University of Oregon - Archives of Northwest Folklore
Emily Fulstone was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
University of Oregon - Archives of Northwest Folklore
Anonymous was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
Nevada Historical Society
Ledger and journal books, and other financial papers chiefly relating to Florio's business activities including a general store, hotel, saloon, and boarding house in Ruby Hill, Eureka County, Nev., the Brown Hotel which he operated in Eureka, Nev., and his ranch and livestock business in the Eureka area
Nevada Historical Society
Photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and personal financial documents -- Includes items relating to her husband, Vernon T. Brown (d.1955), photographs and correspondence of Nevada Supreme Court justice Cameron Batjer, photographs of a club meeting being held in Reno's Mapes Hotel, and a stock certificate issued to Brown by Tahoe Helicopters, Inc., in 1958
Nevada Historical Society
Chiefly correspondence relating to Scrugham's term as governor of Nevada; together with scrapbooks, clippings, photographs, and other items -- Correspondents include Heber H. Rice, Fay Perkins, Vernon Metcalf, Harley Harmon, and Wallie Gelatt
Nevada Historical Society
Correspondence and business records pertaining chiefly to Snyder's mining activities in eastern Nevada, notably the operation of the Pioche Assay Office and the Doris Mill and Mining Company, both of which were at Pioche, Nev. Included are letters (a few of which are personal), memoranda, receipts, shipping orders, notebooks containing mining and geological data, assay records, and a 1931 report by J.C. Ingersoll on six mines in the Delamar Mining District, Nev
Nevada Historical Society
Henry Rolfe correspondence relating chiefly to his activities as mining stockbroker, life insurance agent, and grand master of Free And Accepted Masons in Nevada -- Correspondents include W.H. Blauvelt, James H. Kinkead, John Landers, and Zadig, Wollberg & Company
Nevada Historical Society
Primarily legal and financial documents including materials relating to Muller's "Hair Dressing and Bathing" parlor and his executorship with brother Victor Muller, of their deceased brother Albert G. Muller's estate and the guardianship of his son, Albert L. Muller; and Jacob Muller's land holdings, business interests, and mining ventures, most notably the Carson and Arizona Gold and Silver Mining Company (also known as the Carson Gold and Silver Mining Company), of which he was a founder in 1877
Nevada Historical Society
Correspondence, business records, and printed materials relating to his mining and other business activities and the celebration of his one hundredth birthday in 1939 -- Includes documents relating to the Standard Sugar Company, a Nevada corporation of which Colcord was president and director in 1894; typed copies of letters and documents labeled "Public papers while governor"; congratulatory letters from prominent individuals including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Herbert C. Hoover, John W. Bricker, Darius O. Mills, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., on his one hundredth birthday; correspondence regarding his various mining pursuits; and autobiographical writings
Nevada Historical Society
Chiefly printed matter relating to Myrick's research into western railroads and other early methods of transportation; together with a small amount of correspondence