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Folder 12

One retained carbon of a letter to Montie Verda (1963)

Folder 13

Two retained carbons of letters, a 38pp summary of the Fidelity-Philadelphia case, and a Memorandum on the case (1962-1963)

Folder 14

Two retained carbons of letters, four Certificates of Location of Mines, a Notice of Location of Lode Mining Claim, four Proof of Labor forms, two Extension Rider forms (1962-1963)

Folder 15

One retained carbon of a letter and a Memo on a Court Decision (1964)

Folder 16

Retained carbons of forty-three letters, one dictation record, one legal Petition for Writ of Supersedeas, and a Partial Statement of Funds Expended in Clients Behalf (1963-1964)

Box 181

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

One TLS, retained carbons of fifteen letters, retained carbons of seven memos, statements, or documents from court cases involving Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Ely Valley Mines, Inc., and copies of minutes of meeting of the Board of Directors for September 1923, and one signed certified copy (1964-1965)

Folder 2

Retained carbons of a Memorandum Report to the Board of Directors of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Ely Valley Mines, Inc. (1964)

Folder 3

Three retained carbons of letters, a copy of a telegram, four signed legal documents and copies, and a TS summary of the Fidelity-Philadelphia case (1964-1966)

Folder 4

Two TLS, nineteen MS letters, retained carbons of nineteen letters, the correspondence of Richard K. Baker and John Janney, and a photograph of Tot Baker (1954-1957)

Folder 5

Two TLS, one MS, three retained carbons of miscellaneous letters: William Innes Forbes, Franklin Yasmer, and Manganese, Inc. (1954)

Folder 6

Two TLS, two MS, three retained carbons, correspondence of Elizabeth Bogert and clipping (1955-1957)

Folder 7

One TL with a MS note, and one retained carbon of a letter to Judge Bosley (1957-1964)

Folder 8

One MS, one telegram, and one retained carbon: Elizabeth Bogert and E. G. Woods (1951-1958)

Folder 9

Two retained carbons of letters, one to the Board of Directors, and two copies of the President's Report from December 23, 1930 (1929-1932)

Folder 10

One copy of a TLS, seven TLS, one MS, fourteen telegrams, retained carbons of forty letters, and one memo, the correspondence of John Janney, Richard T. Naylor et al. Mainly concerning the Mill Fire of September 14, 1929, also a brief outline of the company from 1928 (1928-1933)

Folder 11

Four copies of TLS, six TLS, five MS, one telegram, retained carbons of twenty-seven letters, a Superintendent's Report for 1929-30, printed item on the Silver King Coalition Mines Company, two copies of a list of Security Holders, a memo , a waiver, and a description of the company's holdings and business (1927-1936)

Folder 12

Fourteen TLS, one telegram, retained carbons of twenty-eight letters, correspondence of Percy H. Clark, quotes from Janney and Clark conversations, and Proposed Opening Entries (1928-1936)

Box 182

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Nine TLS, one telegram, retained carbons of ten letters, one memorandum, and Engineer's Opinions (1929-1936)

Folder 2

Twenty-six TLS, twenty MS, and retained carbons of fifty-seven letters: Richard T. Naylor, G. Pitts Raleigh, William Innes Forbes, William Myers, and Andrew J. Harper (1929-1935)

Folder 3

Report to Stock holders from December 4, 1929 a pamphlet- Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead, and Zinc in Nevada in 1922, and retained carbons of the values of ore shipments (1922-1929)

Folder 4

Four TLS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of fifteen letters, one Exploration Syndicate, and a Quitclaim Deed (1928-1938)

Folder 5

Retained carbons of one letter from W. Mont Ferry to President and Directors, Pioche Mines Consolidated, and a memorandum (1930)

Folder 6

Minutes of the First Meeting of Incorporators and Directors, December 26, 1928, list of stockholders of Pioche Mines Company and one for Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., and a printed notice to the shareholders (1928-1929)

Folder 7

Two copies of a TLS to Grubb from Naylor, and a copy of an Order in the Matter of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1936-1937)

Folder 8

Bound in wrappers a printed Agreement between Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, 32 pp. Declaration in Trust (1920-1930)

Folder 9

Four TLS and retained carbons of nine letters, mainly correspondence of Percy H. Clark and John Janney (1929-1931)

Folder 10

Retained carbons of nine letters mainly to or from Percy H. Clark and John Janney (1930-1932)

Folder 11

Four TLS, one MS, retained carbons of fifteen letters, mainly correspondence with Percy H. Clark, a signed agreement, and a Resolution of the Board regarding exchange of Pioche Mines Company Stock (1930-1939)

Folder 12

Five TLS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-eight miscellaneous letters: John Janney, Percy H. Clark, and Richard T. Naylor (1930-1936)

Box 183

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

A Debenture Holder Agreement, a printed item on the same, one TLS regarding legal matters, and Stapled in wrappers, a Reply Brief of Plaintiff and Appellant for the Case of Walker Brothers Bankers vs. John Janney (1931-1932)

Folder 2

Three MS, eight retained carbons of letters, a retained carbon of a notice to the stockholders, a copy of a Lease, five printed items for stockholders, and stapled in wrappers a report of The Consolidated Gold Fields of South Africa Limited (1940-1950)

Folder 3

Summaries of Legal Actions 1924-44: Including lists of Correspondence Relating to Merger and Settlement Agreements, Letters and telegrams to Stockholders from Richard E. Dwight, list of Letters of the Debenture Holders Committee, list of letters related to Fidelity-Philadelphia case (1924-1944)

Box 184

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Nine TLS, thirty-six MS, retained carbons of seventeen letters that are the personal correspondence of John Janney with friends and family, and miscellaneous business correspondence. Also, life insurance information and two account statements (1936-1938)

Folder 2

Two TLS, two MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of eight letters, mainly business and personal correspondence of Graddy Cary and John Janney (1940-1948)

Folder 3

Sixty-four TLS, eight MS, eighteen telegrams, and retained carbons of one-hundred and three letters that are the correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney, January through September, 1935 (1935)

Folder 4

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney, January through June, 1936 (1936)

Folder 5

Forty-two TLS, nineteen MS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of one-hundred and twenty-three letters that are the correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney, July through October, 1936 (1936)

Folder 6

Thirty-six TLS, twelve MS, fifteen telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty-three letters, being the correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney, November through December, 1936 (1936)

Box 185

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Forty-eight TLS, seventeen MS, retained carbons of one-hundred and seventy-seven letters, that are the correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney, May through August, 1937 (1937)

Folder 2

Eighty-three TLS, nine MS, thirteen telegrams, and retained carbons of one-hundred and thirteen letters, being correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney, September through December, 1937 (1937)

Folder 3

Personal correspondence of John Janney and miscellaneous items: T. Gordon Janney, T. Mitchell Hastings, A. D. Pollack Janney, and Susan W. Janney (1926-1929)

Folder 4

Personal correspondence of John Janney and miscellaneous items: T. Gordon Janney, T. Mitchell Hastings, A. D. Pollack Janney, Walter Janney and Carolyn B. Hastings (1927-1931)

Box 186

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney for January through June, 1930, about two-hundred letters, TS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons (1930)

Folder 2

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney for October through December, 1932. About one-hundred and fifty TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons of letters (1932)

Folder 3

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney. Fifty one TLS, five telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-eight letters, June through September, 1934 (1934)

Folder 4

Seventy-three TLS, eight MS, fourteen telegrams, and retained carbons of one-hundred and thirty-four letters that are the correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney (1936-1937)

Box 187

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Thirty-six, TLS, five MS, retained carbons of forty-two letters, being correspondence and inquiries of the stockholder and the replies from the company (1940-1942)

Folder 2

Correspondence and inquiries of the stockholder and the replies from the company (1942-1945)

Folder 3

Correspondence and inquiries of the stockholder and the replies from the company (1945-1947)

Folder 4

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and stockholders (1948-1949)

Folder 5

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and stockholders (1950-1952)

Folder 6

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and stockholders (1952-1955)

Box 188

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Twelve labeled photographs of crushers and machine shop (1929)

Folder 2

Blank Order forms, blank receipts, a blank Pool Receipt, and one retained carbon of a letter to A. V. Andrews and Verne Stever (1952)

Folder 3

Stockholder notices, and prospectus, May 31, 1929, October, 1935, and December 1935 (1929-1935)

Folder 4

One TLS, four MS, retained carbons of four letters, one postcard, and a notice of the Board of Directors, mixed business and personal correspondence of Janney (1963-1964)

Folder 5

Retained carbons of Janney's letters, memos, and various legal documents about or from the Dolman case, and the Fidelity-Philadelphia case (1962)

Folder 6

Pioche Legal Notes. Spiral notebook with notes on the case of Clark vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., and two retained carbons of letters laid in (1954)

Folder 7

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney for July through December, 1930. About one-hundred TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons of letters (1930)

Folder 8

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney for February through September, 1932. About one-hundred and twenty-five TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons of letters (1932)

Folder 9

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney for January through December, 1934. About two-hundred TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons of letters (1934)

Folder 10

Reports of Wide-Awake Mine, December, 1933; February, March, April, May, June, 1934. Payroll and statements of expenses for September and August, Balance sheets for December, 1933. Two retained carbons of letters and a memo (1933-1934)

Box 189

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

A sketch of properties of the company, and a blank Debenture Allotment Subscription Agreement, and blank form for purchases of shares (1928-1929)

Folder 2

Daily Reports from April through December, 1942. Oblong sheets, tied together with string (1942)

No folder
Folder 3

Daily Reports from June, 1 through November 30, 1943. Oblong sheets tied together with string (1943)

No folder
Box 190

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Daily Operation Reports (1936)

Folder 2

Daily Operation Reports (1937)

Folder 3

Foreman's Report of Accident forms. Organized alphabetically by the employee's name (1936-1937)

Box 191

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

The Alternative Press (1977)

Folder 2

Copy of an Affidavit and motion to Re-Calendar. Glossary of nuclear terms (1961)

Folder 3

Signed copy of a document from the Dolman law suit: Respondent's Answer to "Response in Opposition to Motion to Vacate Order Permitting Intervention" (1965)

Folder 4

Drafts of legal documents and retained carbons of letters from Janney and his attorney David Horton regarding and from the Fidelity-Philadelphia case in the United States Supreme Court. 1965. Several hundreds of pages. Plus eighteen Edison Voice Writer dictation records (1964-1965)

Folder 5

One retained carbon of a letter and a copy of Janney's Declaration in Trust. A map of the location of Volcano Mines and a Map of the Volcano Vert Shaft (1920)

Folder 6

Two TLS, two retained carbons, a Sketch of Workings at Volcano Incline and of Volcano Vertical Shaft, 1941, and a blueprint of Telsmith Primary Breaker, 1917, a pad of orders, and an Employee's Report, 1947 (1917-1947)

Folder 7

Blueprints: Assay Map 1100 Level No 3 Mine; Assay Map 1200 Level No 3 Mine; 1200 Level No. 3 Locke Stope map; 900 Level No. 3 Map; 100 Level No. 3. Map; 800 Level No. 3 map (1931, Jan.)

Folder 8

Booklets: United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit: Nos. 17,709 and 18,192. Dolman Case Appellant's Answering Brief in tan wrappers, and Petition for Rehearing in orange wrappers. No. 12,865 Fidelity-Philadelphia case, Appellant's Opening Brief, cloth spine and brown wrappers (1963)

Folder 9

October Term 1953: No. 413 Fidelity-Philadelphia case, in yellow wrappers (1953)

Folder 10

Booklets: In the Supreme Court of the United States October Term, 1964: No 808 (No. 643) Dolman case Petition for Writ of Certiorari, in blue wrappers. No. 643, Dolman case, in brown wrappers (1964)

Folder 11

Six bank statements of the District National Bank (1931-1932)

Folder 12

Small, black book: Bank of Pioche Account Register. 1940-44 entries and Louis Collins Books search card (1940-1944)

Box 192

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Transcript of Record of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. vs. Helen Dolman, etc., et al vs. John Janney, Ely Valley Mines, Inc., et al., Helen Dolman, etc., et al. Volume 23. Appeals from the United States District Court for the District of Nevada. January 13, 1962 to August 30, 1962. Clipped by a metal fastener (1962)

Folder 2

Forty-seven envelope and notices to stockholders that were returned to the sender (1942-1943)

Folder 3

Retained carbons of letters and copies of legal documents from the Fidelity-Philadelphia Case (1943-1945)

Box 193

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Stockholders that have been returned to the Sender (1943)

Folder 2

Stockholders that have been returned to the Sender (1943)

Folder 3

Stockholders that have been returned to the Sender (1943)

Folder 4

Check Book / Register nos. 17352-17509. Oblong binder, front cover missing (1943-1944)

Box 194

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated letters: John Janney, Percy H. Clark, Richard T. Naylor, and others (1930-1933)

Folder 2

Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Corporations. Correspondence, memos, and minutes (1935-1939)

Folder 3

Agreement of Pioche Mines Consolidated and Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co., 1930. In gray wrappers. Plus two TLS (1930)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Deeds and letters. 1930. Over a hundred pages, much of that is correspondence of Janney with Percy H. Clark, Richard T. Naylor, and William Ines Forbes (1930)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Superintendent's Report Resume of Development Work for Years 1929 and 1930. Plus an Engineer's report on Beam Ore Conversion Process (1929-1930)

Folder 6

Letters on the law suit of Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Co. (1930-1937)

Folder 7

Correspondence of Janney with Richard K. Baker, Percy H. Clark, et al. Several hundred pages. Plus minutes from a meeting and Exploration reports (1931)

Folder 8

Correspondence of Janney with Percy H. Clark, Richard T. Naylor, et al. and a balance sheet. Over 100 pp. (1928-1932)

Folder 9

Richard K. Baker correspondence regarding stock shares and an agreement (1935)

Folder 10

Correspondence with Laurence H. Watres. Ten letters. Plus a 1932 subscription list and statement on Gold. Plus miscellaneous receipts (1932-1935)

Folder 11

Correspondence of Janney and Morgan Heap in Twin Falls, Idaho. Ten letters. Plus a blank quit claim deed (1933-1934)

Box 195

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney with others and each other. About one-hundred letters. Plus a Sworn Statement by John E. Zimmermann (1933)

Folder 2

Minutes of Meeting In Dr. Sprague's Office, Treasury Department. October, 1933. Plus figures and notes on gold (1933)

Folder 3

Correspondence of Janney with Naylor, Percy H. Clark, Laurence Watres, et al. About forty-five letters (1934)

Folder 4

Correspondence to, from, or concerning Count Alexis Pantaleoni and his law suit against Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Over seventy letters, memos and papers concerning the case (1934-1936)

Folder 5

Correspondence of Janney with Utah Savings and Trust Co., French Management Co., Inc., Percy H. Clark, Richard Naylor, and others. About one-hundred pages (1934)

Folder 6

Miscellaneous business correspondence. Mine payroll distribution. Corporation laws paper. Printed item, Reconstruction Finance Corp. December balance sheets. Statement on Gold. Over 100 pp. (1934)

Folder 7

Photos of Mill Terminal and Crushing plant and John Janney. An article, "The Silver Mirage," Janney, Clark, and Naylor correspondence, legal documents, and notes (1935)

Photograph of John Janney
Box 196

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Summary of Payroll Distribution, correspondence of Janney and Alfred Hunt regarding Mill construction, and original plans for Crusher plant and Engine Room buildings (1935)

Folder 2

Janney's letters to Percy H. Clark regarding business of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1927-1939)

Folder 3

Correspondence of John Janney and W. W. Grubbs. About one-hundred pages. Regarding the operation and business of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1932-1935)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.: Receipts and Disbursements, correspondence to, from, and regarding Percy H. Clark, and a summary of Mr. Clark as an Attorney (1934-1941)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous business letters of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Plus a comparative Balance Sheet (1935-1939)

Folder 6

Miscellaneous business letters, a list of shares sold by Richard K. Baker. About a hundred pages. Plus an Ore Testing Report done by the Galigher Company, and a list of local security holders (1935-1936)

Folder 7

Correspondence of John Janney, W. W. Grubbs, and Percy H. Clark regarding Debenture details (1933-1936)

Box 197

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

3 x 5 card file indexes to Janney's storage systems: A-Z and subject headings (1930s)

Box 198

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Correspondence of Janney, Richard T. Naylor, and Percy H. Clark regarding company business. Over fifty letters. Plus a Securities and Exchange Commission Amendment (1935)

Folder 2

Correspondence regarding the Mendha Mine. About fifty letters (1936-1941)

Folder 3

Correspondence regarding stock purchases and certificates. About 100 pages. Grubbs appears to be reporting to Janney (1932-1938)

Folder 4

Correspondence of John Janney and S. Q. Clark. January to April, 1936. About fifty letters in a metal fastener (1936)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous business letters. Balance and Reconciliation sheet. About fifty pages (1936-1938)

Folder 6

Notes on legal case of Fidelity-Philadelphia. About seventy pages (1936-1937)

Folder 7

Miscellaneous letters and a New York State Income Tax Resident Return. About fifty pages (1936)

Folder 8

Correspondence of Janney and Richard K. Baker. About twelve letters (1936)

Folder 9

Correspondence, Financing Plan, and Shares Outstanding reports. Only about twenty-five pages (1936)

Box 199

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Shares issued list and two letters regarding company stock (1937)

Folder 2

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and Janney, and a listing of Richard K. Baker's shares sales. About twenty pages (1937)

Folder 3

Letters and telegrams to Janney from Grubbs, May through December, 1937. Plus Estimated Expenditure sheets (1937)

Folder 4

Miscellaneous correspondence to and from Janney, and December balance sheets. About seventy pages: John E. Zimmermann and W. W. Grubbs (1937)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous letters and different stock reports. About fifty pages (1937)

Folder 6

Correspondence of Janney regarding problems with Percy H. Clark. Over one-hundred pages (1937)

Folder 7

Miscellaneous business letters and a January to November Operating Statement (1937)

Folder 8

May through August 1937 correspondence of Richard K. Baker and Janney, plus listings of Baker's stock sales. Over fifty pages (1937)

Folder 9

Correspondence with George E. Frost and letters regarding difficulties in stock sales and finances (1937-1938)

Folder 10

Correspondence of Janney regarding business in Idaho. About twenty-five pages (1937)

Box 200

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Copies of a Pre-trial Statement for the Fidelity-Philadelphia case, and two legal statements. Civil Action No. 101 (1957)

Folder 2

Ten retained carbons of drafts of letters regarding legal matters, retained carbons of a motion and Directors of Pioche Power and Light Co. meeting notes on the Dolman case (1965)

Folder 3

Motion to Re-calendar Certain Matters, three copies, a motion from the Dodd case, Affidavit from the Dolman case, and a petition from the Dolman case (1961-1967)

Folder 4

Typed transcript of the Answer of John Janney in the Dolman, etc. Plaintiff vs. Janney, et al., Defendants, two copies signed and unsigned (1961)

Folder 5

Retained carbons of ten letters regarding the Dolman case, and retained carbons of ten different legal statements and documents from the Dolman vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1965)

Folder 6

Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee, and E. Clarence Miller and Edward C. Dale, Plaintiffs, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Pioche Mines Company and John Janney, Defendants. Affidavit in Support of Motion to Intervene and for Support of Motion to Deposit in Court. Civil Action 101 (1947)

Folder 7

Two typed legal letters, twenty-two retained carbons of letters to and from attorneys, a list correspondence with Fidelity-Philadelphia and three copies of letters and a telegram, five legal statements about the case, and one legal notebook with MS notes (1943-1966)

Folder 8

Cross-Respondents' Brief in Opposition to Cross-Petition for a Writ of Certiorari [printed], Order Re: Receiver's Report and Petition for Settlement of Account, for Authority to Sell Assets, for Fees and for Instructions, and letters from [John Janney] concerning case (1963-1964)

Folder 9

Report to Stockholders of Current Status of Affairs of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Points on Which Appellants Intend to Rely on Appeal from Orders Appointing and Instructing Receiver, Motion to Stay Order Appointing Receiver, motion and principal points. Letters to and from John Janney and attorneys (1961-1963)

