Bingham Mary Copper Company
The Bingham Mary Copper Company (estsblished 1907) was a modest copper company founded by Simon Bamberger in Salt Lake City.
The Bingham Mary Copper Company succeeded the Bingham Mary Mining Company in 1907. It was owned by Simon Bamberger and based in Salt Lake City. The mine was fairly modest with few commercial metals and a tramway to the Rio Grande Western Railroad.
Citation:The Copper Handbook, 1909: 371-372 (Bingham Mary Mining Company, est. 1907 by Bamberger in Salt Lake, modest mine, Rio Grande Railroad)
Found in 1 Collection or Record:
Handwritten and printed stock certificate for the Bingham Mary Copper Company dated 14 Jan. 1907. The item was signed by Bamberger. Also included are photocopies of printed biographies of Bamberger.