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Buckhorn Mines Company Records

Identifier: 89-80
Abstract Included are letters from the Nevada Tax Commission and yearly reports detailing expenses and assets. The collection contains material from 1912-1914 created by the Buckhorn Mines Company.
Dates: 1912-1914

Diamondfield Triangle Mining Company Records

Identifier: NC24
Overview The Diamondfield Triangle Mining Company was a gold mining company in Diamondfield, Esmeralda County, Nevada, incorporated in 1905 and partially owned by George Wingfield. The collection includes minutes of the incorporation meeting listing stock holders, directors, and mining claims owned; and of regular meetings.
Dates: 1905-1916

Alton E. Glass Papers

Identifier: NC362
Abstract Material prior to 1959, mostly from 1956, comprises texts of speeches, appraisals, crop budgets, plans and charts. Subsequent material contains financial records of Glass' independent business, 1959-1965, and about 265 folders of appraisals. Appraisals include deeds, notes, photographs, correspondence, histories of the areas and valuations of properties. Larger appraisals include the George Wingfield estate in Reno, Lucile Brown estate in Smith Valley, Nevada, and James Canyon Ranch in...
Dates: 1930-1966

William J. Metscher Collection on Goldfield, Nevada

Identifier: NC1363
Overview William J. Metscher grew up in Goldfield, Nevada and was actively involved in the preservation of central Nevada history. The collection contains a variety of documents collected by Metscher and created by various individuals and business in Goldfield between 1906-1916, including George Wingfield, Charles S. Thomas, and the Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company.
Dates: 1870-2005; Majority of material found within 1906-1916

Transcript of testimony taken under oath under Senate Joint Resolution #6, by Banking Investigating Committee

Identifier: NC358
Abstract Testimonies include statements by Acting Governor Morley Griswold and accounting statements from various firms affected by the bank closings.
Dates: 1933