Agriculture and Natural Resources
Found in 734 Collections and/or Records:
Two handwritten and signed letters. One of the items is dated Dec. 13, 1879 and is addressed to the editors of "The Economist" in Boston. It is a request for securing aid and cooperation of "eastern capitalists" in the development of a mining property in Utah. The other item is dated April 10, 1883 and describes the progress of mines being developed in Montana.
Contains the mining records of the Tintic Mining Company and other mining company records in the states of Utah and Colorado including journal ledgers, cash ledgers, stockholder ledgers, and minute ledgers from 1872-1971.
Contains disbursements, general, ore, and cash ledgers of the Colorado Consolidated Mining Company dating from 1905-1937. Some references are made to the Tintic Standard Mining Company.
Handwritten and signed letter addressed to A. J. Comstock and dated October 1835. H. M. Comstock writes about how logs may be cut up most effectively into lumber and presents tables on how this is best to be accomplished.
Typewritten copy of a report on cooperative bargaining associations in agriculture in the United States.
Handwritten personal correspondence and printed business letters pertaining to silver mining in New Mexico (1861-1904), diary by Edward Copely about his journeys as a gold miner through Washington (1861), and genealogy of the Saunders, Little, and Abbott families. Also available are photographs of Edward and Susan Copely in the BYU Photo Archives.