Alvin Mosch Papers
Scope and Contents
Collection contains copies of typed manuscripts: "The One-Hundred Dollar Bill" concerns silver mining, Poor Slob Mine, working in Central City lab; "Crime and Punishment" outlines Mosch's involvement in capturing a drug dealer; letter to "Fellow Miner" on government mining regulations; photocopies of newspaper clippings on Mosch; letter to "Mining Claim Owner" on tax revenues from mines.
- Mosch, Alvin J., 1930- (Person)
Language of Materials
Material is in English.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
All requests for permission to publish, reproduce, or quote from material in the collection should be discussed with the appropriate librarian or archivist. Permission for publication may be given on behalf of the Denver Public Library as the owner of the physical item. It is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained by the customer. The Library does not assume any responsibility for infringement of copyright or publication rights of the manuscript held by the writer, heirs, donors, or executors. Reproduction restrictions are decided on a case-by-case basis.
Biographical / Historical
Alvin J. Mosch was an independent miner in Idaho Springs, Colorado.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Alvin Mosch, 1987.
Catalog record based on preliminary inventory.
- Finding Aid for the Alvin Mosch Papers
- Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
- Description rules
- Anglo American Cataloguing Rules
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