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Bodie Gold Mining Company Correspondence

Identifier: 95-20

The Bodie Gold Mining Company was in Bodie, California with an office in San Francisco. Collection contains correspondence from the company secretary, William W. Lent, in the San Francisco office to superintendent D.H. Fogers regarding mine operations in 1879.

Dates: 1879

Bodie State Historic Park Maps and Drawings

Identifier: 93-68
Abstract The town of Bodie, Mono County, California was the site of a discovery of gold in 1859 by William Bodey. The collection contains microfilmed maps and engineering drawings of mines, tunnels, power houses, surveys, portions of townships and ranges, and mining equipment at Aurora, Nevada and Bodie, Green Creek (Mono County), Mono Lake, and Mammoth Lakes, California. Mines, mining companies, and power plants include Aurora Consolidated Mines Company, Bodie Consolidated Mining Company, Bodie...
Dates: 1879-1934

Reports on the Codd Mines Company

Identifier: 89-37

Progress reports on establishment of the new mine and mill, describing equipment and personnel, and containing photos of the company president and the mine. The collection contains materials from 1912 created by the Codd Mines Company.

Dates: 1912

Edmund Smith Correspondence

Identifier: 93-56

These letters/journal written by the Smith brothers (Edmund, Cassius, and Joel) to their brother and sister describe their preparations for and experiences of their trip to California via Nevada. Material between May 12-December 22, 1850.

Dates: May 12-December 22, 1850

Mahlon Fairchild Manuscript

Identifier: 2010-33

Mahlon Fairchild (1827-1913) was born in New York and immigrated to California during the 1849 gold rush. In May 1859, Fairchild relocated to Nevada, where he lived until his death. The collection contains a hardbound manuscript of reminiscences written by Fairchild between about 1910 and 1913 on his life, immigration west to California, details about Comstock mining, and his experiences in White Pine County.

Dates: 1913; 1968

The First Fifty Years, Memoirs of a Native Son of the Golden West

Identifier: 89-06

Reminiscences of Gemmill's mining career and farming in southern California, ca. 1899-1910.

Dates: 1930

C. C. Goodwin Historical Writings Journal

Identifier: 2017-59

C. C. Goodwin was a writer, politician, and journalist. He lived in Nevada from 1860-1880, and was associated with the Virginia City newspaper, the Territorial Enterprise. Collection contains one journal of unpublished writings on historical events and people in which Goodwin was interested.

Dates: late 19th century

John Howard Correspondence

Identifier: 93-37

John Howard was a gold miner in National, Nevada, and Weaverville, California. Howard writes to A.J. Robinson in Santa Clara County, California, about the mining prospects near Weaverville, California, and around National, Nevada. Letter from September 18, 1910.

Dates: September 18, 1910

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