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Guide to the Annie L. Jobs Photograph Album
MS-0472  
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Description
Annie L. Jobs compiled the photograph album in 1887, although the earliest photograph dates to 1884.  Photographs include Flint, Idaho Mining Company buildings, company staff, miners, miner tents and dwellings, camp holiday celebrations, and surrounding scenery including Hard-Up Gulch and Eagle River.  Jobs wrote meticulous descriptions to accompany each photograph in the album and listed the names of individuals in the photographs, such as Howard French, the bookkeeper; Smy, the stock keeper; Robert Brewster Stanton, engineer and general manager; Stanton’s daughter, Anna; "Professor" John Duff, the assayer; Dick Parker; Al Lawrence; Balcom, the surveyor for the Rio Grande Rail Road extension from Eagle River to Aspen; and others.  The collection also includes a group of loose cyanotypes with descriptions written on the back of each photograph.
Background
Annie L. Jobs was probably the wife of Thomas A. Jobs, secretary of the Flint, Idaho Mining Company in Flint, Idaho.  Thomas passed the Colorado Bar exam in 1880.  He and Annie lived in Flint between 1884 and 1887, but around 1890 they appear to have moved south to Arizona where Thomas worked as a lawyer and judge in Maricopa County. The Jobs’ daughter, Margaret C. Jobs was confirmed in Phoenix in April 1906.Annie L. Jobs was probably the wife of Thomas A. Jobs, secretary of the Flint, Idaho Mining Company in Flint, Idaho.  Thomas passed the Colorado Bar exam in 1880.  He and Annie lived in Flint between 1884 and 1887, but around 1890 they appear to have moved south to Arizona where Thomas worked as a lawyer and judge in Maricopa County. The Jobs’ daughter, Margaret C. Jobs was confirmed in Phoenix in April 1906.
Extent
1.00 linear ft
Restrictions
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Availability
The collection is open for research.