Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Comstock Lode is a region on the eastern slope of Mt. Davidson in the Virginia Range of western Nevada. The area produced one of the largest silver lodes ever discovered. The map of Comstock Lode Extending Down Gold Canon was drawn by G. T. Brown, the San Francisco-based lithographer, and depicts Comstock Lode mine claims, locations of mills, and mining works in color.
Identifier: AC 0191
Overview The Agricultural Experiment Station began with the 1887 Hatch Act, to develop agricultural research and education. In addition, during the 1930s, it worked with other federal and state agencies, including the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, the Nevada Emergency Relief Administration, the Farm Credit Administration, and Indian Field Service on several projects. In 1939, the Experiment Station, together with the U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics and the Nevada Agricultural Extension...
Identifier: AC 0566
Abstract Linda Newman was the Maps Librarian for the University of Nevada, Reno Libraries, overseeing the move of the Mines & Maps Library from Getchell Library into the DeLaMare Library in the 1990s. The Linda Newman Collection includes curricular material, maps, records for the Mines and Map Libraries, donor information, Mackay Centennial material, and U.S.G.S. material.
Exhibit Maps of Real Del Monte Consolidated Gold & Silver Mining Company vs. B. F. Porter, B. J. Haslett, et al., Nevada Territory Supreme Court Case 57
Overview Established on August 31, 1860, the Real Del Monte Gold and Silver Mining Company was located on Last Chance Hill in the Esmeralda Mining District just outside Aurora, Mono County, California (then Aurora, Mineral County, Nevada). Collection contains three exhibit maps in the 1863 lawsuit of the Real Del Monte Mining Company vs. Pond Mining Company.