Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Drawings include a compass and sketch map, compass survey, and sketch plan of the mine's claims, all drawn by P.W. Racey.
Ruth Hilts (1923- ) is a Nevada-based artist who works in a variety of mediums including watercolor, acrylics, and charcoal. The Ruth Hilts Papers consist of materials from her personal life and artistic career. Materials include papers, original artwork, photographs, and paint pigments.
Watercolor drawings of Pyramid Lake, Nevada, in winter and spring. The collection contains material from 1914 created by Gilbert Natches.
Robert A. Griffen (1899-1974) was a writer, painter, and illustrator of Western Americana with special interest in the Montana Blackfoot. Collection contains five original Christmas card drawings by Robert Griffen circa 1944. The drawings depict various scenes typically centered around cowboys and horses. Two drawings depict what appears to be explorers (possibly Spanish) riding with a Native American on foot nearby. Only one of the five drawings is signed with a date.
Sketches and a woodcut of Nevada scenes by Lewis Carleton Ryan, a brief typescript essay on ghost towns, and an essay/broadside about Ryan by Alan Robert Murray. Sketches include scenes of Virginia City and Rhyolite, Nevada and the desert which range from 1927-1930.
Drawings of the forty-foot level shafts and of the layout of tunnels one and two of the Keystone Workings mine in Manhattan, Nevada. The collection contains material from Keystone Workings mine; this includes drawings and prints of the mine shaft system.