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Alexander and Brooklyn Mines Records: Finding Aid
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This collection contains records of the Alexander and Brooklyn Mines in Nye County, Nevada including general correspondence of the company from 1921-1944; correspondence dealing with the purchase of the Alexander and Brooklyn Mines by the Coronado Copper and Zinc Company, 1949-1950; and assays and smelter returns from the Alexander and Brooklyn Mines, 1921-1941.
The Alexander and Brooklyn Mines, also known as the Silver Palace Mines, Old Grantsville Mine or the Webster Mines, are located in the Union Mining District of Nye County, Nevada, south of Ione. P. A. Haven discovered the Union District in 1863 and the city of Ione and camp of Grantsville were established that same year. The mines were owned by Harvey Seeley Mudd (1888-1955), his father Seeley Wintersmith Mudd (1861-1926), and their associates, including a William J. Webster of the Webster Mines Corporation. They did considerable work there, but the mines were eventually abandoned after unsuccessful attempts to make them profitable both through mining and leasing.
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