Blackbird Copper-Gold Mining Company note
Scope and Contents
A typed note from the Blackbird Copper-Gold Mining Company, Salt Lake City, Utah, promising to pay John E. Du Bois $1,500. It is signed by the treasurer, Charles J. North, and company president P. A. H. Franklin, and dated October 15, 1900. Includes a fifty cent and twenty-five cent stamp.
- 1900 October 15
- Blackbird Copper-Gold Mining Company (creator, Organization)
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Blackbird Copper-Gold Mining Company (1893-1974) was a mining company with properties in Idaho and Utah.
The Blackbird Copper-Gold's earliest recorded activity was in the Blackbird mine in Idaho in 1893. The company went on to open operations in Salmon, Lemhi County, Idaho and Frisco, Beaver County, Utah. The company operated until 1974, when it was involuntarily dissolved.
1 folder (0.1 linear ft)
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Acquired by David Whittaker, found.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Found; David Whittaker; February 2017 found.
Utah and American West business and labor history (19th Century Mormon and Western Manuscripts collection development policy IV.a.i.6, November 2013).
Processed; Elizabeth Kane, student manuscript processor, and Ryan K. Lee, curator; 2017.
- Register of Blackbird Copper-Gold Mining Company note
- Elizabeth Kane
- 2017 March 30
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.