Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada
Found in 171 Collections and/or Records:
Alfred Merritt Smith Papers
Agreements regarding Split Fraction Mining Claim
Agreements in which L. Harpending sells his claims to the Split Fraction located in the Jefferson Mining District near Round Mountain, Nye County, Nevada.
Financial record of stock transactions for the Red Hill Mining Company in Goldfield, Nevada between 1907-1908.
Study of the hanging-wall vein system of the north end of the Comstock Lode
Study undertaken as a senior project in mining engineering to study the East and Hardy Veins and the Bonanza ore shoot in the north portion of the Comstock Lode, Nevada, in an effort to discover the possibilities of undiscovered ore deposits. Created by Robert Eli Kendall in 1948.
Report on Sundstorm-Kendall Consolidated Mining Company
Report to the Nevada Tax Commission on the financial status of the company during the first six months of 1913 includes names of owners, assets, liabilities, production data and balance sheet.
Sweetwater Mining Company Records
Record of deposits and expenditures.,Expenditure entries include name of check recipient, amount, and goods or services purchased. The collection contains material from 1885-1886 created by the Sweetwater Mining Company.
Agreement between James O. Swinney and John F. Lewis
James O. Swinney was a Nevada miner, originally from Howard County, Missouri. Collection contains agreement (1875) between Swinney and John F. Lewis, also of Howard County, for Lewis to appraise Swinney's mining property at Spruce Mountain, Nevada; and an additional agreement (1876) regarding Swinney's investments in other states.
Tenabo Mill and Mining Company Records
Included are correspondence; payroll records; day book of stores; and loose reports, correspondence, and maps of mines in the area. Reports by geologists include history and geology of the area and prospects for development; payrolls list employees (including Chinese), wages, rent, store bill and board owed.
A thousand miles of desert and mountains: a prospecting trip across Nevada and over the Sierras
Josephine C. Scott was married to miner and prospector, George R. Scott. She wrote about mining and construction in Nevada. Collection contains three volumes (of the original 4 volumes) depict the Scott's prospecting journey through southern Nevada, Death Valley, eastern California/western Nevada along the Walker River, and through Bridgeport over Sonora Pass. Created between March 14-September 9, 1914.
Agreement of Stock Owners of Tonopah Amalgamated Mining Company
Agreement wherein owners of shares of stock in the company agree to turn that stock over to M. Scheeline for sale.