Guide to the Daniel C. (Daniel Cowan) Jackling Papers , 1911-1956
Guide to the Daniel C. (Daniel Cowan) Jackling Papers , 1911-1956
Collection number: M0093Department of Special Collections and University Archives
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|1869, August 4.||Born in Appleton, Missouri.|
|1892||B.S. from Missouri School of Mines, Rolla, Missouri.|
|1892-3||Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy, Missouri School of Mines.|
|1894-5||Employed at Cripple Creek, Colorado.|
|1896||Employed at Mercur, Utah.|
|1900||Met.E. from Missouri School of Mines|
|1900||Employed at Republic, Washington.|
|1903||Employed at Colorado City, Colorado.|
|1904||Instrumental in the establishment of Utah Copper Co. with mine at Bingham, Utah. In later years, successively Managing Director, Vice President and President of Utah Copper.|
|1905-7||Consulting Engineer in the development of Nevada Mines at Ely, Nevada. Successively Managing Director, Vice President and President of the Nevada Consolidated Copper Corporation.|
|1907-9||Developed mines at Ray, Arizona. Successively General Manager, Managing Director, Vice President and President of Ray Consolidated Copper Company.|
|1909||Similar development of Chino Copper Company.|
|1910-11||Participated in the organization, development and equipment of the Butte and Superior Mining Company properties at Butte, Montane. Later President of that Company.|
|1912||President of Utah Power and Light Company.|
|1912||Developed and equipped the properties of the Alaska Gold Mines at Juneau, Alaska.|
|1915||Developed low-grade magnetite iron ores of Mesabi range. President of the Mesabi Iron Company.|
|1917||Associated with Callup American Coal Company, Callup, New Mexico.|
|1918||Assistant to the U. S. Director of Purchases, Storage and Traffic, on the U.S. Army General Staff|
|1919||Married Virginia Jolliffe of San Francisco.|
|1926||Awarded the Cold Medal of the Mining and Metallurgical Society of America.|
|1930||Awarded William Lawrence Saunders Gold Medal of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers.|
|1933||Awarded the John Fritz Medal of the Engineering Societies of New York.|
|1933||D. Eng. from Missouri School of Mines, Honorary.|
|1940||Honorary LL.D. University of California.|
|Honorary Dr. of Eng. University of Southern California.|
|1942||Honorary Sc.D. University of Utah.|
|Retired from Kennecott Copper positions.|
|1954||Statue placed in rotunda of Utah Capitol Building.|
|1956||Died March 13.|
Private Files. So marked by Mr. Jackling's office assistants, Additions to this series include materials unlabeled when received and placed here as a matter of convenience.
Personal Files. So marked by Mr. Jackling's office assistants and numbered by them.
Printed Matter. Reports, etc. concerning the various mines Jackling was associated with.
Ledgers and accounts.
Scope and Content Note
Chase National Bank, 1933-1937.D. C. Jackling was on the board and indirectly involved in a suit brought against the bank.
French and Company and Meredith Galleries 1918-1949.Regarding tapestries. See also Containers 27-28.
Miscellaneous Financial statements, 1986-87
Health and retirement and other personal subjects, 1930-1954.
Personal Taxes, 1932.See Containers 70-76.
Railroad pass matter, 1933.
Yacht Cyprus, 1934.See also ledgers.
Yacht Cyprus, 1929-1943(See Container 91 for plans of the yacht).
Alexander, H. F., 1927-1937(See also Container 44).
Bell, H. G. (trustee), 1937-1956.
Bennett, W. E., 1932.
Boyd, W. S., 1928-1940.
Brewster, Burt B., 1942-1955.(Deceased-see obit in folder 3)
Buchman, Louis, 1945-1947(See also Container 45).
Carrier, Dr. F. N., 1937-1938.
Cates, L. S., 1928-1948(See also Container 46.
Cowan, W. B., 1911-1914.
Daveler, Erle, E., 1932-1941.
Daveler, Erle E., 1942-1944.
Daveler, Erle E., 1944-1946.
Daveler, Erle E., 1946-1949.
Daveler, Erle E., 1950-1956.
Fleishhacker, Herbert (Admiral Oriental Line), 1933,also H. F. Alexander.
Hayden, Charles - General, 1927-1932.
Hayden, Charles - Securities, 1928-1936.(See also Container 47).
Hickey, G. L., 1934-1940.
Jenkins, C. V., 1926-1931.
Jolliffe, Miss Harriet H., 1935-1940.
Kinnear, J. C., 1928-1942(See also Container 48).
McLean, A. J., 1927-1947(See also Container 49).
MacGowan, John K., 1929-1932.
MacWhinney, E. S., 1939-1942(See also Container 49)
Moffitt, Dr. and Mrs. H. C., 1928(See also Container 69).
Moffat, D. D., 1931-1942(See also Container 48).
Nowland, R. C., 1934-1942re: estate of Charles Hayden.
