Mills and mill-work -- Nevada
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Contract for Huff and Wilson Cale to chop wood at Harker's Ranch, Reed Canyon, Nevada for C. B. Raymond, agent of the Eureka Steam Quartz Mill at Canyon City, Nevada.
Two letters of the same date from French in Silver City to Mr. Ross describe his ownership of the Union Mill Company and its history; and his broken arm. The collection contains material from January 6, 1899 created by Greeley French.
The Goldfield Consolidated Milling and Transportation Company incorporated under the laws of Wyoming in August 1909 and operated in Goldfield, Nevada; it was a subsidiary owned entirely by the Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company. Collection contains one receipt from the Gutta Percha & Rubber Manufacturing Company in 1916 for the purchase of pure gum rubber sleeves.
The Merrimac Mil Company was a mineral processing mill built two miles below Empire City, Comstock Lode, Nevada in 1861-1862. The collection contains a checkbook from the mill's Bank of California account includes stubs and blank checks.
The Merrimac Mil Company was a mineral processing mill built two miles below Empire City, Comstock Lode, Nevada in 1861-1862. The collection contains a daily account ledger that provides names of mines and individuals with whom the mill did business, and dates and amounts of transactions.es.
Ledgers include records of stock purchased for clients; financial accounts for mining ventures, real estate and mining property; invoices; and a letterpress copybook of Robinson's correspondence to company officers in New York.
Founded in 1878 by Walter Scott Hobart and General S. H. Marlette on the east shore of Lake Tahoe, the Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company provided lumber to the mines of Virginia City and Gold Hill, Nevada. Collection contains an expense ledger, a revenue check, paystubs, and daily log reports.
Included are correspondence; payroll records; day book of stores; and loose reports, correspondence, and maps of mines in the area. Reports by geologists include history and geology of the area and prospects for development; payrolls list employees (including Chinese), wages, rent, store bill and board owed.