Folder 10

Payroll for Ely Valley Mines, Inc. and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.: Notes, receipts, Employer's Quarterly Contribution Reports, Insurance Policy, Tax Statements, two TLS, three retained carbons, blue print map, list of Maps removed from files (1961-1965)

Box 201

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. stock certificates (1920s)

Folder 2

Richard K. Baker, Suspense Detailed Summary Receipts, consents of Janney debenture – holders, stockholders proxies, and Advances to Pioche Mines Company (1935-1943)

Folder 3

Printed matter: Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Pioche, Nevada Settlement Agreement, letter To The Stockholders, July 10, 1943, Notice of Stockholders' Meeting, and To The Security Holders of the Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Who Will Receive New Securities for Old Under the Settlement Agreement of July 8, 1942 (1942-1943)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Certificate of Notice of Meeting (1942-1943)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Board Meeting Minutes. Merger agreements, memoranda, and correspondence (1943-1950s)

Box 202

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Receipts and Expenditures, Summary of Expenses, and Operating Statements (1928-1939)

Folder 2

Loose ledger sheets for Warehouse Stores (1942-1947)

Folder 3

Printed Agreement Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. with Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee. Providing for Issue of $500,000 Five-Year Seven Per Cent. Convertible Debentures maturing January 1, 1934 (1929)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Miscellaneous general expense, Power and Pumping Station, Debenture Issue Expense, Overhead and Maintenance, Experimental Operation, and Mine Development (1929-1939)

Note: Cataloger is unsure whether all of these documents pertain to Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. or another mine
Folder 5

[Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.] Labor sheets for L. D. Gillespie, William Cheney, and [S. J.] Hollinger (1957)

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Proxies to be voted by... (1943, July)

Folder 7

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Proxies to be voted by... (1943, July)

Folder 8

Chronology and copies of six legal documents regarding the estate of the deceased John Janney (1980s)

Box 203

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Certificate of Assays (1937-1939)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. loan forms (1958-1959)

Very few entries
Folder 3

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 4864-5505 (1930-1932)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 5506-6000 (1932-1934)

Box 204

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 6001-6636 (1934)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 6637-7389 (1934-1935)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 7672-7782 (1934-1935)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 7777-8250 (1935-1936)

Box 205

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 8245-8646 (1935-1936)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 8986-9198 (1936)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 9202-9384 (1936)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 9469-9666 and 9723 (1936)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 10547-11083, 10114-10117, and 10180-10245 (1936-1937)

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 11084-11750 (1937)

Box 206

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 11751-12357 (1937)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 12358-12948 (1937)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 12949-13756 (1937)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 13757-14405 (1937)

Box 207

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 14406-15110 (1938)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 15111-15698 (1938-1939)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 15699-16088 (1939)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 16089-16472 (1940)

Folder 5

Alfred Hunt, Agent check registers nos. 906-1085 (1941)

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. check registers nos. 16473-16646 (1941)

Box 208

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. bank statements (1927-1932)

District National Bank
Folder 2

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. bank statements (1929)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 3

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. bank statements (1930-1932)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 4

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. bank statements (1934)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. bank statements (1937-1940)

Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company and Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 6

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. bank statements (1939)

Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
Folder 7

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. shop work invoices (1938-1940)

Box 209

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

District National Bank of D.C. check book (blank) [undated]

Folder 2

Check Book Used by Pioche Mines on Various Banks: Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company (blank) [undated]

Folder 3

Samples of checks: Alfred Hunt, Agent, District National Bank, Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company, The First National Bank, and Bank of Pioche, Inc. (1930s-1940s)

Folder 4

Bank of Pioche, Inc. deposit slips (1934)

 

Pioche Power and Light Company 1929-1966

Physical Description: 16 boxes
Box 210

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Withholding and Victory Tax Withheld. Withholding statements and instructions from the U.S. Treasury Department. Form W-3, employer's copy. W-2 and W-2a employer's receipts (1944-1949)

Folder 2

Customers Cash Book. December 31, 1941. Alphabetical listing of customers and finances (1941)

Folder 3

Pioche Power and Light Company Meter Test Results. 56 reports (1941)

Folder 4

Customers Advances. Balance sheet as of August 15, 1942 (1942)

Folder 5

Nevada Industrial Commission Actual Gross Payroll (a) (1940-1958)

Folder 6

Nevada Industrial Commission Actual Gross Payroll (b) (1940-1958)

Box 211

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Record of taxes from 1939 through 1961. Annual Report of the County Auditor for Lincoln County, Nevada, 1952-1953 and 1953-1954. Lincoln County, Nevada Tax List for the years 1942, 1947, 1954, 1955, 1956-57, and 1960-61 (1939-1961)

Folder 2

Chevrolet Truck records. Including mileage reports, weekly truck records, and gasoline records (1940-1948)

Folder 3

Nevada Unemployment Compensation Service Reports (1941-1960)

Box 212

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Annual reports of the Pioche Power and Light Company to the Federal Power Commission (1954-1957)

Folder 2

Inter-Mountain Association of Credit Men and Salt Lake Hardware Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. Letters to Pioche Power and Light Company (1932)

Folder 3

Lincoln Meat and Grocery account of Inter Mountain Association of Credit Men. Business correspondence with Pioche power and Light Company (1938)

Folder 4

Lincoln County Nevada invoices. Mainly for streetlights and the County courthouse (1930-1954)

Folder 5

Pioche Power and Light Company invoices and statements of account (1930-1966)

Folder 6

Cash receipts (1955)

Box 213

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Meter Records for 1955, 1957 and 1958. Bound with metal fastener. Two booklets (1955-1958)

Folder 2

Blank receipt slips [undated]

Folder 3

Corporate Filing Form and Letters and receipts for payment of the annual fee (tax documents) (1929-1959)

Folder 4

Nine letters, the correspondence of the Public Service Commission of Nevada and Pioche Power and Light Company. Annual Report of Pioche Power and Light to the Public Service Commission. One financial record sheet (1929-1945)

Folder 5

Report to the Public Service Commission, and balance sheets (1931-1932)

Folder 6

Report to the Public Service Commission (1932-1933)

Folder 7

Sixteen business payment letters for the Lincoln County Earnings Tax, and four receipts (1936-1952)

Folder 8

Report to the Public Service Commission (1933-1934)

Box 214

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Report to the Public Service Commission (1934)

Folder 2

Thirty letters from, to, and concerning the Pritchetts of White Rocks Utah, five receipts, and two insurance policies (1932-1940)

Folder 3

Twenty-three letters, truck operation reports for March 31, 1944, and financial records for October, 1950 (1939-1959)

Folder 4

War Production Board Utilities Order U-9 (1945)

United States. War Production Board
Folder 5

Two papers from the Assessor's Office of Lincoln County, Nevada (1953)

Folder 6

Payroll distribution records (1942)

Folder 7

Customer Records: Interest on Active Meter Deposits, and Bad Debt Records (1946-1958)

Box 215

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Gem Theater Electrical Service Report for April, 1945 by Engineer John M. Ridges (1945)

Folder 2

Contract with Pioche Power and Light Company for electricity at the Selective Service Board, Purchase order and copy of certificate (1940-1941)

Folder 3

Insurance, Employee Contribution list for September 16, 1948 (1948)

Folder 4

Federal Power Commission forms and National Rate Book papers (1944-1953)

Folder 5

Report to the Public Service Commission for 1935 and six business letters concerning the report (1935-1936)

Folder 6

Report to the Public Service Commission for 1936 and three business letters (1936-1937)

Folder 7

Report to the Public Service Commission for 1937 and three business letters (1937-1938)

Folder 8

Report to the Public Service Commission for 1938, 1939, and six business letters (1938-1940)

Folder 9

Treasury Department of the Internal Revenue Service, Reno Nevada correspondence with Pioche Power and Light Co.(twenty-eight business letters), and tax documents and forms, receipts of Excise taxes (1932-1952)

Folder 10

Nevada Tax Commission Annual Reports, 1933, 1936-43, 1946-59. Ten Nevada Tax Commission Bulletins. Seven business letters to and from the Nevada Tax Commission (1933-1959)

Folder 11

Fourteen business letters regarding various personal accounts, and two copies of a Deed involving Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Pioche Power and Light Company (1954-1957)

Folder 12

Unemployment check receipts and two forms (1940-1949)

Box 216

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Annual Reports to the Public Service Commission for 1940-47, 1949-58, and corresponding cover letters. Four Employment Security Papers (1940-1958)

Folder 2

Business letter and forms from the IRS concerning Social Security Number (1940)

Folder 3

Payroll Distribution from January 1, 1941 to December 31, 1941 (1941)

Folder 4

Employer's Tax Return, 1941-58, lacking 1956. Employee Earnings Records (1941-1958)

Folder 5

Forty business letters regarding customer accounts (1931-1958)

Folder 6

Petty Cash receipts (1943-1957)

Folder 7

Sixteen business letters. Operating Statement and Balance sheets for 1934, a Cost Estimate and Inventory, and Board of Directors Meeting Minutes from 1953, and a notice to customers dated August 28, 1937 (1934-1954)

Folder 8

Balance sheets from 1932-38. Operating statements from 1934 and 1937. Five business letters, mainly regarding balance sheets, and a Power Distribution Proposal (1934-1938)

Box 217

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Balance Sheets and Statements (1927-1936)

Folder 2

Balance Sheets, Operating Statement, and Trial Balance (1937)

Folder 3

Balance Sheets, Operating Statement, Trial Balance, and Reports (1938)

Folder 4

Balance Sheets, Operating Statement, Trial Balance, and Receipts and Disbursements (1939)

Folder 5

Balance Sheets, Operating Statement, Trial Balance, and Office Copy (1940)

Folder 6

Balance Sheets, Operating Statement, and Trial Balance (1946)

Folder 7

Trial Balance and Accounts Payable (1947)

Folder 8

Trial Balance, Operating Statement, and Accounts Payable (1948)

Box 218

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Trial Balance and Operating Statement (1949)

Folder 2

Comparative Balance Sheet (1930-1948)

Folder 3

Trial Balance and Operating Statement (1952)

Folder 4

Balance Sheets, Operating Statement, and Trial Balance (1952-1953)

Folder 5

Balance Sheets, Accounts Payable, Operating Statement, and Trial Balance (1954)

Folder 6

Balance Sheets, Accounts Payable, Operating Statement, and Trial Balance (1954-1955)

Folder 7

Balance Sheets, Accounts Payable, Operating Statements, and Trial Balance (1956)

Folder 8

Balance Sheets, Accounts Payable, Operating Statements, and Trial Balance (1957)

Box 219

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Jobbing: Shop Work Invoice and Statement of Account (1941)

Folder 2

Jobbing: Shop Work Invoice and Statement of Account (1942)

Folder 3

Jobbing: Shop Work Invoice and Statement of Account (1943)

Folder 4

Jobbing: Shop Work Invoice (1944)

Folder 5

Jobbing: Shop Work Invoice and Statement of Account (1945-1946)

Folder 6

Jobbing: Requisition for Supplies and Statement of Account (1946)

Folder 7

Jobbing: Requisition for Supplies and Statement of Account (1947)

Folder 8

Jobbing: Shop Work and Material Order and Statement of Account (1947-1949)

Folder 9

Jobbing: Shop Work and Material Order and Statement of Account (1948)

Box 220

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Jobbing: Shop Work and Material Order and Statement of Account (1950)

Folder 2

Jobbing: Shop Work and Material Order and Statement of Account (1951)

Folder 3

Jobbing: Shop Work and Material Order (1952)

Folder 4

Jobbing: Shop Work and Material Order (1953)

Folder 5

Jobbing: Shop Work and Material Order and Materials / Supplies Used for Line Repair and Meter Service (1954-1955)

Folder 6

Jobbing: Shop and Work Material Order (1955)

Box 221

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Jobbing: Shop Work and Material Order and Materials and Supplies Removed from Inventory (1956)

Folder 2

Jobbing: Shop Work and Material Order and Materials and Supplies Removed from Inventory (1957)

Folder 3

Income Tax Returns (1932-1949)

Folder 4

Nevada Bank of Commerce, Pioche Branch: Balance statement and one check (1942-1950)

Box 222

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Miscellaneous correspondence: H (1937-1958)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence: J (1930-1957)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous correspondence: K (1935-1958)

Folder 4

Miscellaneous correspondence: L (1939-1958)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous correspondence: M (1935-1959)

Folder 6

Miscellaneous correspondence: N (1934-1957)

Folder 7

Miscellaneous correspondence: O (1935-1951)

Folder 8

Miscellaneous correspondence: P (1930-1957)

Folder 9

Miscellaneous correspondence: R (1935-1959)

Folder 10

Miscellaneous correspondence: S (1934-1957)

Folder 11

Miscellaneous correspondence: T (1936-1958)

Folder 12

Miscellaneous correspondence: U (1937-1952)

Folder 13

Miscellaneous correspondence: V (1937-1957)

Folder 14

Miscellaneous correspondence: W (1937-1958)

Folder 15

Miscellaneous correspondence: Z (1948)

Box 223

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Pioche Power and Light Company bank statements (1938-1939)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 2

Pioche Power and Light Company bank statements (1940)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 3

Pioche Power and Light Company bank statements (1941, Apr.-Aug.)

Nevada Bank of Commerce and Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 4

Pioche Power and Light Company bank statements (1941, Nov. and 1944, June-July)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 5

Pioche Power and Light Company bank statements (1941-1943)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 6

Pioche Power and Light Balance Sheets, Trial Balance, and Operating Statements (1942-1943)

Box 224

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Pioche Power and Light Company bank statements (1943, Mar. and 1944)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 2

Pioche Power and Light Company bank statements (1945)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 3

Pioche Power and Light Company bank statements (1946)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 4

Pioche Power and Light Company bank statements (1947)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 5

Pioche Power and Light Company deposit slips (1943-1946)

Folder 6

Pioche Power and Light Company cash receipts (1954-1955)

Folder 7

Pioche Power and Light Company check registers nos. 1-42 and 180-678 (1930-1933)

Folder 8

Pioche Power and Light Company check registers nos. 9736-9738 and 9784-9789 (1936)

Box 225

Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

Pioche Power and Light Company check registers nos. 1182-1655 (1941-1942)

Folder 2

Pioche Power and Light Company check registers nos. 1656-2330 (1942-1944)

Folder 3

Pioche Power and Light Company check registers nos. 2331-2681 (1944-1945)

Folder 4

Pioche Power and Light Company check registers nos. 2682-2915 (1945-1946)

Folder 5

Pioche Power and Light Company check registers nos. 2916-3197 (1946-1947)

Folder 6

Pioche Power and Light Company check registers nos. 3198-3218 (1947)

 

Randsburg California Mines 1911-1965

Physical Description: 11 boxes
Box 226

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

Dry Test Results from April 1939, Certificate of Assay, and a Summary of Clean-up from the Randsburg Test Plant. Also includes handwritten notes and sketches on the site (1939)

Folder 2

Report of Sampling at Benson Gulch, Goler District. May, 1940. Two TLS to Alfred Hunt from Lawrence R. Lee at Randsburg, from 1940, and one MS letter from P. B. Chamberlain. Ten different maps or sketches from the tested area, and a summary of Gravel tests done on June 17, 1940 (1940)

Folder 3

Eighteen pages of handwritten notes and sketches. Four TLS to Alfred Hunt. A to scale drawing of the "Layout of Flume Grades, Trommel-Jigs and Gold Mat" for Goler Placers, Randsburg, CA. A report on Sluices, and a list of things furnished by South Western Engineering Co. (1940-1941)

Folder 4

Stapled in printed wrappers: a Parts Price List from Wisconsin Engines, Koehring 301 Shovel, Pull Shovel, Crane, Dragline, Parts List and Instruction for Care and Operation Catalogue, and a Detailed Specification Koehring Size No. 1 Shovel Crane Dragline catalogue. An equipment advertisement. Seven TS several signed, and five retained carbons of business letters, mainly to and from M. P. McCaffrey, Inc. and three receipts (1939-1940)

Folder 5

A blue print entitled "Ground Plan John Janney Substation," Randsburg, CA. A booklet, stapled in printed wrappers, from Norton and Norton Electric Co. Fourteen TLS, and retained carbons of nine business letters regarding power and equipment for the Randsburg Mines, two General Electric Catalogues (1939-1941)

Folder 6

Notes and cost sheets on the Pipe line, and nine TLS, two telegrams, and nine retained carbons of business letters regarding the purchase and installation of pipe (1940-1941)

Folder 7

Cost estimates for the installation of pipes. Twenty-nine TLS and retained carbons of nine business letters to and from various pipe supply companies and brochures and quotations from most of these companies (1939-1940)

Folder 8

Sand and Gravel Pumps. Six TLS, and retained carbons of eight business letters to and from different companies regarding pumps and cost estimates, and four different catalogues of pumps (1939-1940)

Folder 9

A Proposed Plan of Operation for Goler, California, dated December 1940 and a continuation of that data dated February, 1941. One letter to John Janney. Bound in a folder a Suggested Plan of Operation Placer Mining in Goler, CA dated August, 1940 (1940-1941)

Folder 10

Eleven TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons of eleven business letters mainly to and from Alfred Hunt and Fairbanks, Morse and Co. regarding pumps for the Randsburg mines, and one catalogue of the company's pumps (1940-1941)

Folder 11

Pump House. Three TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of three business letters, all regarding building a pump house, and plans and layout of the pump house for Goler-Placer Mine (1940-1941)

Folder 12

Sixteen TLS, four telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty business letters requesting information on pumps for sale and responses to these letters from various companies. A proposal from Pomona Pump Co. (1942)

Box 227

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

Photocopy from the California Journal of Mines and Geology January and April, 1933, Vol. 29 Nos. 1 and 2, pp 278-286, 335-38, 291, 306, and 456-458, and a list of Gold Nuggets Found and reports from Randsburg and Placer (1933)

Folder 2

Reports on the Mines: Goler Canyon-Gold Placer, and Water Lands report, copy of the Mining Engineer's Report, report Relative to the Development of Water, Sampling and Fire Assaying Placer Material for Gold report by Lewis B. Skinner, report entitled "Black Sands" A Report on the Placer Ground with a cover letter to John Janney from Alfred Hunt, a Suggested Plan of Operation, Placer mining, bound in a folder. Nine different documents, several of which are notarized and concern responsibilities of the mine. One TLS to John Janney (1932-1940)

Folder 3

Fifty-two TLS, forty-nine MS, eight telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty-eight business letters, all being correspondence of Samuel M. Mingus and John Janney. Also, a lease agreement (1941-1951)

Folder 4

Five TLS, and four MS business letters mainly from Samuel M. Mingus of Randsburg, California (1946-1948)

Folder 5

Mining and Industrial News, February 15, 1939 and a reprinted article. Catalogues and information on Drag-line Dredges, three TLS and one retained carbon of a business letters, all concerning buying dredges, and report sheets on the power required for pumping (1939)

Folder 6

Pump and Well Test: Summary, Power Cost sheet, seven graphs and diagrams, and two TLS, and retained carbons of five business letters (1940-1941)

Folder 7

A Proposed Plan of Operation by Alfred Hunt, a Report on Placer Ground at Golder Canyon in a metal fastener, submitted by Hunt, a Report on Goler Canyon by Harold W. Fairbanks and one by Horace J. West, and an indenture from August 15, 1939 (1939-1940)

Folder 8

Gravel Tests for Water Wells, May 8, 1940 and a copy, an Analysis from May 11, 1939 (1939-1940)

Folder 9

Jigs: Two TLS, and one retained carbon of a business letter, all concerning purchasing jigs for the mine and eight catalogues or information booklets on Placer Jigs (1937-1941)

Folder 10

Gardner-Denver Company: seven TLS and one retained carbon of a business letter, all are to and from the Co. regarding their pumps and a catalogue of pumps (1940-1941)

Folder 11

California Corrugated Culvert Company: Thirteen TLS and retained carbons of nine business letters between this company and Alfred Hunt of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1940-1941)

Box 228

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

Flumes and Sluices. Eleven TLS, and retained carbons of eleven letters, to and from various companies about supplying sluices and flumes. Four catalogues or brochures from these companies. Plans for the Head Sluice Box. A Sample of Gold Mat rubber, manufactured by the American Rubber MFG. Co. of Oakland CA (1941)