Parsons, C. C., 1943-1944(See also Container 49)
Penrose, Mrs. Spencer, 1941.
Ronaghan, A. J., 1928-1933.
Sapello (Percy Wilson), 1929-1931(See also Container 39).
Stone, Robert O., 1937-1946(See also Container 11 and 50).
Tooker, H. B., 1934-1942(See also Container 51). (Tooker deceased; see A. J. [unk] correspondence in Box 9 folders 8-10)
Utah Security purchases, 1930.
Stone, Robert O., 1946-1956(See also Container 10 & 50).
Negotiations for new contract with Asarco and option on half interest in Garfield Smelter, 1939-1940(See also Container 90).
Alaska Mining & Power Company, 1934-1935.
Braden Copper Company, 1940.
Kennecott reorganization. 1938.
Relative share value of Kennecott and Nevada, 1929-1933.
Kennecott reorganization, 1938.
Acquisition of Nevada by Kennecott, 1932-1933.
Calumet and Hecla Copper Company, 1925-1926.
Copper exporters, 1930-1937.
Copper industry investigation, 1938-1939.
Gallup American Coal Company, 1942.
International Exploration Corporation, 1937.
International Exploration Corporation Minutes, 1929-1937.(See also Container 77).
Pacific Steamship-Admiral Oriental Line, 1932-1933
Santa Barbara Oil Syndicate, 1929-1932.
Consolidation, Ray, Chino, Nevada, Inspiration, 1923.(See also Container 18).
Consolidation, Ray, Chino, Nevade, Inspiration, 1924.(See also Container 18).
Ray Hercules Mining Company, 1926.
Ray-Chino Smelting Contract-Old Papers, 1926.
Ray-Chino Smelting Contract-Secondary papers, 1926-1927.
Production and Costs-Utah and Nevada (Working papers- June 10, 1931).
Utah Copper Company - Ten year program, 1936-1940.
Utah Copper Company, 1936details on expansion program.
Acquisition of Utah by Kennecott, 1936-1937.
List of Jackling-Gemmell files in SLC. (Old Files in Room 411).
Index to Files in box in closet in Mr. Jackling's office. (Files which are not included in this collection).
Miscellaneous papers not integrated into Miles by Jackling office staff.
Consolidation, Ray-Inspiration, 1924.(See also Container 15 and 16).
Chino, Ray, Nevada evaluation sheets and merger conference, 1923.
Private value of properties, Nevada and Chino 1928-1930.
Certificates of Organization, Nevada, Chino and Ray. 1923.
Ore sections (Map) Chino, 1923.
Summary of evaluations, Kennecott and Utah, 1927.
Memorandum relative to service of D.C. Jackling to the Braden Copper Company of Chile.
Miscellaneous Kennecott papers, 1951 and 1954
Garfield Smelter purchase option, 1940
Miscellaneous Mesabi Iron Ore Company figures.
Kansas City Structural Steel, 1943-1954.
Scope and Content Note
Accounts and Finance. Present worth calculations. 1915-1923. (0-116).
Insurance, group and retirement. 1940-1954. (0-395 part 3).
Publicity matters, History of Utah Copper Company. 1919-1930. (1-622).
Relations with other companies, Alaska Mining and Power Company-miscellaneous, 1933-1941. (0-667-2).
Relations with other companies, Alaska Gold Mines Company-reorganization, 1931-1937 (0-667).
Relations with other companies, Alaska Mining & Power Company-Alaska Juneau Mining Company, 1915-1935 (0-667-4).
Miscellaneous A letters, 1946-1955 1000-A pt. 2
Miscellaneous B letters, 1948-1955 1000-B
Miscellaneous C letters, 1952-1955 1000-C
Miscellaneous C letters, 1946-1952 (1000-C pt.).
Miscellaneous D letters, 1945-1953 (1000-D pt.2).
Miscellaneous E letters, 1946-1956 (1000-E pt.2).
Miscellaneous F letters, 1946-1956 (1000-F pt.3).
Miscellaneous G letters, 1946-1956 (1000-G pt.3).
Miscellaneous H letters, 1953-1956 (1000-H pt.2).
Miscellaneous H letters, 1947-1953 (1000-H pt. 5).
Miscellaneous J letters, 1947-1956 (1000-J pt.2).
Miscellaneous K letters, 1947-1955 (1000-K pt.2).
Miscellaneous L letters, 1948-1956 (1000-L pt.3).
Miscellaneous L letters, (Austin Larick) 1953-1956 (1000-L pt.4).
Miscellaneous M letters, 1947-1956 (1000-M pt.4).
Miscellaneous Mc letters, 1947-1956 (1000-Mc).
Miscellaneous N letters, 1947-1956 (1000-N).
Miscellaneous O letters, 1947-1955 (1000-0).
Miscellaneous P letters, 1948-1954 (1000-P pt.3).
