Mines and mineral resources -- California -- Bodie
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Progress reports from Holmes to Van Dyck Hubbard report on progress in sinking a shaft, assays of the ore, and machinery in use.
This letter from Ginn to "Friend Keating" [R. P. Keating] on letterhead of the Daily and weekly Bodie standard newspaper describes a rich strike of gold ore at the Summit Mine in Bodie. Ginn confirms the strike and William Irwin's assessment of it (Irwin was superintendent of the Summit and the Standard, Bulwer, and Double Standard mines).
Moore's letter on stationery of the University Gold Mining Company of Bodie to R. P. Keating details his recent acquisition of two gold-bearing ledges in Bodie and describes their size and the conditions for working them.
Mining company in Bodie, California which was a subsidiary of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad Company of Nevada; also referred to as the East Savage Mining Company. Collection contains invoices from 1877 for work performed in the mine and for supplies from Bodie businesses, including Bryant and Company.