Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Lela Halsell Hempton's memoirs reveal her life as a child on a family farm in southwest Missouri; the family's move to Columbia, near Goldfield, Nevada, in 1904; childhood on the Nevada frontier; education, early teaching career in rural Nevada schools, and married life. Material from 1975.
Abstract Newsletter to clients advising of mining conditions in Goldfield and Bullfrog Mining District, Nevada, and of investment market conditions affecting the mining stock market.
Abstract Collection contains a seminar paper which analyses the involvement of the United Mine Workers in the Goldfield (Nevada) miners' strike of 1906-1908, the union's part in organizing the International Workers of the World, and whether the principles supported by either organization reflected the aspirations of the workers they represented. Material created by Ann Harvey in 1983.
Abstract Protests filed by Phenix with Judge Theron Stevens, 7th Judicial District of Nevada, against Stevens issuing any deed or conveyance to Goldfield claims owned by Phenix:
Overview Novakclub, Inc. was founded in the late 1920s by Joe Novak, a professional golfer and golf instructor, in San Francisco. Operations soon after relocated to Goldfield, Nevada. The Novakclub was a patented "All-In-One" adjustable golf club. The collection contains materials that documents company operations including financial information, customer correspondence, orders, and miscellaneous operational records from 1926-1944.
Abstract Protest filed by settlers of Goldfield against claims of the Silver Pick Lode Mining Claim and the Goldfield Silver Pick Mining Company, asserting that the claims filed were intended to acquire townsite land, rather than to use for mining.
Dates: October 1907
Abstract Script/story about W. D. "Billy" Murray, who in 1906 served as an informal bank in Goldfield, Nevada.
Dates: August 18, 1941
Overview Red Hill Florence Mining Company was incorporated in 1916 and located in the Goldfield Mining District, Goldfield, Nevada. Collection contains correspondence regarding the mine and employee accident reports form 1921-1924.
Overview In 1918, the Atlanta Mines Company was reorganized and incorporated in Nevada as the Reorganized Atlanta Mining Company and owned 74 acres in the Goldfield Mining District. The collection contains materials that documents a small portion of company operations during its merger with the other companies to create the Goldfield Deep Mines Company of Nevada including stockholder and financial information.
Overview The Goldfield Blue Bull Mining Company was incorporated in 1912 to acquire title to the property of the Blue Bull Mining Company, which was sold at a sheriff's sale on June 14, 1912. Collection includes materials documenting a small portion of company operations including stockholder information and financial information.