Folder 2

Eight various Claims and lists of Deeds in different drafts regarding Randsburg mines, and a Summary. Also, a Deed of Augustus L. Putnam, Trustee, to John Janney, from August 21, 1939 (1939-1940)

Folder 3

Budgets from December 1940 through March 1941. Three expense and Salary account sheets. A Statement of Dry Washer Operations. Miscellaneous notes, and one MS letter from O. H. Caldwell to John Janney (1935-1941)

Folder 4

Three TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of three business letters, and four catalogues for Slackline Cableway Excavators (1940)

Folder 5

Withholding Tax Statements, Reconciliation Forms, and Quarterly Federal Tax Return forms and six TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of ten letters regarding taxes (1945-1965)

Folder 6

Payroll sheets for March and June, 1944, Employer's Tax Return, two TLS, and one retained carbon of a business letter, all regarding Social Security (1944)

Folder 7

Payroll sheets for October, July, April, and January, 1943. One TLS, and retained carbons of three business letters from 1943. All information in this folder is regarding social security for 1943 (1943)

Folder 8

Social Security information for 1940. Five TLS and retained carbons of two business letters and Employer's Tax Returns, and individual time sheets (1940)

Folder 9

Social Security information for 1942: Payroll sheets for January, December, June, and September, 1942. Two TLS, two MS, and retained carbons of three letters, mainly to Samuel M. Mingus, and employer's Tax Returns (1942-1943)

Folder 10

Social Security information for 1939: Payroll sheets for March to July 1939, Employer's Tax Returns, Earnings Reports, time sheets, two TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of four business letters, and pamphlets on Workmen's Compensation and the California Unemployment Reserves Act, As Amended (1937-1941)

Box 229

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

A map of the Great Mojave Desert, courtesy of Petersen's Desert Service. Seven Notices of Location Quartz Claims by J. D. Voss and one Deed to Voss, (in an envelope); Two copies of an Escrow Agreement for Voss's Claims with John Janney and Augustus Putnam, three notices of a payment by Janney and an Option to Buy Mining Claims Statement (1926-1930)

Folder 2

Notices of Placer Claims bound in metal fastener from April 1935 to December 1938. Agreement of Sale between Joseph Foisie, Garland Winter, and John Janney, dated March 15, 1939. A Notice of payment received by Samuel M. Mingus from John Janney, a material and machinery list, one TLS and a copy of a release of Claims Statement from Austin E. Park (1935-1939)

Folder 3

Fourteen Quitclaim Deeds to Augustus Putnam, trustee, from January 1939 to October, 1941 for the Goler Mining District in Kern County California. One TLS, and a copy of an agreement, typed and signed, made with John Janney on January 7, 1939 for Saddle and New Dawn Placer Mining Claims (1938-1941)

Folder 4

Eighteen Quitclaim Deeds dated from May 13, 1935 to August 28, 1940 for claims in the Goler Mining District, Kern County, CA, deeded to Augustus Putnam, Samuel M. Mingus, P. B. Chamberlain, and John Janney. Also one Notice of Location Placer Claim form dated November, 5, 1937, Claimant Ada Browne, and TS notice of Ada Browne's Claims, signed April 24, 1936 (1935-1940)

Folder 5

Five TS signed Notices of Placer Location, each made July 1st, 1938 and signed by P. B. Chamberlain and Samuel M. Mingus. Ten Notices of Location Placer Claim Forms dated March 29, 1938 for claims in the Goler Mining District of Kern County, California, and recorded at the request of P. B. Chamberlain, also two TS memoranda signed by Chamberlain and Mingus, from January 1939 (1938-1949)

Folder 6

Twenty-four Notices of Location Placer Claim Forms, April to September, 1939 for claims in the Goler Mining District of Kern County, CA recorded at the request of Samuel M. Mingus. Four TS Notice of Placer Location dated from February, 1938 to July, 1940 and signed by various parties. Three TS, signed, Amended Notices of Location Placer Claims dated from September 1939 to September 1941. Four Quartz Claim Location Notices, dated April 25, 1940, for claims in the Northwesterly and Southeasterly quarters of Goler Mining District, Kern City., CA, signed by Janney and Mingus. One claim map of New Lode Locations. One Quitclaim Deed to John Janney, dated May, 1939, unsigned or recorded (1938-1941)

Box 230

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

Three maps of Mining Property, and a blue print of machinery (1933-1934)

Folder 2

From Report On Sand Canyon, Reed Gulch, and Other Placer Ground in El Paso Mountains, Kern County California. By W. D. Abel, E.M [undated]

Folder 3

Geology and Ore Deposits of the Randsburg Quadrangle of California: Bulletin No. 95. Issued by the California State Mining Bureau (1925)

Maps in a pocket in the back
Box 231

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

An Agreement of Sale of Mining Property, July 12, 1935, a copy and a signed copy, and a retained carbon of one letter from the County Recorder to John Janney (1935-1936)

Folder 2

Agreement with S. F. Bangle and John Janney made December 5, 1935, two copies, one signed, the other initialed by John Janney (1935)

Folder 3

Agreement between John Janney and Mrs. Addie C. Johnson dated November 8, 1935, signed, and one MS and two retained carbon letters regarding this agreement (1935)

Folder 4

Agreement between E. G. Fink, P. G. Chamberlain, Beatrice Chamberlain, William A. Hubber, Thomas J. Hubber, Jr., and William A. Hubber, as Executor of the Estate of Thomas J. Hubber, deceased, and John Janney, January 7, 1939 (1939)

Folder 5

Trustee's Bill of Sale for Farrar Gulch Mining Co. (1935)

Folder 6

Retained carbons of two business letters to Samuel M. Mingus (1935)

Folder 7

A Quit Claim Deed between Mrs. Addie C. Johnson and John Janney, November 8, 1935 (1935)

Folder 8

An Agreement between G. L. Mathisen and John Janney, made April 22, 1935 (1935)

Folder 9

A Quit Claim Deed between Samuel M. Mingus and P. G. Chamberlain, party of the first, and John Janney, party of the second, made November 9, 1935. A Quit Claim Deed between P. G. Chamberlain and John Janney made November 9, 1935 (1935)

Folder 10

Seventeen TLS, and retained carbons of twenty-one business letters, Employer's Tax Returns, and State Employment Social Security forms (1939-1941)

Folder 11

Social Security: Five TLS, and four retained carbons of business letters, monthly payroll sheets, Employer Tax Returns, State Compensation Insurance forms, and notes on the Walker Survey (1941-1942)

Folder 12

One proof of Labor form and two retained carbons of business letters (1937)

Folder 13

Correspondence of Frank Walker and Glenda Quirk, one MS and one retained carbon of a letter (1938)

Folder 14

One TLS, and two retained carbons of business letters, two of these letters involve Gold Coast Mining Corporation (1939-1940)

Folder 15

Two MS and four retained carbons of business letters being the correspondence of John Janney and J. D. Voss (1939-1944)

Folder 16

One TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of three business letters that are the correspondence of H. L. Manning and John Janney, and a rental agreement (1940-1941)

Folder 17

Three TLS, five MS, two telegrams, and five retained carbons of letters, being correspondence of J. D. Murphy, Alfred Hunt, and Samuel M. Mingus (1939-1940)

Folder 18

Three MS and three retained carbons, all business letters to and from R. E. Ralston, and one invoice (1941)

Folder 19

Nine TLS and ten retained carbons of letters that are the correspondence of Milton E. Remelli and John Janney / Alfred Hunt, and two invoices (1940)

Folder 20

Miscellaneous "N": Three retained carbons of business letters and one equipment catalogue (1940-1941)

Folder 21

Thirty-three TLS, twenty MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of thirty-four business letters, all being correspondence of Samuel M. Mingus and John Janney (1939-1944)

Folder 22

One TLS and retained carbon of three letters that are the correspondence of M. P. McCaffrey and Alfred Hunt (1939)

Folder 23

One TLS, and retained carbons of three business letters between Henry Mack, Attorney at Law and John Janney (1940)

Folder 24

The Merrill Company: Three TLS and one retained carbon of a business letters, two equipment catalogues, and three blueprints of equipment (1940-1941)

Folder 25

Universal Placer Mining Company, two TLS and one retained carbon letter (1939-1940)

Folder 26

List of Equipment purchased from U. S. Machinery Company of Sacramento, CA [undated]

Folder 27

One TLS from J. T. Vedder to Morgan Heap (1941, Jan. 22)

Folder 28

Two telegrams being correspondence of Charles Pray and Alfred Hunt. Bargains Placer Dredging Equipment for Sale by A. Hack (1940)

Folder 29

One TLS and one retained carbon being letters of correspondence with Placer Properties and J. Henry C. Boig (1940)

Folder 30

Seven MS letters and one telegram from Towson E. Smith, and one advertisement for a sluice (1935)

Folder 31

One TLS from State Compensation Insurance Fund to John Janney (1940)

Folder 32

One TLS, one MS, two telegrams, and one retained carbon, being letters to and from Fred K. Sheesley (1935-1940)

Folder 33

Standard Oil Company of California, invoices, statements of account, one TLS, and one retained carbon letter (1939-1941)

Folder 34

One TLS, two MS, and retained carbons of five miscellaneous business letters: Alfred Hunt, Ray F. Smith, R. Schultz, E. H. Snyder, and John Janney (1939-1940)

Box 232

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

Twenty-three TLS, eighteen MS, nineteen retained carbons of business letters, and one of a contract (signed), a drawing on a mine shaft, and a machinery brochure (1936-1942)

Folder 2

Thirteen TLS, ten MS, eighteen retained carbons of letters, and a report of Calaveras Central Gold Mining Co. (1950-1953)

Folder 3

Fifteen TLS, one MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of eleven letters: Pomona Pump Company and Samuel M. Mingus. One scale map in pen and color pencil labeled Shell Oil Co., Inc. Land Dept. (1941-1947)

Folder 4

Thirteen TLS, one MS, six telegrams, and thirteen retained carbons of letters mainly the correspondence of Alfred Hunt, of Randsburg, CA, and E. G. Woods (1939-1940)

Folder 5

Eight TLS, one retained carbon, mainly to or from Alfred Hunt and John Janney, one drawing of a mine, and one newspaper clipping about mining gold (1937-1939)

Folder 6

Eighteen TLS, four MS, one telegram, and nineteen retained carbons of letters, mainly the correspondence of Janney and P. B. Chamberlain (1937-1938)

Folder 7

Forty-three TLS, forty-six MS, nine telegrams, and sixty retained carbons of letters: Samuel M. Mingus, P. B. Chamberlain, O. H. Caldwell, and John Janney. A copy of an Agreement of Sale of Mining Property (1936-1947)

Folder 8

Sutton, Steele and Steele: Invoices, statements, nine TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons of five letters (1937-1938)

Folder 9

Fifty-three TLS, one MS, seven telegrams, forty-three retained carbons, and one to scale pencil map of mine locations in Goler Canyon: Alfred Hunt and John Janney (1939-1941)

Box 233

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

Thirty-three TLS, Twenty-six MS, ten telegrams, four memos, retained carbons of fifty-five letters, two maps, and a signed and notarized legal statement: P. G. Chamberlain, O. H. Caldwell, Towson E. Smith, Ralph Arnold, Robert T. Linney, and others (1936-1938)

Folder 2

Seven TLS, ten MS, ten telegrams, retained carbons of thirty-six letters: John Janney, Ralph Arnold, Towson E. Smith, P. F. Smith, O. H. Caldwell, and Fred K. Sheesley. A Summons for John Janney et al. (1936)

Folder 3

Nine TLS, and seventeen retained carbons of letters that are mainly the correspondence of Robert T. Linney and John Janney regarding the case Drennan vs. Janney (1939-1940)

Folder 4

Letters from Ray L. Hawley, Los Angeles Rock and Gravel Corporation, and Della A. Lowe to John Janney and Alfred Hunt (1940)

Folder 5

Five TLS, three retained carbons, that are correspondence mainly with Austin Landis, one MS page of notes, one pencil sketch of mine location, and a record of Samples from Landes and Hess Properties (1939)

Folder 6

Seventeen TLS, nine MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of thirty-nine letters, mainly the correspondence of Laurence R. Lee and John Janney (1939-1940)

Folder 7

Twenty-six TLS, ten MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of forty-two letters, being correspondence of Laurence R. Lee and John Janney (1939-1942)

Folder 8

Two retained carbons and Keystone Engineering receipts (1940)

Folder 9

Retained carbons of Articles of Incorporation of Key Goler Mining Co. (1935)

Folder 10

One MS, and three retained carbons of miscellaneous letters to Jims Garage, Kathleen M. Jewell, John Janney, and William P. Jenkins (1940)

Folder 11

Three TLS, and retained carbons of thirty letters to and from Citizens National Bank and John Janney (1939-1940)

Folder 12

Bank of America: Three retained carbons of letters from John Janney (1940)

Folder 13

Bank of Tehachapi: One TLS and three retained carbons of letters (1940)

Folder 14

One TLS, nine MS, two telegrams, and six retained carbons, correspondence of Alfred Bell and John Janney (1939-1940)

Box 234

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

One scale map of proposed mining in Benson Gulch and Reed Gulch. Seven color pencil maps of mining areas, approximately sixty pages of MS notes and sketches of the mines, and two test results from Goler Canyon (1928-1939)

Folder 2

Harron, Rickard and McCone Co.: Invoices, two TLS, and two retained carbons of letters (1940-1941)

Folder 3

One TLS, five MS, and retained carbons of six letters, being miscellaneous "H" correspondence, and a signed receipt (1939-1941)

Folder 4

Four TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons of six letters being correspondence of R. W. Henderson and John Janney regarding Drennan vs. Janney (1940)

Folder 5

Four TLS, eight MS, one telegram, six retained carbons: Samuel M. Mingus, Morgan G. Heap, John Janney, W. W. Grubbs, Towson E. Smith, and others. A prospectus of the Commodity Corporation (1936)

Folder 6

Sixty-one TLS, thirty MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of seventy-five business letters being the correspondence of Alfred Hunt and Sam Mingus (1935-1942)

Folder 7

Goler Placer Properties: 1940 Development in Prospect Report, by Augustus Putnam including maps (1940)

Folder 8

One retained carbon, two invoices from Atolia Mining Co. (1940-1941)

Folder 9

Anglo-American Mining Corporation, Ltd.: Four TLS, four telegrams, and four retained carbons (1939-1940)

Folder 10

Four TLS, two retained carbons of letters, 1941 Assessment List, a signed Non-Responsibility Notice, and a signed Memo (1940-1941)

Folder 11

Six TLS, eight MS, eight telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-four letters, all the correspondence of Alfred Hunt and P. G. Chamberlain (1939-1941)

Folder 12

Twelve TLS, two telegrams, ten retained carbons of letters, the correspondence of John Janney, Alfred Hunt, P. G. Chamberlain, and Samuel M. Mingus, and lists of receipts and disbursements of Janney and Chamberlain (1939-1941)

Folder 13

One TLS, and two retained carbons, miscellaneous correspondence: General Electric and Rex B. Goodcell (1941)

Folder 14

Three telegrams, and one retained carbon, all correspondence with John Gaston (1935)

Folder 15

Five MS, and five retained carbons that are correspondence of Alfred Hunt, John Janney, J. L. Foisie and E. G. Fink (1939-1940)

Folder 16

Electric and Machinery Service (1941)

Folder 17

Retained carbon of an excerpt of a letter from Walter J. Thalheimer (1935)

Folder 18

Eleven TLS, eighteen MS, fifteen telegrams, retained carbons of forty-six letters, mainly correspondence with P. G. Chamberlain, balance sheets and other mine reports (1939-1941)

Folder 19

Three TLS, retained carbons of five letters, miscellaneous "C" correspondence (1940)

Folder 20

MS, retained carbons of three letters, all correspondence of O. H. Caldwell and John Janney (1935-1939)

Box 235

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

Five TLS, one telegram, retained carbons of seven letters, two sketches of a mine site, and a copy of a mining lease, all correspondence or involving Albert Ancker, President of Yellow Aster M and M Co. (1939-1940)

Folder 2

One Notice of Desire to Hold Mining Claims, signed and notarized (1947)

Folder 3

American Pipe and Steel Corporation: Invoices, statements, one TLS, and one retained carbon (1939-1940)

Folder 4

Aitken and Kidder, Contractors: Forty-four TLS, twenty-six telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty-one letters, to and from Janney and the company (1939-1946)

Folder 5

Twenty-one TLS, eighteen MS, eight telegrams, and retained carbons of thirty-two letters, miscellaneous correspondence: U.S. Machinery Company, Samuel M. Mingus, P. G. Chamberlain, O. H. Caldwell, Robert T. Linney, and others (1936-1941)

Folder 6

Nineteen TLS, twenty-two MS, four telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-six letters, being correspondence of O. H. Caldwell and John Janney (1936-1939)

Folder 7

Eleven TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons of eight letters that are correspondence of James H. Kennedy and John Janney (1936-1941)

Folder 8

Twelve TLS and retained carbons of twenty-seven letters that are correspondence of Robert T. Linney and John Janney (1936-1939)

Folder 9

Nine TLS, twelve MS, six telegrams, retained carbons of forty-six letters that are correspondence of P. G. Chamberlain and John Janney, and a Summary of an Agreement (1936-1942)

Box 236

Randsburg California Mines

Folder 1

Four TLS, eight MS, five telegrams, retained carbons of eleven letters, mainly correspondence of Alfred Bell, Mark Woods, and John Janney, and one pencil map of Pioche (1934-1939)

Folder 2

Forty-three TLS, thirty-five MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of thirty-two letters that are correspondence of Towson E. Smith and John Janney. Proofs of Annual Labor, and a pamphlet by Roy L. Smith, and a receipt (1911-1953)

Folder 3

An Agreement of Sale, a TS Capital Account statement, 1935, a Conditional Sales Contract, one TLS, one MS, and a map of California (1935-1955)

Folder 4

Account sheets, four TLS: Kelly Pipe Company, Richard K. Baker, and John Janney. Four memoranda (1937-1941)

Folder 5

Two TLS, three MS, one telegram: Samuel M. Mingus and John Janney. A copy of a Lease Agreement, and one original map of the Randsburg Mining areas (1946-1949)

Folder 6

Invoices, bank statements, check stubs, returned checks, etc. Alfred Hunt's account in the Bank of America (1939-1941)

 

Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company 1909-1935

Physical Description: 1 box
Box 237

Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company

Folder 1

One blank Receipt Pending Issuance of Certificate (1909)

Folder 2

Legal document on the case Charles D. Bates vs. Tenabo Mining and Smelting Co.; one TLS, two MS, and retained carbons of three letters (1912-1923)

Folder 3

Nine TLS, two MS, nine telegrams, retained carbons of fifteen letters regarding the case of Charles D. Bates vs. Tenabo Mining and Smelting Co., a legal document from the case, and bound in wrappers an Appellant's Brief (1914-1935)

Folder 4

Ledger: TS Minutes of Board Meetings held from January 6, 1909 to June 12, 1911, signed by John Janney, Secretary. Oblong 3/4 red leather and black cloth (1909-1911)

Folder 5

Unused Application and Receipt Book for Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company stock. Oblong cloth bound book (1909)

Folder 6

Fourteen retained carbons of letters, and twenty-nine copies of telegrams, all regarding problems with the sale of Tenabo property (1920-1921)

Folder 7

Transfers of Capital Ledger, 1910-11. Thin, oblong, 4to, nine pages. Important ownership document (1910-1911)

 

Miscellaneous 1896-1992

Physical Description: 101 boxes
Box 238

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Pioche Record Publishing Company and Civil Rights

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company minutes of the first annual meeting. Plus ABC Machine Company Forms. Plus sixteen pages folio, segregation of John Janney share accounts, etc. (1909-1924)

Folder 2

Printed documents: Pioche Looking South. Pioche Mines Merger Agreement, 1942. Pioche Mines Settlement Agreement, 1942. Pioche Mines Balance sheet, 1936, ten million dollars in assets. Promo sheet, Pioche District has produced forty million dollars. Pioche Mines report to stockholders, 1931. Utah Culvert Company trade catalogue. Denver Fire Clay Company trade catalogue. H. R. $13,000, 1931, rubber stamp. Janney plan for economic relief. Nevada State Workers form, unused, six. Plus Virginia Securities form (1931-1942)

