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John Janney collection

Finding aid prepared by Gina C Giang.
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Descriptive Summary

Title: John Janney collection
Dates: 1896-1992
Bulk dates: 1920-1960
Collection Number: mssJanneycollection
Creator: Janney, John, 1877-1967
Extent: 338 boxes, 29 ledgers, and 2 oversize folders
Repository: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens Manuscripts Department
The Huntington Library
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108
Phone: (626) 405-2203
Fax: (626) 449-5720
Email: reference@huntington.org
URL: http://www.huntington.org
Abstract: The John Janney collection contains correspondence and business records related to mining in the early 20th century American West. Included are files related to John Janney's several properties and interests, most of which were in Lincoln County, Nevada, including the Ely Valley Mines, Mountain View Hotel, Pioche Mines Company, Pioche Power and Light Company, and Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company. This collection exists as an extensive and rich documentation of Nevada mining, especially during the Great Depression and World War II.
Language of Material: The records are in English.

Administration Information

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], John Janney collection, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Acquisition Information

Purchased from Serendipity Books, July 1999

Biography

John Janney was born on August 15, 1877 in Leesburg, Virginia. His great grandfather served as Attorney General under George Washington and John Adams. He was named after a famous uncle.
In 1896, John Janney graduated from the Virginia Military Institute and graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1900. Soon after, Janney headed west to Idaho and then, Pioche, Nevada where he re-created himself as a businessman. Seemingly, Janney was motivated by a desire to be a great and respected businessman. He admired John D. Rockefeller for making a fortune in oil and set out to do the same in mining. However, Janney proved to be plagued by misfortune and a certain degree of incompetence or irresponsibility that limited his success. During his 50 years in the mining industry, he managed to create enemies of the worst kind, those who neither feared nor respected him. He was sued by other companies and stockholders on numerous occasions, and was forced to devote much of his energy to a never ending stream of litigation.
Janney failed to follow the advice of Andrew Carnegie, who claimed he made his fortune by putting all his eggs in one basket, and "watching that basket." From the very beginning of his career, Janney had investments in several companies, and projects across the United States. He worked on the development of Milner Dam in south central Idaho and contributed to the founding of Twin Falls, Idaho. He continued to own property and farmland in Idaho throughout this life. In the early 1900s, he became the Secretary of the Pioche Mines Company, and began to make his rise. He spent time in France before the war, and then returned to Pioche, Nevada. He spent the years up until 1920 acquiring controlling stock in the Nevada Volcano Mines Company for his personal ownership. In 1920, he bought the land from the company. Now, he had control of Pioche Mines Company, which had equipment for mining, but no money to buy land on which to use the equipment. Janney also acquired controlling stock in The Pioche Record, the Mountain View Hotel, and the Pioche Power and Light Company. He oversaw the running of these businesses as well as his main interest, mining.
Janney was a capitalist in every sense and strove to make the Pioche Mines Company profitable throughout the 1920s. Soon, he became the president of the company and was determined to make it work. His success was set back on September 14, 1929, when a fire destroyed the company's mill. Workers expressed support and sympathy for Janney after the fire, despite the depression into which the world had fallen into, plans were soon underway to rebuild the mill.
Throughout the 1930s, Janney expressed strong views in regards to his economic theories and opinions on the silver policy. He wrote numerous letters to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and friends tried to arrange a meeting with the President Roosevelt so Janney could push his plan for economic recovery.
Pioche Mines Company eventually merged with Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Janney continued as president. Under his direction, the company actively worked to increase stockholders in the east, especially in Philadelphia. Janney spent much of his time living in hotels in east coast cities promoting and trying to expand his company. The company was not free of problems, however. Percy H. Clark, had replaced T. Mitchell Hastings, as attorney for Philadelphia investors in the company and soon began his push for reorganization. Clark clashed with Janney and other company heads frequently, which eventually led to several lawsuits. Eventually, Clark resigned his vice-presidency; he was unable to see eye to eye on anything with Janney.
Problems abounded with investors and supply companies that Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. was in debt to. Janney seemed to owe money in all directions and to be in no rush to pay up. As the patience of many wore out, the number of lawsuits rose steadily. The case of Fidelity-Philadelphia vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and John Janney dragged on for years and eventually landed in the United States Supreme Court in the early 1960s.
In the late 1930s or early 1940s, Janney became the General Manager of Ely Valley Mines Company. He oversaw all operations and business in this company, saving records of daily operations at the mill. In letters to and from his wife, Alice Janney, he expresses intense desire to see the company become profitable. In response, his wife made several suggestions on how to accomplish that goal. However, this company was also plagued with lawsuits, specifically the case of Helen Dolman vs. Ely Valley Mines, which carried on until the early 1960s when it finally reached the United States Court of Appeals. Janney also worked on developing the Randsburg mining district, located in Kern County, California. His energies were constantly invested in mines, as shown by the massive number of business correspondence.
The 1960s lawsuits seemed to wear on him. He spent more time expressing his political views, and following the events of the Civil Rights Movement. Janney spoke out for right-wing politics, anti-communism, and constitutional limitations.
Janney passed away in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1967 at the age of 90. At that time, several court cases were still in progress, and the mining companies were in his control. In his will, he instructed three old friends to take care of his possessions, being sure his wife would be provided for until her death. His only other beneficiaries were The Defenders of the American Constitution and John C. Williams, President of the Texas Voters for Enforcing the Constitution. Janney's stock was transferred to Arabian Shields Company of Dallas, Texas and his properties were taken over by this company.

