State Library of Victoria
Letters 1969-1978, from John Byrnes to his family in Cheltenham; discusses his work as a helicopter pilot for a mineral company in areas including Papua New Guinea, Western Australia, and Queensland; also diary 8 January - February, 1972 concerning travelling to and from, and working in the Antarctic
State Library of Victoria
Comprises letters about mining in Bendigo and West Africa, mining documents, and a small number of family letters, one from Gallipoli, ca. 1902-1917
State Library of Western Australia
Journal 22 November 1849 - 17 February 1850 describing several journeys from Champion Bay to Geraldine mine with military escort taking provisions, etc. to mine site; work at mine; specimen samples of lead and copper; list of goods
University of Oregon
The Borthwick family papers includes diaries, letters, and business papers of Alexander E. Borthwick (1845-1917), a Civil War veteran, railroad engineer and government servant who came to Portland in 1869. His diaries and letters cover all the activities of his life. In addition there are forty volumes of miscellaneous ledgers, cash books, journals, and copybooks relating to his various enterprises. Also included are the letters (1902-1948) of his son, William L. Borthwick (born 1881), an engineer and Klansman. William Borthwick was married to Ruth Millard, stepdaughter of Alban G. Saunders of Redlands, California, and the letters and diaries of the Saunders family (1887-1920) are included in the collection. The Borthwick photographs consist of a dozen family portraits and two albums: a portrait collection dated 1874 (tintypes and albums) and a snapshot album of Western mines c. 1910
University of Oregon
The collection includes an account book, time roll, and check book
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Primarily letters, with a small amount of printed material and photographs -- Most of the letters were written by John F. Armstrong to his mother, Annette F. Armstrong, to his wife, Anne Armstrong, and other family members, describing his work in the mining industry in Mexico, and personal matters. Letters from a 1929 tour of Europe are also included
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Letters, notes and legal documents concerning gold and mines in Texas and Mexico -- Included is a letter describing gold or treasure hidden near the town of Oakland, Texas in 1846, and notes on the location. The remaining material consists of legal documents concerning the Tres Amigos mine in the state of Durango, Mexico, particularly the involvement of Andres J. Reese
University of Texas Libraries
Papers relate to the career of Johnson (1893-1947), industrial economist and geographer with the University of Texas Bureau of Business Research and staff member of Texas Business Review, and concern his research and writing on natural resources, industrialization, physiography, geology and metallurgy as well as Texas and the Southwest. Included are speeches, articles, lecture notes, reports, proceedings, press releases, and newspaper clippings
Library of Virginia
Includes the correspondence of Benjamin P. Owen, Clerk to the Commission (1908-1914), and minutes and memoranda of commission meetings (1908-19-12). The majority of the correspondence is with Thomas L. Watson, director of the State Geological Survey Commission, and mainly deals with financial matters related to to the survey
Library of Virginia
These records contain letters received from William E.A. Aikin, James B. Rogers and William Barton Rogers, and accounts and receipts for expenses of the geological survey of Virginia, covering the years 1837-1845, 1849, 1851-1853

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