Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The Bergs of Round Mountain, 1900-1984: An Historical Sketch
Includes Lucile Rae Berg's master's thesis, A history of the Tonopah area and adjacent region of central Nevada, 1827-1941; oral history of Karl "Skook" Berg and his wife Arleen; genealogical information on the Berg family; and a copy of the BLM report, the Round Mountain land status question.
Tonopah Extension Mining Company cash ledger
This cash account ledger for the company's accounts payable lists name of payee, date, amount paid by company, and bank balance.
Tonopah Home Mining Company prospectus
The Tonopah Home Mining Company was organized in 1903 at Tonopah, Nevada. W.J. Douglas was president. Prospectus attempts to attract investors; at the time the brochure was written, it appeared no development had been undertaken. The prospectus discusses mining history of the region, improvements built or contemplated, names of mining claims of the company, list of officers, and map of mining claims (1903).
The Tonopah ladies
Analysis of presence of cultured women in Tonopah (Nevada) during the boom town period of the early 1900s, using published first-hand accounts and fiction.
Tonopah Resource Area unit resource analysis
Review of historic sites in the Tonopah, Nevada region, including a brief history of each site, photographs, and bibliography. The collection contains material from 1978 created by the United States Bureau of Land Management.
The Tonopah Stampede for Gold and Silver Lithograph
Schmidt Litho. Co. was a lithographic printing company in San Francisco, California. The collection contains one lithograph poster depicting a romanticized version of mining activities in Tonopah, Nevada.