Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
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 Genoa Flue Company was a company which operated a water flume near the town of Genoa, Douglas County, Nevada. Included in this collection are tax statements, insurance document, list of land wanted, and township plat maps from 1874-1897.
P. N. Marker was owner of a flume which transported lumber from Mt. Rose to Washoe City and Pleasant Valley, Nevada. Included is a location notice filed by Marker and Christian Bastian for the Marker and Bastian's Lower Extension Flume from Mt. Rose to Washoe City and Pleasant Valley, with plat map of the extension flume and its connections with Galena Creek and the Brown and Eagen Flume; and bill of sale for food and sundries by Marker to Robert Pitchur, between 1875-1876.
The Markleeville Flume Company was incorporated in Nevada in 1873, with J. R. Johnson, George Spratt, and H. M. Yerington as trustees and Yerington also serving as president. The company was engaged in cutting and fluming wood on land in Alpine County, California. Collection includes company papers, correspondence, deeds and financial accounts between 1872-1875.
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.
Parker and Tobey Firm was a business in Carson City, Nevada. Included are invoices, bank books, cancelled checks, payrolls, time sheets, and a contract with Hobart and Marlett to assist in fluming lumber to Franktown, south of Reno, Nevada. Dates range from 1878-1896.