Gold mines and mining -- Utah -- Salem -- History
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include bank statements, receipts from various companies, and a wedding announcement. Most of the materials are signed or addressed to Spencer Woodward. Dated 1910-1912.
Materials include letters written between Benjamin Franklin Woodward and Benjamin Spencer Woodward, along with other letters to and from family members and business associates. The authors discuss family matters, mining, and business. Dated 1909-1912.
Ink sketch map of the Koyle Relief Mine, also known as the 'Dream Mine,' located in Salem, Utah (31 x 38 cm). The creator of the map is unidentified, and the item is undated, but it appears to be an original. The map includes a 21-item key, and is traced in pencil on the reverse of the sheet (minus some of the shading), producing a backwards image.
Typewritten history of the "Dream Mine." Most of the information for this article was received from John Hyrum Koyle, the founder of the mine. Also included are notes on "Koyle Mining Co. Stock Holder's Meeting," and a "Statement" made by Carter E. Grant. This statement is letters written by Grant relating to the mine. These items relate some of the dreams and revelations by Koyle concerning the mine and future events.
C. F. Weight, a worker of the "Dream Mine," relates how he met and worked in the gold mine for Bishop Koyle. The narration includes numerous spiritual experiences concerning Koyle's farm, his mission, and his founding and directing of the mine's operations. Koyle saw how everything was to be done in a series of dreams.
Materials include family letters, photographs, and ephemera dealing with family matters, business, and mining activities in Utah and Nevada. Dated 1909-1912.