Scope and Content

Series I: Ely Valley Mines Company The first series, Ely Valley Mines Company, primarily contains reports, such as Foreman's Daily Reports, Daily Explosives Reports, Shift Reports, Truck Operation Reports, Daily Timber Reports, and Daily Drill Reports. Also, pertaining to Ely Valley Mines Company, are Assay Certificates, Requisition for Supplies forms, time cards, financial records, production estimates, and other technical figures. Included are letters to and from supply companies, stockholders, company officers, and legal firms. Also in this series, are letters to and from John Janney and wife, Alice Janney in Box 57 (3).
Series II: Mountain View Hotel The Mountain View Hotel series, mostly consists of invoices, receipts, statements, and tax records from various supply and utility companies. This series is roughly organized chronologically. The few letters in this section concern a Redflash boiler leak at the hotel.
Series III: Oriental Refining Company The third series mostly includes correspondence, memoranda, notes, and statements concerning two lawsuits: Oriental Refining Company, Plaintiff, vs. American National Bank of Denver, Defendant and Richard K. Baker, as Trustee, Francis G. Shaw and Richard K. Baker, as Trustees, Wallace M. Scudder, James B. Thayer, Augustus Hemenway, and Francis G. Shaw, Plaintiffs, vs. Max P. Zall, E. M. Stringer, H. L. Jewell, and Oriental Refining Company, Defendants.
Series IV: Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelting Corporation:The Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelting Corporation series primarily consists of invoices, receipts, and statements from various supply and utility companies from the late 1930s to early 1940s.
Series V: Pioche Mines Company and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. This series is roughly divided into two parts. The first part concerns Pioche Mines Company from the early 1900s to late 1920s. The second part relates to Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., which incorporated in December 1928. Both sections contain business correspondence to and from supply companies, stockholders, company officers, and legal firms. Additional subject matter related to Janney includes Twin Falls, Idaho, anti-communism, constitutional limitations, and monetizing silver. Box 239 consists of newspaper clippings related to civil rights and right wing politics. Also, there are correspondence, countersuits, drafts, memoranda, notes, and statements concerning two major lawsuits: Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee et al., Plaintiffs, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Pioche Mines Company, and John Janney, Defendants and Helen Dolman, Lawrence Rust Lee, E.P.R. Duval, Katherine Hansbrough, and James Keith Marshall, Jr., Plaintiffs, vs. Ely Valley Mines, Inc., Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., and John Janney.
Series VI: Pioche Power and Light Company The Pioche Power and Light Company series primarily consists of correspondence, documents, printed matter, and reports addressed to and from the Public Services Commission of Nevada. Also, there are tax related material, financial records, and work orders. Box 222 consists of mostly retained carbons to customers.
Series VII: Randsburg California Mines In this series, there are agreements, correspondence, deeds, financial records maps, notes, reports, and test results related to Randsburg mining district and Goler Canyon Placer. The bulk of the letters are between John Janney and his agent, Samuel M. Mingus.
Series VIII: Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company There is only one box in this series. The contents include letters and documents concerning Charles D. Bates, Complainant vs. Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company, Defendant. There are three ledgers: Minutes from the "First Meeting of the Incorporators and Stockholders", a blank receipt book, and a transfer of capital ledger. Box 237 (6) consists of copies of telegrams regarding the sale of Tenabo property.
Series IX: Miscellaneous This series consists of material related to all the mines in the previous sections. There are business and personal correspondence, financial records, ephemera, shorthand notes, and other material related to Janney's life as a businessman and a devout American capitalist. Boxes 286-290 contain additional material related to the Helen Dolman, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Ely Valley Mines Company lawsuits. There are two oversize boxes consisting of rolled blueprints, drawings, and maps.
Series X: Oversize There are 29 oversize ledgers and two oversize folders related to Ely Valley Mines Company, Pioche Power and Light Company, and Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company. One folder consists 26 drawings of the Pioche floatation mill and the other depicts mining shafts.

Arrangement

For the most part, the original order of the collection has been kept. The best way to tackle this collection is to perform a keyword search for items of interest.

Indexing Terms

Personal Names

DuVal, Miles P., Jr. (Miles Percy), 1896-1989
Janney, John, 1877-1967
King, William Henry, 1828-1903
McCarran, Pat, 1876-1954
Post, Langdon W. (Langdon Ward), 1899-

Corporate Names

Combined Metals Reduction Company
Ely Valley Mines Company
Mountain View Hotel
Oriental Refining Company
Pioche Mines Company
Pioche Mines Consolidated
Pioche Power and Light Company
Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company
United States. War Production Board

Subjects

Civil rights--United States
Conservatism
Currency question--United States
Gold mines and mining--Nevada
Lead mines and mining--Nevada
Mines and mineral resources--Nevada--Pioche
Mining corporations--Nevada
Silver mines and mining--Nevada
Silver question

Geographic Areas

Lincoln County (Nev.)--History
Pioche (Nev.)--History
Randsburg (Calif.)--History
Twin Falls (Idaho)--History

Genre

Account books--Nevada--20th century
Business records--Nevada--20th century
Letters (correspondence)--Nevada--20th century
Reports--Nevada--20th century


CONTAINER LIST

 

Ely Valley Mines Company 1907-1965

Physical Description: 113 boxes
Box 1

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from October 1, 1944 through March 15, 1945, tied with yarn (1944, Oct. 1-1945, Mar. 15)

No folder
Folder 2

Foreman's Daily Reports from January 1st through June 30th, 1950, bound with a metal fastener (1950, Jan. 1-June 30)

No folder
Box 2

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Report from July 1, 1948 through October 31, 1948, bound with a metal fastener (1948, July 1-Oct. 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine lease settlements and other financial and technical figures (1950)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mine lease settlements and other financial and technical figures (1951)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mine Retroactive Treatment Charge (1950)

Box 3

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Combined Metals Reduction Company Weight Certificates and Assay Certificates for Ely Valley Mine (1950)

Folder 2

Combined Metals Reduction Company reports for Ely Valley Mine (1949-1950)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mine production estimates and other technical figures (1947)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mine production estimates and other technical figures (1948)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mine production estimates and other technical figures (1949)

Folder 6

Ely Valley Mine production estimates and other technical figures (1950)

Box 4

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mine shift reports (1950, Jan. 3-Dec. 30)

No folder
Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine Requisition for Supplies forms (1950, Sep. 7-Nov. 1)