Miscellaneous P letters, 1955-1956 (1000-P pt.4).
Miscellaneous Q letters, 1927-1941 (1000-Q).
Miscellaneous R letters, 1947-1956 (1000-R pt.2).
Miscellaneous S letters, 1947-1955 (1000-S).
Miscellaneous T letters, 1947-1956 (1000-7 pt.
Miscellaneous U letters, 1947-1956 (1000-U).
Miscellaneous V letters, 1947-1951 (1000-V).
Miscellaneous W letters, 1948-1955 (1000-W).
Miscellaneous X-Y-Z letters, 1948-1955 (1000-X-Y-Z).
Alumni Association Missouri School of Mines, 1931-1933 (1085 pt.1).
Alumni Association Missouri School of Mines, 1933-1941 (1085 pt.2).
Alumni Association Missouri School of Mines, 1942-1955 (1085 pt.3).
Missouri School of Mines, 1922-1936 (1085-1 pt.1)
Missouri School of Mines, 1936-1944 (1085-1 pt.2)
Missouri School of Mines, 1944-1946 (1085-1 pt.3)
Missouri School of Mines, 1946-1950 (1085-1 pt.4)
Missouri School of Mines, Conferring of honorary degree upon Mr. Jackling, 1933. (1085-3).
Missouri School of Mines, Jackling Loan Fund, 1909-1955.
Miscellaneous Political 1942-1956[contributions and some expressions of political beliefs by DCJ]. (1115).
Art objects, general. 1919-1955 (2000).
Art objects, George Ainslee, 1916-1937 (2003).
Art objects, coins. 1915-1952 (2022).
Art objects, fure and skins, C.W. DuBois, 1916-1923 (2026).
Art objects - J. E. French and Company, 1927-1935 (2037 pt.1).
Art objects. French and Company and Brudley Dolehanty. 1935-1950 (2037 pt.2).
Art objects, S. & G. Gump. 1914-1953 (2046).
Art objects, A. L. Groll. 1917 (2048).
Art objects, J. E. Henson. 1912-1923 (2061).
Art objects, George M. Knosdler. 1916-1937 (2070).
Art objects, John S. Keshishyan. 1921-1936 (2071).
Art objects, Kent-Costikyan (Marx & Jones), 1914-1950 (2072).
Art objects, Jonas Lie. 1917-1940 (2085).
Art objects, Arthur Upham Pope. 1918-1924 (2115).
Art objects, Private library. 1920-1948 (2086).
Banking, Anglo & London Paris National Bank. 1917-1937 (3005).
Banking, Bingham State Bank. 1922-1929 (3016).
Banking, Crocker First National Bank. 1917-1956 (3026).
Banking, First National Bank-Redwood City. 1940-1951 (3038).
Banking, First National Bank of Salt Lake City. 1947-1948 (3039).
Employees, Twenty year gold service medal (Utah Copper). 1939-1954 (1-3010).
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
General, 1951-1954 (4000)
Alta Club. 1919-1956 (4003).
Army Ordnance Association. 1923-1953 (4007).
American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, San Francisco Section. 1952-1954 (4008).
A.I.M. & M.E. Award of Saunders Medal to Mr. Jackling. 1930-1931 (4008-1).
A.I.M. & M.E. Saunders Gold Medal Committee. 1934-1942 (4008-2).
A.I.M. & M.E. 1948-1950 (4008-3 pt.10).
A.I.M. & M.E. 1952-1955 (4008-3 pt. 11).
A.I.M. & M.E. 1953-1956 (4008-3 pt.12).
Various donations to A. I. M. & M. E. and Women's Auxiliary. 1938-1952 (4008-4).
Honorary membership in A. I. M. & M. E. 1941 (4008-5).
El Paso Club, Colorado Springs, Colorado. 1915-1944 (4054).
The Engineer's Club of San Francisco. 1939- 1956 (4057).
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 1941-1952 (4058).
Mining and Metallurgical Society of America. 1944-1956 (4097).
Mining and Metallurgical Society of America. 1925-1927.Awarding gold medal to Mr. Jackling. (4097-1).
Mercur (Utah) Pioneer Society. 1931-1946 (4099).
Pacific Railway Club. 1920-1956 (4131).
Phelps County (Mo.) Historical Society. 1942-1945 (4134).
The Great American Prospectors Association. 1935-1953 (4168).
Western Society of Engineers, Washington Award 1940-1956 (4184).
Scope and Content Note
Donations, miscellaneous requests (5000 pt. 2-6).
Donations, Boys Club of San Francisco (5015).
Donations, Boy Scouts of America (5018).
Donations, Community Chest (5020).
Donations, Committee for Constitutional Government (5031).
Donations, Central Missouri State College (Memorial Chapel Fund) 1953-1956 (5032).
Donations, Employees, St. Francis & Mark Hopkins Hotels, 1917-1933 (5037).
