Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
The Montana Ore Purchasing Company was a Butte, Montana, mining and smelting company owned by F. Augustus Heinze and John MacGinnis. The company was involved in a long court fight with the Anaconda Copper Mining Company, known as the "War of the Copper Kings." Records include incoming correspondence (1900-1910), outgoing correspondence (1905-1906), court papers, daily smelter reports (August 1905), two journals (1905), an order book (1905-1906), legal documents, and miscellany. There is a small subgroup (1901-1903) for the Butte Plumbing Company.
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Records of Marcus L. Hewett and of several of his businesses -- Marcus Hewett's personal papers consist of a financial journal (1898-1899) and ledger (1898-1903). Other subgroups are the Cataract Copper Mining Company (1903-1904) including correspondence, financial records, legal documents; Boston and Alta Copper Company (1909-1911), including correspondence and minor financial materials; Hewett State Bank (1906-1907), consisting primarily of incoming correspondence; and one item for the Montana Consolidated Copper Company
Finnish American Historical Archive and Museum
Topics include his birth in Sweden; reasons for Scandinavian emigration to the Upper Peninsula; his work in the mines; labor unions; the Italian Hall disaster; ethnic relations; and the French in Lake Linden
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, maps, blueprints, and clippings, relating to the development of Kearny and McNary, Ariz., and other towns in Gila and Pinal counties, Ariz., on land purchased from Kennecott Copper Corporation. Includes material relating to public utilities. Persons represented include Orme Lewis, partner in the Phoenix, Ariz., law firm of Lewis and Roca, legal counsel for the corporation
Hunterdon County Historical Society
Personal and business correspondence, financial records, maps, surveys, legal documents, Civil War affidavits, stock certificates, printed materials, and other papers, reflecting Bartles's law practice, business affairs, and position as community leader; papers of his father, Andrew Bartles, hatter of Tewksbury Township, brother, Frederick Bartles, William H. Bartles, and other family members; and papers of business associates Martin Coryell, Nathaniel Saxton, Alexander Wurts, and others. Subjects include his law practice with Nathaniel Saxton, including cases tried in various Hunterdon, Sussex, and Warren county courts; partnership in Bartles & Vansyckel, a land company; activities with Reading, Fisher & Co. and coal mining in Pennsylvania and Missouri; and affiliation with Flemington Railroad Company, Flemington Water Company, Hunterdon County National Bank, Flemington Presbyterian Church, and Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Oldwick, N.J.
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Correspondence to Benjamin Silliman -- Collection contains letters written to Benjamin Silliman, Jr. from mining operators and officials discussing the copper mining industry and Silliman's role as a mining consultant. Persons and firms represented include Thomas Buggy, R.G. Lansing, and Alice Gold and Silver Mining Company
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
This 1976 National Public Radio (NPR) documentary addresses the overall history of Montana and discusses specifically: the Lewis and Clark expedition; gold mining; the cattle industry; homesteading; the copper-mining and coal-mining industries; the Progressive movement; native-white warfare; the writing of the second Montana constitution in the early 1970s; and the struggle to protect the state's environment and lifestyle. This segment is narrated by Roger Johnson as part of NPR's Bicentennial series entitled "The States of the Union.".
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include James's work as a miner in Philipsburg and Butte from 1907 to the 1950s and the workings of several Philipsburg-area silver, copper, and manganese mines. Phyllis Patten discusses the community of Philipsburg, ca. 1910-1920
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Collection includes personal and business papers of Reno H. Sales -- The Reno Sales subgroup includes scattered diaries (1911-1968), correspondence (1957-1968), writings, clippings, and miscellany. The Valley Ditch Company subgroup includes correspondence (1957-1968), financial records (1945-1965), legal documents, minutes (1906-1964), and organizational materials
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, including early correspondence (before and after their marriage) with Dickinson's wife, Ada V. (Chilson) Dickinson and members of the Chilson family, of Battle Creek, Mich.; financial records; farm diary (1910-1914); souvenir booklet of El Zagal Temple, Fargo, N.D.; United War Work Campaign pamphlets (1918); catalog of W.H. Williams, taxidermist, Grafton, N.D.; information relating to Dickinson's dealings in Great Northern Copper Company, St. Paul, Minn.; and invention designs by his son, Dean Dickinson. Other correspondents include Edwin G. Clapp and Louis B. Hanna


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