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Minutes of the Ancient Order of Hibernians

Identifier: NC37
Abstract Minutes of meetings, including organizational meeting, include summary of business and names of members and officers.

Austin Cemetery Association Records

Identifier: NC31
Abstract Included are minutes of meetings, articles of incorporation, and by laws.

Austin Meat Market Records

Identifier: NC26
Abstract Customers' accounts include lists of goods purchased and amounts owed and paid.

Austin (Nevada Territory) City Surveyor Records

Identifier: NC234
Abstract Book "A" of Surveyor's records includes surveys by G. F. Allardt, City Surveyor, and S. T. Armstrong, Deputy Surveyor; city ordinance creating and defining the office; and tables establishing the official grades of city streets and alleys.

Duncan and Company Correspondence and receipts

Identifier: 95-59
Abstract Included are receipts for goods purchased by Duncan and Company and a letter from John Duncan to William (Bill) Duncan discussing horse trading and the possibility of Howard and Sanchez starting a bank in Austin, Nevada.

Early days in Nevada collection

Identifier: NC386
Abstract Photocopies of a series of articles from the Chico enterprise (California) consisting of recollections of Nelson's years in Nevada with anecdotes concerning the social customs and political life of the era and his life as a miner, with sketches of journalists and political figures of Virginia City. Also included is a sketch of wheat ranching in northern California from 1860-1863 near Nelson.


Identifier: 94-36
Abstract Indenture from Lewis Brady to William C. Harrington, selling lots 21-28 on Main Street, Austin, Nevada Territory.


Identifier: 94-37
Abstract Indenture from H.S. Howes to Orlando Jennings, selling lots in the town of Austin, Nevada Territory.

Letters from A. C. Williams to Leonora Kennedy

Identifier: 2017-46
Overview Albert C. Williams was born in Nevada in 1883 and lived in Austin and Tonopah, Nevada. In 1904 he worked for the Nevada Central Railroad train station, which ran from Austin to Battle Mountain, Nevada and connected to the Southern Pacific. By September of the same year, he found a new job at a bank in Tonopah. Collection contains four letters from Williams to his cousin Leonora Kennedy who lived in Florin, California.

Nevada Company Records

Identifier: NC428
Abstract Nevada mining corporation organized in 1897; head office moved to New York 1942; company dissolved 1971. Company was largely owned by the Anson Phelps Stokes family which operated mining, transportation, and banking enterprises in Nevada and eastern California. Part of the company's property near Berlin, NV as purchased by the State for Ichthyosaurus State Park. The collection includes: Minutes, articles of incorporation, bylaws, stock certificates, legal records, litigation records, financial...