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Guide to the Aurum Mining Company Records 1916-1953

Sponsor: Funds for processing were provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, the U.S. Department of Education HEA Title II-C "Strengthening Research Library Resources" program, the Library Associates of the University of Idaho and other donors.Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Overview of the Collection

Title: Records
Creator: Aurum Mining Company
Dates: 1916-1953
Quantity: 15 cubic feet
Abstract:Correspondence and organizational, stock, financial, ore production, plant, personnel, and other records of a group of mines in the Republic District of northeastern Washington state.
Identification: MG235
Language: English
Repository: University of Idaho Library Special Collections and Archives
Moscow, ID 83844-2351

Arrangement and Description

The records of the Aurum Mining Company are arranged in six series: Director's Records, General Correspondence, Capital Stock Records, Financial Records, Ore Records, and Personnel Records.The first series, Director's Records, contains the minutes of stockholders and directors meetings. Also included are legal documents, certificates, and memos pertaining to the dissolution of the Aurum Mining Company; correspondence; lease agreements and permits; Washington State corporation licenses (1939-42); tax registration certificates and refund permits; stock receipts; legal documents pertaining to assessment taxes; proxy forms and authorization letters; stockholders and directors lists, meeting announcements, minutes and order of business checklists; directors election ballots and return forms; affidavits; balance sheets and profit/loss statements; company officer's (secretary) oath of office forms; annual operations reports; resignation letters of company officials.The second series, General Correspondence, contains three subseries of general records, divided by date, (with some overlapping) and arranged alphabetically by subject. There is much subject overlap among these three subseries. Included are: correspondence, telegrams and memos; legal documents (claim notices, contracts, leases); claim lists; lease, claim, mine, and district evaluation reports; treasurers' reports; annual reports; accident reports and testimony, labor reports, timebook pages, Washington State payroll forms; general ledger accounts classifications, stores and supply inventories; bills of lading, ore schedules, assay reports, production and shipping schedules, smelter returns; delinquent tax statements, county tax receipts, state mine tax regulations; mining district and claim maps; magazine and newspaper clippings; photographic negatives and prints.Also in the second series is a subseries of Miscellaneous Business Records, 1927-1950. These 33 folders include: correspondence and memos; ore schedules; mine and claim maps; silver regulations; railroad rate books and records relating to the abandonment of the railway line to Northport; papers and materials concerning Aurum's acquisition of various mines and mining companies and documents pertaining to those properties; and legal documents (indentures, wills, court orders and decrees, petitions, easements, contracts, bills of sale, permits, depositions and affidavits, leases, patents, applications, notices).The third series, Capital Stock Records, contains only a stock ledger and a stock journal.The fourth series, Financial Records, includes ledgers, journals, cash books, voucher registers, and general records. Folders are arranged chronologically by month and year and contain general financial and operating records of the Northport Smelting and Refining Company. Materials include correspondence; receipts; credit memos; cash statements; vouchers and voucher lists; deposit slips; income account sheets; photographs; annual statements and monthly balance sheets; freight bills; expense accounts; power bills; payroll disbursement statements; ore settlement sheets; monthly stores distribution and inventory statements; bank statements and cancelled checks; bank drafts; check lists; tax returns; IRS information; corporation license certificates and tax receipts.The fifth series, Ore Production & Shipment Records, 1937-1940, includes an Ore Record Book, 1916-1941. Entries, by consecutive lots, include the lot number, assay date, wet and dry weight, metal content and value per ton and per lot, freight rate and amount, proceeds, and mill lot number. On some pages the car number, ore grade, bill of lading date, voucher number, net return, umpire value, and settlement number are also recorded.Also here are Ore Settlement Records, 1917-1945, arranged by property and year; these folders contain ore settlement, assay, and shipping forms and information on ore for mines and mining properties in the Aurum group. Most of these records date between 1933 and 1945, but one folder, for the Canada Copper Corporation, Ltd., contains ore settlements from the Black Tail Dump for the period 10/31/17 through 3/28/18.In the final series, Personnel Records, there are nine monthly time books from various mines in the Aurum group which list employee names, hours and wages for the years 1937 through 1943. Also included is a Payroll Record, 1944-1950, (unbound), and employee payroll and compensation records for the period Feb. 1948-Aug. 1950. The Aurum pay roll, Jan. 1936-Jan. 1948, is in the records of Day Mines Inc.Removal of vouchers, bank statements, and paid checks reduced the bulk of this collection by 15 cubic feet.

