Pacific Lutheran University - Special Collections and Archives Department
Collection contains the records of American Lutheran Church in Baker, Montana
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence between Strever and William Eno, lawyer and promoter, also of Pine Plains, N.Y., relating to Strever's oil drilling and leasing operations with partner Benjamin Tupper at Tarr Farm, Venango County, Pa., Eno's activities to secure credit for Strever, and Strever's belief that his mounting debts could be paid off
Senator John Heinz History Center
Typescript of an address for the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania 1936 tour
California State University, Long Beach
Presents the oral histories of four men involved in discovering the cause of subsidence in Long Beach harbor, their efforts to stop it and to resolve the question of ownership of the local tidelands. The narrators describe the scientific and political controversies that led to a program of water injection to stop the sinking of the land under Long Beach. They also discuss the legal battle to decide which political entities have an interest in revenue from oil pumped out from under the tidelands. The narrators also describe other activities in which they engaged, including working for real estate companies owned by the Bixby family, giving public relations advice to local businesses and projects, and evaluating proposed solutions to local subsidence and examples of subsidence in other places
University of Oklahoma - Bizzell Memorial Library
Historian. Correspondence (1985-1999) and research materials (1904-2000) compiled by Ray Miles for his dissertation and biography on oilman Thomas Baker Slick, titled King of the Wildcatters: The Life and Times of Tom Slick, 1883-1930
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Papers consist mainly of Bretschneider's subject files (1929-1964) kept while he was working independently, which contain correspondence, reports, statements and photographs and concern petroleum and mining companies, and mines and petroleum fields mainly in the Rocky Mountains. From the time period Bretschneider was working with Midwest Refining Company and Midwest Exploration Company, there are albums of photographs (1920s) of oil fields and wells, equipment and workers. There are also some biographical materials
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains company correspondence (1924-1964); legal documents relating to leases of oil fields; well logs and production reports; stock certificate books and reports to stockholders; materials relating to the National Stripper Well Association (1936-1938) and the Oklahoma Stripper Well Association (1938-1940); and photographs of oil wells in Oklahoma
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection contains financial records, including reports (1954-1959), oil and gas sales records (1953-1958), monthly operating reports especially for the Elk Basin and Lance Creek fields (1948-1960), federal and state tax reports (1927-1955), financial statements (1933-1958), correspondence, company histories, stock transfers and ledgers
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The R.J. Dilger papers contains well survey logs, reports, geological evaluations, field notebooks related to geology, oil and petroleum; newspaper clippings; correspondence (1944-1963), assignments, agreements and geological maps. The collection also contains photo albums with various images of the Fred Mannin Inc. Manning-Harrington Press Maintenance Plant
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The Hines papers consist of diaries, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs related to the life of William Hines


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