Donations, Red Cross, 1942-1955 (5109).
Donations, Salvation Army, 1919-1955 (5129).
Donations, Western Tax Council, Inc. (5150).
Hayden, Stone and Company, 1923-1955 (6000).
Hayden, Stone and Company, consolidation of accounts 1935-1943 (6000-1).
Miscellaneous, 1935-1955 (6002).
Buck Creek Oil Venture (Spring Creek Venture, Utah) 1938-1953 (6024).
Calmaxico Petroleum Corp., 1928-1930 (6027 pt. 1).
Calmexico Petroleum Corp., 1930-1948 (6027 ptc. 2-5).
Copper Canyon Mining Company, Nevada, 1937-1938 (6029).
Colorado Midland Railway, 1917-1921 (6036).
Busk Ivanhoe Company, Colorade, 1922-1950 (6036).
California Tennis Club, 1925-1948 (6040).
Dean Witter & Company, General, 1943-1948 (6041-2).
Dollar Steamship Line, 1924-1939 (6042).
Eggers' Tungsten property (6043).
Davis Steel Process Corporation, 1927-1931 (6044 pt.1).
Davis Steel Process Corporation, 1931-1949 (6044 pt. 2).
El Paso Natural Gas Company, 1937-1955 (6046).
First Security Corporation of Utah, 1929-1947 (6048).
Garden City Sugar and Land Company of Colorado and Kansas, 1911-1956 (6053).
Empyre Fire Extinguisher Corp., 1942-1946 (6065).
Virginia Jackling trust account, 1917-1928See also Container 59 and ledgers at end of cartons. (6076).
D. C. Jackling trust, 1926-1948See also Container 58 and ledgers at end of cartons. (6077 pt. 1-2).
Jolliffe trust, Mrs. Gertrude Aller, trustee, 1924-1950 (6079).
Kansas City (No.) Structural Steel Company, 1915-1951 (6083).
Kennecott Copper Corporation, 1915-1950 (6085).
Lovell (Wyoming) Refinery, 1919-1922 (6091).
Lovell (Wyoming) Refinery, 1923-1948 (6091).
Mesabi Iron Company, 1915-1957 (6105).
Oravada Venture, 1940 (6118).
Pioche Metals Mining Company, 1908-1958 (6129).
Pond Creek Pocahontas Company (Coal), 1933-1958 (6130).
Rip Van Winkle Mining Company (Utah), 1938-1953 (6134).
Ritter-Chapin Oil Enterprise in Montana (1944) (6135).
Sapello Company, New Mexico (G. O. S. Cattle Co.) 1923-1926, 1931-1934See also P. W. Sapello, Container 10. (6139 pt. 1 & 5).
Securities and Exchange Commission. 1934-1943 (6141).
Silver Burro Exploration Company (Ray Brooks), 1938-1945 (6142).
Texas Gulf Sulphur, 1915-1925 (6146).
Texas Gulf Sulphur, 1925-1955 (6146).
Tri-State Oil and Refining Company (Western Oil Fields, Inc., Denver, Colorade), (1938-1961) (6149).
Utah Southern Oil Company, 1923-1940 (6156).
Wyoming Eastern (Allen) Oil Company, 1916-1936 (6168).
Scope and Content Note
Report on test run on the Magna and Arthur Plants of the Utah Copper Company, 1910.
Reports and Statistics, Special geological reports on Utah Copper, H. U. Winchell and R. N. Hunt, 1921 (6822).
Reports and Statistics, Special geological reports on Utah Copper. Statement by James F. Kemp, 1905 (6823).
Reports and Statistics, Special geological reports. Old reports by Clement and Spillsbury, 1904 (6826).
Insurance, Jewelry and Personal effects (7013).
Insurance, life (7017).
Itineraries, European trip, 1928-1929 (8009).
Itineraries, trip to England, 1937 (8011).
Itinersries, passes (8025).
INDIVIDUALS, correspondence with
Alexander, H. F., 1946-1952See also Container 2. (9001)
Aldridge, Walter H., 1926-1954 (9005)
Albertsen, Mrs. J. T., 1916-1953 (9006)
Allgoewer, Albert J., 1955(personal employee of D.C.J.) (9007).
Bruce, J. L., 1915-1947 (9017).
Bradley, George O., 1920-1952 (9028).
Bocking, Charles, 1924-1947 (9031).
Brownell, Francis H., 1933-1954 (9033).
Brown, W. D., 1935-1940(personal employee of D.C.J.) (9035).
Buchman, Louis, 1947-1955See also Container 3. (9037)
Culberson, Mrs. Mary A., 1932-1937 (9055).
Cates, Louis S., 1947-1956See also Container 3. (9058).
Cook, Sam, 1928-1952personal employee of D.C.J.). (9063)
Chedsey, William R., 1940-1947 (9064).
Doubleday, George, 1916-1955 (9071).
Estes, H. H., 1947-1955See also Container 52. (9088).
