Sutro Tunnel (Nev.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Two letters from L.F.J. Wrinkle and James A. Yerington outline the location of veins of silver ore to be developed and the purposes of the company.,Also included is a list of company officers.
Dates: 1897; 1906
Abstract The Exchequer Silver Mine is near Virginia City, Nevada. Historically the site has been part of the Comstock Lode-Gold Hill Mining District. This collection includes agreements from between the Exchequer Mining Company as part of the United Comstock Pumping Association and the Sutro Tunnel Company concerning the Sutro Tunnel; a list of papers on file with the Exchequer Company, compiled after 1912; an agreement with the Truckee River General Electric Company and the United Comstock Pumping...
Abstract Letter from James M. Meehan, foreman of the Sutro Tunnel, in Lundy, Mono County, California to H. H. Slosson regarding a quartz vein cut [the Garfield Vein] by the south lateral of the Sutro Tunnel, ca 1881 and present prospects for working it.
Dates: March 4, 1909
Abstract Miscellaneous items about Nevada subjects include Sutro Tunnel agreement mining laws of Reese River, Marysville, Mt. Airy, Peavine, White Pine, and Spruce Mountain mining districts theater playbills from Carson City paper on the Shoshone Indian dialect Nevada-California boundary messages and reports from state officials constitutions and bylaws of the Gold Hill Fire Department, Carson City Knights of Pythias, Gold Hill Miners' Union, and Washoe Typographical Union no. 65 and a 1885...
Abstract Research notes compiled by Stewart for his University of California dissertation on Adolph Sutro. The collection contains material from 1957-1958 created by Robert Ernest Stewart.
Overview The Sutro Tunnel Company was organized by Adolph Sutro for the purpose of constructing a drainage tunnel under the Comstock Lode in Virginia City, Nevada. Records related to organizing, publicizing, funding and constructing the Sutro Tunnel.,Included are transcripts of a court case; correspondence, which consist of letters and construction reports from company secretary Pelham W. Ames to Sutro; deeds; superintendents' reports; speeches; prospectus; certificate of incorporation and by-laws;...