Papers include "Chinese mining methods in Malaya," 1920, a typescript paper, with some penciled corrections, illustrated with
photographs and tables (a later version of this paper was submitted as his thesis for his engineer's degree); reports and
related correspondence regarding the Cow Creek deposit, Inyo County, CA, 1925, flotation results on Norwegian ore, 1924, and
the Ten Eyck mine, near Somes Bar, CA, 1925; maps by Newsom of various mines near Jamestown, CA, 1925; mining transit notebook
on various California locations, 1941-46; and several reprints of articles by Newsom. Also included is a booklet prepared
by Newsom for the Stanford tour that was part of the San Francisco meeting of the A.I.M.M.E., 1922. Collection also includes
approximately 270 photographs of a family camping trip from California to Canada and Idaho, 1924; the Ten Eyck Mine near Somes
Bar, California, 1925; geologic excursion to Death Valley, 1925; tin mining in Malaysia, 1926-27; travel images, 1928; and
John Branner Newsom, son of Stanford professor John F. Newsom, earned his a.b. in geology at Stanford University in 1922 and
his engineer's degree in 1924.
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