Guggenheim, Simon & Sol., 1927-1949Also information on the Bonanza Mines of the Barber Asphalt Corporation. (9114).
Guggenheim, Harry F., 1916-1939 (9116)
Guggenheim, Edmond A., 1916 and 1950 (9117)
Gemmell, Mrs. R. G., 1926-1950 (9122)
Grant, Heber J., 1938-1945 (9128).
Hellmuth, G. W., 1916-1944 (9137).
Hayden, Charles, 1923-1939See also Container 9. (9138).
Hammond, F. O., 1948-1954 (9153 pt.2).
Hamlin, H., ( Pony Express), 1942-1956 (9154).
Jennings, C. F., 1917-1946 (9162).
Krumb, Henry, 1917-1948 (9176).
Kelley, C. F., 1929-1955 (9178).
Kinnear, J. C., 1948-1955See also Container 9. (9179).
Moffatt, D. D., 1948-1955See also Container 10. (9199 pt.2).
Maclean, A. J., 1922-1948See also Container 9. (9215).
Moses, Horace, 1948-1953 (9218).
Mudd, Harvey S., 1927-1955 (9220).
McWhinney, E. S., 1936-1955See also Container 10. (9222).
Nickerson, C. A., 1922-1941 (9225).
Parsons, C. C., 1947-1956See also Container 10. (9229).
Powers, Edith H., 1952-1955 (9240).
Quinn, Mrs. Annio, 1924-1952 (9241).
Ritter, C. P., 1933-1943 (9255).
Smith, Mrs. J. Willis, 1915-1942 (9268).
Stone, Calen L. and Robert, 1916-1941 (9270).
Scope and Content Note
Swart, W. G., 1922-1954 (9278).
Stannard, E. T., 1930-1942 (9281).
Stewart, Thomas, 1930-1941 (9282).
Tutt, Charles L., 1940 (9293).
Thomas, John Charles, 1948-1955 (9294).
Tooker, H. B., 1918-1955See also Container 10. (9297).
Thomas, Robert W., 1947-1953 (9300).
Wells, R. E., 1922-1952 (9318).
Wiggin, Albert H., 1916-1949 (9321).
Wagner, F. N., 1930-1952 (9327).
Whelpley, H.G.B., 1939-1955 (9329).
Animals, fowl, etc. (purchased as gifts and for personal use), 1924-1955 (11004).
Automobiles, 1923-1947 (11005).
Clothing, general, 1925-1955 (11100).
Bell, James W. & Company, tailors, 1915-1940 (11105).
N. Porter, Saddle and Harness Company, 1937-1941also H. H. Estes, Mimbres, New Mexico. (11123)
W. B. Place & Company, tanners and manufacturers of leather garments, 1942-1956 (11124).
Tweeds purchased in Scotland for various members of organization, 1929-1930 (11125).
Birthday messages, 1950-1953 (11011 pt.3).
Cigars and Cigarettes, 1941-1942 (11016).
Christmas messages sent, 1949-1956 (11017).
Christmas messages received, 1949-1954 (11017-1).
Copper Symbol, 1910-1930 (11018).
First high voltage electric transmission line. Provo to Mercur, Utah, 1932-1953 (11026).
Guns. 1931-1955 (11029).
Horses, 1930-1952 (11034 pt. 2 and 3).
John Fritz Medal award to D. C. Jackling, 1932-1948 (11040).
Masonic matters. 1930-1955 (11055).
Mausoleum, 1949-1956 (11057).
Railroad retirement and Social Security matters, 1937-1957 (11075).
Statue of D. C. Jackling (correspondence with N. G. Morgan, Sr. and Ovard Fairbanks, 1952-1956 (11079 pt. 1-3).
Statue of D. C. Jackling,
Utah National Guard, Commission as Brigatier General, 1955 (11081).
Turkeys, etc. (Gift, list), 1950-1956 (11085).
University of Utah, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws, 1942-1952 (11086).
University of California, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws, 1940 (11087).
University of Southern California, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Engineering, 1940-1942 (11088).
Jewelry and Furs, general, 1928-1955 (11200).
Jewelry and Furs, Leyson-Pearsall, Salt Lake City, 1905-1948 (11236).
Household goods assigned to Mrs. Jackling, evaluation of. 1924-1950 (11305).
Groceries and miscellaneous supplies [sant as gifts with lists of recipients] 1955-1956 (11315 pt. 15).
Household goods, apartment inventory, 1921.Woodside inventory, 1930.
Household goods, inventories, 1921-1948 (11320).
Legal matters [mostly will and legal fees], general, 1924-1955 (11400).
Legal matters, Weafer vs. Birch, et al. [contains D.C. Jackling statements of historical interest], 1938-1941 (11407).
Liquors, general, 1932-1955 (11450).
Scope and Content Note
Liquor inventories, 1920-1940's.