Scope and Content

The records of the Aurum Mining Company span the years 1916 to 1953, with the bulk of the material covering the years 1927 to 1947. Included are minutes of meetings, annual financial reports, correspondence, legal documents, capital stock records, financial ledgers and journals, ore settlement records, and payroll records.

Of particular note in these records is the relative absence of stock and personnel records and, in contrast, the great amount of correspondence and related records. This latter, for reasons not easily apparent was divided into three separate alphabetical files, all from the same office but overlapping somewhat in time and much in subject matter.

Related materials can be found in the records of the Northport Mining and Smelting Company.


Administrative/Biographical History

The Aurum Mining Company was incorporated late in December 1927 to take over the property and equipment of the Republic Mines Department of the Northport Smelting & Refining Company, a smeltery located in northeastern Washington treating silver-lead concentrates from the Coeur d'Alene Mining District in Idaho. The Northport smelter had acquired several properties in the Republic District and operated them intermittently to supply its demands for siliceous flux. The smelter was sold in 1922 and its plant scrapped. When Northport's affairs were being wound up the Republic interests were turned over to a new company owned by the former Northport stockholders.

The company held its first stockholders and directors meetings in Wallace, Idaho, on December 27, 1927. Present were: Frank J. Davey, John F. Murphy, Charles A. Solberg, Charles A. Betts, and W. A. Devan, representing all 1350 shares of the subscribed capital stock. They agreed to purchase all of Northport's property in Ferry and Stevens counties, Washington, for 670,000 shares of Aurum capital stock. Because Aurum was incorporated in Idaho, George S. Bailey of Republic, Washington, was appointed as its Washington agent, and a copy of its articles of incorporation filed with the Washington Secretary of State.

The directors met again on May 10, 1928. Resignations were accepted from John F. Murphy, Charles A. Solberg, and Frank J. Davey. Jerome J. Day, Henry L. Day, and H. H. Miller were elected to replace them. The new board of directors elected Jerome Day president, Henry Day vice-president, and H.H. Miller secretary-treasurer. Miller died early in 1931, and a new board -- Jerome and Henry Day, F.M. Rothrock, E.H. Knight, and P.J. Maggy -- was assembled. Maggy was replaced within a year by W.H. Hoover.

In 1932 Aurum consisted of a half-dozen old properties in the Republic Mining District, comprising more than 800 acres of mineral land. This included thirty-five patented mining claims, eight unsurveyed claims, and eighteen lots on patented ground. Northport had paid $175,700 for its original holdings in the Republic District, and spent approximately $111,400 in exploration and development up until December 31, 1926. Between then and September 1932 Aurum spent another $31,650 acquiring patented ground in the district and on annual assessment work required on unpatented claims.

The stockholders met in Wallace in 1933 and unanimously elected a new board of directors: Jerome, Henry, and Harry Day, Frank M. Rothrock, and E.H. Knight. At the directors meeting Jerome and Henry Day were re-elected president and vice-president, respectively, and S.F. Heitfeld was elected secretary-treasurer. A.P. Ramstedt replaced Harry Day as a company director in February 1935 but, due to extended illness, was himself replaced by Clarence I. Paulsen in February, 1937.

Aurum expanded its operation in 1938 by acquiring additional mining and milling properties near Republic, Washington. It purchased the Quilp and Quilp Fraction patented lode mining claims in the Eureka Mining District for 30,000 shares of its stock. Simultaneously, it purchased the Ferry County property of the Eureka Mining & Milling Company--several lode claim groups, a millsite, and other mining claims--for 121,458 shares of unissued capital stock and $27,500 in cash. Other mines and mining properties in the area were also purchased.

Prior to these purchases the money necessary to carry on work and acquire new mining properties came in equal proportions from the Aurum's principal stockholders: the Hercules Mining Company, and the Tamarack & Custer Consolidated Mining Company. In 1938 Aurum's indebtedness equaled $60,000, and both creditor companies held Aurum stock. In fact, Aurum's directors were proxies for one or both companies, and the Aurum stock in their names were actually qualifying shares belonging to the Hercules and/or the Tamarack & Custer. They authorized borrowing an additional $40,000 from Hercules and Tamarack & Custer.