No folder
Box 5

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Correspondence of Markall Machinery Company and Ely Valley Mines, 1943-44. Fourteen TLS, one MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of seventeen business letters (1943-1944)

Folder 2

Twenty-eight TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of forty-three letters being the correspondence of Combined Metals Reduction Company and John Janney and Ely Valley Mines. Also, a signed and notarized Assay Statement (1943-1948)

Zinc industry and trade; Zinc mines and mining
Folder 3

Three TLS, three MS, and retained carbon of one business letters, an article, and a list of gold mining companies. Also, legal notes on evidence in a case involving Ely Valley Mines (1944-1946)

Folder 4

Reports on the Ely Valley Mine and a draft of the application for Exploration. One TLS, ands retained carbons of five miscellaneous business letters of Ely Valley Mines, Inc. One Itra-company note, and a release of the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion. (Zinc premiums for 1946) (1946)

Zinc industry and trade; Zinc mines and mining
Folder 5

In metal fastener, the correspondence of Landon F. Strobel, Executive Secretary, Quota Committee WPB, Washington, D. C. and John Janney, President of Ely Valley Mines. Ten TLS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-seven letters. Application of EVM for Exploration (1945-1947)

Folder 6

Retained carbons of three business letters to Midway Fishing Tool Company from Janney, Ely Valley Mine, 1946. One telegram from Midway (1946)

Folder 7

Six TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of three business letters. Ely Valley Mine report. Articles on the Federal Government, August 1947 (1946-1947)

Folder 8

Reports on the Ely Valley Mine for April 7th and 20th, 1950, from Pat English (1950, Apr. 7-20)

Folder 9

Correspondence of Samuel W. Ford and Janney. Four TLS, ninety-three MS, five telegrams, and retained carbons of one-hundred and two letters (1942-1950)

Folder 10

Twelve TLS, one MS, one telegram and retained carbons of twenty-seven business letters, Mainly to A. G. Johnson, H. C. Miller, Ward Smith, and Janney, regarding an Exploration Project for Ely Valley Mines. Five documents dealing with the proposed project and the regulations involved (1950-1953)

Folder 11

Agreements Documents for Ely Valley Mines, Inc. between 1951 and 1952. Lease settlement papers. Five Intra-Company Communication notes (1951-1952)

Box 6

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Seven TLS, twelve MS letters and retained carbons of twenty letters to and from Janney by various people. Several of the letters are about Ely Valley Mines, Inc., and some regarding Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., and Janney's business in Idaho. Ten miscellaneous documents and papers (1953-1955)

Folder 2

Correspondence of B. F. Napheys, Jr. Attorney at Law and John Janney, and a few letters to Francis G. Shaw. Sixteen TLS, twelve MS letters and retained carbons of twenty-five letters regarding legal matters including the cases Putnam vs. Ely Valley Mines, Inc., Putnam vs. Ford, and Ford vs. Cobb-Stringer. This includes a few memoranda and an Affidavit of Richard K. Baker (1952-1956)

Folder 3

Two of A. Hunt's reports on the Crushing Plant, and the Water Supply for the Ely Valley Mill (1944)

Folder 4

Three TLS and retained carbons of two business letters of Morgan G. Heap and John Janney regarding the Ely Valley Mines output. One letter to Jim Hulse from Janney regarding the same (1943-1944)

Folder 5

Thirty-one weekly reports of the Mechanical Department from Charlie Wilson. Two requisitions for supplies. Five TLS to Janney, and Bill For The Encouragement of Mineral Development and Conservation (1948-1949)

Folder 6

Twelve Recommendations of the Quota Committee, two memoranda from J. L. Maury from 1943-1947, and one retained carbon (1943-1947)

Folder 7

Ely Valley Mill Equipment list. One TLS to the War Production Board in Washington D. C., 1944, and a note from Matthews to Janney (1944-1946)

United States. War Production Board
Folder 8

One TLS and retained carbons of four business letters plus retained carbons regarding the request for a road to the Ely Valley Mine. Correspondence between Janney, and State Highway Engineer Robert A. Allen, Assistant State Highway Engineer 2, D. H. Mills, and the State of Nevada Department of Highways (1945)

Folder 9

Engineering Dept. Semi-monthly Progress Report. Six business reports (1949)

Folder 10

Three TL, two of which are signed, and one MS business letter, all dated from 1949-50. Seven weekly reports from the Mechanical Department, 1949. Nine daily reports (1949-1950)

Folder 11

Thirty TL, some signed, fourteen MS letters, one telegram, one sealed envelope, and retained carbons of nine letters. Also a report from April 25, 1955 (1955)

Folder 12

Eleven weekly reports from James Hulse and six from Charlie Wilson to John Janney (1948)

Folder 13

Quotas. One TLS, three telegrams, and retained carbon of three business letters. Application of Ely Valley Mine for Exploration Premiums. Premium Price Plan. Memo on the progress report for November, 1944 (1946-1947)

United States. Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion; United States. War Production Board
Folder 14

Quota lists and addendums for the Ely Valley Mine (1941-1947)

Box 7

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Contract Report for 1948, bound with a metal fastener (1948)

No folder
Folder 2

Operations Report, September 16, 1944 through December 31, 1944, tied together with yarn (1944, Sep. 16-Dec. 31)

Box 8

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Explosives Report, May 1, 1945 through December 31, 1945, tied together with yarn (1945, May 1-Dec. 31)

Folder 2

Daily Explosives Report, January 3, 1950 through December 30, 1950, bound with a metal fastener (1950, Jan. 3-Dec. 30)

Folder 3

Shift Reports, January 2, 1948 through September 30, 1948, bound with a metal fastener (1948, Jan. 2-Sep. 30)

No folder
Box 9

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Purchase Records of supplies, March 23 through October 9, 1945, bound with a metal fastener (1945, Mar. 23-Oct. 9)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine Orders from March 16, 1945 through May 29, 1947, order number 1791-4018. Bound with a metal fastener (1945, Mar. 16-1947, May 29)