Woodside liquor inventories, 1933-1947.
St. Francis Hotel liquor inventories, 1920's(Jackling's private stock).
Whiskey inventory, 1951-1955.
Hotel Mark Hopkins liquor inventory, 1924-1934(Jackling's private stock).
Scope and Content Note
Miscellaneous, 1934-1942(so identified by D.C.J.).
Medals won by Mr. Jackling; (See also Container 54).
Clippings of A.I.M.E. meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, 1940.
D.C.Jackling speeches (in manuscript).
D.C. Jackling Will.
D. C. Jackling trust, list of exhibits.
D. C. Jackling will.
Woodside estate (See also Containers 60-62).
Hayden-Stone, financial affairs, 1931.
Power of attorney.
Virginia Jackling. (deceased - see gift [unk])
Office quarters, San Francisco, 1914 (11507).
Property, Mark Hopkins apartment, 1925-1932 (11721).
Property, Woodside estate, 1921-1935 (11728).
Property, Woodside residence, 1937-1951 (11728-1).
Property, Woodside superintendent's new residence, 1947-1949 (11728-6).
Property, Woodside superintendent's weekly reports, 1952-1959 (11728-6).
Property, Woodside organ, 1930-1938 (11728-3).
Property, Woodside organ, 1938-1956 (11728-3).
Property maps and blueprints.
Property. Woodside expenses, 1944-1954.
Property. Woodside, general [analysis of cost], 1922-1935 (11728-2).
Property. Woodside general, 1935-1955 (11728-2).
Property. Woodside syndicate (11730).
Relatives. Dr. Herbert W. Allen and family, 1918-1955 (11800).
Relatives. W. B. Cowen, 1909-1914 (11803).
Relatives. Mrs. J. T. Cowan, 1915-1921 (11803).
Relatives. Mrs. J. T. Cowan, 1922-1933 (11803).
Relatives. Marths N. Cowan and family, 1922-1944 (11803).
Relatives. Martha N. Cowen and family, 1945-1956 (11803).
Relatives. Harry M. Dunn, 1911-1957 (11806).
Relatives. Harry M. Dunn, 1951-1956 (11806 pt.2).
Relatives. George W. Dunn, 1911-1916 (11807).
Relatives. Mrs. Telitha Dunn, 1916-1935 (11807).
Relatives. Mrs. Mary S. Hewitt, 1916-1930. (11810).
Relatives. Percival Jackling, 1920-1939 (11814 pts. 1-3).
Relatives. Percival Jackling, 1939-1955 (11814 pts. 4-7).
Relatives. Mrs. D. C. Jackling, 1925-1953 (11815).
Relatives. Mary and Harriet Jolliffe, 1935-1950 (11816).
Relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Moffitt, 1916-1955See also Container 10. (11819).
Relatives. Nickles family, 1924-1929 (11822).
Relatives. Mrs. Rose Noel, 1916-1924 (11823).
Relatives. Henry F. Wallace (Gertrude Jackling) 1914 (11828).
Servants, general. 1915-1955 (11850).
Servants. chauffeurs. 1927-1951 (11851).
Taxes, withholding, O.A.B. and California unemployment insurance, 1948-1956 (11901).
Taxes, income, 1926-1943 (11905 pt. 1).
Taxes, income 1933-1958 (11905).
Taxes, income, claims pending, 1926-1932.
Scope and Content Note
Income tax returns and related files 1936-1942.
Income tax returns, 1939-1941.
Income tax returns, 1942-1944.
Income tax returns, 1945-1949.
Income tax returns, 1950-1955.
Excorp liquidation [for tax purposes], 1927-1938.
Miscellaneous tax papers.
D.C. and Virginia Jackling, analysis of investments, May 10, 1939 and Dec. 31, 1940.
D.C. Jackling Financial statements, 1938-1944(lacks 1941).
D. C. Jackling Financial statements, 1945-1955(lacks 1951).
Publicity, general. 1914-1956 (12000).
Publicity, Big Men and Big Fortunes by Horace Dunbar (12000).
Publicity, subscriptions to magazines and books, 1948-1956 (12001).
Publicity, miscellaneous booklets arranged chronologically. Listing follows.
a. Historical Sketch of Mining and Smelting in New Mexico.... U.S. Geological Survey, 1910.
b. [Chino Copper Company] The Mogollon Mines, 1913.
c. Nevada Consolidated Copper Company. parts 1-5. Mining and Scientific Press. March 5, 1921.
d. Ten Years of Chino, The Company parts 1-3 of 10. The Financial World. March 7, 1921.
e. Ray Cheap - but not over 825.00. The Financial World. March 28, 1921.
f. Two expert opinions on Ray stock, The Financial World. April, 1921.
a. Nevada Consolidated Copper - Some Secrets, The Financial World. April 11, 1921.
b. Nevada, Dark Horse of Coppers. The Financial World. April 18, 1921.
