Box Shared MSS 133
Contains 14 Results:
Prospectus lists officers and directors; describes the location of the property and surrounding mines in the Wonder District; and outlines current development, future plans, and stock offerings.
2 page letter to Charles C. Minzesheimer from Malcolm L. Macdonald and other company owners directs Minzesheimer to act as trustee in specific transactions designed to accumulate operating funds.
Bylaws delineate responsibilities of officers, stockholders and executive committee, as well as governing regulations for conducting business. One of the directors was Key Pittman.
Reports by Sanders to William C. Morris describe mining prospects and characteristics of these claims in the Crackerjack Mining District, San Bernardino County, California: Iron King Group, Iron-Cap Copper-Lead Group, and the Beau Bramble-Mangeniffer Group.,There are also reports on the Cora Group and on gold mining property located forty-five miles from Canaea (i.e. Cananea?), Mexico.
Agreement between Clarence Buck, Hugh Jones, and the Dexter Gold Mining Company in which Buck and Jones agree to sell their Contention Mining Claim in the Tuscarora Mining District, Elko County, Nevada, to the Dexter Gold Mining Company of Utah.
Report on the Collier Group of Mines in Lyon County, Nevada, details the topography and geography, provides a history of the claim's development, reports on the adequacy of the water supply and makes recommendations.
Report on a mining tunnel site in Willard Canyon, Elko County, Nevada, details locations, adjacent mining claims, water sources, transportation, and difficulties in developing the site.
These articles of incorporation define the purposes of the corporation, identify its principal offices, and list members of the board of directors, who included Charles E. Morris and Malcolm L. Macdonald. Also included is a balance sheet, 1906-1908.
Information about hearings on, and testimony for, increasing the national wilderness lands in Nevada; and on the Great Basin National Park.
Comprehensive planning document contains information on the physical characteristics of Lemmon Valley, Washoe County, Nevada; population; housing; economic analysis; land use; transportation; and interim growth and development plan.