In February 1939 Aurum's stockholders authorized the purchase of the Last Chance mine, an office building, and other property in Republic, Washington, for $40,850. They also approved the action of their officers in borrowing $62,662.50 each from the Hercules and the Tamarack & Custer, and future additional amounts not over $75,000 from each. This figure exceeded, an additional loan of $8,325 from each was made and, after the fact, authorized.

In 1940 and 1941 the Aurum stockholders re-elected their directors; and the directors, their officers. Additional appointments included Paul B. Jessup as comptroller and John H. Wourms as Aurum's attorney. At the February 1942 meetings Paul B. Jessup was elected to the board to fill the vacancy created by Jerome Day's death early in the previous year, and Howard C. Paulsen replaced his brother, Clarence. Henry Day was elected president and manager; Frank M. Rothrock, vice-president; and S.F. Heitfeld, secretary-treasurer. Jessup and Wourms were reappointed to their posts. The company directors and officers remained unchanged until 1946.

In 1945 the stockholders and directors addressed the problem of the company's indebtedness. Additional capital was needed to defray expenses, to pay for the recently purchased Old Republic and Blaine-Republic groups of mining claims, and to reduce monies owed to the Hercules and the Tamarack & Custer. Rather than incurring more debt, an assessment of three cents per share was levied on Aurum's capital stock.

At the 1946 stockholders meeting Clarence Paulsen resumed his previously held board position in place of his brother, Howard. Until the company became part of Day Mines, Inc. (DMI), in 1950, the Aurum board and officers remained unchanged.

On July 8, 1950, Aurum's directors met to discuss dissolving the company and transferring its assets to DMI. By 1950 Aurum was -- and had been for some time -- a wholly owned subsidiary of DMI. For Aurum's property holdings, materials, and equipment, DMI would surrender its Aurum stock for cancellation and assume all of Aurum's obligations and liabilities.

On July 26 the Aurum stockholders met for the last time and voted to support the directors' resolution to dissolve the company. Accordingly, on August 31, 1950, the Aurum Mining Company transferred its assets to DMI. It was officially dissolved in June 1951.


Subjects

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.

Mines and Mineral Resources
Washington

Aurum Mining Company

Mining corporations -- Records -- Washington (State) -- Republic District
Silver mines and mining -- Washington (State) -- Republic Mining District -- History -- Sources

Administrative Information

Source

The records of the Aurum Mining Company are part of the records of Day Mines, Inc., donated to the University of Idaho by Henry Day in 1984 and 1985.

