of the company and the White Mountain Water Company, operated by the same individuals. Mention is made of state politics and delegates from Esmeralda County. A cancelled check made out to John H. Kinkead in 1878 by G. B. Hill is also included, as is a miscellaneous lot of telegrams, payrolls, and invoices.
- Princess Mine and Milling Company (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
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.
The Princess Mine and Milling Company was a mining operation in Candelaria, Nevada, begun in 1880.
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Language of Materials
The Princess Mine and Milling Company was a mining operation in Candelaria, Nevada, begun in 1880. The collection contains correspondence, a cancelled check, and a miscellaneous lot of telegrams, payrolls, and invoices.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated by Paul Franklin in November 1978. Additional materials purchased from Butterfield Auction in June 1993.
- Candelaria (Nev.)
- Channell, J. D.
- Chesley, James G., 1851-
- Esmeralda County (Nev.) -- Politics and government
- Governors -- Nevada
- Kinkead, James H., 1843-1912
- Kinkead, John H. (John Henry), 1826-1904
- Lyon, George G.
- Merry, D. B.
- Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada -- Candelaria
- Nevada -- Politics and government
- Princess Mine and Milling Company
- Sutherland, William I.
- Water-supply -- Nevada -- Candelaria
- White Mountain Water Company
- Guide to the Princess Mine and Milling Company Records
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description