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The Monarch Pittsburgh Mining Company was incorporated in Nevada in 1913 and succeeded the Monarch Pittsburgh Extension Mining Company, located near Tonopah, Nevada. While work began around 1903 or 1904 on shafts, only small quantities of ore were developed from additional explorations which appeared in 1913 continuing until about 1927. Ledger lists expenses which date from January 1926 to October 1932.
The Slavin-Reed Family papers include genealogical notes, oral histories, and other documents about the 19th and 20th century history of the Slavin and Reed families and those families connected by marriage. The bulk of the collection appears to have passed through the hands of Lucille Slavin Clark, and builds on the recorded memories of her grandmother, Maude Rose Hanley Reed Bruno (1882-1965).
Schmidt Litho. Co. was a lithographic printing company in San Francisco, California. The collection contains one lithograph poster depicting a romanticized version of mining activities in Tonopah, Nevada.
- Tonopah (Nev.) -- History 2
- Mineral industries -- Nevada -- Tonopah 1
- Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada -- Nye County 1
- Nevada -- Genealogy -- Sources 1
- Nevada -- Newspapers 1
- Nye County (Nev.) 1
- Oral histories 1
- Personal correspondence 1
- Photographs 1
- Posters 1
- Ranching -- Nevada 1
- Tonopah (Nev.) 1
- Women pioneers -- Nevada 1 ∧ less
- Holabird-Kagin Americana (Firm) 1
- Monarch Pittsburg Extension Mining Company 1
- Monarch Pittsburg Mining Company (Tonopah, Nev.) 1
- Reed family 1
- Schmidt Litho. Co. 1
- Slavin family 1 ∧ less