This collection consists mainly of letters
between investors and employees of the Charles S. Sprague Company of Goldfield, Nevada, from the mid-1910s
regarding their investments in mining stocks, including the Goldfield Merger, as well as correspondence about the business
failures before and after
Harry Schwaikert’s sale of the stock brokerage firm
Sprague & Schwaikert to Robert Byars & Co., dating from 1913-1916.
The Charles S. Sprague Company was a stock brokerage company in Goldfield, Nevada,
specializing in buying and selling mining shares in the early 1900s.
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