Processing Information

Initial processing of this manuscript group was done under the direction of Richard Davis in 1987 and 1988.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I. Records of the Board of Directors and the Stockholders 1927-1951
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1/1-21/1-2Minutes 1927-1950
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1/31/3By-laws 1928
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1/41/4Records relating to incorporation and dissolution 1927-1948
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1/5-101/5-10Records relating to meetings 1927-1950
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1/111/11Decree dissolving corporation 1951
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1/121/12Manager's annual reports 1940-1945
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1/131/13Financial statements 1946-1947
Series II. General Correspondence and Related Records 1927-1950
A. General Records 1930-1937
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1/141/14A
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1/151/15ASARCO Smelter
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1/161/16Anaconda Copper Mining Co.
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1/171/17Assessment work
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1/181/18B
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1/191/19Baby Fraction
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1/20-231/20-23Bailey, George S. 1930-1936
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1/241/24Belcher Mine
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1/251/25Bodie Mine
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1/261/26Bunker Hill Smelter
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1/271/27Bourne Property
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1/281/28C
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1/291/29Carmichael, C.H. 1938
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1/301/30Central Republic
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1/311/31Check, E.E.
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1Claims
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1/321/32Ben Hur and Trade Dollar
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2/332/33Hercules
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2/342/34Minnie
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2/352/35Palo Alto
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2/362/36Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co.
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2/372/37Cusick Lease
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2/382/38D
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2/392/39E
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2/402/40Eureka Queen
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2/412/41Evening Star Group
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2/422/42F
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2/432/43Ferry County State Bank
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2/442/44Fritt's Lease
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2/452/45G
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2/462/46Golden Reef, Myers Falls
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2/472/47Gold Dollar
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2/482/48Great Republic Gold Mines, Inc.
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2/492/49H
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2/502/50Hercules Mining Co., bills
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2/512/51Hermes
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2/522/52I
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2/532/53Insurance, Industrial
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2/542/54Insurance, Fire
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2/552/55Iron Mask and Mountain View
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2/562/56J-K
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2/57-582/57-58Knob Hill
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2/592/59Knight, E.H.
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2Leases
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2/612/61Miscellaneous
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2/622/62Belligerent
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2/632/63Blacktail
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2/642/64Blacktail-Warner
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2/652/65Fairweather
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2/662/66Last Chance
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2/672/67Little Cove
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2/682/68Lost Lode
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2/692/69Lone Pine-Surprise
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2/702/70Lone Pine, vein no. 2
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2/712/71Tom Thumb
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2/722/72Trevitt, C.M. and Wilson
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2/732/73Mc-M
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2/742/74N-O
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2/752/75Ore Production
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2/762/76P
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2/772/77Pfefferle Ranch
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2/782/78Peterson Ranch land
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2/792/79Quilp Mining Co.
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2/802/80R
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2/812/81Reconstruction Finance Co.
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2/822/82Rents
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2/832/83Rentals
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2/842/84Reports: Hershey, Oscar H.
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2/852/85Reports: Wyatt, J.S.
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2/86-872/86-87Republic Mining Department
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2/882/88Republic Mines Corp.
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2/892/89Richardson, Sam H.
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2/902/90S
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2/912/91Sanpoil
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2/922/92Schimmel Property, etc.
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2/932/93Silver Dollar
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2/942/94Smelter, Tacoma
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2/952/95Standard Group
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2/96-972/96-97Statements 1933-1939
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3/983/98Summary, Monthly 1938-1939
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3/993/99T
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3/1003/100Taxes
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3/1013/101Testing, Flotation
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3/1023/102Tom Thumb Group
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3/1033/103Tom Thumb Group: maps, etc.
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3/1043/104U
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3/1053/105U.S. Treasury Dept.
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3/1063/106U.S. Director of the Mint
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3/1073/107U.S. Bureau of Mines
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3/1083/108U.S. Dept. of the Interior
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3/1093/109U.S. War Dept.
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3/1103/110Unpatented Claims
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3/1113/111V-W
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3Washington State
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3/1123/112Dept. of Highways
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3/1133/113Dept. of Labor and Industries
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3/1143/114Division of Mines and Mining
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3/1153/115Wourms, John H.
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3/1163/116Yellow Jacket
B. General Records 1936-1953
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3/1173/117Miscellaneous