Note: Rubber stamp missing
Folder 3

Pioche Record Publishing Company file. Original incorporation date was 1911. This file has documents from 1933-47. In 1945, $31,000 is in trial balance (1933-1947)

Folder 4

Report to America: American Coalition of Patriotic Societies, Memorandum re: Communism in the United States Army, Voters for the Constitution, Memorandum American Coalition of Patriotic Societies, Voters Constitution and correspondence to General P.A. del Valle, John Janney, John C. Williams, and others (1961-1965)

Communism
Folder 5

Correspondence: James T. Robertson, Attorney at Law, to John Janney. Clippings from the Pioche Record (1958-1963)

Folder 6

Pioche Record Publishing Company check registers nos. 1201-1449 (1935-1937)

Box 239

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Civil Rights

Folder 1

Envelope containing Civil rights right wing newspaper clippings (1958-1959)

Civil Rights--United States; Conservatism
Folder 2

Miscellaneous clippings related to civil rights (a) (1963)

Civil Rights--United States
Folder 3

Miscellaneous clippings related to civil rights (b) (1963)

Civil Rights--United States
Box 240

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Civil Rights

Folder 1

Correspondence and printed documents relative to Janney's political views. Including possibly, carbon TS of his essays or speeches. Congressional publications etc. The bias is Anti-Communist. Includes a London Anti-Semitic Proclamation, 4 pp. on blue paper, and a "Better Dead Than Red" bumper sticker (1961-1966)

United States--Politics and government--1945-1989
Folder 2

Miscellaneous printed matter: Zionist Leaders Conspire to Railroad the United States into a Third World War, Defenders of The American Constitution, Inc., The Dan Smoot Report, and other items (1959-1966)

United States--Politics and government--1945-1989
Folder 3

Miscellaneous printed matter: Virginia Commission on Constitutional Government, Conquest or Consent, American Opinion, and American Mercury (1962-1965)

United States--Politics and government--1945-1989
Folder 4

Miscellaneous printed matter: 87th 2d Session, 88th 2d Session Committee Print, Nevadans on Guard, and Uniform Crime Reports (1962-1964)

United States--Politics and government--1945-1989
Box 241

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Twin Falls, Idaho

Folder 1

First Security Bank of Idaho: Three TLS and thirty-one retained carbons of letters (1948-1952)

Folder 2

Three telegrams, Tax Collector's receipts (1926)

Folder 3

Warranty Deed, 1912; signed Release, 1913; signed Affidavit, 1913; Certificate of stock in Twin Falls Canal Company, 1913; Bank receipts, cancelled checks and statements for First National Bank of Twin Falls Idaho, Merchant's Bank, Twin Falls Bank and Trust Co., Continental National Bank (1911-1915)

Agriculture
Folder 4

Six business letters regarding Janney's farm land in Idaho (1948-1950)

Folder 5

Milton D. Brownlee's crop reports for 1947 to John Janney regarding his Idaho holdings. Thirty-four letters by both parties regarding the ranch. Several receipts from various agricultural supply stores (1944-1949)

Agriculture; Field crops
Folder 6

Check book from the First Security Bank of Idaho, Jerome Idaho. Only two sheets of checks are missing [1940s]

Folder 7

Business correspondence. Stuart H. Taylor, financial records, Schedule Showing the Comparative Cost for Proposed Brick Walls, and Party Wall Agreement (1936-1937)

Folder 8

Business correspondence. Pacific Coast Joint Stock Land Bank, First Security Bank of Idaho, and financial records (1936-1938)

Box 242

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Twin Falls, Idaho and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Income Tax 1949. $18,000 income (1949)

Folder 2

Business correspondence. Trial Balance sheets, Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. settlement agreement and merger agreement (1942-1950)

Folder 3

Business correspondence. District National Bank and Notice of Stockholders' Meeting (1941-1943)

Folder 4

Protective Bondholders' Committee of Pioche Mines Consolidated (1941, Apr. 15)

Folder 5

Twin Falls, Idaho and business correspondence. Summary of History of Pioche Mines and Resolutions (1952-1964)

Folder 6

Samuels and Franklin contractors. Two blueprints 600-ton Crushing Plant (1945)

Folder 7

Business correspondence. Bruce Condie, Mining Deed, minutes of stockholders' meeting, and notice (1945-1953)

Folder 8

Business correspondence. Grant of Easement, Bristol Silver Mines Company, Oriental Refining Company, and shareholders' (1942)

Folder 9

Business correspondence. E. G. Woods, minutes of directors meeting, advances to Pioche Mine Company, and Utah Savings and Trust Company (1923-1941)

Folder 10

Twin Falls, Idaho correspondence. Stuart H. Taylor, Milton Ulrich, Vic Nelson, Twin Falls National Farm Loan Assn., and Bill of Sale (1951-1964)

Folder 11

Twin Falls, Idaho and business correspondence. Clippings, income tax, deeds, and leases (1936-1954)

Box 243

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Twin Falls, Idaho and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Minutes Directors Meeting (1942-1943)

Folder 2

Business correspondence. Samuel W. Ford, Source and Disposition of Funds, memoranda, and Declaration in Trust (1945-1948)

Folder 3

Twin Falls, Idaho and business correspondence. Samuel W. Ford, Romaine M. Philes, and Oriental Refining Company (1941-1945)

Folder 4

Business correspondence. Samuel W. Ford, Richard K. Baker, Funds Advanced for Litigation Expenses, deeds, and Notice to Take Deposition (a) (1938-1953)

Folder 5

Business correspondence. Samuel W. Ford, Richard K. Baker, Funds Advanced for Litigation Expenses, deeds, and Notice to Take Deposition (b) (1938-1953)

Box 244

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Provident Trust (1932-1942)

Folder 2

Philadelphia National Bank (1934-1942)

Folder 3

Goler Placers by Janney. TS. 1940. A description of the entire holdings of Placer lands in Randsburg district (1940)

Folder 4

Business correspondence. Oriental Refining Company, Direct Examination of John Janney, S. M. Newton, sketches, and notes (1938-1945)

Folder 5

Audit and other reports concerning Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1939-1940)

Folder 6

Letters to Samuel W. Ford (1940)

Folder 7

Business correspondence. Fact Finding Committee of the Debenture-Holders of the Pioche Mines Consolidated, Percy H. Clark's resignation, and H. H. Atkinson, Attorney for Defendant (1940)

Folder 8

Business correspondence. Percy H. Clark, George Lieb, Theodore E. Brown, and Accounts Receivable – Subsidiaries (1939-1940)

Folder 9

Oil correspondence. Augustus L. Putnam, Richard K. Baker, and H. H. Atkinson (1940)

Box 245

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Business correspondence. To the Security Holders of the Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., receipt, Stroud and Company, E. G. Woods, and Henry E. Sheridan (1929-1955)

Folder 2

Business correspondence. Theodore E. Brown, Fellowcrafters, Inc., District National Bank, and Oriental Refining Company (1941)

Folder 3

Business correspondence. Richard K. Baker, E. G. Woods, Alfred Hunt, Augustus L. Putnam, and Samuel M. Mingus (1941)

Folder 4

Business correspondence between A. C. Milner and John Janney (1941)

Folder 5

Business correspondence. Oriental Refining Company, Richard K. Baker, Theodore E. Brown, and Memorandum Oriental vs. Cooke (1941-1947)

Folder 6

Business correspondence. E. G. Woods, Jim Hulse, and shareholders (1946-1947)

Folder 7

Business correspondence. Estate of John E. Zimmermann, Memorandum $12,000 item and Merger Agreement (1928-1944)

Box 246

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Correspondence: C. Bascom Slemp, an attorney, from Washington, D.C. (1925-1941)

Folder 2

Correspondence: Herbert B. Stimpson, an attorney, from Baltimore, MD (1921-1929)

Folder 3

Correspondence: George Zingsheim, Southeastern Grain and Livestock Company, from North Carolina (1921-1938)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines correspondence: Primarily "S" (1921-1930)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines correspondence: Primarily "P" (1922-1929)

Folder 6

Stemming Machine blueprint and correspondence: George M. Zingsheim, Herbert B. Stimpson, William W. Varney, and others (1924-1931)

Folder 7

Standard Metals and Chemical Corporation and Carl Strover correspondence (1925-1929)

Folder 8

Safe Deposit and Trust Company (1926-1937)

Folder 9

Wheeler and Co. Investment Securities, Philadelphia. In regards to stock transactions (1927-1931)

Folder 10

Pioche Mines stock sales. Primarily "W" correspondence (1924-1942)

Box 247

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Orin S. Wilson and John Janney correspondence (1929)

Folder 2

Safe Deposit and Trust Company and W. W. Grubbs correspondence (1936-1937)

Folder 3

Haseltine Smith and Company correspondence (1926-1931)

Folder 4

Pacific Coast Joint Stock Land Bank, Twin Falls Branch correspondence (1927-1935)

Folder 5

Laurence H. Watres, John Janney, and W. W. Grubbs correspondence in regards to rebuilding the mill (1935-1938)

Folder 6

Blueprint Showing Workings On Fine Gold No. 2 Placer Mining Claim Located in Goler Gulch and correspondence, primarily concerning Randsburg (1932-1939)

Folder 7

Towson E. Smith and John Janney correspondence (1920-1926)

Folder 8

Towson E. Smith and John Janney correspondence (1927-1930)

Folder 9

Towson E. Smith correspondence, in regards to California mines (1931-1937)

Box 248

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Miscellaneous correspondence: Thomas Ruffin, Arthur Reall, Thomas L. Rust, A. L. Romine, M. L. Requa, and other "R" correspondence (1924-1937)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence: Timberlake and Nelson, Grace T. Train, Kirk C. Tuttle, and other "T" correspondence (1923-1938)

Folder 3

Arthur A. J. Weglein, Counsellor At Law, New York correspondence (1928-1935)

Folder 4

H. C. Wainwright and Co., stockbrokers, correspondence (1927-1942)

Folder 5

American Tin Corporation. Annual Report and Financial Statement, 1929 and Report to the Deposits of the American Tin Corporation Temescal District California (1928-1931)

Folder 6

Leslie H. Seale, Exploration and Development Underwriters correspondence and documents (1927-1929)

Folder 7

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and E. W. Wilson. Values and investment broker, in regards to investment in Pioche (1918-1931)

Folder 8

Fred K. Sheesley, Walter J. Thalheimer, and other misc. correspondence. In regards to important business liaison in Los Angeles (1935-1936)

Box 249

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

William C. Ewing and miscellaneous "S" correspondence (1924-1939)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence: M. M. Sloss, Herbert B. Stimpson, Samuel R. Munson, and John Janney primarily concerning Stemmer / Stemming machine. In the United States Patent Office Interference No. 58052 (1925-1927)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous correspondence: M. M. Sloss, Herbert B. Stimpson, Samuel R. Munson, and John Janney primarily concerning Stemmer / Stemming machine. In the United States Patent Office Interference No. 58052 (1923-1929)

Folder 4

F. King Wainwright correspondence (1926-1933)

Folder 5

Otto U. von Schrader and other miscellaneous correspondence (1922-1942)

Folder 6

The Rust Engineering Company (1935)

Folder 7

Sidney R. Small and W. Evans Smith correspondence (1935-1939)

Folder 8

Miscellaneous correspondence: George Earle Robinette, Farmer's and Merchants National Bank and Trust Co., Whiteford, Marshall and Hart, and other attorneys (1928-1939)

Folder 9

Silver Stabilization and Monetary correspondence, documents, and printed matter (1931-1935)

Silver question
Box 250

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Alfred Bell and John Janney correspondence. Including signed agreement (1928-1946)

Folder 2

O. H. Caldwell correspondence (1935-1937)

Folder 3

Miles P. (Miles Percy) Duval, Jr. (1896-1989) correspondence (1935-1936)

Folder 4

Auchincloss, Parker and Redpath correspondence (1935-1936)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous correspondence: Burr, Gannett and Co., Edward O. Bogert, Henry G. Brooks, P. G. Chamberlain, and others (1935-1938)

Folder 6

American Security and Trust Company correspondence (1934-1943)

Folder 7

Corn Exchange Bank (1936-1939)

Folder 8

American Bank and Trust Company (1939-1940)

Folder 9

Miscellaneous correspondence: Richard K. Baker, Alfred Bell, L. B. Bosserman, Henry G. Brooks, Theodore E. Brown, and other "B" correspondence (1923-1937)

Folder 10

George P. Browning correspondence (1923-1937)

Box 251

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Equipment brochures, trade catalogues, diagrams, notes, and correspondence (1927-1929)

Folder 2

Equipment orders: Pioche Requisition for Supplies, telegrams, and correspondence: The Galigher Machinery Company, The Salt Lake Hardware Company, Union Hardware and Metal Co., and others (1926-1927)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous business correspondence: Exploration and Development Underwriters, Richard T. Naylor, Herbert L. Clark, and others. Metallurgical Tests and Green v. Victor Talking Machinery Co. (1928-1929)

Folder 4

Miscellaneous business correspondence: Frank M. Allen Company, Leslie H. Seale, J. Harry Crafton, Arthur Johns, and others (1928)

Folder 5

J. E. Baylor correspondence (1920-1931)

Folder 6

Bank of Pioche (1923-1935)

Folder 7

Burnett, Batson and Cary Lawyers correspondence (1922-1930)

Folder 8

Miscellaneous correspondence: J. Harper Erwin, William Henry Eldridge, Robert E. Edmondson, and other "E" correspondence (1919-1938)

Box 252

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Charles E. Beagent correspondence and information regarding Beagant's stock (1923-1939)

Folder 2

Jackson Brandt, J. A. Alexander, clippings, and Pioche Mines Company Time Check (1923-1926)

Folder 3

Milton E. Ailes, The Riggs National Bank, correspondence (1923-1935)

Folder 4

John Adams correspondence (1926-1931)

Folder 5

Franklin H. Ellis correspondence (1925-1926)

Folder 6

Maury D. Baker correspondence (1923-1936)

Folder 7

Rodger Chew correspondence (1924-1937)

Folder 8

Equipment Necessary and Approximate Cost of Power of Distribution System, Suggestions for Wiring Electric Plants at No. 3 and Mazeppa Mines, correspondence, and telegrams (1923-1928)

Folder 9

Pioche Union Mines Company correspondence: The Prest-O-Lite Company, The Denver Rock Drill Manufacturing Company, Western Machinery Company, Colorado Iron Works Company, and other equipment companies (1924-1925)

Folder 10

H. P. Clark correspondence (1923-1935)

Folder 11

H. E. Coiner correspondence (1921-1935)

Folder 12

E. K. Powe, Jr., Investment Securities, correspondence (1923-1929)

Folder 13

Columbia Trust Company, Salt Lake City, Utah correspondence and financial records (1928-1932)

Box 253

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Richard K. Baker correspondence (1932-1939)

Folder 2

Richard K. Baker correspondence. Includes miscellaneous correspondence: Dorothy L. Brookshire and J. Frank Bowling. Underwriter's Contract (1936-1937)

Folder 3

American Society of Practical Economists correspondence (1918-1931)

Folder 4

Correspondence concerning Pantalini / Pantaleoni (1934-1935)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous "A" correspondence: Warner Ames, Peter E. Alliot, and other "A" correspondence (1923-1954)

Folder 6

Miscellaneous "B" correspondence: Browning Churn, Fred Balzar, Theodore E. Brown, and other "B" correspondence (1929-1934)

Folder 7

Philip baron van Pallandt correspondence (1929-1935)

Folder 8

District National Bank correspondence (1925-1935)

Folder 9

Mariah Pendleton Duval correspondence (1925-1938)

Folder 10

H. M. Calhoun correspondence (1925-1939)

Folder 11

John Adams correspondence (1926)

Box 254

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

William R. Dudley correspondence (1926-1927)

Folder 2

L. Kemp Duval correspondence and copy of will (1918-1935)

Folder 3

Anthony Dibrell, The Loudoun National Bank of Leesburg, Va. correspondence (1925-1936)

Folder 4

Ray W. Crook correspondence (1926-1935)

Folder 5

Sheldon Catlin, Insurance Company of North America, correspondence (1927-1928)

Folder 6

James A. Drain correspondence (1926-1938)

Folder 7

H. C. Churn correspondence (1927-1938)

Folder 8

Leo Cramer correspondence (1929-1931)

Folder 9

J. Harry Crafton correspondence (1924-1942)

Folder 10

P. W. Anderson correspondence (1921-1930)

Folder 11

Robert de Clairmont correspondence (1930-1935)

Folder 12

Miscellaneous "D" correspondence: Edward C. Dale, Charles Hall Davis, A. E. Dickson, and other "D" correspondence (1923-1957)

Folder 13

Miscellaneous documents: Foreman's Daily Report, Bank of Pioche statement, The Amalgamated Sugar Company, Segregation of Accounts, and Payroll sheet (1918-1964)

Box 255

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Miscellaneous correspondence: Percy H. Clark, W. Mont Ferry, Richard T. Naylor, and letters to stockholders. Mining Operations, Declaration in Trust, President's Report to the Stockholders, and General Balance Sheet (1926-1929)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company: Requisition for Supplies (1926-1927)

Folder 3

James J. Marshall correspondence (1923-1927)

Folder 4

The First and Final Account of Anna J. Lippincott and Thomas S. Williams, Inventory of Supplies, Cost Sheet, Receipts and Expenditures, Distribution of Mill and Machine, and correspondence (1927)

Folder 5

Cost Sheets, Requisition for Supplies, assets, memos, distribution, transfers, financial notes, and correspondence (1926-1927)

Folder 6

Distribution of Gasoline, Material and Supplies, Requisition for Supplies, and miscellaneous notes (1926-1927)

Box 256

Miscellaneous: Primarily invoices and statements

Folder 1

The Denver Fire Clay Company correspondence and invoices (1926)

Folder 2

Cost Sheet and Progress Report of Burke Mine and Inventory of Supplies (1927)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company: Time Order, Requisition for Supplies, and notes (1927)

Folder 4

Morrison-Merrill and Company correspondence and statements (1925-1927)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous correspondence: S. Q. Clark, W. W. Grubbs, Frank Walker, and John Janney (1925-1927)

Folder 6

Hercules Manufacturing Company, Walker Brothers Bankers, and Gardner-Denver Company (1925-1927)

Folder 7

Indiana Air Pump Company, Harrisburg Foundry and Machine Works, and Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co. (1926-1927)

Folder 8

American Machinery Company correspondence and statements (1922-1926)

Folder 9

Distribution of Mill Pay Roll, Machine Shop, Report E. A. Tucker, General Balance Sheet, Pioche Mines Company statements, United Commercial Company, telegrams and correspondence (1925-1926)

Box 257

Miscellaneous: Primarily invoices and statements

Folder 1

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company (1927)

Folder 2

Alex Lloyd correspondence (1926)

Folder 3

J. F. Dwyer, Mining Engineer, correspondence. Receipts and deposits- Bank of Pioche and disbursements (1926-1929)

Folder 4

Strevell-Paterson Hardware Co. and Haseltine Smith. Gold Sea Radio Tubes by Union Hardware and Metal Company (1927)

Folder 5

S. M. Hamilton Coal Company, Baltimore Photo-Print Co., and Baltimore Maryland Engraving Co. (1926-1927)

Folder 6

N. O. Nelson Manufacturing Company, Pioche Mines Company statement, and Requisition for Supplies (1927-1928)

Folder 7

Binks Spray Equipment Company (1927)

Folder 8

Palmer-Bee Company (1926)

Folder 9

The Galigher Company, Golden-Anderson Valve Specialty Co., and Gardwel Sales Company (1927)

Folder 10

Mt. Nebo Marble Company, Union Pacific System, Johns-Manville Corporation (1927)

Folder 11

Pioche Mines Company: Requisition for Supplies (1925-1926)

Folder 12

Pioche Mines Company: Requisition for Supplies (1925-1926)

Folder 13

Inventory and Supplies Wide Awake Mine, Ely Valley Supplies, and notes (1926)

Folder 14

Miscellaneous correspondence: The First National Bank of Twin Falls, J. M. Stein and Company, Howard N. Lalor, and others (1926)

Box 258

Miscellaneous: Primarily invoices and statements

Folder 1

Ely Valley, Wide Awake Mine, and Pioche Mines Company: Cost Sheet, Progress Report, Time Order, and correspondence (1926)

