Silver mines and mining -- Nevada -- Virginia City
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Brower, Deputy Assessor for Storey County, Nevada, to "Friend Burnett" describing his job, the weather, and mining conditions in Virginia City, Nevada. The collection contains material from October 22, 1866 created by Henry J. Brower.
Chollar-Potosi Mining Company was a silver mine in the Comstock Lode, Virginia City, Nevada. Includes accounts for milling of ore; payroll for December 1875.
The Consolidated Imperial Mining Company was a silver mining company at Virginia City, Nevada. It was dissolved on March 16, 1922. The collection includes articles and certificate of incorporation, minutes and agreements.
C. A. Luckhardt was a mining engineer. Collection contains a detailed report by Luckhardt to R.W. Raymond of New York, possibly commissioned by Adolf Sutro, on the history, physical properties, and future of the Comstock Lode of Nevada on September 20, 1868.
Mechanics lien and court documents between 1892-1903 filed by Oliver Lonkey and E.R. Smith (Lonkey and Smith) against the Bullion Mining Company for failure to pay for lumber and drayage. The agreement of 1903 enabled the Bullion Mining company, Julia Mining Company, Savage Mining Company and others to form the Ward Shaft Association and to use the Ward Shaft to drain water from their mines.
Utah Gold and Silver Mining Company was a silver mine at Virginia City, Nevada. Includes monthly cash accounts, 1876-1884; report of operations, 1886-1888; and deeds for the Eliza Bradbury Ledge and the Utah Silver Mining Company and Santa Rita Mining Company, 1860-1863.