No folder
Box 10

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Purchase Records of supplies, December 14, 1943 through December 23, 1944, bound with a metal fastener (1943, Dec. 14-1944, Dec. 23)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine Orders from December 20, 1944 through March 29, 1946, order number 1737-3306. Bound with a metal fastener (1944, Dec. 20-1946, Mar. 29)

No folder
Box 11

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines, Inc. Compensation Record Cards 1949-50. Fastened to the folder (1949-1950)

Folder 2

Operation Expense Reports from January 1, 1943 through May 31, 1943. Oblong sheets are tied together with yarn (1943, Jan. 1-May 31)

No folder
Box 12

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Operation Expense Reports from May 1, 1944 through September 15, 1944. Oblong sheets are tied together with yarn (1944, May 1-Sep. 15)

No folder
Box 13

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mine Orders from June 12, 1948 through November 9, 1948, order 5492 and 5801 (1948, June 12-Nov. 9)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine Orders from November 9, 1948 through August 29, 1950, order number 5801-6454. Bound with a metal fastener (1948, Nov. 9-1950, Aug. 29)

No folder
Box 14

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Fifty-five TLS, five MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-six business letters, exploration Reports of the Ely Valley Mine for February and March 1947, two legal counterclaims, and Janney's Taxpayer statement for Jerome, Idaho (1947)

Folder 2

Four TLS and one retained carbon of a business letter, being correspondence of E. G. Woods and John Janney. A copy of form 1120, United State Corporation Income Tax Return for 1949, and one indenture by E. G. Woods (1949-1950)

Folder 3

Eight TLS, and retained carbons of seventeen business letters, being the correspondence of Ralph C. Halbert, Oil Producer, and John Janney (1950-1956)

Folder 4

Six TLS, one MS, eight telegrams, and retained carbons of two business letters mainly to John Janney from E. L. Nores of Pioche Record Publishing Co. (1949-1950)

Folder 5

Eight cancelled leases from 1950. Document entitled Assignment of Oil and Gas Leases. Four letters from Richard K. Baker to John Janney. A bill of sale from Baker and Williams to the mines. Operating statements: five from 1950, one from 1951, two Operating Income and Expense statements from 1949, and two Source and Disposition of Funds statements for 1949 (1949-1951)

Folder 6

A notice called Appeal For Help To Our Larger Stockholders, eight TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of five miscellaneous business letters, 1949-50 Lincoln County, Nevada Special Tax forms, newspaper clipping from December 26, 1957, one invoice, and an Appraisal of Powerline by John M. Ridges, Engineer (1949-1957)

Folder 7

Seven TLS, seven MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of six business letters two drafts of different legal documents, a memorandum of Janney's loans to Oriental Refining Co., a stock certificate for Plywood Inc., and various receipts (1948)

Folder 8

Twenty-five TLS, six MS, and retained carbons of fifteen business letters, many from John Janney as General Manager of Ely Valley Mines, 1947, and one requisition for supplies (1947)

Folder 9

Three TLS, correspondence of E. G. Woods and John Janney and report of the Dearborn Chemical Company (1945)

Folder 10

One TLS about machinery and a catalogue from Vulcan Hoists (1943)

Folder 11

Notes, reports, graphs, and maps on Ely Valley Mine, and a Budget Requirement Balance from 1943, and one mechanical report (1943-1948)

Folder 12

Two TLS, four MS, and retained carbons of eighteen business letters from various people including Richard K. Baker, Janney, Samuel W. Ford, Richard E. Dwight, and Pat English, regarding the mines, accounts, and law suits (1943)

Folder 13

Two TLS, five MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of thirteen business letters that are the correspondence of Jim Hulse, 1943, and some notes on the mine (1942-1943)

Folder 14

Five TLS, three MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of thirty-four business letters, mainly correspondence of John Janney and stockholders or others involved in Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. or Ely Valley Mines, 1942, and a report of the Virginia Shareholders Committee (1942)

Box 15

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Diamond Drill Hole notes and graphs (1943)

Folder 2

Estimated requirements/budget for November and October, 1942. Five MS letters to Janney with cross sections and sketches, and notes on the mine (1942)

Folder 3

Twenty-six TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons of ten business letters which are mainly the correspondence of Alfred Hunt and John Janney (1942)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mine Progress Reports for May, July, August, September, November, December, 1942, and January 1943 (1942-1943)

Folder 5

Sixteen maps and charts of the Ely Valley Mine. One memo from 1942. One invoice for secretarial services and two TLS to John Janney (1932-1942)

Folder 6

Daily reports for October 1-8, 1948, an unused Accident Benefit Contract, Operating Income and Expense Statement for January, 1948, Samuel W. Ford, trustee Balance Sheet for June 30, 1947, miscellaneous papers (1947-1948)

Folder 7

Laid in are two retained carbons and one TLS, and a Title 32 National Defense statement. Bound are one cover letter and an Ely Valley Mine Operating Statement from 1948 (1947-1948)

United States. Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion
Folder 8

Report of A Program of Group Insurance Especially Designed For Ely Valley Mine (1948, Aug. 4)

Folder 9

Three copies of Form 21 Nevada Industrial Commission Employer's Report of Accident to Employee [undated]

Folder 10

Two TLS, eight MS, and retained carbons of ten letters, a shipment list, pages 961-92 from a law book containing the case Lesnik v Public Industrial Corporation, notes on the law suit Fidelity Philadelphia vs. Pioche Mines Consolidate, Inc., and an operation statement for January, 1948 (1944-1948)

Folder 11

Sixteen TLS, nine MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of twenty-one miscellaneous letters, 1948, a copy of a Deed, and a repair estimate for equipment (1947-1948)

Folder 12

Thirty-five TLS, eight MS, and retained carbons of ten miscellaneous business letters (1948)

Box 16

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Truck Operation Reports from January 3, 1950 through December 30, 1950, oblong sheets in metal fastener (1950, Jan. 3-Dec. 30)

Folder 2

Truck Operation Reports from August 7, 1943 through March 30, 1944, oblong sheets not fastened (1943, Aug.-Oct.)