Folder 2

District National Bank correspondence (1925-1927)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company. Time Orders and deduction slips (a) (1926-1928)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Company. Time Orders and deduction slips (b) (1926-1928)

Folder 5

Colonial Steel Company (1926-1928)

Folder 6

Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Company (1926-1927)

Box 259

Miscellaneous: Primarily invoices and statements

Folder 1

American Railway Express Company, Pioche Pacific Railroad Company, Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Corporation receipts, vouchers, and statements (1923-1927)

Folder 2

Diebold Electric Company invoices, statements, and telegrams (1926-1927)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous correspondence: W. W. Grubbs, T. Mitchell Hastings, S. Q. Clark, John Janney, and others (1923-1926)

Folder 4

The Stearns-Roger Manufacturing Company (1926)

Folder 5

The Stearns Conveyor Company (1926)

Folder 6

Industrial Belting and Supply Company (1926)

Folder 7

Great Western Electro-Chemical Company, Graybar Electric Company, and General Electric Company (1926-1927)

Folder 8

Pioche Mines Company (Wide Awake Mines): Requisition for Mining Supplies (1926)

Folder 9

Pioche Mines Company: Progress Report and Cost Sheet, Distribution of Mill Payroll, Distribution of Machine Shop, and notes. Miscellaneous correspondence, intra-company communication, and Requisition for Supplies (1923-1927)

Box 260

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Miscellaneous correspondence: Alfred Hunt, Chas. A. Thompson, W. W. Grubbs, S. Q. Clark, John Janney, and others (1934)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence: A-Z (1935-1936)

Folder 3

Kennedy-Van Saun Manufacturing and Engineering Corporation correspondence and Proposal and Specification (1933-1936)

Folder 4

Daily Mill Operation Report, Balance Sheet, and notes. Miscellaneous correspondence: T. Mitchell Hastings, Richard T. Naylor, W. K. Horning, Lawrence H. Watres, and others (1936)

Folder 5

William H. Winchell letter to John Janney. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Memorandum Setting Forth Present Situation (1932)

Folder 6

Laurence H. Watres correspondence (1936-1937)

Folder 7

Alfred Hunt correspondence. Comparison of Mill Runs (1937-1939)

Folder 8

Charles E. Havener correspondence (1936-1937)

Folder 9

Richard K. Baker correspondence (1935-1936)

Box 261

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Richard K. Baker correspondence (1937)

Folder 2

Morgan G. Heap correspondence (1938-1943)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous correspondence: Percy H. Clark, Richard T. Naylor, T. Mitchell Hastings, and others. Regarding debenture issue and financing of before and after fire (1934-1940)

Folder 4

First Security Bank of Idaho statement (1936)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous correspondence: Percy H. Clark, Richard T. Naylor, and John Janney. Regarding efforts to finance Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Exploration and Development Underwriters, Inc. Trial Balance and Memorandum in Re: Taxes of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1928-1936)

Folder 6

Alfred Hunt correspondence. Including [P. J. Stevens?] (1936-1950)

Folder 7

Alex Lloyd letter to John Janney (1939, May 13)

Folder 8

E. G. Woods correspondence. Copy of Statement Accompanying Letter Written and letter regarding Pioche Mines Company Balance Sheet (1936-1938)

Folder 9

Miscellaneous financial correspondence. Accounts Payable, Payrolls and Accounts Paid, and other financial matter (1937)

Folder 10

Certificate of Assay Pioche Assay Office (1937-1938)

Box 262

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Alex Lloyd correspondence (1937-1938)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence: A-Z (a) (1936-1938)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous correspondence: A-Z (b) (1936-1938)

Folder 4

Miscellaneous correspondence, Accounts Payable sheets, and Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Corporation, a corporation, against John Janney (1937-1941)

Folder 5

T. Mitchell Hastings correspondence (1934-1938)

Folder 6

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding Mendha. Progress Report February 1939 Ely Valley Mine (1936-1938)

Folder 7

Miscellaneous correspondence: A. C. Milner, W. Mont Ferry, Morgan C. Heap, Maude Locke Schulder, and John Janney. Included clippings (1933-1937)

Folder 8

Pioche Mines Consolidated Operating Statement, Experimental Operation, Comparative Balance, and Certificate (1936-1937)

Folder 9

John Janney two letters to Sam Ford (1935)

Folder 10

Miscellaneous correspondence: A. C. Milner, W. Mont Ferry, W. W. Grubbs, and John Janney. Primarily concerning Percy H. Clark troubles (1936-1937)

Folder 11

Board of Directors Meeting files, notices, statement, resolution, waiver, and contracts (1936-1937)

Box 263

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Miscellaneous business correspondence: Percy H. Clark, Edward O. Bogert, John Janney, and others. Primarily Washington, D.C. correspondence. Minutes of Meeting in Dr. Sprague's Office Treasury Dept. (1933-1934)

Folder 2

A copy of the broadcast by Ham Dalton, The Great Monetary Problem of the World and the Silver Issue, Report on the Allegations Concerning Ernest Seyd, Why All This Talk About Silver, and clippings (1933-1935)

Folder 3

Alfred Hunt correspondence (1937-1938)

Folder 4

Alfred Hunt correspondence (1938-1939)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous correspondence: Alfred Hunt, W. W. Grubbs, Keith Spencer, and others (1938-1939)

Folder 6

Richard K. Baker correspondence (1937-1938)

Folder 7

Manufacturers Trust Company check register (1938-1947)

Folder 8

Notebook A-Z, typed entries, indexing, Ely Valley Mines subjects [undated]

Box 264

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Miscellaneous correspondence: Joseph S. Clark, Percy H. Clark, J. Harry Crafton, Theodore E. Brown and others. Primarily concerning restructuring (1938-1939)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence: Joseph S. Clark, Percy H. Clark, Richard T. Naylor, and others. Outside loans, Receipts and Expenditures, Balance Sheet, and Detailed Items of Cash Expended From Date of Incorporation (1928-1942)

Folder 3

Alfred Hunt and Alex Lloyd correspondence. Nevada de Moines Shaft, Nov. 11, 1937 (1937-1940)

Folder 4

Pat McCarran, 1876-1954 correspondence, clippings, H.R. 1577 A Bill To preserve and protect the gold standard through... (1933-1954)

Folder 5

Letters, reports, and memoranda concerning Percy H. Clark problems / troubles (1935-1937)

Folder 6

Primarily Miles P. (Miles Percy) Duval, Jr. (1896-1989) correspondence concerning Richard T. Naylor and Percy H. Clark mishandling (1936-1940)

Folder 7

Alfred Hunt correspondence (1937-1943)

Folder 8

Alfred Hunt correspondence and technical information about mine operations (1933-1936)

Folder 9

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Operating Statement, Claims Comprising- Groups Under Control or Owned, Advanced by Stockholders, and correspondence (1938-1939)

Folder 10

Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Corporation. M. Moore two letters to John Janney (1937)

Folder 11

Progress Reports, copy of report filed with the Ethyl Gasoline Corporation, and incomplete letter to John Janney (1936-1939)

Box 265

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated Smelter Returns [undated]

Folder 2

Receipts and Disbursements, Experimental Operation, Comparative Balance Sheet, and Reconciliation Operating Accounts Ledger with Balance Sheet. American Smelting and Refining Company assay reports (1937-1941)

Folder 3

Correspondence and drafts concerning Percy H. Clark troubles. Drafts of memoranda: In the Matter of Issuance of Debentures and Proposals by Mr. Clark with Reference to Financing Pioche (1936-1937)

Folder 4

Correspondence to stockholders: Otto U. von Schrader, Lawrence R. Lee, William Innes Forbes, and others. Memorandum on Mining and the Pioche, Nevada, District (1937-1938)

Folder 5

Certificates, Progress Reports, Summary of Payroll Distribution, Assay Values, Mining Operations, and correspondence (1932-1935)

Folder 6

Memorandum: Re Proposal of Mr. Clark to New Money [draft] (1939)

Folder 7

Pioche Mines Consolidated Daily Mill Operation Report and Ore Testing Report (1936)

Folder 8

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Operating Statement, Progress Reports, and Exploration Syndicate Receipts and Disbursements (1934-1938)

Folder 9

S. Q. Clark correspondence concerning mill operations (1936-1937)

Folder 10

Alfred Hunt correspondence concerning technical information about mining operations. Gallons pumped calculated at 3-1 by weight waters to ore milled, plus about 100,000 gal. pumped to city pipe (1933-1936)

Folder 11

Primarily correspondence to and from T. Mitchell Hastings. Included: John Janney and Richard T. Naylor (1936-1938)

Folder 12

W. Mont Ferry correspondence (1934)

Folder 13

Memorandum of Proposals by Mr. Clark with Reference to Financing Pioche, Report of Conference Held November 24, 1936, and letter from John Janney to Richard T. Naylor (1936)

Folder 14

A Visit to Pioche, Nevada, Theron H. Tracy: His Record, Letter and Extracts from His Report on Pioche Mines Consolidated, and Report to Stockholders. Miscellaneous correspondence: Edward O. Bogert, W. W. Grubbs, T. Mitchell Hastings, and others (1929-1935)

Folder 15

Richard K. Baker correspondence (1934-1935)

Box 266

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Summary of Payroll Distribution, Fixed Assets, List of Debentures, Proposed Opening Entries, and printed matter. Miscellaneous correspondence: Richard T. Naylor, Percy H. Clark, Richard E. Dwight, and John E. Zimmermann (1929-1944)

Folder 2

Primarily Alfred Hunt correspondence concerning Pioche Mines production process (1934)

Folder 3

The American Metal Company, Ltd. and American Cyanamid and Chemical Corporation correspondence (1936-1942)

Folder 4

Primarily S. Q. Clark and W. W. Grubbs correspondence (1934-1935)

Folder 5

Alfred Hunt correspondence. List of Assays from which Average Values and Widths have been Calculated (1933-1934)

Folder 6

Primarily correspondence to W. W. Grubbs (1936-1937)

Folder 7

Morgan G. Heap correspondence concerning Percy H. Clark and financing. Report of Morgan G. Heap to the Board of Directors (1935-1937)

Folder 8

A. C. Milner correspondence (1936-1937)

Folder 9

American Smelting and Refining Company agreement, contract, correspondence. Copy of answers asked by The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Public Utilities (1935-1938)

Folder 10

Report to Directors of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Underwriting Agreements, [report] signed E. H. McAuley. Miscellaneous correspondence: Percy H. Clark, W. Mont Ferry, Richard E. Dwight, and others (1934-1938)

Box 267

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Miscellaneous correspondence: Morgan G. Heap, Percy H. Clark, John Janney, W. Mont Ferry, A. C. Milner, W. W. Grubbs, Richard T. Naylor and others. Report of Edward O. Bogert [drafts] and Payments and Disbursements to Samuel W. Ford (1936-1939)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Consolidated Daily Mill Operation Report, Pioche Mines Consolidated Engineers' Opinions, Shipments of Concentrates During Experimental Operations, and American Smelting and Refining Company assays reports (1936-1937)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous correspondence: W. W. Grubbs, John E. Zimmermann, Percy H. Clark, W. Mont Ferry, and others concerning payrolls, credit, mill, and accounts payable (1934-1938)

Folder 4

Correspondence concerning Milton E. Ailes, Jr. and two letters from Jessie Huffman (1936-1963)

Folder 5

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Balance Sheets. Re: Registration Statement and "Exhibit F" Opinion of Counsel Re Organization of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and the Issue of the Stock, Debentures and Scrip of that Company (1935-1937)

Folder 6

T. Mitchell Hastings correspondence concerning stockholders' money (1937-1938)

Box 268

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Balance Sheet [printed], Inventory of Equipment Transferred from Mill to Ely Valley Mine, Re Rental Charges for the Use of Trucks, to the Stockholders of the Pioche Mines Consolidated Re-Draft of Mr. Richard K. Baker report, and Meeting of the Board of Directors (1928-1939)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous business correspondence: Joseph S. Clark, W. W. Grubbs, A. C. Milner, Richard T. Naylor and other correspondence concerning Percy H. Clark's trip West. Memorandum concerning Percy H. Clark's proposal and Report to Board of Directors (1936-1937)

Folder 3

Exhibit "A-1" Articles of Incorporation of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. List of Checks Drawn Exchange Bank Trust Company, memoranda, and Minutes of Meeting of Informal Discussion of Plans of Work on the Economic Issue. Miscellaneous correspondence: Lawrence R. Lee, A. C. Milner, W. W. Grubbs, and others (1936-1938)

Folder 4

Resolution of Board of Directors. Letter from E. G. Woods to John Janney, IRS letters, and letter to Antoinette Wilson (1937-1939)

Folder 5

Primarily E. Marshall Rust, The Rust Engineering Company, correspondence (private friend who shares political views). Average Value of Ore for January 1936 and statement. Including E. G. Woods correspondence (1933-1941)

Folder 6

Correspondence concerning Conversion of Debentures (1935-1938)

Box 269

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

A Preliminary Investigation into the Metallurgy of the Ores from the Ely Valley Mine (1940, Sep. 6)

Folder 2

Braun Corporation Chemicals and Laboratory Supplies: Correspondence and invoices (1941)

Folder 3

J. R. Bond Dealer in Lumber and Building Material: Statements (1941)

Folder 4

A. S. Thompson General Merchandise bill (1941)

Folder 5

Standard Oil Company of California invoices (1942)

Folder 6

24 Edison Voice Writer dictation records (1962-1963)

Folder 7

Affidavit of Labor on Patented Mining Claims, Proof of Labor, and Application to Conduct "Personal and Family Survival" or "Radiological Monitoring" Course (1960-1961)

Folder 8

Proof of Labor (1959-1960)

Folder 9

State of Nevada-Nevada Tax Commission-Sales and Use Tax Division Carson City, Nevada (1955-1961)

Folder 10

Ely Valley Mines Company. Shop Work and Material Order (1958-1959)

Folder 11

Ely Valley Mines Company. Shop Work and Material Order (1960)

Folder 12

Ely Valley Mines Company. Shop Work and Material Order (1961)

Folder 13

Ely Valley Mines Company. Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return (1955-1961)

Box 270

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company. Shop Work and Material Order. Materials Removed from Mine Inventory (1957)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company. Shop Work and Material Order. Materials and Supplies Removed from Ely Valley Mine, Mill and Nevada Des Moines (1958)

Folder 3

In the Supreme Court of the United States. October Term 1964 No. 643. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Ely Valley Mines, Inc., and John Janney, Petitioners, vs. Helen Dolman, Lawrence Rust Lee, James Keith Marshall, Jr., E.P.R. Duval, and Katherine Hansbrough, Respondents (1964)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company. Purchase Order, Sales and Shop Work and Material Order. Materials and Supplies Removed from the Nevada Des Moines (1954-1955)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company. Purchase Order, Sales and Shop Work and Material Order (1955-1956)

Folder 6

State of Nevada. Nevada Industrial Commission concerning industrial insurance. Ely Valley Mines Company trial balance sheets and Employer's Payroll Reporting Forms (1942-1958)

Box 271

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

United States Tariff Commission correspondence (1953-1954)

Folder 2

United States Department of the Interior. Bureau of Mines correspondence and documents (1956-1957)

Folder 3

State of Nevada. Nevada Tax Commission correspondence and notices. Notice of Raise in Valuation to Property Owners for 1953 (1944-1954)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines, Inc. receipt for Carlton Lamb two 8' tanks (1954)

Folder 5

Proof of Labor and Affidavit of Labor on Patented Mining Claims (1950-1959)

Folder 6

Petty Cash Slips (1952-1961)

Folder 7

Nevada Bank of Commerce. Acknowledgment Advice and promissory note (1954-1955)

Folder 8

Ely Valley Mines, Inc. Equipment Records (1947)

Folder 9

Ely Valley Mines, Inc. Equipment Records (1948)

Folder 10

Certificate of Redemption, Final Tax Reminders, Taxes Assessed, Property Taxes and Work Sheet, County Tax Receipts, and Lincoln County, Nevada State, County and Special Taxes (1942-1961)

Folder 11

Primarily correspondence and documents concerning bank deposits (1942-1954)

Folder 12

Daily Drill Report (1947)

Folder 13

Ely Valley Mines and Pioche Mines Cash Disbursements (a) (1942-1951)

Box 272

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines and Pioche Mines Cash Disbursements (b) (1942-1951)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Statement of Account, Shop Work Invoice, Materials and Machinery Purchased (1939-1942)

Folder 3

United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Ely Valley Mines, Inc., and John Janney, Appellants, vs. Helen Dolman, Lawrence Rust Lee, E.P.R. Duval, James Keith Marshall Jr., and Katherine Hansbrough, Appellees. Case Nos. 17709 and 18192. Supplement to Appellants' Answering Brief [after 1961]

Folder 4

Ely Valley Payroll Distribution (1941)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous accounting correspondence and records (1942-1954)

Folder 6

Personal Property Tax Receipt for 1949, Statement Office of R. H. Olinghouse County Assessor, and one letter from Janice Gallagher to E. G. Woods (1944-1949)

Folder 7

Ely Valley Mines. Requisition for Supplies, Steel Distribution, Supplies used at mine during month of June 1950, and list of steel store used (1950)

Folder 8

Ely Valley Mines. Steel Stores Distribution (1948)

Folder 9

Ely Valley Mines. Daily Stores Report and Stores Steel Distribution (1947-1948)

Folder 10

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Requisition for Supplies (1945-1946)

Folder 11

Stores: Steel stock at Mill list (1945, Jan. 24)

Folder 12

Samuels and Franklin contract (1945)

Folder 13

Application for Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Refund, Tax Receipts, and Return of Capital-Stock Tax (1942-1945)

Folder 14

Ely Valley Mine. Payroll Distribution (1942, Mar. 15-31)

Folder 15

Letters to and from D. O. Simon, City Clerk, Ely, Nevada (1942-1943)

Folder 16

Ely Valley Mines. Equipment Record (1946)

Folder 17

Memorandum of Corrections of Merger Agreement (1942)

Folder 18

Alfred Hunt, Agent. Payroll Distribution (1942)

Folder 19

Alfred Hunt, Agent. Daily Work Report (1941)

Box 273

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Towson E. Smith letter to John Janney and Stuart Chevalier concerning Geo – Nature – Physical – Electro – Magnetic – Instrument (1941)

Folder 2

Towson E. Smith correspondence and clippings (1934-1939)

Folder 3

Primarily correspondence of Richard K. Baker. Including correspondence concerning Putnam vs. Ely Valley (1952-1954)

Folder 4

Primarily correspondence of Richard K. Baker and Ralph C. Halbert, Oil Producer. Ralph C. Halbert Operating Statement, Baker's Right to Vote the 643, 571 Shares of Stock, and notes (1949-1954)

Folder 5

Francis G. Shaw correspondence concerning Oriental Refining Company suit (1945-1954)

Folder 6

Francis T. Cornish, Cornish and Cornish, correspondence concerning Oriental Refining Company suit. Including copy of Clark, Clark, McCarthy and Wagner letter to John Janney concerning investment in Pioche dated 1930 (1930-1950)

Folder 7

Account of Richard K. Baker in Litigation in Baker et al. vs. Zall et al., Verbal Agreement concerning Oriental Refining Company, Memorandum on Ruling of Judge Symes, Notes re Oriental Refining Company Case, Proposed Statement by Mr. Truitt at Oriental Stockholders Meeting of November 15, 1951 in behalf of – Intervener, H. V. George, assignee of John Janney, Richard K. Baker et al., Plaintiffs, vs. Max P. Zall et al., Defendants. Request for Admission of Fac Under Rule 16. Civil No. 2508. Including correspondence concerning Oriental Refining Company case (1940-1954)

Folder 8

Frontier Oil Refining Company and Farm Bureau Oil Company, Inc. financial records (1948-1949)

Folder 9

Richard K. Baker, et al., Plaintiffs, vs. Max P. Zall, et al., Defendants, Counterclaim of Oriental Refining Company against Richard K. Baker, Francis G. Shaw, Wallace M. Scudder, James B. Thayer and Augustus Hemenway, All Plaintiffs. Correspondence: John Janney, Richard K. Baker, and Francis G. Shaw (1949-1950)

