Mills and mill-work -- Nevada -- Dayton
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Como Mines Company was a gold and silver mining firm in Dayton, Lyon County, Nevada. Annual report for 1935 by consulting engineer C.W. Van Law discusses work carried out in mining and milling operations, value of ore produced, recommendations for further milling and mining, balance sheet, operating expenses, assets, liabilities, and value of stock. Material between 1935-1936.
Abstract J.M. Douglas was a land owner in Dayton, Nevada. Deed in which J.M. Douglas conveys to W.J. Douglas, property in and around Dayton. Mentioned are quartz and tailings mills, Birdsall's Mill, Lyon Mill and Mining Company, Rock Point Mill Dam, Jones Hay Yard, Ross Ditch, water and ditch rights, and Six Mile Canyon (1903).
Abstract Report on the company provides a history of the works and Dayton; description of the property and equipment; report of quantities of ore processed and gold and silver extracted; summary of assets, values, and working costs; and future prospects.
Abstract Includes building and land deeds and leases in Virginia City, Nevada, 1868-1869; a deed for the Illinois Mill in Dayton, Nevada, 1868; statement for taxes owed by Sharon for property in Washoe County, Nevada, 1875; and notes about property, 1897.
Abstract Adolph Sutro was a key developer in California and Nevada, with significant contributions in mining, real estate, and politics. After taking integral steps toward miner's safety in Virginia city with his Sutro tunnel, Sutro moved to San Francisco and became a land developer, eventually being elected mayor of the city. Included in this collection are deeds for property acquired by Adolph Sutro for his mill in Dayton, Nevada, also referred to as Chinatown and as Nevada City; and a lease...