Folder 3

Truck Operation Reports from November 1, 1943 through December 31, 1944, oblong sheets not fastened (1943, Nov.-Dec.)

Folder 4

Truck Operation Reports from January 1 through February 29, oblong sheets not fastened (1944-Jan.-Feb)

Folder 5

Truck Operation Reports from March 1944, oblong sheets not fastened (1944, Mar.)

Box 17

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Truck Operation Reports from May 1, 1945 through December 31, 1945, oblong sheets tied with yarn (1945, May 1-Dec.)

No folder
Folder 2

Daily Timber Reports from April 21 through December 31, 1942, oblong sheets, not fastened (1942, Apr.-Dec.)

Folder 3

Daily Timber Reports from January 1 through May 31, 1943, oblong sheets, not fastened (1943, Jan.-May)

Folder 4

Daily Timber Reports from June 1 through December 31, 1943, oblong sheets, not fastened (1943, June-Dec.)

Folder 5

Daily Timber Reports from January 1 through February 29, 1944, oblong sheets, not fastened (1944, Jan.-Feb.)

Folder 6

Daily Timber Reports from January 3, 1950 through December 30, 1950, oblong sheets in metal fastener (1950, Jan.-Dec.)

Box 18

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Drill Reports from October 21, 1940 through February 14, 1944, tied together with yarn (1940, Oct.21-1944, Feb. 14)

No folder
Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine Certificate of Assay from January 3, 1947 through January 2, 1948, bound with a metal fastener (1947, Jan. 3-1948, Jan. 2)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines, Inc, Assay office Certificates of Assay from January 3, 1950 through December 29, 1951 bound with a metal fastener (1950, Jan. 3-1951, Dec. 29)

Box 19

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mine Certificate of Assay from January 3, 1944 through January 2, 1945, bound with a metal fastener (1944, Jan. 3-1945, Jan. 2)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine Certificate of Assay from January 5, 1945 through December 31, 1945, tied with a shoestring (1945, Jan. 5-Dec. 31)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mine Certificate of Assay from January 2, 1946 through January 2, 1947, tied with a shoestring (1946, Jan. 2-1947, Jan. 2)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mine Certificate of Assay from January 4, 1949 through January 3, 1950, bound with a metal fastener (1949, Jan. 4-1950, Jan. 3)

Box 20

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mine Certificate of Assay from January 2, 1950 through December 29, 1950, bound with a metal fastener (1950, Jan. 2-Dec. 29)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines, Inc. Assay Office Certificate of Assay from January 2, 1952 through December 3, 1952, bound with a metal fastener (1952, Jan. 2-Dec. 3)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mill Assays by the Pioche Assay Office from January 25, 1940 through January 19, 1942, tied with yarn into a wrapper (1940, Jan. 25-1942, Jan. 19)

Folder 4

One TLS, five MS, one photocopied letter, and retained carbons of seven business letters either to, from, or regarding Lawrence R. Lee. (1936-1947)

Folder 5

Retained carbons of two business letters to Black Rock Mining Co., of Tempiute, Nevada (1953)

Folder 6

Balance sheets for June 30, 1952, Statement of Ely Valley property, and Active Leases listing (1952-1953)

Folder 7

Manch's Electric Mule Proposal in a yellow folder from Mancha Storage Battery Locomotive (1953)

Folder 8

Retained carbons of three letters and three telegrams to William C. Alsover of the Peoples National Bank in Grand Rapids, MI (1952)

Folder 9

Wasatch Reduction Company, Inc. Report on Ely Valley Manganese Metallurgy, March 1, 1952. Report is made by Roger Dering (1952, Mar. 1)

Manganese ores
Box 21

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Manganese Ore. An Agreement between Ely Valley Mines and Roger Dering regarding operation of the mill. Eight business letters. Different papers on Manganese Ore including a report on Manganese development from Bruce Condi, and engineer (1951-1952)

Manganese ores
Folder 2

The Callahan Law Suit. Two TLS, one MS, and one retained carbon of a business letter. All are regarding the case. Twenty-four pages of notes on legal pad paper regarding Callahan Lead-Zinc vs. Ely Valley, a typed document entitled Ely Valley Claims Against Callahan, and a typed General Overall Statement on the case, and a description of the disagreement (1952-1953)

Folder 3

Five inter-company telegrams, two TLS regarding a diamond drilling project, 1945-46. Engineering and Diamond Drilling Reports, eight total reports from 1951-52. An inventory from August 1952. One operation Statement, three other financial sheets and two lists of Active Leases. A blank Accident Benefit Contract (1945-1953)

Folder 4

Nine TLS, six MS, one telegram, three intra-company communications, and retained carbons of six business letters, all regarding Ely Valley expenses and a case against Callahan Zinc-Lead Company, 1952. A Lease Agreement for March, 1951, two Operating Statements, and a lab analysis of a mine sample (1951-1953)

Folder 5

Engineering Department Report for October, 1951. Progress Report for June, 1951. Minutes for three meeting of the Board of Directors, 1954. Two retained carbons of business letters, an Amendment to an Exploration Project Contract, and account records (1951-1957)

Folder 6

Memorandum about a loan to Ely Valley Mines from Shattuck Denn Mining Corporation, a conclusion on the 1940 Dolman Case, a copy of a transcript of the original Articles of Incorporation of Ely Valley Mines, Inc. by John Koontz, Secretary of State of the State of Nevada, an Inception by Samuel W. Ford, 1948, and one tax receipt (1948-1953)

Folder 7

Ely Valley Requisitions for Supplies for December 7, 1948 to August 31, 1950, bound in a metal fastener (1948, Dec. 7-1950, Aug. 31)

No folder
Box 22

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Report from May 1, 1944 through September 30, 1944, tied together with string (1944, May 1-Sep. 30)