Box 274

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Richard K. Baker, as Trustee, et al., Plaintiffs, vs. Max P. Zall, E. M. Stringer, H. L. Jewell and Oriental Refining Company, A Corporation, Defendants. Trial Brief On Pending Motions, Civil Action No. 2508, Things to be Completed to Perfect Transfer of Newton and Kansas Western Pipeline Stock to Putnam, Rough Draft Request for Admission Under Rule 36, Oriental Common Stock Acquired from Newton, and United States Partnership Return of Income, 1949. Primarily correspondence from and to Richard K. Baker and John Janney (1940-1950)

Folder 2

Re: Denver Investment. Correspondence between E. G. Woods and E. M. Stringer (1948-1949)

Folder 3

Francis T. Cornish, Cornish and Cornish, correspondence to and from John Janney and Richard K. Baker (1948)

Folder 4

Summary of Deposition of Max P. Zall, Richard K. Baker, etc., et al., Plaintiffs, Outline of Reponses to Interrogatories to be Propounded To and Answered by E. M. Stringer, and Report On Answers of E. M. Stringer to Interrogatories as Implemented in Ex. A. by R. B. Mayo, C.P.A. (1948)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous correspondence: Samuel M. Mingus, Ray Shannon, Thomas F. Burke, Mark C. Wood, and P. G. Chamberlain (1936-1939)

Folder 6

Miscellaneous correspondence: Haley Fisk, Robert Edward Edmondson, Everett H. Pierson, Frank C. Patch, and others. Including printed matter (1930-1936)

Folder 7

Morgan G. Heap correspondence. Included subject matter about the Pioche Record Publishing Company (1936-1938)

Folder 8

Alfred Hunt correspondence primarily concerning Percy H. Clark (1936-1937)

Folder 9

Correspondence concerning assessment work and last chance lease. Map of claims (1938)

Folder 10

Correspondence and documents concerning Volcano Mines Company. Declaration in Trust, July 1920 [printed] (1920-1938)

Folder 11

Miscellaneous: Janney report concerning mill fire [incomplete?], letter to "Dear Friend," miscellaneous excerpts from a report, and notes [undated]

Folder 12

S. Q. Clark correspondence. Including conflict with Alfred Hunt (1927-1937)

Box 275

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

T. Mitchell Hastings letter to John Janney and C. A. Dowell, Fred F. French Management Company, letter to John Janney (1933)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous: Collateral Note, Excerpts from letter of Mr. M. P. Zall, and printed matter. Correspondence: Samuel W. Ford, Henry Loveridge, Richard T. Naylor, and others (1928-1939)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous: Power of Attorney, Pioche Mines Consolidated Statement, Receipts and Expenditures, Detailed Items of Cash Expended, printed matter and newspaper clipping. Correspondence: William Innes Forbes, Percy H. Clark, W. W. Grubbs, Richard T. Naylor, and others (1932-1938)

Folder 4

"This Court in its opinion states: ‘This is one appeal...'" [excerpt] and "Pioche Mines Consolidated asks that this Court provide by its pre-trial..." motion [before 1962]

Folder 5

Agreement: Pioche Mines Consolidated Inc., with Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee, Notice Extension of Maturity, From the report of Mr. Alfred Hunt, and Mine Superintendent for the years 1929 and 1930. Correspondence: E. L. Nores, Alfred Hunt, Morgan G. Heap, and others (1933-1937)

Folder 6

Memorandum as to the Oriental Refining Company of Colorado. In relation to Baker et al. vs. Zall et al. Civil #2508 in the Federal District Court (1949, Oct. 28)

Folder 7

Requests for Admissions to the Defendants Directed to Their Answer to the Second Amended Complaint: Stringer, Cranstons, Jewell, and others (1940s)

Folder 8

Richard K. Baker correspondence and notes (1947-1951)

Folder 9

Miscellaneous: Results of Spectrographic Analysis, Guardian Responsibility Security for America Tomorrow, and telegrams. Correspondence: Richard K. Baker, A. C. Milner, and others (1940-1944)

Folder 10

Outline of Plaintiffs Case, Memorandum, and primarily Richard K. Baker correspondence (1947-1948)

Folder 11

Correspondence of Richard K. Baker, John Janney, and Samuel M. Mingus (1942-1947)

Folder 12

Memorandum of Analysis of Oil Agreement, Assignment John Janney to Augustus L. Putnam, Special meeting of the Board of Directors of Oriental Refining Company, Statements, Correspondence: Max P. Zall, Richard K. Baker, Augustus Putnam, and others (1938-1950)

Folder 13

Oil Refinery notes: Blending Fluids Used and Costs, Statement and Memorandum for Messrs. Putnam, McKay and Janney (1939)

Folder 14

Miscellaneous: Photographs of Oriental Refining Company, letter from Rob. McConnochie to John Janney concerning job interview, letter from Jean S. Breitenstein to Francis T. Cornish, and newspaper clipping (1938-1948)

Box 276

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Geological Report – Aldrich Oil Field, Ness County, Kansas and two maps. Letter from L. S. Panyity and conclusions of his report to John Janney (1938)

Folder 2

Monetary hearings in Congress with Janney in part. Including reproductions of government documents relevant to Janney (1931-1933)

Folder 3

Resources Report White Pine County Nevada and Mining and Metallurgy, Volume 12, Number 300 (1931-1958)

Folder 4

Ledger: Screened samples, ore, fills, dumps, assay checks, diamond drill holes, other entries, and loose items (1937)

Folder 5

House of Representatives reports and bills [printed] and Congressional Record (1933-1934)

Folder 6

The history of Pioche Mines troubles [undated]

Folder 7

Gold Reserve Act of 1934 Statement of John Janney (1934)

Folder 8

Staunton, Virginia, November 19, 1923...Address on behalf of Pioche Mining Company. Two telegrams and handwritten memo (1923-1925)

Box 277

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Correspondence concerning balance sheets (1938)

Folder 2

Fact-Finding Committee of the Debenture Holders of the Pioche Mines Consolidated. Correspondence: John Janney, John E. Zimmermann, Percy H. Clark, and E. G. Woods (1938)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Balance Sheet, Receipts and Disbursements, Operating Statements, Schedules, Accounts Payable, Receivable, and Certificates (1936-1939)

Folder 4

Miscellaneous correspondence: Theodore E. Brown, W. W. Grubbs, Percy H. Clark, John Janney, Richard E. Dwight, John E. Zimmermann, Henry M. Williams, Jr., William Innes Forbes, and others (1936-1938)

Folder 5

Primarily correspondence of Percy H. Clark. Including Lawrence R. Lee, John E. Zimmermann, Otto U. von Schrader, T. Mitchell Hastings, Morgan G. Heap, and others (1938-1941)

Folder 6

Agreement Not To Sue In Consideration Of Waiver Of Statute Of Limitations, Pioche Debentures, Richard K. Baker, and Law Offices Clark, Hebard, and Spahr (1938)

Folder 7

Draft of a memorandum concerning the situation and investment in Pioche (1938)

Folder 8

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Debenture interest and Scrip Account, Note, Memo, and The McLean Dryer and Gold Concentrator Construction. Miscellaneous correspondence (1937-1938)

Folder 9

Miscellaneous correspondence: John Janney, John E. Zimmermann, J. S. Clark, Otto U. von Schrader, J. Harry Crafton, William Innes Forbes, Lawrence R. Lee, and others (1938)

Folder 10

Miscellaneous correspondence. Letter from Frank F. Jenks letter to Pioche Mines Consolidated, letter to Securities Division, Dep't. of Public Utilities, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, letters to T. Mitchell Hastings, Richard K. Baker, and Otto U. von Schrader (1938)

Folder 11

Primarily correspondence of Samuel W. Ford concerning veteran affairs (1938)

Box 278

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Primarily letters to stockholders. Oriental Refining Company Balance Sheet, 1938, Income Tax Memo, and clipping concerning passing of W. Mont Ferry (1938)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence: Richard K. Baker, Otto U. von Schrader, Theodore E. Brown, Henry M. Williams, Jr., Lawrence R. Lee, Joseph S. Clark, Percy H. Clark, and others (a) (1939)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous correspondence: Richard K. Baker, Otto U. von Schrader, Theodore E. Brown, Henry M. Williams, Jr., Lawrence R. Lee, Joseph S. Clark, Percy H. Clark, and others (b). Including period covering Conversion Plan (1939)

Folder 4

Minutes of Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Warehouse Stores (1939, Mar. 27)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous correspondence: Primarily Samuel W. Ford, Lawrence R. Lee, and John Janney (1939)

Folder 6

Correspondence to and from Margaret P. Chew (1939)

Folder 7

Pioche Debenture-Holders' Agreement Dated as of February 1, 1939 and letter from George Earle Robinette and reply. Incomplete letter from [E. L. Nores] to John Janney (1939)

Folder 8

Correspondence primarily between John Janney and Captain Webb Trammell concerning Denver and Randsburg (1939)

Folder 9

Miscellaneous documents: Trustee Certificate, Quitclaim Deed, Waiver of Notice, Bank Balance, and Budget Estimate (1939-1942)

Folder 10

Ely Valley Payroll Distribution (1939)

Box 279

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Audit Report. Pioche Debenture-holders' Committee under Pioche Debenture-holders' Agreement (1939, Nov. 6)

Folder 2

Exploration Syndicate. Cash Donation Account. Share Donation Account. Letter from E. G. Woods to John Janney concerning schedules of the account (1941)

Folder 3

Correspondence and documents concerning Percy H. Clark and Pioche suit. Proofs Required for Answer, To the Holders of Debentures of Pioche Consolidated, Inc., Protective Bondholders' Committee of Pioche Mines Consolidated, and Memo on Clause VII Settlement Agreement (1933-1947)

Folder 4

Waiver of Notice, Statement of Progress of Work in Preparation for Mining of One in Ely Valley Mine, Conversion Plan vs. Bondholders, Miscellaneous correspondence: Joseph S. Clark, A. C. Milner, Ralph Arnold, Alfred Hunt, and others (1923-1942)

Folder 5

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Law (1940-1941)

Folder 6

Net Proceeds of Mines (1939-1941)

Folder 7

Social Security Board. Employer's Tax Return (1939)

Folder 8

Letter from R. L. Douglass, Collector, to Alfred Hunt. Employer's Tax Return (1940)

Folder 9

Social Security Board. Employer's Tax Return (1941)

Folder 10

Nevada Unemployment Compensation Division (1939)

Folder 11

Nevada Unemployment Compensation Division (1940)

Folder 12

Nevada Unemployment Compensation Division (1941)

Folder 13

Nevada Unemployment Compensation Service (1942)

Folder 14

Rex B. Goodcell letter to Samuel M. Mingus concerning bill of sale (1941)

Folder 15

Financial records: Receipts and Disbursements, Trial Balance, Accounts Payable, and Estimates for Budget (a) (1938-1941)

Folder 16

Financial records: Receipts and Disbursements, Trial Balance, Accounts Payable, and Estimates for Budget (b) (1938-1941)

Box 280

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Miscellaneous correspondence primarily to Alfred Hunt. Department of the Interior. United States Geological Survey [printed matter] (1931-1939)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine. Progress Reports and notes (1938-1939)

Folder 3

Correspondence primarily between John Janney and Alfred Hunt (1938-1939)

Folder 4

Correspondence between Alfred Hunt and P. J. Stevens (1939)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Payroll Distribution (1940)

Folder 6

Miscellaneous business correspondence: T. Mitchell Hastings, Lawrence R. Lee, A. C. Milner, Samuel M. Mingus, Richard T. Naylor, William Innes Forbes, and others (1940)

Folder 7

Miscellaneous business correspondence: T. Mitchell Hastings, Percy H. Clark, H. H. Atkinson, J. Harry Crafton, and others Misstatements of fact: From affidavit of Percy H. Clark and Memorandum Trust Agreement (1940)

Folder 8

R. T. Schultz and Alfred Hunt correspondence. Including copy of a map of Pioche, scale 1 inch = 120 feet (1938-1939)

Folder 9

James Hulse and Alfred Hunt correspondence (1939)

Folder 10

Pioche Mines Consolidated Store Room Distribution (1939)

Folder 11

Correspondence concerning Union Pacific Railroad (1940)

Folder 12

Alfred Hunt copy of a letter to Division of Mines, list of publications and telegram from Adams Bureau Mines to Alfred Hunt (1939-1942)

Folder 13

Alfred Hunt, Agent, Shop Work Invoice (1940-1941)

Folder 14

John Janney, Alfred Hunt, and Joseph S. Clark correspondence (1942)

Folder 15

Copy of a letter from Percy H. Clark to T. Mitchell Hastings concerning Pioche situation (1940, June 25)

Box 281

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Bradshaw Chevrolet Company estimate sheet (1942, Feb. 27)

Folder 2

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company statement to balance (1942)

Folder 3

Lincoln County, Nevada Recorder's Office (1942)

Folder 4

"93" Service Station handwritten invoice (1942, Mar. 21)

Folder 5

Ira J. Earl's Fuel Yard statements and bill of lading (1941)

Folder 6

Fairbanks, Morse and Company invoices and monthly statement (1941)

Folder 7

Gates Rubber Company correspondence, invoices, and statements (1941)

Folder 8

Graybar Electric Company, Inc. invoices and statement (1941)

Folder 9

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company statements and receipts (1941)

Folder 10

R. R. Orr Garage Ford Dealer (1941)

Folder 11

Lincoln County, Nevada. Recorder's Office (1941)

Folder 12

Bank of Pioche, Incorporated statements (1936)

Folder 13

Bank of Pioche, Incorporated statements (1939-1942)

Folder 14

Bank of Pioche, Incorporated statements (1943)

Folder 15

Bank of Pioche, Incorporated statements (1944)

Folder 16

Bank of Pioche, Incorporated statements (1945)

Folder 17

Nevada Bank of Commerce statements (1945)

Folder 18

Nevada Bank of Commerce statements (1946)

Box 282

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

The Riggs National Bank statements (1947)

Folder 2

The Loudoun National Bank of Leesburg statements (1948)

Folder 3

Nevada Bank of Commerce statements (1949)

Folder 4

The Riggs National Bank statements (1949-1951)

Folder 5

First Security Bank of Idaho. Jerome Branch statements (1951)

Folder 6

First Security Bank of Idaho. Jerome Branch statements (1953)

Folder 7

Nevada Bank of Commerce. Pioche Branch statements (1953)

Folder 8

First Security Bank of Idaho. Jerome Branch statements (1955)

Box 283

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

First Security Bank of Idaho statements (1957)

Folder 2

Nevada Bank of Commerce statements (1959)

Folder 3

State Street Trust Co. addition and check ribbons (1948)

Folder 4

Pioche Mine Consolidated, Inc. Settlement Agreement [printed] (1942, July 8)

Folder 5

Document concerning lots in Pioche, Nevada and notes [incomplete] [undated]

Folder 6

Miscellaneous correspondence and financial records: Ryan and Sharp Oil Operators, Vitamin Food Company, Inc., Farm Bureau Oil Company, Inc., First Security Bank of Idaho, and others (1950-1951)

Folder 7

Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company pass-book and check register (1937-1939)

Folder 8

First Security Bank of Idaho, Jerome Branch check registers (1936-1940)

Folder 9

Loudoun National Bank check registers (1939-1945)

Folder 10

Nevada Bank of Commerce, Pioche Branch check registers (1940-1943)

Box 284

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Nevada Bank of Commerce, Pioche Branch check registers (1944)

Folder 2

Nevada Bank of Commerce, Pioche Branch check registers (1945-1946)

Folder 3

Nevada Bank of Commerce, Pioche Branch check registers (1947-1948)

Folder 4

Nevada Bank of Commerce, Pioche Branch check registers (1950-1951)

Folder 5

State Street Trust Company, Boston, Mass. check registers (1939-1942)

Folder 6

Miscellaneous check registers (1926-1954)

Folder 7

The Federal Land Bank of Spokane Official Receipt, 1946, Nov. 22, postcard from Jay A. Carpenter to Members of the Nevada Section, Prospectus of the Africa-American Diamond Mines Corporation, and notes regarding Bank of Pioche (1939-1946)

Box 285

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Helen Dolman, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Ely Valley Mines, Inc.

Folder 1

In the Supreme Court of the United States, No. 413. Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Pioche Mines Company, John Janney and Richard K. Baker, Respondents, No. 808 (No. 643). Helen Dolman, Lawrence Rust Lee, James Keith Marshall, Jr., E.P.R. Duval, and Katherine Hansbrough, Cross-Petitioners, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Ely Valley Mines, Inc., and John Janney, Cross-Respondents, Petition For A Writ Of Certiorari, United States Court of Appeals Nos. 17,709 and 18,192. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., et al., Appellants, vs. Helen Doman, et al., Appellees, No. 12,865. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Pioche Mines Company, John Janney and Richard K. Baker, Appellants, vs. Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee, and E. Clarence Miller and Edward C. Dale, Appellees [printed matter] (1953-1963)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence and legal documents, primarily concerning Norman Dodd and Aaron M. Sargent, Trustees under Joint Venture Agreement of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Appellants, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Helen Dolman, individually and on behalf of the stockholders of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., and Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Appellees (1960s)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous legal documents, primarily concerning Helen Dolman vs. Ely Valley Mines, Inc. Helen Dolman's prior offenses, memoranda, reply to plaintiffs' brief on motion, index of disputed issues, general summaries, conclusions, and carbon copies (1960s)

Folder 4

Miscellaneous legal documents, primarily concerning Helen Dolman, et al. Plaintiffs, vs. Ely Valley Mines, Inc., et al. Affidavit, motions, appellance position, findings of fact and conclusions of law, and notes (1960s)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous correspondence, primarily concerning Helen Dolman, et al. Plaintiffs, vs. Ely Valley Mines, Inc., et al. and Dodd and Sargent vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Letters to Board of Directors, Roger T. Foley, Grant Sawyer, Benham M. Black, Lucas D. Philips, and others (1960s)

Folder 6

Document beginning "The deceitful practices of Appellees' counsel in misrepresenting their own exhibits were compounded by the failure and refusal of the Trial Court at the five week default hearing to allow the exposure of the falsities..." [after 1961]

Folder 7

Miscellaneous legal documents, primarily drafts concerning Helen Dolman, et al. vs. Ely Valley Mines, Inc., et al. summaries, petitions, briefs, motions, answers, and affidavit (1960s)

Box 286

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Helen Dolman, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Ely Valley Mines, Inc.

Folder 1

Miscellaneous correspondence, primarily drafts addressed to various attorneys (1962-1965)

Folder 2

Helen Dolman, Lawrence Rust Lee, E.P.R. Duval, James Keith Marshall, Jr., and Katherine Hansbrough, individually and on behalf of the stockholders of Ely Valley Mines, Inc., and on behalf of the stockholders of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., a corporation, Plaintiffs, vs. Ely Valley Mines, Inc., a corporation, Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., a corporation, John Janney, et al. Civil Case No. 311. Instructions to Receiver and Extract of Proceedings had in Re Receiver's Petition for Authorization to Sell Property, Compensation for the Receiver... (1962-1963)

Folder 3

Helen Dolman, et al. vs. Ely Valley Mines, Inc., et al. Civil Case No. 311. Affidavit to Strike Unauthorized Appearance of Party and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. et al. vs. Helen Dolman, et al. Case Nos. 17,709 and 18,192. Affidavit to Strike Appearance of Party. Return on Service of Writ (1960s)

Folder 4

Document beginning, "At T-522/13-15 Appellants object to the hearing of November 15-December 15, 1961, going beyond the question of damages, and are overruled (T-522/16)" (1961)

Folder 5

Re: Allegations necessary as recited in Moores, Par 23.15, brief, § 24.75 Stockholders' actions, and footnotes [approx. 1960s]

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Pioche Nevada Merger Agreement and letters to stockholders [printed matter] (1928-1942)

Folder 7

In the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Pioche Mines Consolidated Inc., Pioche Mines Company and John Janney, Petitioners, vs. Hon. Roger T. Foley, as Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Nevada, and the United States District Court for the District of Nevada, Respondents. No. Application for Leave to File Petition for Writ of Mandamus (1956)

Folder 8

Points and Authorities in Support of Motion to Set Aside Default and the Striking of Defendants' Pleadings and notes (1961)

Folder 9

Miscellaneous notes concerning Helen Dolman, et al. vs. Ely Valley Mines, Inc., et al. [approx. 1960s]

Folder 10

Memorandum Re Tax Basis for Stock Sold Resulting in Capital Loss, 15 M Juror Section 143 Page 551, Appeal Nos. 18402, 18770, 19005 Motion to Consolidate Appeals, drafts of letters to Frank H. Schmid, Stella Butterfield, and notes (1960s)

Folder 11

Motion to Incorporate in the Record on Appeal by Affidavit Material Not in the Record Before the Trial Court and Statement on Points on Which Appellants Rely on Appeal, C.C.A. (1963)

Folder 12

Affidavit of Elton C. E. Stone III and notes (1963)

Folder 13

Physical Assets of Pioche Mines (1930, May 31)

Folder 14

Correspondence of Richard K. Baker, John Janney, and Cornish and Cornish concerning law suits. Memorandum of Agreement, Points and Authorities in Support of Motion to Strike Portions of Affidavit of Percy H. Clark and Miles S. Altemose and Motion for Relief Under Rule 56 (g) (1949-1950)

Folder 15

Miscellaneous letters to and from William Innes Forbes, A. C. Milner, Percy H. Clark, T. Mitchell Hastings, J. Harry Crafton, Lawrence Janney, and others (1930-1962)

Folder 16

Miscellaneous letters to and from John Janney, A. C. Milner, First Security Bank of Utah, and William Innes Forbes (1950)

Folder 17

Munson Line, Inc. vs. Green, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company Trustee, and E. Clarence Miller and Edward C. Dale, Plaintiff, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Pioche Mines Company and John Janney, Defendant. Civil Action No. 101 and document beginning, "It has been held that a party is entitled to a Summary Judgment where his requests for admission which prove his case have not been responded to..." (1941-1949)

Box 287

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Helen Dolman, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Ely Valley Mines, Inc.

