Montana State University - Special Collections and Archives
Maps of claims for the Cooke City and New World mining districts of Park County, Mont
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection consists of letters mainly of James Bertenshaw written to Mary Bertenshaw while he was enroute and after he arrived in Montana, with a few of Mary's letters written to James. There are a few letters written to James in 1861-1862 from his cousin, Maurice J. Williams while he was serving in the Civil War with the 36th Indiana Infantry Regiment, Company G. Also included are a few scattered family letters after 1866 mainly between Mary and her family
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection includes a photocopy of Livermore's autobiography, written between 1937 and 1950; a photocopied diary, labeled "log book," for 1915-1938; correspondence (1889-1965), including North American Mines, Inc. and Hutchinson and Livermore; photocopies of an unidentified ledger (1882-1914); information on enterprises involving Bulkeley Wells; materials on the Smuggler Union Mine, Smuggler Union Mining Company, and the Telluride, Colorado area; photographs; engineering reports and pamphlets; a speech by Livermore; and miscellaneous materials
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Most of the materials relate directly to the Lathrop's sheep ranching operations. There is correspondence (1916-1963), chiefly to and from Howard Lathrop, regarding grazing lands and wool marketing; grazing applications (1935-1945); articles and circulars (1935-1955); contracts and agreements (1909-1961); deeds (1919-1946); legal documents (1922-1953); financial and income tax statements (1932-1957); 6 maps showing locations of the Lathrop grazing lands; grazing permits and licenses (1935-1950); and miscellaneous ranching related materials. There are also ledgers of the Gold King Consolidated Mines Company (1908-1911) and the Gold King Extension Mines Company (1918-1924)
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
Gold fever once led Central Massachusetts residents to dig mines (Worcester Telegram, Suburban South-West, Worcester, Mass., Monday, January 27, 1975) -- Old clipping reveals gold fever in W. Brookfield (County Courier, vol. 4, no. 24. Thursday, May 1, 1975)
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains a handwritten autobiography of E.D. Swan, along with a handwritten transcription by Blanche Swan (1912-1913); carbon copies of 54 letters by E.D. Swan, some of which were written to Laramie attorneys Melville C. Brown and N.E. Corthell; a military commission and military pension papers; biographical and genealogical miscellany; memorabilia; a photograph album and photographs; and family bibles. There are also more than 100 artifacts collected by Swan family members including North and South American Indian baskets and clay vessels, a spinning wheel, and furniture
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection includes mining and exploration studies (local and regional), prospect reports, data and maps (including geochemical, geophysical, drilling, assay, claim, and sample location), and general files (including documents, correspondence, aerial photographs, etc.) that are the scientific product of the Anaconda Company's ninety-year program of exploration and development throughout the world
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection includes mining reports, maps, legal documents, and business correspondence related to Lindsley's mining interests. United States files include materials on over forty states, with extensive files on Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming mining properties. Foreign country files are global in scope, with most extensive coverage of Canada, Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Mauritania, Morocco, Nicaragua, and Peru and lesser amounts on many other countries. Most commercially important metals, minerals and fuel resources are represented
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The majority of the collection consists of correspondence (1871-1916) and telegrams (1871-1900) documenting the career of Mr. Harpending. There are also some miscellaneous legal documents (1867-1877) and memorabilia
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection includes correspondence (1944-1981); manuscripts of articles, some in Spanish (1925-1981); reports (1932-1962), including many related to Compania Minera de Guatemala and its Caquipec Mine and Mill; maps; photographs and negatives; files related to mining history; several motion pictures on Mexico and Alaska; "Volcano," a 16mm film with accompanying audio cassette soundtrack; approximately 35 reels of microfilm of early Mexican documents; notebooks (1931-1932); and miscellaneous other materials

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