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3/118-1193/118-119Affidavits, Silver
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3/1203/120Accounts Receivable
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3/1213/121Accidents
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3ASARCO
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3/1223/122Contingent Obligation
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3/1233/123Contract: Tacoma, Republic Gold Ore
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3/1243/124Smelter
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3/1253/125Assessment January 9, 1945
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3/1263/126A-B
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3/1273/127Bennett's Chem. Laboratory
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3/1283/128Blaine-Republic
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3/1293/129Carmichael, C.H.
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3/1303/130Contracts
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3/1313/131Costs
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3/132-1333/132-133Cyanide testing
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3/1343/134C-D
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3/1353/135Eureka Mining & Milling Co.
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3/1363/136E-F
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3/1373/137Great Northern Railway
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3/1383/138Great Northern Railway vs. Interstate Commerce Commission
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3/1393/139G-H
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3/1403/140Insurance: Compensation and Fire
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3/1413/141I-L
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3/1423/142Lease, Fred (foreman)
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3Leases
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3/1433/143Grazing and house rental schedule
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3/1443/144Everett Hougland: Old Republic Mine
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3/1453/145Lone Pine, 6-7-8 veins: E. Hougland
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3/1463/146Lone Pine, 6-7-8 veins: Williams and Schlegel
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3/1473/147Wilson Trevitt: Tom Thumb vein
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3/1483/148Leasers
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3/1493/149Milling data
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3/1503/150Mountain Lion Consolidated Mines Co.
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4/1514/151Mountain Lion group: Ben Hur, Trade Dollar, Rebate, Relief, etc.
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4/1524/152M-N
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4/1534/153Noble, O.W.
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4/1544/154Okanogan County Medical Service
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4/1554/155Ore reserves
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4/1564/156O-P
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4/1574/157Pending: Travelling file
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4/1594/159R
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4/1604/160Reports: C.H. Carmichael
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4/1624/162Statements, Financial
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4/1634/163T
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4/1644/164U
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4/1654/165U.S. Bureau of Mines
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4/1664/166U.S. Dept of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
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4/1674/167U.S. Dept. of Labor, wage orders
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4/1684/168U.S. Office of Production Management
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4/1694/169U.S. Treasury Dept., Gold export license, etc., to Trail, British Columbia
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4/1704/170U.S. War Production Board
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4/1714/171V-Z
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4/1724/172Wages and hours division
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4/1734/173Excise tax returns
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4/1744/174Dept. of Labor and Industries
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4/1754/175Dept. of Licenses, Gas Tax Division
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4/1764/176Dept. of State
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4/1774/177Washington Unemployment Compensation Division
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4/1784/178Western Economic and Mining Affiliates, Inc.
C. General Records 1937-1942
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4/1794/179A
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4/1804/180Accidents
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4/181-1824/181-182ASARCO
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4/1834/183Assays: Grab and settlements, car shipments
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4/1844/184Assets, Capital
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4/1854/185B
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4/1864/186Bailey, George S.: correspondence
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4/1874/187Ben Hur: unwatering
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4/1884/188Bennett's Chemical Lab
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4/1894/189Bonneville Project
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4/1904/190C
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4/191-1934/191-193Carmichael, C.H.: correspondence 1939-1940
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4/1944/194Carmichael Report
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5/1955/195Cascade Machinery and Elec. Co.
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5/1965/196Cash requirements, estimated
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5/1975/197Claim: Admiral
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5/1985/198Claims: Ben Hur and Trade Dollar
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5/1995/199Composite monthly smelter adjustment
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5/2005/200Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
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5/2015/201Contract: Medical aid and aid
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5/2025/202Cunningham, E
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5/2035/203Cyanide Mill
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5/2045/204Day, Harry L.
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5/2055/205D-E
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5/206-2075/206-207Eureka Mining & Milling Co.
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5/208-2095/208-209F-G
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5/2105/210General Electric Co.
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5/2115/211Great Northern Railway
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5/2125/212Hoists
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5/2135/213Hospital contract
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5/2145/214Hudson, W.W.
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5/2155/215H-I
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5/2165/216Insurance: Compensation and Fire
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5/2175/217Inventory
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5/218-2195/218-219J-K
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5/2205/220Kirkbridge, George A.
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5/2215/221Knob Hill "flood" pictures
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5/222-2255/222-225Knob Hill Mines
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5/2275/227Last Chance Mine
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5Leases
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5/228-2295/228-229Ben Hur: Ickes and Trevitt
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5/230-2315/230-231Black Tail: Rounds and Warner