c. Story of Kennecott Copper, The Financial World. May 23, 1921.
d. After the war copper boom, The Financial World. June 13, 1921.
e. The Chino enterprise. Engineering and Mining Journal Press. Nov. 1923
f. Spanish Atmosphere. (about Jackling's Woodside residence), Pacific Coast Architect. n.d.
a. New Mexico Chapter, American Mining Congress, Technical Papers, July 1927(about Chino, Nevada Consolidated, etc.).
b. Jackling-Pioneer in Copper, Metals, Nov. 1930.
c. D. C. Jackling `92,... M.S.M. Alumnus, Dec. 15, 1930.
d. Jackling gets Saunders medal, Mining and Metallurgy, Dec. 1930.
e. Mr. Jackling receives the John Fritz medal. Mining and Metallurgy, June 1933.
f. A great man doubly honored. Employer's Magazine, June 1933.
g. Transcript of investigation of a rockslide at Bingham, Utah, 1930.
h. Copper - the everlasting metal, by D. C. Jackling. The Mines Magazine, Nov. 1937.
i. Red Bonanza. Shell Progress, April, 1938.
a. Copperskins and Copper. The Groundhog, [Aug] 1938.
b. Mining Utah Copper. The Mines Magazine. Nov. 1937.
c. Jackling, a Titan of the Copper World. Compressed Air Magazine, Oct., 1938.
d. Leaders of the mining industry, no. 54 Daniel C. Jackling. The Gold Mining Record, Oct., 1938.
e. A message to the mining industry. Mining Congress Journal, Sept., 1939.
f. Chino Today. Engineering and Mining Journal, Sept., 1939.
g. Partial electrification of hauling system at Chino copper mine. Skillings' Mining Review, Dec., 1939.
h. Institute members of promise. (biographical) Mining and Metallurgy, May 1940.
i. Mercur the cradle of technical advance. Mining and Contracting Review, August 15, 1940.
j. Haulage electrification at the Chino pit... Skillings' Mining Review, Aug. 31, 1940.
k. Electrification and change in haulage methods at...Chino. November 29, 1940.(typescript)
a. Things one remembers. Industrial News Review, May 26, 1941.
b. Same reprinted in Organized Labor, June 21, 1941accompanied by D. C. Jackling comments in attached letter.
c. Bingham mountain - bulwark of defense. Mining and Contracting Review, Jan., 15, 1942.
d. New Mexico is true cradle of Western mining industry. Skillings' Mining Review, Feb. 27, 1943.
e. Copper mining and the Utah Copper mine. Electrical Engineering, November, 1943.
f. Red metal monster. January, 1947.
g. The Achievement of D. C. Jackling. The Argonaut. August 22, 1947.
h. Jackling... Skillings' Mining Review, September 13, 1947.
i. Electric traction for heavy short haul. Railway Age, September 4, 1948.
j. Mobile telephone serves world's largest open pit copper mine in Utah. The Monitor, January-February, 1949.
k. The Mining and Contracting Review, February 28, 1949.(Contains statistics on production).
l. D. C. Jackling is 80. M.S.M. Alumnus, July-August, 1949.
m. Conversation about copper. Fortune, October, 1949.
a. Mining and Contracting Review, June, 1950(cover features Utah Copper).
b. About a neighbor of yours, April, 1951.(by Konnecott Copper Company).
c. The copper mine at Mineral Creek. Excavating Engineer, October, 1951.
d. 1953 is 50th anniversary of founding of Utah Copper mine. Skillings' Mining Review, March 21, 1953.
e. Daniel C. Jackling comments upon labor situation. The Argonaut, May 22, 1953.
f. D. C. Jackling. Mining Engineering, January, 1954.
g. Mining and Contracting Review, August, 1954.(Cover and editorial).
h. Daniel C. Jackling. Kennescope, August, 1954.
i. Daniel Cowan Jackling... The Argonaut, August 20, 1954.
j. Daniel Cowan Jackling... M.S.M. Alumnus, September-October, 1954.
k. The Daniel Jackling Award. Mining Engineering, April 1955.
l. D. C. Jackling - one of the younger giants in the business world. American Magazine, n.d.
m. Gold from copper mines. Business n.d.
n. Bingham Canyon - Utah. [ Colliers], n.d.
o. Chino Copper Company, by John M. Sulley [1915?].
50th anniversary folder of Utah Copper, 1954.Various items.
Pamphlets and souvenir booklets.
a. What mining means to Utah.
b. The story of Utah Copper, 1925.
c. Utah and its mineral wealth, 1930.
d. The economic dependence of the population of Utah, 1931.
e. The story of Utah Copper, 1924, 1926, 1929, 1936, 1937, 1939, 1940, 1950, 1953.
Exploration, Canadian Oil Synidicate, 1916-1949 (12146).
Exploration, Copper Canyon Mining Company, 1921-1936 (12225).
