Utah Copper Co.
- Existence: 1903 - 1936
The Utah Copper Co. (1903-1936) was a copper mining operation in Bingham Canyon, Utah.
Citation:Utah Copper Co., stock transfer books, 1912-1916 ("Utah Copper Co."; "Utah Copper Company")
Rio Tinto website, via WWW, Mar. 5, 2015 (Utah Copper Company; incorporated June 4, 1903; mine created to process low-grade copper ore in Bingham Canyon, Utah)
Wikipedia, via WWW, Mar. 5, 2015 (Utah Copper Company; formed in 1903 by Enos Austin Wall and Daniel C. Jackling; started a pilot mill at Copperton, Utah, and began digging in 1906; merged with Boston Consolidated Mining Company in 1910; Utah Copper Company assets acquired by Kennecott Mines Company in 1936)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes three phtoographs with corresponding glass plate negatives depicting of mining operations at Kennecott Corporation's Bingham Mine. The photographs were taken in 1906, when the mine was being developed by the Utah Copper Co. Also includes two copy prints, with corresponding acetate negatives, of photographic portraits of a man.
Record of stock certificates issued and canceled from the company's New York state office from Sept. 10, 1908 to July 30, 1909 (2 v.), and from Oct. 22, 1912 to Nov. 7, 1916 (2 v.). Collection also includes one Utah Copper Co. photograph album, circa 1910-1915.
Record of stock certificates issued and canceled. Transactions registered with Old Colony Trust Company, Boston. Volumes contain pages numbered 1201-1500 and 1501-1800, respectively.