Folder 1

Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee, and E. Clarence Miller and Edward C. Dale, Plaintiffs, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Pioche Mines Company and John Janney, Defendants. Civil Action No. 101 Answer to Supplement Complaint, Notice of Motion to Add Parties Plaintiff, More Definite Statement, Memo Order of Business Under the Contract of Settlement, and Virginia Shareholders Committee Pioche Mines Consolidated printed letter (1942-1947)

Folder 2

In the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., et al. Appellants vs. Helen Dolman, et al., Appellees. Case Nos. 17709 and 18192. Affidavit of John Janney Relating to Proceedings of which he was not Given Notice or the Right to be Heard and Present Evidence (1962)

Folder 3

In the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., et al. Appellants vs. Helen Dolman, et al., Appellees. Case Nos. 17709 and 18192. Affidavit of John Janney Relating to Material Excluded by the Trial Court in the Dolman Actions, Opposition of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., to "Motion for Order Clarifying the Status of the Original Complaint or, in the Alternative, for Order Dismissing Complaint and Certifying Immediate Appealability of Order of Dismissal, and In Support of Motion to Disqualify Attorneys (1962-1963)

Folder 4

Correspondence primarily between Richard E. Dwight and John Janney. One draft of a letter to [Percy H.] Clark and Quitclaim deed (1942)

Folder 5

Merger Agreement between Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.,...and Nevada Volcano Mines Company (1942, Oct. 23)

Folder 6

Letters to Grant Sawyer, 1918-1996 concerning Dolman case (1962)

Multiple copies
Folder 7

Tax Question, Capitol Gains – Tax Computation, Memorandum Re: Tax Basis for Stock Sold Resulting in Capital Loss (1964)

Folder 8

Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee and E. Clarence Miller and Edward C. Dale, Plaintiffs, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Pioche Mines Company and John Janney, Defendants. Civil Action No. 101. Defendants' Amended Answer (1941, Feb. 17)

Folder 9

[Corrected Print] [Public-No. 291-73D Congress] [H.R. 9323], Securities To Be Issued, Holders of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Debentures Who Have Not Deposited Their Debentures With Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Those To Be Approached By The Debenture-Holders' Committee, and two memoranda. One memo concerning From Mr. Janney To Mr. Clark (1929-1943)

Box 288

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Helen Dolman, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Ely Valley Mines, Inc.

Folder 1

Miscellaneous legal drafts concerning Dolman and Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Company cases (1963, Jan.-Apr.)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous legal drafts concerning Dolman and Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Company cases (1963, June-Dec.)

Folder 3

Appellants Answering Brief, pages 1-318 [1960s]

Drafts
Folder 4

Appellants Answering Brief, pages 319-360 [1960s]

Drafts
Folder 5

Appellants Answering Brief, pages 1-179 [1960s]

Drafts
Folder 6

Appellants Answering Brief, pages 223-372 [1960s]

Drafts
Folder 7

Five Edison Voice Writer dictation records [undated]

Box 289

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Helen Dolman, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Ely Valley Mines, Inc.

Folder 1

Miscellaneous legal drafts concerning Dolman and Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Company cases [1960s]

Folder 2

Miscellaneous legal drafts concerning Dolman and Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Company cases [1960s]

Folder 3

Miscellaneous legal drafts concerning Dolman and Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Company cases [1960s]

Folder 4

Miscellaneous legal drafts concerning Dolman and Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Company cases [1960s]

Box 290

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Twenty-one business letters regarding Janney's various ventures. Including Samuel M. Mingus, A. J. Weglein, T. Mitchell Hastings, A. C. Milner, and others. Expenses for 1941 (1941-1942)

Folder 2

Six miscellaneous business letters: Augustus L. Putnam, District National Bank, Miles P. (Miles Percy) Duval, Jr. (1896-1989), and H. E. Sherman, Jr. Distributor (1939-1940)

Folder 3

Legal notes on slander and two letters from Janney on the subject. Malice, Special Damages, Defamation, Damages for Torts – Not Slander, and Memorandum Re: Exemplary Damages in Actions for Libel and Slander and Necessity for Proving Malice Therein (1945)

Folder 4

Nine Account Statements from the Nevada Bank of Commerce for John Janney's account (1954)

Folder 5

Ledger: Paper over boards, notebook that is a MS Memo of Letters Typed for Mr. Horton and Mr. Janney (1962-1963)

Folder 6

Ledger: Black paper over boards, lined notebook a MS list of things done by Odenda Jones, secretary for John Janney, dated from June 26, 1964 to July 24, 1964 and then discontinued. Three Edison Diamond Disk, early dictation records laid in the ledger (1964)

Folder 7

Virginia Military Institute: Alumni News Vol. V No. 2, April, 1929, Vol. XI. No 1, September, 1934, and Vol. XII no. 3, June, 1936; Alumni Review, Fall 1963,; brochure dated April 21, 1920; Endowment Fund Campaign Handbook for Committees, stapled in wrappers; a list of the class of 1900 from which Janney graduated; a brochure of V. M. I. Plates by Wedgwood, a news letter from the Alumni Association. Volume IXX, No. 1, March 1933 of the Magazine of The Society of the Lees of Virginia. One TLS, and one edited retained carbon. Also a pamphlet on Ranger-Caldwell Oil that has by written on in red ink, and a card and brochure from Weinman Pump MFG. Co. (1920-1938)

Folder 8

John Janney's Income Tax Records for 1952. Includes receipts from various banks and businesses, two MS letters, and two retained carbons, Tax form 1040, ten pages of notes and account sheets, and two pages of the fourth installment of 1952 taxes (1952)

Folder 9

So Little Time by Arthur S. Maxwell. A book in color wrappers. Written in by Towson E. Smith (1946)

Folder 10

Pamphlet: Has Martin Dies Sold Out to a Jewish Banker? By George E. Deatherage (1939)

Box 291

Miscellaneous: Primarily tax records

Folder 1

Income Taxes for 1943. Includes one MS, four retained carbons of letters, account sheets, receipts, notes on taxes, two 1040s for 1943 and Declaration instructions, Alternative Declaration instructions, two 1040s and an Amended report (1940-1943)

Folder 2

Income Taxes for 1944. Includes three TLS, one MS, two retained carbons of letters, receipts, account sheets, Lincoln County Special Tax forms, two 1040s, two Declaration forms, and an alternative declaration form (1943-1956)

Folder 3

Income Taxes for 1945. Three TLS, two MS, one retained carbons of a letter, two 1040s, miscellaneous receipts, notes or statements of expenses and earnings, Lincoln County Special Tax forms, and account sheets (1945-1946)

Folder 4

Income Tax Returns for 1946. Eight TLS, two MS, retained carbons of seven letters, notes and memos on expenses and earnings, receipts, four 1040s, one Schedule D form, and account sheets (1946-1947)

Folder 5

Income Taxes for 1946. Lincoln County Special Tax sheets, and receipts (1946-1947)

Folder 6

Income Tax Returns for 1947. Includes receipts, retained carbons of statements for the year, two 1040s and a Schedule D form, account sheets and expense and earnings notes, three MS, and two retained carbons of letters (1947-1948)

Folder 7

Income Taxes for 1948. Includes miscellaneous receipts, account sheets, and notes, a signed affidavit, signed contract, an Oil Well survey, one 1040 and a Schedule D form, a Special Taxes form, one TLS, and two MS (1948-1949)

Folder 8

1950 Income Taxes. Includes miscellaneous receipts, five TLS, seven MS, retained carbons of six letters, account sheets and notes on earnings and expenses (1949-1952)

Folder 9

Income Tax Returns for 1950. Three 1040s and a Schedule D form, an Assessment with a TLS, receipts, and account sheets (1949-1950)

Box 292

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Income Tax Returns for 1951. Retained carbons of tax information and two letters, and form 1040, for Alice O'Reilly Janney (1945-1951)

Folder 2

Income Taxes for 1951. Includes receipts, notes on earnings and expenses, account sheets, three MS letters, and retained carbons of four letters (1951)

Folder 3

1952 Income Tax Returns: Includes six pages of account sheets, two 1040s for Alice O'Reilly Janney, retained carbons of tax information, receipts, two TLS, one MS note, and retained carbon of one letter (1952-1953)

Folder 4

Incomes Taxes. Two Lincoln County Special Taxes forms and a receipt (1947)

Folder 5

Twenty-two photographs of John Janney, friends, and the mine, fifteen postcards, a brochure about Samuel M. Mingus, and MS notes in an envelope (1959)

Folder 6

Balboa Explorations Limited: One Progress Report and a letter to shareholders, and one retained carbons of a letter (1946-1947)

Folder 7

Twenty-two TLS, twelve telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-three letters of Oscar A. Knox, 1916-17, regarding selling mines and tungsten. Including Peter Oosterhouse, W. W. King, and others (1916-1917)

Folder 8

Forty-four TLS, two MS, fifty-nine telegrams, and retained carbons of forty letters being correspondence of Oscar A. Knox regarding sales of ores (1916-1917)

Folder 9

Ten TLS, two MS, five telegrams, retained carbons of eight letters regarding mill and ore sales, and one blue print map of the Plat of Spotwood Group of Mines. Primarily Oscar A. Knox and W. W. King (1916-1917)

Folder 10

Two Engineer's Reports from La Luz, Guanajuato, Mexico and a tin mine in the Temescal Tin District, Riverside County, CA (1927-1928)

Folder 11

A Statement of the American Columbia Trust Company of Practical Economists to the Prime Minister of Great Britain (1919, Jan. 7)

Folder 12

Twenty-eight TLS, eleven MS, Twenty-six telegrams, retained carbons of thirty-one letters to and from Oscar A. Knox. A report on the Oatman Group, a signed Option to Purchase, a map of Mining in Oatman Arizona, and three photographs of mines (1915-1917)

Box 293

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Editorial Comment. Folio sheet that contains the article, "The Great Monetary Problem of the World and the Silver Issue," by Janney. Also a copy of the broadcast given by Ham Dalton Friday May 11, 1934, interviewing John Janney (1934)

Folder 2

Three printed items on Gold , 1932-35, Vol. 75 No.32 of the Congressional Record, Jan. 25, 1932, and a copy of the Minutes of Meeting in Dr. Sprague's Office Treasury Department, October 5, 1935 (1932-1935)

Folder 3

Congressional Record Vol. 78, No. 120 (1934, May 30)

Folder 4

Water Flood Progress Report. Waltersburg Reservoir. Berry Skelton Field. Bound in printed wrappers (1955, Mar.)

Folder 5

Arabian Shield Development Company. Annual Report to Stockholders (1992, Dec. 31)

Folder 6

Ten TLS, one-hundred and twenty-three MS, eight telegrams, five postcards, two photographs, retained carbons of twenty-one letters, all John Janney's personal correspondence with family and friends, 1914-25. Also shares certificates for Janney's stock in Gold and Silver Prince Mining Co. and New Yerington Copper Company, and a blank certificate for Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company. Three printed items on religion (a) (1911-1925)

Folder 7

Ten TLS, one-hundred and twenty-three MS, eight telegrams, five postcards, two photographs, retained carbons of twenty-one letters, all John Janney's personal correspondence with family and friends, 1914-25. Also shares certificates for Janney's stock in Gold and Silver Prince Mining Co. and New Yerington Copper Company, and a blank certificate for Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company. Three printed items on religion (b) (1911-1925)

Folder 8

Six TLS, two MS, retained carbons of eleven letters, all to and from people in government regarding the Depression and silver and gold, and a paper reviewing the monetary situation in the country (1933-1940)

Silver question
Folder 9

Fourteen TLS, one MS, retained carbons of forty-three, and attached notes and memos about silver and monetary concerns, mainly the correspondence of Henry R. Hayes, Janney and various government officials (1937-1938)

Silver question
Folder 10

Seven TLS, four MS, one memo, retained carbons of twenty letters, all to and from various people in government regarding a possible solution to the Depression. Also, three retained carbons of notes and papers on alleviation of the Depression, and a Congressional Record from the Seventy-third Congress, Second Session (1931-1934)

Silver question
Box 294

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Correspondence file. Top copies worn or defective. Correspondence some technical, some involving the sale of copper mining entities, originals and retained carbons (1930-1931)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Accounting Journal (1909-1923)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Pool Receipt, unused [undated]

Folder 4

Check registers nos. 2321-3169 (1922)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous monthly statements from various supply companies, Bank of Pioche statements, and payroll (1922-1929)

Box 295

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Bank of Pioche, Inc. and District National Bank monthly statements (1928-1940)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous invoices, receipts, and statements from various supply companies: A-K (1918-1938)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous invoices, receipts, and statements from various supply companies: L-Z (1918-1955)

Folder 4

Combined Metals Reduction Company reports and weight certificates, Lionel Anderson assay certificates, Lease Settlement, and Ely Valley Mine Mill Settlement (1950)

Box 296

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Payroll (1919)

Folder 2

Empire-Arizona Copper Company letter to Oscar A. Knox (1919, June 9)

Folder 3

Deposited with Bank of Pioche, Incorporated booklet (1944-1945)

Folder 4

Check registers nos. 3717-4184 (1923-1924)

Folder 5

Check registers nos. 9670-9768 (1936)

Folder 6

Check registers nos. 8821-9921 (1936)

Folder 7

Check registers nos. 17187-17351 (1942-1943)

Folder 8

Proxy statement, unused (1943)

Box 297

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Pioche Power and Light Company and the Federal Power Commission

Folder 1

Annual Report of Pioche Power and Light Company to the Federal Power Commission (1950-1953)

Folder 2

Seventeenth Annual Report of the Federal Power Commission, 1937, Report On Electric Light and Power Rates, Annual Report of Public Utilities for Year Ending December 31, 1944-45, Supplementary Report Covering Operations in 1934, and Federal Power Commission Typical Net Monthly Bills (1934-1942)

Folder 3

Federal Power Commission Typical Net Monthly Bills For Residential Service, file copies (1938-1952)

Folder 4

Miscellaneous printed matter from the Federal Power Commission (1935-1952)

Folder 5

Power System Statement For Class III Systems made by Pioche Power and Light Company to the Federal Power Commission (1938, Dec. 31)

Folder 6

Federal Power Commission Bureau of Accounts, Finance, and Rates. Estimated Charges in Annual Revenues Resulting from Rate Changes Made During the Periods…and Directory of Electric and Gas Utilities, printed forms filled in (1938-1945)

Folder 7

Correspondence between Federal Power Commission and Pioche Light and Power Company (1930s)

Folder 8

Correspondence between Federal Power Commission and Pioche Light and Power Company (1940s)

Folder 9

Correspondence between Federal Power Commission and Pioche Light and Power Company (1950s)

Folder 10

Correspondence between Federal Power Commission and Pioche Light and Power Company (1960s) and [undated]

Folder 11

Pioche Power and Light Company Line Loss (1947)

Folder 12

Agreement for the Purchase of Power Between Dixie Power Company and Pioche Mines Consolidated, memoranda regarding Power Contract, agreements, and charts. Also, correspondence between A. L. Woodhouse, President of Dixie Power Company, and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1930-1932)

Folder 13

Letter from Pioche Power and Light Company to W. T. Holcomb concerning transmission line (1949, Aug. 30)

Folder 14

Foreman's Report of Accident Pioche Power and Light Company (1952-1955)

Folder 15

Pioche Power and Light Company letter to County Commissioners of Lincoln County, Nevada, statement made on behalf of Pioche Mines Consolidated, and petition (1929)

Box 298

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Pioche Power and Light Company

Folder 1

P. C. Fraser correspondence, accounts, and corrected bills (1929-1930)

Folder 2

The American Appraisal Company correspondence and printed matter (1937)

Folder 3

Commercial Credit Company correspondence and sales contract (1929-1931)

Folder 4

Agreements, Bond for Performance of Covenants, Notice of Application for Franchise, Resolution, and Ordinance for Electric Light and Power Franchise. Also, correspondence between P. C. Fraser and John Janney (1927-1954)

Folder 5

Pioche Power and Light Company miscellaneous reports and correspondence (1934-1938)

Folder 6

Memo Accounts Receivable ledger (1915-1924)

Folder 7

Invoice book [undated]

Folder 8

Journal. Contains trial balances. Seven million dollars is an ending figure (1907-1923)

Folder 9

Mining Results Report Sheet with categories, unused [undated]

Box 299

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Twenty-two TLS, six MS, retained carbons of forty-three letters, regarding monetary issues and government, a copy of a Press Release on Foreign Trade and Money, and newspaper clippings. Letters to and from Arthur P. Lamneck, Pat McCarran, 1876-1954, Finely J. Shepard, William Louis Fiesinger, 1877-1953, and others (1917-1942)

Monetary policy--United States; Silver question
Folder 2

One telegram and retained carbons of seven letters and the President's Silver Program, and one printed item on Taxation, Confiscation Repudiation? Letters to and from J. S. Wanamaker, Clarence H. Geist, others, and a page from the Mining Journal for April 1939 (1933-1939)

Monetary policy--United States; Silver question
Folder 3

Twenty-three TLS, five telegrams, retained carbons of thirty-five letters, one memo, all concerning the government and monetary issues and mainly correspondence of A. P. Lamneck and John Janney. Also, the Congressional Record of the Seventy-fourth Congress, Second Session (1936-1942)

Folder 4

Five TLS, one MS, retained carbons of twenty-seven letters of Henry R. Hayes and a list of Question and Answers regarding silver (1938-1939)

Silver question
Folder 5

Nine TLS and ten retained carbons, all the correspondence of William Louis Fiesinger, 1877-1953, Henry R. Hayes and John Janney (1934-1942)

Folder 6

One MS, and retained carbons of two letters, edited notes, four newspaper clippings, and two printed items, all regarding monetary issues. Letters to Clarence H. Geist and O. M. W. Sprague from [John Janney] (1934-1939)

Monetary policy--United States
Folder 7

Two TLS, two retained carbons of letters, two memos, an address by A. P. Lamneck before the Union League Club, three printed Resolutions, a printed Extract from Hearings of the Seventy-third Congress, and a printed item on fascism by C.H.V. Ames (1938)

Folder 8

Eleven retained carbons, one memo, two statements, regarding monetary and political matters, two printed bills of Congress, a printed item on Income Taxes, and a telephone index. Letters to and from Ham Dalton, Neil Carothers, Joshua Evans, Jr. and others. Certificate of Incorporation of American Sound Money Council Pursuant to the Membership Corporation Law and other drafts (1933-1953)

