Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada
Found in 171 Collections and/or Records:
Power of attorney
Power of attorney to John M. More to sell and dispose of all Smith's mining properties in Nevada Territory. The collection contains material from March 23, 1863 created by Ephraim Smith.
Public Resource Associates Records
Agreements Regarding Rawhide Coalition Mine Stock
Legal agreements transferring stock in the Rawhide Coalition Mine, located in Rawhide, Nevada. The collection contains material from 1908-1910 created by the Rawhide Coalition Mine.
Raycraft and Rives Family Papers
Reese River Mining District Recorder Records
Reese River was a mining district in Lander County, Nevada. Contains books D and E of mining district records recording notices of location of mining claims and proofs of work.
Report to stockholders
Princess Maude Gold Mining Company was a gold mine at Tonopah, Nevada. Collection contains report from October 11, 1905 to stockholders by W. F. Kane, President; details work done on the mine; equipment purchased; and news of the surrounding district.
Report Upon the General Mining Conditions of the Eureka District, Nevada
Report includes list of mining claims with leases expiring in 1933 and other claims in the district, mining history of the district from 1865, types and classifications of ores found, local smelting conditions, discussion of the Eureka and Palisade Railway, conclusion of the consulting engineer, and two maps.
Agreement Between James T. Kane and H. H. Leighton Regarding Reward Mining Claims
Agreement between James T. Kane and H. H. Leighton, transferring Kane's lease and option on the Reward Mining Claims, located in Dunlop Canyon, east of Mina, Mineral County, Nevada.
Prospectus and letter on Rich Gulch
Letter from the W. C. Cox & Company stock brokers to Mr. C. E. Morris advises of the investment opportunities in the Rich Gulch company. The collection contains material from 1907 created by the Rich Gulch Wonder Mining Company.
Eugene N. Robinson business records
Ledgers include records of stock purchased for clients; financial accounts for mining ventures, real estate and mining property; invoices; and a letterpress copybook of Robinson's correspondence to company officers in New York.