Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada -- Tonopah
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Southwestern Nevada Mines Company was a mining operation in Nye County, Nevada. These articles of incorporation define the purposes of the corporation, identify its principal offices, and list members of the board of directors, who included Charles E. Morris and Malcolm L. Macdonald. Also included is a balance sheet, 1906-1908.
Abstract Includes the seventh annual report to stockholders, 1909; mineral patent, 1908; and certificate of incorporation, 1914, for the MacNamara Mining and Milling Company. The report lists directors and officers, production figures, mining and development costs, underground developments, receipts, and disbursements. The MacNamara Mining and Milling Company was a mining company in Tonopah, Nevada.
Abstract The Monarch Pittsburgh Mining Company was incorporated in Nevada in 1913 and succeeded the Monarch Pittsburgh Extension Mining Company, located near Tonopah, Nevada. While work began around 1903 or 1904 on shafts, only small quantities of ore were developed from additional explorations which appeared in 1913 continuing until about 1927. Ledger lists expenses which date from January 1926 to October 1932.
Abstract The Tonopah Exploration Company Mine is in White Pine, Nevada. This collection includes bylaws from 1909 which delineate responsibilities of officers, stockholders and executive committee, as well as governing regulations for conducting business. One of the directors was Key Pittman.
Overview The Tonopah Gold Mountain Mining Company was incorporated on July 18, 1902, under the laws of Arizona. Offices were located in Tonopah, Nevada. The collection contains three stock certificates from 1906 and 1909.