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5/2325/232Gold Dollar: Trevitt
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5/233-2345/233-234San Poil: Trevitt, Hougland, Wicks
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5/2355/235Lone Pine 6,7,8: Fairweather, G.W.
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5/2365/236Lone Pine, Vein no. 2: Plant, L.J.
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5/237-2385/237-238Surprise: Fred Lease and Rae Cameron
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5/239-2405/239-240Tom Thumb: Ricks and Trevitt
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5/2415/241Trade Dollar: Cameron, Rae L. and W.L.
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5/2425/242Leasers
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5/2435/243Little Cove progress
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5/2445/244Micawber claim
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5/2455/245M-N
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5/2465/246Ore record
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5/2475/247O-P
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5/2485/248Plant, L.J.
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5/2495/249Production figures
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5/2505/250Profits
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5/2515/251R
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5/2525/252Reconstruction Finance Corp.
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5/2535/253Records, Old Republic
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5/2545/254Rentals
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5/2555/255Reports
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5/2565/256Reports, Annual
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5/2575/257Reports, Progress
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5/2585/258Report: Robert Bailey
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5/2595/259Republic Power Company
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5/2605/260Republic Power Rates
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6/2616/261Russell, Dr. D.G.
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6/2626/262S
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6/2636/263Serafin, Fred
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6/264-2656/264-265Statements, Monthly 1941-1942
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6/2666/266T
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6/2676/267Testing, Sink and Float
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6/2686/268Tonnage ore shipped
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6/2696/269Union Iron Works
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6/2706/270U.S. Bureau of Mines
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6/2716/271U.S. Office of Production Management
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6/2726/272W
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6/2736/273Wage and Hour Division
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6/2746/274Washington Metal Mines Assn.
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6/2756/275Ferry County
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6/2766/276Dept. of Labor and Industries
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6/2776/277Dept. of Licenses, Gas Tax Division
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6/2786/278Dept. of Mines and Mining
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6/2796/279Public Utilities Commission
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6/2806/280Dept. of Social Security
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6/2816/281Dept. of State
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6/2826/282Tax Commission Division
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6/2836/283Washington Tax Commission vs. Aurum Mining Co.: occupational, sales, compensating tax
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6/2846/284Washington Unemployment Compensation Division
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6/2856/285Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. Co.
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6/2866/286Wourms, John H.
D. Miscellaneous Records
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6/2876/287Complete list of all property assessed to Aurum Mining Co. in Ferry County, WA
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6/2886/288Appropriation of water from Mud Lake 1935-1936
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6/2896/289Transcript of record in the abandonment of railway at Republic, WA 1941
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6/2906/290Protest against abandonment of railway at Republic, WA 1941
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6/2916/291Right-of-way deeds, Washington state 1934-1940
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6/2926/292Freight rate increase, ex parte 166 1947
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6/2936/293Correspondence re gold and silver export regulations 1934-1938
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6/2946/294Purchase of half interest in Ben Hur and Trade Dollar lodes 1937-1938
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6/2956/295Claims: Old Republic and Blaine Republic
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6/2966/296Eureka Mining & Milling Co. 1938-1939
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6/2976/297G.S.B. Lode: patent papers 1936-1939
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6/2986/298Hercules and Northport lodes 1937-1938
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6/2996/299Last Chance Lode 1938-1940
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6/3006/300Last Shot Lode 1935
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7/3017/301Little Cove, Mammoth, Gold Dollar 1931-1941
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7/3027/302Lone Pine, Surprise, Pearl, Ireland, Silent Fraction, and fraction lodes
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7/3037/303Micawber Mining Co. and lode claims 1938
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7/3047/304Minnie Lode: application 1938
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7/3057/305Northport, Hercules, Plant, Tamarack no. 2, and Last Shot lodes 1934-1936
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7/3067/306Quilp Gold Mining Co. 1936-1938
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7/3077/307Silver Dollar Lode 1932
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7/3087/308Tuesday, Minerva, and Hilo lodes
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7/309-3147/309-314Leases, deeds, and bills of sale 1927-1950
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7/315-3187/315-318Correspondence 1928-1949
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7/3197/319Correspondence, C.H. Carmichael 1938-1939
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7/3207/320Freight record 1949
Series III. Capital Stock Records 1927-1948
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7/3217/321Ledger 1927-1948
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7/3227/322Journal 1927-1946
Series IV. Financial Records 1921-1950
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8-9Journals 1927-1950
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10Ledger 1945-1950
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11Cash book 1938-1950
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12Northport/Aurum voucher record 1921-1934
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13Voucher record 1939-1944
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14-15Voucher registers 1939-1950
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16/32316/323Voucher ledger 1938-1944
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16/324-33616/324-336General records 1923-1934
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16/33716/337Federal excise tax 1939-1949
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16/33816/338Federal old-age & unemployment comp. 1938-1950
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16/33916/339Return of income tax withheld on wages 1943-1949
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16/34016/340Tax settlement, Ferry Co., WA 1928
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16/34116/341Washington State unemployment 1938-1950