Monetary policy--United States
Folder 9

Four TLS, three retained carbons, miscellaneous newspaper clippings, three newsletters, an issue of National Republic, March 1950, and five pages from the Appendix of the Congressional Record, political and monetary material. Letters to and from John Janney, Millard E. Tydings, Herbert C. Hoover, William Louis Fiesinger, 1877-1953, and others (1938-1950)

Monetary policy--United States
Box 300

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

One MS, one signed statement by John Janney, printed Testimony of General Moseley, and four newspaper clippings (1934-1942)

Folder 2

One TLS, retained carbons of one letter, a memo, three reports, and excerpt from an article, all having to do with monetary and political matters. A printed article on silver by Janney, two printed bills and a report on an International Monetary Conference, and miscellaneous newspaper clippings (1935-1938)

Monetary policy--United States
Folder 3

Four TLS and retained carbons of six letters regarding monetary work and silver. Letters to Judge A. D. [Dadne?], W. Mont Ferry, John Kirby, "My Dear Father Walsh", and John Janney. Two newspaper clippings (1934-1935)

Monetary policy--United States; Silver question
Folder 4

The Good Health League Offers Health Through Natural Therapy (1941)

Folder 5

Retained carbons of two letters from John Janney, one newsletter, seven printed items mainly on monetary and political issues, and miscellaneous newspaper clippings (1922-1938)

Monetary policy--United States
Folder 6

Hotel bills (1933-1953)

(1933-1953)
Folder 7

Five TLS, forty-five MS, ten retained carbons of letters, seven postcards, eighteen photographs, Janney's personal correspondence with friends and family (1941-1943)

Folder 8

Seven TLS, seventeen MS, one telegrams, retained carbons of twelve letters, all Janney's personal correspondence with family and friends. Also, nine pages from a banking account book with Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company, and a notice of refund (1938)

Folder 9

Three TLS, nine MS, retained carbons of two letters two postcards and a photo card, all personal correspondence with John Janney, a quit claim deed, four photographs, and hotel bills (1939-1940)

Folder 10

One MS, five retained carbons of business letters, Income Tax notes and expense lists, Income Tax Return Forms (1944-1953)

Box 301

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Six TLS, thirty-one MS, two retained carbons, one postcard, a wedding announcement, and medical information from Dr. Ile, Janney's personal correspondence (1944-1948)

Folder 2

Four TLS, fifteen MS, retained carbons fourteen letters, two postcards, an issue of Il Commercio, hotel bills, and three photographs, John Janney's personal; correspondence with friends and family (1934-1954)

Folder 3

One account sheet, time sheets for Nevada Phoenix Mining Company, stock certificate for Bullion Transportation Co., three signed and notarized legal documents, miscellaneous Salt Lake, Nevada newspaper clippings regarding mines (1907-1913)

Folder 4

Report De Luce Group Castle Dome Mining District, Yuma County, AZ. Miscellaneous account and expense information (1916-1918)

Folder 5

Seven TLS, six MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-eight letters, all the personal correspondence of John Janney and George Rust, 1917. Also a Report of the Independent Tungsten Company, with two blue prints (1916-1917)

Folder 6

One TLS, thirty-nine MS, one retained carbon, two postcards, and three photographs, that are the personal correspondence to John Janney from his friends and family (1949)

Box 302

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Twelve TLS, seventy-five MS, four telegrams, seven retained carbons, two postcards, all the personal correspondence of John Janney with friends and family (a) (1950-1951)

Folder 2

Twelve TLS, seventy-five MS, four telegrams, seven retained carbons, two postcards, all the personal correspondence of John Janney with friends and family (b) (1950-1951)

Folder 3

One TLS, sixty MS, one telegram, one retained carbon, and one postcard, the personal correspondence of Janney with friends and family (1952-1953)

Folder 4

Three TLS, fifty-three MS, seven retained carbons, the personal correspondence of Janney with friends and family (1953)

Box 303

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Eight TLS, thirty-nine MS, three telegrams, retained carbons of seven letters, and a Christmas card, all personal correspondence of Janney and friends and family (1953-1959)

Folder 2

Eleven TS letters, most signed, three MS, and two postcards, all personal correspondence to John Janney from friends and family (1955)

Folder 3

Four TLS, twenty-six MS, one retained carbon, all personal correspondence to Janney. Also, signed copy of a lease, two Deeds or Agreements, and a National Bank of the Republic check book. Included Leesburg, Va. and Idaho Falls, Id. correspondence (1896-1907)

Folder 4

Three TLS, forty-seven MS, six telegrams, two postcards, and a photograph, all personal and business correspondence for Janney from his friends and family. Included consideration of Pioche Mines and letters from his father, Charles P. Janney (1908-1913)

Folder 5

Two TLS, twenty-four MS, two retained carbons, one printed item, copy of a legal document, stock certificate, and cancelled checks. Letters are personal correspondence of Janney with friend and family, mainly letters from his father, Charles P. Janney (1912-1917)

Box 304

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

National Copper Bank Book; one TLS, fifteen MS, six retained carbons of letters, all correspondence to Janney from his friends and family, especially his father, Charles P. Janney. Income tax return for 1918 (1914-1918)

Folder 2

One TLS, thirty-five MS, ten retained carbons, the correspondence of John Janney with his father, Charles P. Janney, and brother, T. Gordon Janney, and miscellaneous receipts (1919)

Folder 3

Four TLS, thirty-one MS, ten telegrams, retained carbons of sixteen letters, personal correspondence of Janney with his family and friends, particularly his father, Charles P. Janney (1920)

Folder 4

Seven TLS, fifteen MS, two telegrams, retained carbons of thirteen letters, two postcards, all Janney's personal correspondence with family. Also, a YMCA membership card and miscellaneous receipts (1921)

Folder 5

Five TLS, twenty-three MS, six retained carbons of letters, mainly Janney's personal correspondence with his family. Also miscellaneous receipts (1922)

Folder 6

Eight TLS, twenty-five MS, nine telegrams, retained carbons of eight letters, all personal correspondence of John Janney with his friends and family, and correspondence with various banks regarding his accounts. Also miscellaneous receipts (1923)

Folder 7

Six TLS, eight MS, and eight retained carbons of letters, mainly correspondence of John Janney with friends and family, also Virginia Military Institute Alumni, 1923-24. Also, miscellaneous receipts, a tax return, and a check book from the Bank of Bramwell, W.VA. (1923-1924)

Folder 8

Three TLS, twenty-four MS, five retained carbons, Janney's personal correspondence with family and friends. Also, miscellaneous receipts (1925)

Folder 9

Four TLS, ten MS, eight retained carbons, mainly personal correspondence of Janney with his brother T. Gordon Janney and other friends and family. Also, a few receipts (1926)

Folder 10

Six TLS, seven MS, one telegram, and nine retained carbons, the personal correspondence of Janney with family, friends, and his bank. A few miscellaneous receipts and cancelled checks (1927)

Box 305

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Five TLS, twenty-one MS, two retained carbons of letters, one postcard, Janney's personal correspondence with friends and family. Also, December 1928 issue of The Voice of the Fred F. French Companies and sixteen photographs (1928)

Folder 2

Ten TLS, forty-eight MS, six telegrams, retained carbons of ten letters, one postcard, Janneys' personal correspondence with friends, family, and a few businesses. A few receipts (1929)

Folder 3

Thirty-one MS, and one card, Janney's personal correspondence from friends and family. One prospectus (1930)

Folder 4

Nineteen MS, one retained carbon, and two postcards, the personal correspondence of Janney with friends and family (1930-1931)

Folder 5

One TLS, two MS, eight retained carbons of letters, mainly Janney's letters addressing the Depression and his opinions on silver as a solution. Also a few receipts (1933)

Folder 6

One TLS, eleven MS, one telegram, and one retained carbon, the personal correspondence of Janney with friends and family. Also, miscellaneous receipts (1934)

Folder 7

One TLS, seven MS, two telegrams, two retained carbons of letters, the personal correspondence of Janney with friends and family, and hotel receipts (1935)

Folder 8

Two TLS, thirteen MS, eight retained carbons, Janney's personal correspondence (1936)

Folder 9

Six TLS, nineteen MS, one telegram, retained carbons of eleven letters, Janney's personal correspondence with friends and family, including Miles P. (Miles Percy) Duval, Jr. (1896-1989) (1937)

Folder 10

Four TLS, eight MS, two telegrams, retained carbons of three letters, Janney's personal correspondence (1939)

Box 306

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Two MS, one telegram, two retained carbons, Janney's personal correspondence, and two check stubs (1940)

Folder 2

One MS, nine retained carbons, Janney's personal correspondence and bills (1941)

Folder 3

Three TLS, six MS, ten retained carbons, and miscellaneous bills, Janney's personal correspondence and bills (1942)

Folder 4

One TLS, eight MS, one telegram, three retained carbons, one postcard, and an Ely Valley Mine Expense sheet, Janney's personal correspondence and expense information (1943)

Folder 5

One TLS and six MS, personal letters to Janney (1944)

Folder 6

Five TLS, seventeen MS, one telegram, one retained carbons, Janney's personal correspondence. Included Excerpt from Congressional Record Debate on S. 502 Mar. 15, 1945 (1945)

Folder 7

Eight TLS, five MS, two photographs, Janney's personal correspondence and a few letters regarding the mill (1946)

Folder 8

Two TLS, eleven MS, Janney's personal correspondence from family and friends, and a few hotel bills (1947)

Folder 9

Two TLS, four MS, one telegram, personal correspondence to Janney and one receipt from the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York (1948)

Folder 10

Four TLS, twenty-seven MS, two retained carbons, one wedding announcement, Janney's personal correspondence. Also, miscellaneous bills, an Insurance certificate, newspaper clippings, a copy of a legal letter to Richard K. Baker, and a Farm Mortgage form (1949)

Folder 11

Eighteen MS, personal correspondence to Janney, and hotel bills (1950)

Folder 12

Six TLS, nineteen MS, four retained carbons, personal correspondence of Janney, and three pages of MS notes (1951)

Folder 13

One TLS, fourteen MS, two retained carbons, and a photograph of Lucinda "Lee" Marquand Gilmour, Janney's personal correspondence (1952)

Folder 14

One TLS and two retained carbons, Janney's correspondence with Robert Spilman (1953)

Box 307

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Two TLS, eighteen MS, four retained carbons of letters, Janney's personal correspondence (1953)

Folder 2

Four TLS, thirty-two MS, two Christmas cards, one postcard, Janney's personal correspondence. Also, two obituaries of Richard E. Dwight (1951-1954)

Folder 3

Four TLS and twenty MS. Janney's personal correspondence (1950-1954)

Folder 4

TL some signed, six retained carbons of letters, and a signed debtor notice regarding Boyd Park Bennion Jewelers (1956-1957)

Folder 5

TLS, seven MS, four retained carbons, one postcard, Janney's personal correspondence (1954-1957)

Folder 6

Four TL three are signed, seven MS, sixteen retained carbons, one newsletter. Janney's correspondence regarding the Constitution and the Pioche Dolman case (1963-1964)

Folder 7

One TLS, three MS, correspondence of Janney with Hamilton Dalton, radio commentator. Also TS pages 1-68 of a revised manuscript of a radio interview with a mine owner, entitled The Good Old Days (1953)

Folder 8

Blank Callahan Zinc-Lead Co., Inc. Daily Report forms, and a blank Income Tax form, and a First Security Bank of Idaho check book [undated]

Folder 9

Press Release on American Monetary Policy. Janney bank statements from the Riggs National Bank (1935)

Folder 10

Two photographs of a Shaking Grizzley machine, a brochure on Aerial Tramways, stapled in printed wrappers a booklet on a New Metallurgical Procedure, and an Indenture of The Beam Retort MFG., Mining and Leasing Co. (1936)

Folder 11

Papers entitled, "Work Continues on the Burke Tunnel," and "Confucius and the Bible Compared" [undated]

Box 308

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company

Folder 1

Pioche prospectus, "Does Mining Pay?" by M. B. Nicol, Statement concerning Mr. Wm. A. Farish, letter from John A. Nicol, and clipping (1908)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous business correspondence: B. J. Cavanagh, J. Q. Dickinson, W. W. Grubbs, Arthur W. Thomas, and others. Including references to Tenabo (1919-1928)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda concerning Tenabo and Janney's trip to Paris, France. Including Memorandum concerning the Oklahoma Amalgamated Oil Company Limited (1913-1914)

Folder 4

Miscellaneous correspondence to John Janney from various banks and attorneys. Including references to Tenabo and Janney's trip to Paris, France (1913-1914)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Company statements (1915-1920)

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Company statements and vouchers (1911-1915)

Folder 7

Southern Nevada Milling and Leasing Company – Pioche Mines Company payroll (1921)

Box 309

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company

Folder 1

H.C. Edwards, Plaintiff vs. Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company, a corporation. Notice to Take Depositions on Oral Interrogations, Charles D. Bates, Complainant, vs. Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company, a corporation, Defendant. Decree in Equity, Richard H. Mallett, as special administrator, etc., vs. Gold Quartz Mining Company of Lander County, Nevada. Order Fixing Time for Hearing Return of Sale, Janney's deposition, and correspondence (1919-1920)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous legal documents, Director's Meeting of the Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company, and clippings related to Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company (1908-1911)

Folder 3

Stock transfer: Certificates Issued Chargeable One-Half Treasury One-Half Cert., Transfers of Non-Preference Shares, Treasury stock balance, and one letter (1919-1920)

Folder 4

Report on Metallurgy of Silver Reef Mill Tailings and Ores by Chloridizing Violation Method, Metal Market, April 25, 1918, and list of samples taken at various times by Alex Colbath (1918)

Folder 5

Syndicate Agreement, Notice of Location, Memorandum of Agreement [draft?], and map related to Gold Strike Mining District (1915)

Folder 6

Correspondence, minutes, memoranda, legal documents, Articles of Incorporation, all related to Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company. The letters are primarily from attorneys (1913-1920)

Box 310

Miscellaneous: Primarily material related to Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company

Folder 1

Miscellaneous correspondence concerning Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company. Letters to and from P. H. Kelly, W. Mont Ferry, A. E. Raleigh, and others (1919-1921)

Folder 2

Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company Receipt Pending Issuance of Certificate and Application for shares of Capital Stock (blank) (1909)

Folder 3

Report on the Receipts and Disbursements of the Tenabo Con. Mines Company to February 28, 1910 by J. W. Edmunds, C.P.A. (1910, Feb. 28)

Folder 4

Letters to Graddy Cary, Robert M. Janney, H. M. Lansdowne, telegrams, and Exhibit One Charles D. Bates vs. Tenabo Mining and Smelting Co. No. 1183 (1916-1919)

Folder 5

Letters between John Janney and Benner X. Smith (attorney) concerning Tenabo case. Included pages from Life magazine (1913-1919)

Folder 6

Notice To Take Deposition of H. C. Edwards, an agreement, notes, and primarily correspondence of P. H. Kelly, Bricklayer and Contactor (1909-1919)

Folder 7

Correspondence and notes regarding Edwards suit and Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company (1913-1919)

Folder 8

Correspondence primarily between John Janney, A. E. Raleigh, Graddy Cary, Robert S. Spillman, George J. Waggoner, and copies of a sworn testimony of a large stockholder concerning Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company (1919)

Folder 9

Correspondence, agreement, and telegrams concerning Charles D. Bates and Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company case (1914-1919)

Primarily copies
Folder 10

Correspondence primarily between William Henry King, 1863-1949, Graddy Cary, P. H. Kelly, and John Janney concerning Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company (1914-1919)

Folder 11

Correspondence concerning Tenabo lease, notice of motion, notice of intention to hold mining claims, and two memoranda (1914-1919)

Folder 12

Correspondence between H. C. Edwards and P. H. Kelly concerning Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company. Affidavit of P. H. Kelly (1919)

Folder 13

Miscellaneous legal documents concerning the cases M. L. Lee vs. Pioche Last Chance Mining Company and James Lemoine vs. Pioche Last Chance Mining Company (1906-1908)

Folder 14

Pioche Last Chance Mining report, correspondence, prospectus, statements, Certificate of Redemption, mortgage, and stock certificate (1911-1920)

Box 311

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated Daily Mill Reports (1937-1938)

Folder 2

Screen Analysis on Mill Tailings, March, 1938 and Pioche Mines Consolidated Daily Mill Operation Reports (1937-1938)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Consolidated Report of Oscar A. Knox, Mining Engineer, financial records and correspondence, maps, Of Pioche Nevada Are Developing Their Mines, Report on Dumps Pioche Mines Company, memorandum, and a newspaper clipping (1913-1922)

Folder 4

Expenses assumed by the Exploration Syndicate, Hotel Expenses of John Janney, Stock Sales, Statement of Cost and Expenditures Mt. View Hotel, District National Bank record of checks drawn, and Trial Balance sheets (1927-1929)

Box 312

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Bank of Pioche double entry accounts and Journal Opening entries (1937)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous technical notes concerning pulleys, pipes, pumps, table room, belts, elevators... (1920)

Folder 3

Note from Steve D. Bard to [J. Harry] Crafton concerning port receipts [undated]

Folder 4

Pay Roll Employees at Mine (1918, Sep. 30)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous bills, invoices, and statements (1918)

Folder 6

Check registers [Ely Valley Mines Company?] nos. 121-627 (1918)

Folder 7

Check registers [Ely Valley Mines Company?] nos. 1-165 (1950)

Folder 8

Check registers [Ely Valley Mines Company?] nos. 625-1404 (1951)

Folder 9

Check registers [Ely Valley Mines Company?] nos. 4977-5114 (1947)

Box 313

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

Check registers nos. 10313-10513 (1936)

Folder 2

Check registers [Ely Valley Mines Company?] nos. 3858-4178 (1946)

Folder 3

Check registers [Ely Valley Mines Company?] nos. 8823-8882 (1950)

Folder 4

Check registers [Ely Valley Mines Company?] nos. 4356-4358, 9466-9468, 9811-9813, and 10259-10270 (1947)

Folder 5

Check registers [Ely Valley Mines Company?] nos. 3423-3500 (1945)

Folder 6

Check registers [Ely Valley Mines Company?] nos. 3170-3716 (1923)

Folder 7

Miscellaneous bank statements: Bank of Pioche, Alfred Hunt, Apr. 1940, District National Bank, Pioche Mines Company, Nov. 1928, and Bank of Pioche, Pioche Mines Consolidated, May 1938 (1928-1940)

Folder 8

Employment Security Department. Nevada Employment at Summer Peak Nevada #116 For release September 21, 1956 (1956, Sep. 20)

Folder 9

Check registers nos. 4638-4670 (1925)

Folder 10

Check registers nos. 9424-9450 (1936)

Folder 11

Check registers nos. 9385-9390 (1936)

Folder 12

Check registers nos. 9814-9828 (1936)

Folder 13

Check registers nos. 9801-10013 (1928)

Folder 14

Pioche Last Chance Mining Company agreements and mining deeds (1907)

Box 314

Miscellaneous

Folder 1

State Headquarters Selective Service System News Releases and Circulars (a) (1941-1942)

United States. Selective Service System
Folder 2

State Headquarters Selective Service System News Releases and Circulars (b) (1941)

United States. Selective Service System
Folder 3

State Headquarters Selective Service System News Releases and Circulars (c) (1941)

United States. Selective Service System
Folder 4

Sixteen envelopes with newspaper clippings about silver from the Pioche Record (1934-1935)

Silver question
Folder 5

Two TLS, one MS, five telegrams, and one retained carbon. Telegram regarding a fire to the record in 1949 and campaign contributions to E. L. Nores in 1950 (1932-1950)

Folder 6

Two TLS, two MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of three letters, one notice of a Special Directors Meeting, dated June 25, 1964, draft of a Bill of Sale, and four expense Account Records for May through August, 1932. Letters from E. L. Nores, W. W. Grubbs, and John Janney (1932-1964)

Folder 7

A copy of a Complaint in the case E. L. Nores vs. Pioche Record Publishing Company, and a copy of a Summons, also a signed copy of a Motion for More Definite Statement. Two TLS, and three retained carbons of letters regarding the case from 1957, and a signed Notice of a Board of Directors Meeting, and minutes from a meeting that took place on February 28, 1958 (1957-1958)

Folder 8

Four TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of four letters being miscellaneous correspondence of E. L. Nores and Richard Nores (1940)

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