No folder
Folder 2

Truck Operation Reports from May 14, 1942 through July 31, 1943, 8.5" x 13" sheets tied with yarn (1942, May 14-1943, July 31)

No folder
Box 23

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from March 16, 1945 through December 30, 1945, 8.5" x 13" sheets tied together with yarn (1945, Mar. 16-Dec. 30)

No folder
Box 24

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Shift Reports from April 1, 1942 through December 31, 1942, tied together with twine (1942, Apr. 1-Dec. 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Orders for Supplies from April 2, 1943 through December 31, 1943, order numbers 392-928, tied together with string (1943, Apr. 2-Dec. 31)

No folder
Folder 3

Daily Drill Reports from November 2, 1944 through June 9, 1944, paper-clipped together (1944, Nov. 2-June 9)

Folder 4

Shift Reports from February 4 through 28, 1945, bound with a metal fastener (1945, Feb. 4-28)

Box 25

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Orders for Supplies dated from December 3, 1938 through April 5, 1942, numbers 1-148, tied together with string (1938, Dec. 3-1942, Apr. 5)

Folder 2

Requisition for Supplies Forms from July 16, 1945 through May 8, 1946, bound in a metal fastener (1945, July 16-1946, May 8)

No folder
Folder 3

Requisition for Supplies Forms from November 1, 1951 through December 15, 1955, bound in a metal fastener (1951, Nov. 1-1955, Dec. 15)

No folder
Box 26

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Shift Reports from July 1, 1943 through December 31, 1943, tied together with string (1943, July 1-Dec. 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Shift Reports from January 1, 1944 through June 30, 1944, tied together with twine (1944, Jan. 1-June 30)

No folder
Folder 3

Shift Reports from July 1, 1944 through December 31, 1944, tied together with yarn (1944, July 1-Dec. 31)

No folder
Box 27

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Shift Reports from January 1, 1943 through June 30, 1943, tied together with twine (1943, Jan. 1-June 30)

No folder
Folder 2

Foreman's Daily Reports from April 1, 1942 through June 30, 1942, not bound (1942, Apr.-June)

Folder 3

Foreman's Daily Reports from July 1, 1942 through August 31, 1942, not bound (1942, July-Aug.)

Box 28

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from September 1, 1942 through November 30, 1942, not bound (1942, Sep.-Nov.)

Folder 2

Foreman's Daily Reports from December 1, 1942 through February 28, 1943, not bound (1942, Dec.-1943, Feb.)

Folder 3

Foreman's Daily Reports from March 1, 1943 through April 30, 1943, not bound (1943, Mar.-Apr.)

Box 29

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Timber Reports from January 3, 1946 through December 30, 1946, tied together with a shoestring (1946, Jan. 3-Dec. 30)

Folder 2

Daily Timber Reports from January 1, 1949 through December 31, 1949, bound with a metal fastener (1949, Jan. 1-Dec. 31)

Folder 3

Foreman's Daily Reports from May 1, 1952 through December 31, 1952, bound in a metal fastener (1952, May 1-Dec. 31)

No folder
Box 30

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from January 1, 1946 through May 31, 1946, tied together with string (1946, Jan.-May 31)

No folder
Box 31

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Timber Reports from March 3, 1944 through December 30, 1945, tied together with string (1944, Mar. 3-1945, Dec. 30)

No folder
Box 32

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from August 1, 1947 through December 31, 1947, bound with a metal fastener (1947, Aug. 1-Dec. 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Daily Timber Reports from January through December, 1957, bound in a metal fastener (1947, Jan. 2-Dec. 31)

No folder
Box 33

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from December 9, 1943 through January 31, 1944, not bound (1943, Dec. 9-1944, Jan.)

Folder 2

Foreman's Daily Reports from February 1, 1944 through March 31, 1944, not bound (1944, Feb.-Mar.)

Folder 3

Foreman's Daily Reports from April 1944, not bound (1944, Apr.)

Folder 4

Daily Explosives Reports from January 1, 1946 through December 29, 1946, tied together with a shoestring (1946, Jan. 1-Dec. 29)

Box 34

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Explosives Reports from October 1, 1943 through April 30, 1945 tied together with string (1943, Oct. 1-1945, Apr. 30)

No folder
Folder 2

Daily Explosives Reports from January 1, 1947 through December 31, 1947, bound in a metal fastener (1947, Jan. 1-Dec. 31)

Box 35

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from January 2, 1949 through January 31, 1949 (a) (1949, Jan. 2-31)

Folder 2

Foreman's Daily Reports from February 1, 1949 through February 28, 1949 (b) (1949, Feb. 1-28)

Folder 3

Foreman's Daily Reports from March 1, 1949 through March 31, 1949 (c) (1949, Mar. 1-31)

Folder 4

Daily Timber Reports from September 25, 1952 through December 31, 1952, bound in a metal fastener (1952, Sep. 25-Dec. 31)

No folder
Box 36

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Timber Reports from January through May, 1957, four sheets bound in metal fastener (1957, Jan.-May)

Folder 2

Daily Stores Report from January 1, 1949 through August 8, 1950, bound in a metal fastener, only fourteen sheets (1949, Jan. 1-1950, Aug. 8)

Folder 3

Foreman's Daily Reports from January 1st through December 31, 1957, bound with a metal fastener (1957, Jan. 1-Dec. 31)

Folder 4

Daily Timber Reports from 1954, thirty-seven pages bound with a metal fastener (1954)

Folder 5

Daily Timber Reports from January 6, 1955 through December 9, 1955, twenty-four pages bound with a metal fastener (1955, Jan. 6-Dec.9)

Folder 6

Daily Timber Reports from various dates in 1956, twenty pages bound with a metal fastener (1956)

Folder 7

Daily Stores Reports from January 8, 1947 through December 31, 1947, bound with a metal fastener (1947, Jan. 8-Dec. 31)

Folder 8

Employee Time Sheets, three pages for June, 1957, bound in a metal fastener (1957)

Folder 9

Foreman's Daily Reports from January 2, 1952 through April 30, 1952, bound in a metal fastener (1952, Jan. 2-Apr.30)

No folder
Box 37

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from November 1, 1948 through December 31, 1948, bound in a metal fastener (1948, Nov. 1-Dec. 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Foreman's Daily Reports from August 1, 1949 through December 31, 1949, bound in a metal fastener (1948, Aug. 1-Dec. 31)

No folder
Box 38

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Semi-Monthly Time Cards from various employees (1944, Jan.)

