Iron mines and mining.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Note This collection consists of one blueprint design of a mine shaft for the Briar Hill Mine. The blueprint includes a detailed list of supplies and labor required to sink the shaft. Information includes cost of labor, timber, explosives, cost of fuel, hoistings, blacksmithing and supplies. The shaft was expected to reach a depth of 1,200 feet and take two years for construction. The blueprint is signed by "Captain William Bond" and dated 1911.
Collection — Box 21-01-03
Scope and Contents This collection documents the Canisteo Mining Company president's office's executive activities for the Canisteo Mining Company from 1904 to 1932. The collection contains correspondence, leases and related negotiation memorandums, exploration records, statements: expense, inventory, labor, payroll, property taxes, and royalty documents all pertaining to Mesabi Iron Range (Minnesota) properties.Record Series 1. Financial records, including payroll, invoices and receipts for...
Dates: 1904 - 1931
Scope and Contents This collection contains business records for the Cleveland Cliffs Iron Mining Company from 1905 to 1918 and consists four series:Series I - Gwinn Area Design and Development records. 33 folders. This series consists of information and correspondence relating to the design, development, and operation of CCI properties in the Gwinn/Swanzy area. Gwinn was a model company town created by the Cleveland Cliffs Iron Mining Company. The volume contains estimate and authorization records...
Dates: 1905 - 1918
Collection — Box 06-01-01
Scope and Contents Note This collection is comprised of some of the professional publications of Dr. Fillmore C.F. Earney. The collection's focus is on mining and mineral resources. Of particular note is the report entitled "Marquette County Growth Impact Study (1975)." This report examines the impact of mining operations by the Cleveland Cliffs Iron Mining Company on the population and economic growth of Marquette County.
Collection — Box 21-02-02
Content Description This material was received in 1 banker box that contained 4 legal-size expanding wallets. The markings on the wallets were: “W31948 Frank Stone-Personal-Iron Duke Mine.” Inside of one was a pocket file with “Frank B. Stone from Bigelow the last gasp I’m sure” written on it. These wallets contained correspondence, large manila envelopes, stock options, proxy certificates, meeting minutes, financial reports, tax records, documents pertaining to the purchase and selling of the mine....
Dates: 1867 - 1962
Collection — Box 19-01-03
Scope and Contents The Roland Juchemich memoirs, MSS-336, consists of five series with a total of 8 folders. Series 1: Events -- Biannual Tracy Mine Reunion, 1 folder containing flyers and news articles referencing the reunions.Series 2: News Clippings, 1 folder containing newspaper and newsletter articles relating to the Tracy Mine. The majority of these clippings were taken from the Jones and McLaughlin Ore Company newsletters.Series 3: Memories, 1 folder containing...
Dates: 1951 - 1993
Collection — Box 02-07-03
Scope and Contents These files contain research documents by Judith DeMark, a former Northern Michigan University history professor, on the history of Marquette. Topics include mining, immigration, Finnish folklore, and tuberculosis.
Dates: 1848 - 1998
Collection — Box 06-02-02
Scope and Contents Note This collection is comprised of published volumes of the proceedings of the annual meetings of the Marquette County Board of Supervisors in Marquette, Michigan from 1933 to 1941. Each volume contains narrative reports and financial statements for each county department and service. Of particular note are the reports of the director of the Morgan Heights Sanatorium. The Sanatorium provided care for tuberculosis cases in Marquette County. These reports provide valuable demographic information...
Dates: 1933 - 1941
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