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16/34216/342Working papers: Aurum 1947
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16/34316/343Working papers: DMI 1945-1948
Series V. Ore Production and Shipment Records 1916-1950
A. General Records
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16/344-34916/344-349Silver affidavits 1934-1945
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16/35016/350Estimate of ore reserves 1950
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B. Settlement Records
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18/35118/351Canada Copper Corp. Ltd. 1918-1919
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18/352-35318/352-353Miscellaneous 1933-1934
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18/35418/354Black Tail Leasing Co. 1935
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18/35518/355Lone Pine: G.W. Fairweather, Millet and Gendron, etc. 1935
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18/35618/356Lone Pine 6-7-8: G.W. Fairweather 1935
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18/35718/357Lone Pine-Surprise Cons. Mining Co. 1935
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18/35818/358San Poil: G.W. Fairweather 1935
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18/35918/359G.W. Fairweather 1936
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18/36018/360Miscellaneous 1936
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18/36118/361L.J. Plant 1936
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18/36218/362Surprise Lease 1936
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18/36318/363G.W. Fairweather, lessee 1937
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18/364-36518/364-365L.J. Plant, lessee 1937
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18/36718/367C.M. Trevitt, lessee 1937
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18/36818/368B.E. Warner, lessee, Apex Leasing Co. 1938
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18/36918/369Apex Leasing Co. 1938
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18/37018/370Ben Hur: Chester Ickes, lessee 1938
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18/37118/371Bodie Vein: Jake Rounds, lessee 1938
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18/37218/372G.W. Fairweather 1938
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18/37318/373Last Chance 1938
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18/37418/374Melett Vein: Jake Rounds 1938
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18/37518/375Pearl Vein 1938
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18/37618/376Pearl-Surprise 1938
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18/37718/377L.J. Plant, Plant 1938
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18/37818/378San Poil Dump: L.D. Wicks, lessee 1938
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18/37918/379Surprise Lease 1938
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18/38018/380Surprise Vein 1938
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18/38118/381Tom Thumb Lease: C.M. Trevitt 1938
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18/38218/382Trade Dollar: R.L. and W.L. Cameron 1938
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18/38318/383Black Tail: C.M. Trevitt 1939
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18/384-38618/384-386Ben Hur: Wilson Trevitt 1939
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19/38719/387Bodie: Jake Rounds, lessee 1939
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19/388-39019/388-390Last Chance Vein 1939
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19/391-39319/391-393Little Cove 1939
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19/39419/394Lone Pine: Jake Rounds, lessee 1939
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19/39519/395Pearl Vein 1939
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19/39619/396San Poil Vein 1939
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19/39719/397San Poil Vein: L.D. Wicks 1939
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19/398-40119/398-401Surprise Vein 1939
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19/40219/402Tom Thumb: C.M. Trevitt 1939
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19/40319/403Tom Thumb: W.D. Wicks 1939
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19/404-40519/404-405Trade Dollar: R.L. and W.L. Cameron 1939
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19/40619/406Apex Lease: C.M. Trevitt 1940
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19/407-40819/407-408Ben Hur Lease: Wilson Trevitt 1940
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19/40919/409Black Tail Lease: C.M. Trevitt 1940
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20/410-41120/410-411Last Chance Mine 1940
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20/412-41320/412-413Little Cove Mine 1940
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20/41420/414Lone Pine Lease: Everett Hougland 1940
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20/41520/415San Poil Lease: Everett Hougland and C.M. Trevitt, lessees 1940
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20/41620/416San Poil Fraction Lease: A. Johnson, et al, lessees 1940
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20/41720/417Surprise Lease: Cameron, Rae and Wm. 1940
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20/41820/418Surprise Lease 1940
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20/41920/419Tom Thumb: W.D. Rick, lessee 1940
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20/42020/420Trade Dollar Lease: Rae and Wm. Cameron 1940
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20/42120/421Apex Lease: C.M. Trevitt, lessee 1941
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20/424-42520/424-425Last Chance 1941
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20/426-42720/426-427Little Cove 1941
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20/42820/428Lone Pine Lease: Everett Hougland 1941
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20/429-43020/429-430San Poil: C.M. Trevitt and E. Hougland 1941
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20/43120/431Surprise Lease: Wm. Cameron 1941
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20/43220/432Tom Thumb Lease: W.D. Rick 1941
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21/43321/433Apex Lease: C.M. Trevitt 1942
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21/434-43521/434-435Last Chance 1942
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21/43621/436Little Cove 1942
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21/43721/437Lone Pine: L.W. Hill 1942
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21/43821/438Pearl Lease: E. Hougland 1942
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21/439-44021/439-440San Poil Lease: C.M. Trevitt and E. Hougland 1942
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21/44121/441Surprise Lease: C.M. Trevitt and E. Hougland 1942
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21/44221/442Trade Dollar 1942
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21/443-44421/443-444San Poil: C.M. Trevitt and E. Hougland 1943
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21/44521/445Trade Dollar: Wm. Cameron 1943
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21/44621/446Trade Dollar: C.M. Trevitt and E. Hougland 1943
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21/44721/447Lone Pine Dump Lease: C.M. Trevitt and Guy E. Williams 1944
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21/44821/448San Poil Dump: C.M. Trevitt and E. Hougland 1944
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21/44921/449San Poil Lease: C.M. Trevitt and E. Hougland 1944
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21/45021/450Black Tail Dump: E. Hougland 1945
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21/45121/451Pearl: E. Hougland 1945
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21/45221/452San Poil Dump 1945
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21/45321/453Trade Dollar 1945
Series VI. Personnel Records 1937-1950
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21/45421/454Time books 1937-1940
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22Payroll ledger 1938-1940
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23Payroll record 1944-1950

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