Folder 2

Semi-Monthly Time Cards from various employees (1944, Feb.)

Folder 3

Semi-Monthly Time Cards from various employees (1944, Mar.)

Folder 4

Semi-Monthly Time Cards from various employees (1944, Apr.)

Box 39

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Semi-Monthly Time Cards from various employees (1944, May)

Folder 2

Requisition for Supplies forms from May 9, 1946 through April 30, 1947, bound with a metal fastener (1946, May 9-1947, Apr. 30)

No folder
Box 40

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Requisition for Supplies forms from February 1, 1938 through January 10, 1943, tied with string (1938, Feb. 1-1943, Jan. 10)

Folder 2

Requisition for Supplies forms from July 2, 1944 through November 28, 1944, not bound (1944, July-Nov.)

Folder 3

Requisition for Supplies forms from December 1, 1944 through February 28, 1945, not bound (1944, Dec.-1945, Feb.)

Box 41

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Requisition for Supplies forms from August 1943 through November 1943, not bound (1943, Aug.-Nov.)

Folder 2

Requisition for Supplies forms from December 1943 through February 1944, not bound (1943, Dec.-1944,Feb.)

Folder 3

Requisition for Supplies forms from March 1944 through June 1944, not bound (1944, Mar.-June)

Folder 4

Requisition for Supplies forms from March 1945 through August 1945, not bound (1945, Mar.-Aug.)

Box 42

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Stores Report from January 15, 1948 through December 6, 1948, bound with a metal fastener (1948, Jan. 15-Dec. 6)

Folder 2

Daily Timber Reports from January 3, 1953 through December 1953, Daily Explosives Reports from January 5, 1953 through December 1953, and Daily Stores Reports from March 16, 1953 through August 1953, all bound with a metal fastener (1953)

Folder 3

Compensation Record Cards from 1951-52, bound in a metal fastener (1951-1952)

Folder 4

Compensation Record Cards from 1953-54, bound in a metal fastener (1953-1954)

Folder 5

Daily Explosives Reports from April 1942 through September 1942, not bound (1942, Apr.-Sep.)

Folder 6

Daily Explosives Reports from October 1942 through April 1943, not bound (1942, Oct.-1943, Apr.)

Folder 7

Daily Explosives Reports from May 1943 through September 1943, not bound (1943, May-Sep.)

Box 43

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Two blank sheets of Ely Valley Mines Company Employee's Record of Earnings [undated]

Folder 2

Twenty-one TLS, seven MS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of sixty five letters regarding legal matters in the Fidelity-Philadelphia Case against Ely Valley and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., and one signed legal document on the case (1950-1953)

Folder 3

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, Jan.)

Folder 4

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, Feb.)

Folder 5

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, Mar.)

Folder 6

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, Apr.)

Folder 7

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, May)

Box 44

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, June)

Folder 2

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, July)

Folder 3

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, Aug.)

Folder 4

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, Sep.)

Box 45

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, Oct.)

Folder 2

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1943, Nov.)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Certificates of Assay from January 5, 1948 through January 3, 1949, bound in a metal fastener (1948, Jan. 5-1949, Jan. 3)

Folder 4

Supply Orders number 5549-A through 5870-E, from September 18, 1937 through December 15, 1939, not bound (1937, Sep. 18-1939, Dec. 15)

Box 46

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Jan.)

Folder 2

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Feb.)

Folder 3

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Mar.)

Folder 4

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Apr.)

Folder 5

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, May)

Box 47

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, June)

Folder 2

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, June)

Folder 3

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, July)

Folder 4

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, July)

Folder 5

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Aug.)

Box 48

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Aug.)

Folder 2

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Sep.)

Folder 3

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Sep.)

Folder 4

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Oct.)

Folder 5

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Oct.)

Box 49

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Nov.)

Folder 2

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Nov.)

Folder 3

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Dec.)

Folder 4

Semi-Monthly Time Cards for various employees (1948, Dec.)

Box 50

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Bureau of Mines: Fourteen TLS and retained carbons of twenty-three letters, and three brochures of new publications from the Bureau of Mines (1944-1953)

United States. War Production Board; United States. Bureau of Mines
Folder 2

Original MS Monthly Progress Reports for February 1943 through April, 1945 (1943, Feb.-1945, Apr.)

Folder 3

Four TLS and retained carbons of five letters that are correspondence with Reconstruction Finance Corp. regarding the Exploration Project (1946-1949)

Mining law—United States
Folder 4

Three TLS, retained carbons of ten letters, correspondence with E. H. Snyder at Combined Metals Reduction Co., and John Janney (1944-1956)

Folder 5

One TLS, twenty-two MS, and retained carbons of twenty-one letters, all correspondence of R K. Baker and John Janney (1954-1957)

Folder 6

Progress Reports for May, June, and December, 1943 (1943, May, June, and Dec.)

Folder 7

Progress Reports for March through November, 1942, one retained carbon of a letter, four maps, two sketches, and two pages of MS notes (1942, Mar.-Nov.)

Folder 8

Combined Metals Reduction Company Mill settlements 1-50 and shipping statements, and four signed and notarized Affidavits of Miner Relative to Silver Mined (1942-1943)

Folder 9

Combined Metals Reduction Company Mill settlements 51-100 and shipping receipts (1943-1944)

Folder 10

Combined Metals Reduction Company Mill settlements 101-152, and shipping receipts (1944)

Folder 11

Progress Reports for January, 1944, and March through December, 1944 (1944)

Box 51

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Weekly Reports from December, 1942 through May 23, 1943, typed and MS copies (1942, Dec.-1943, May)

Folder 2

Two pages of MS notes [undated]

Folder 3

Three MS pages of notes on the development of the Main Bed [1943]

Folder 4

Foreman's Daily Reports from May 1943 through June 1943, unbound, oblong sheets (1943, May-June)

Folder 5

Foreman's Daily Reports from July 1943 through August 1943, unbound, oblong sheets (1943, July-Aug.)

