Mines and mineral resources -- Utah
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript. Tells briefly of mining in Utah and of her father, Stephen B. Moore.
Journal approximately covers the years 1898-1903. Containing very little handwriting, it is mostly full of newspaper clippings related to the Blue Jay Mine in Beaver County, Utah that Teasdale managed when a vein of ore was discovered in December of 1902. The journal also contains several postcards from the Aurora Mining and Milling Company and printed ephemera related to a group Teasdale belonged to called the Ancient Order of United Workmen (A.O.U.W.).
Contains papers relating to the family of J. M. Boutwell. Includes divorce matters (witnesses and questions, depositions, correspondence, complaints, statements of marital conduct, proceedings, alimony and court documentation), correspondence, other legal matters, and business affairs. ca. 1845-1971
Contains financial papers and materials of both J. M. Boutwell himself as well as his family and mining companies he consulted with. Includes checkbooks and stubs, stock notes, stock dividend records, bank statements, bills and receipts, other stock information, and taxes. Some small amout of financial materials are mixed in with other series, but these are those that seem to have been organized and kept separate. ca. 1885-1969
Contains papers and materials relating to J. M. Boutwell's career as a geologist from 1900 to 1945. Includes many mining maps and reports in different regions in Arizona (Bisbee), Utah (Bingham), Mexico (Cananea), and Peru (Cerro de Pasco). Also inludes business and professional correspondence, profesional affiliations, and reports and surveys, many dealing with the United States Geological Survey, which he worked for from 1900 to 1908.
Contains journals, a letter, clippings, and other materials by Teasdale from between 1916 and 1919. Writings deal with family and personal activities in Madera County, California.