Early views of Bingham.
D.C. Jackling statue in Utah's capitol.
Jackling's Missouri home.
D. C. Jackling.
D. C. Jackling's associates.
Two printer's plates of D. C. Jackling
Photo albums of Ray Consolidated Copper Company
Photo album of [Bingham]. Disbound, filed as M93/82/12 in photo file
Alaska Gastineau Mining Company Annual Reports, 1921-1922.
Alaska Gold Mine Company Annual Reports, 1912-1916, 1919-1920.
Butte and Superior [Copper] Mining Company Annual Reports, 1912-1935, 1937-1939.
Butte and Superior [Copper] Mining Company Quarterly Reports, 1914-1916.
Chino Copper Company Annual Reports, 1910-1920, 1922.
Chino Copper Company Quarterly Reports, 1911-1916.
Chino Copper Company, estimate for ore reserves, January, 1921.
Chino Copper Company, report on the accounts of, for the five months ending 31st May, 1923.
Chino Copper Company, interim report, May, 1911.
Chino Copper Company, miscellaneous calcuations and estimates, re: ore reserves, deferred stripping, etc. June, 1923.
Gila Copper Company, First Annual Report, 1910.
Inspiration Consolidated Copper Company, report on the account of, for the five months ending 31 May, 1923.
Chino Mines Division, Inception to date data, 1951-1954.
Kansas City Structural Steel Company, Annual reports, 1949-1960.
Ray Mines Division, General manager's annual report, 1951.
Kennecott Copper Corporation, annual reports, 1923-1956.
Nevada Consolidated Copper Company Annual Reports, 1907-1932.
Nevada Consolidated Copper Company, Quarterly Reports, 1909-1916.
Nevada Keystone Mining Company, 1940-1941.
Ray Consolidated Copper Company, Annual Reports, 1909-1925.
Ray Consolidated Copper Company, Quarterly Reports, 1911-1916.
Utah Copper Company, Quarterly Reports, 1908-1916.
Utah Copper Company, worth calculation as of 1930.
Utah Copper Company, Annual Reports, 1905-1933.
Wyoming-Eastern and Allen Oil Companies report on properties.
Report on Van Arsdale Ferric Sulphate leaching process at Inspiration Copper Company, 1923.
History of Mining in Arizona, 1955.Department of Mineral Resources.
Dollar Steamship Lines Inc., audit of accounts for 6 months ending December 31, 1932.
Utah Copper Division of Kennecott Copper Corporation, miscellany.
Report on operations, 1952.
Mimeographed report on improvements in mining practice since 1931.
Report covering mining operations, 1952-54.
General Manager's annual report, 1951.
Department of mills annual report, 1954.
Refinery - operations data, 1954.
Financial and operating statements from inception to December 31, 1946.
Brief history of Bingham and Garfield RR Company, 1939.
Other Kennecott Copper Corporation miscellany.
Neveda Mines Division, summary of operations for 1951.
Investment analysis of three copper companies, 1942.
Chino Copper Company, Hurley Plant.
Ray Consolidated Copper Company, historical data.
Nevada Consolidated Copper Corporation - Chino Mines Division, historical data.
Phelps Dodge Corporation and Subsidiary Companies, consolidated financial results, 1931-1954.
Reverberatory smelting process by E. W. Davis, University of Minnestta Mines Experimental Station, 1929.
Nevada Consolidated and American Smelting and Refining Company, 1932.
Utah Copper Company and American Smelting and Refining Company, 1932.
Kennecott Copper Company and American Smelting and Refining Company, gold and silver purchase agreement, 1940.
Kennecott Copper Company and American Smelting and Refining Company, Chino, Steptee and Diversion refinery procedure.
Kennecott Copper Company and American Smelting and Refining Company, relating to Ray Mines products, 1940.
The Log of the Cyprus, Jackling's private rail car, 1909-1920.
LEDGERS AND ACCOUNTS
Virginia Jackling income and investments, 1920's-1950's.
Virginia Jackling trust. Charles Hayden, [1929-1954].
D. C. Jackling general and investment ledger, [1919-1930].
The Utah Copper Enterprise by T. A. Richard, 1919.
Percentage depletion for mines by L. C. Graton.
Plans of Excorp Yacht.
LEDGERS AND JOURNALS NOT BOXED
Virginia Jackling, journal of trust fund, 1928,and income and investments ledger, 1928-1945.
D. C. Jackling indexes to IN-OUT correspondence, June 1, 1922-.
Index to D. C. Jackling personal and business files
Scope and Content Note
D. C. Jackling Cash journals, 1918-1929, 1941-Nov., 1953.
D. C. Jackling trust account with Hayden Stone and Company, 1929-1956.
Account book of the International Exploration Corporation, 1929.
Woodside farm cash receipts and disbursements, 1930-56.
History of Bingham [collected and compiled by D. C. Jackling] with early calculations as to feasibility.