Lumber trade -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Overview 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.
Abstract Pacific Wood, Lumber and Flume Company was a lumber company incorporated in 1875 for purposes of cutting, fluming, and manufacturing lumber and wood in eastern California and western Nevada; also to buy and sell real estate. In 1907 the company forfeited rights to transact business in California and was subsequently purchased in 1972 by Robert Leland. Correspondence, deeds, minutes, agreements, appraisal reports, land patents, and maps related to Leland's acquisition of the company's property,...