Lumber trade -- Nevada
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Letter of September 16, 1877 to G. Nicholos on delivering cords of wood
The Carson and Tahoe Lumber and Fluming Company was organized in 1873 with Duane L. Bliss as president and general manger and H. M. Yerington, D. O. Mills and J. A. Rigby as stockholders. It was probably the largest and most extensive lumber operation serving the mines of the Comstock. Collection includes correspondence, company papers, land related documents, financial accounts, lumber statistics and maps from 1858-1946.
The Eureka and California Lumber Company was a lumber dealer in Eureka, Nevada later known as the J. H. Hoegh Lumber Company. The collection contains invoices and two accounting ledgers.
Invoices for the purchase of timber from Goldfield Lumber Company, located in Goldfield, Nevada, 1905.
The Pacific Wood, Lumber and Flume Company was incorporated in January 1875 for the purpose of cutting timber and manufacturing lumber as well as developing flumes in northern Nevada. The collection contains records of operation, including titles of real estate and water rights, correspondence between trustees, a time book, account ledgers, articles of incorporation, and agreements with other companies.
The Southern Development Company of Nevada was incorporated on October 6, 1881. Among the stated purposes of the company were to buy and sell land, build and operate toll roads, locate and hold water rights and privileges in order to construct waterways and systems, and to acquire lands for timbering. Collection contains correspondence, company papers, land related documents, financial accounts, township plats and maps between 1880-1957.
Scrapbook of clippings of articles about the mill and employees, poetry, and photographs, possibly compiled by the C.R. Carter family. Letter from mill manager J.F. Condon instructs Thomas E. Hoydon on tasks to be carried out in Condon's absence.