Mines and mineral resources -- Colorado -- Clear Creek County.
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains Indentures, agent commissions, Masonic appointments, prospectus of the Seven-Twenty Mining and Milling Company, mining deeds and other records.
Collection contains a diary which records work at Terrible Mine and other company tunnels: Brown, Chelsea Beach, Silver Ore, Union.
Letter from W.A. Pollvet (manager of Capital Mining Company) discusses development of Capital Mine and possible consolidation with East Red Elephant.
Collection contains letters from Louis C. Damarin, Portsmouth, Ohio to R. A. Pomeroy, Georgetown, Colo.; letters concern Damarin's investments in mining properties in Empire district, Clear Creek County, Colo.
Collection contains three letters to B. C. Catren (b.England, Dec. 1861), Mine Superintendent, regarding investments, taxes and disposition of property.
Collection contains an abstract ledger for mines in Clear Creek County, Colo.; describes location of lodes and amount of ore taken from each lode.
Two letter books of Richard A. Pomeroy, Georgetown, Colo. agent for the company. Also one letter book of agents Cyrus and William Mendenhall.
Collection contains correspondence and notice of stockholders' meeting.
Letters from Hall to Custer concerning development and sale of the Stevens Mine, Georgetown, Colo.