Agriculture and Natural Resources
Found in 729 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.
The three letters of this collection were written on 1, 12, and 23 March 1962. The first and last of these were written by Bennett to William M. Timmins, Jr., (1936- ), and the second was written by Timmins. The letters deal with the topics of free trade and the lead-zinc mining industry.
Three ALS's in which Betts describes his invention of a gold washer of concentrator of fine gold. Includes a pencil drawing. He also describes his efforts to patent his invention and its use on the Snake River in Idaho. Betts sought Van Alstyne's support for and use of his invention.
Tax papers (1904-1947), company correspondence (1909-1947), financial records including incoming statements and bank statements (1914-1929), financial papers for individual companies (1907-1953), mining bulletins (1926-1928), and over 200 maps and plans. The materials relate to the operations of the company and to the corporations in which it invested. Most of these companies were involved either in mining or in railroads.
Brief typewritten biography of a Mormon Church leader, carpenter and farmer and his wife, two photocopies of Latter-day Saint Church family group sheets, a magazine clipping and a photograph of Montierth and his wife.
The collection contains typewritten biographies of Glen E. Nielson that was read when he was given an honorary doctor's degree at Brigham Young University. Nielson organized the Huskie Oil Company and served in numerous community and Mormon Church positions.