Folder 6

Foreman's Daily Reports from September 1943 through October 1943, unbound, oblong sheets (1943, Sep.-Oct.)

Folder 7

Foreman's Daily Reports from November 1943, unbound, oblong sheets (1943, Nov.)

Folder 8

Daily Reports from November 2, 1951 through December 31, 1951, oblong sheets bound in a metal fastener (1951, Nov. 2-Dec. 31)

Box 52

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Recapitulation sheets and Employee Contracts from January 15, 1949 through March 31, 1949, oversized sheets bound in a metal fastener (1949, Jan. 15-Mar. 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Recapitulation sheets and Employee Contracts from April 11, 1949 through July 15, 1949, oversized sheets bound in a metal fastener (1949, Apr. 11-July 15)

No folder
Box 53

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Recapitulation sheets and Employee Contracts from June 14, 1948 through October 31, 1948, oversized sheets bound in a metal fastener (1948, June 14-Oct. 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Progress Reports from January through June, 1943, and twelve maps of the mine area, for each month (1943, Jan.-June)

Folder 3

Mill Production Estimates, Average Values, and Mill Weights (1945-1946)

Box 54

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Five TLS, four telegrams, retained carbons of four letters, memos and account summaries from Samuels and Franklin Contractors, and a signed copy of a Construction Contract (1944-1945)

Folder 2

Monthly Progress Reports, typed, January through December, 1945, MS May through December, 1945 (1945)

Folder 3

Nine TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons of twenty-one letters, the correspondence of George H. Soule, Jr. And John Janney (1947-1951)

Mining law—United States; Premium Price Plan
Folder 4

Six TLS, sixty-one MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of forty-three letters, the correspondence of Arch Milner and John Janney (1945-1949)

Utah Iron Ore Corporation
Folder 5

Combined Metals Reduction Company, Mill settlements 153-237, and shipping receipts, January 1945-January, 1946 (1945, Jan.-1946, Jan.)

Folder 6

Combined Metals Reduction Company, Mill settlements 238-316, and shipping receipts, January 1946 to January, 1947 (1946, Jan.-1947, Jan.)

Folder 7

Combined Metals Reduction Company, Mill settlements 317-401, for January 1947 to February 5, 1948, and shipping receipts (1947, Jan.-1948, Feb. 5)

Box 55

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Monthly Progress Reports from January through December 1947 and 1946, TS, and MS for all of 1947 (1946-1947)

Folder 2

Nine TLS, three retained carbons of letters, three catalogues, and three quotations with graphs and sketches regarding the supply of pumps to the mine (1945-1950)

Folder 3

Monthly Progress Reports MS and TS from January 1948 through January 1949, and June 1949, also TS of March 1949 (1948-1949, June)

Folder 4

State Highway Engineer correspondence. Two TLS, retained carbons of seven letters, and two maps of highways near Pioche (1947-1950)

Folder 5

Eleven TLS, twelve MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of eleven letters, two reports from the Engineering Dept., and Sinter Test Results (1951)

Folder 6

Farm Bureau Oil Company, one TLS, two retained carbons, and four canceled checks (1951-1952)

Folder 7

Nine TLS, six typed letters, nine MS, retained carbons of two letters, from Bruce Condie and Sherm, an Employer's Tax Return, one Engineering Dept. report (1951-1954)

Folder 8

Roger Dering Contract: An Agreement, four TLS, two retained carbons, and Wasatch Reduction Company Ore Reports, 1952, and one bank statement (1951-1957)

Folder 9

Cyprus Mines Corporation: Eight TLS, retained carbons of six letters, and a copy of a Lease and Option Agreement (1953-1955)

Folder 10

Multiple retained carbons of "Certified Copy of Resolutions of the Board of Directors, April, 1961," two signed Proof of Labor statements, a receipt, two TLS, one MS, and one retained carbon of a letter (1961-1966)

Folder 11

Printed balance sheet, four TLS, three retained carbons all correspondence with Cate Equipment Company, a signed Bill of Sale, and a signed notice of a Board of Directors Meeting (1956-1958)

Folder 12

Shenon and Full Mining Geologists: Three TLS, and one retained carbon (1957)

Folder 13

Two TLS, and one retained carbon of correspondence with Samual S. Arentz (1956-1957)

Folder 14

Six TLS, nine TL, three MS, and three retained carbons, all correspondence of Sherm, Bruce Condia, and John Janney (1955-1958)

Box 56

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Typed Minutes of a Special Meeting of Stockholders Ely Valley Mines, Inc., held November 20, 1957, 240pp, bound with a metal fastener (1957, Nov. 20)

Folder 2

Balance Sheets for June 1957, and 1955-56 (1955-1957)

Folder 3

Nevada Unemployment Compensation Employer's Quarterly forms, Wage Lists, Federal Tax Returns, and claims sheets (1954-1961)

Folder 4

Five TLS, six MS, one telegram, retained carbon of one letter, a report from Idaho, three printed items for stockholders in various companies (1928-1952)

Folder 5

Retained carbons of fifty-one letters from T. David Horton, and miscellaneous legal statements and copies of documents from the Dolman case (1965)

Folder 6

About one-hundred and fifty retained carbons of letters from John Janney, 1965, and several legal memos, and statements (1965)

Box 57

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Nevada Unemployment Compensation Services: One Bill of Complaint, and copies of letter evidence, Employer's Quarterly forms, wage lists, initial claims, and Statement of Products forms (1954-1956)

Folder 2

Five TLS, three MS, retained carbons of fifteen letters, one memo, a brochure and Purchase Terms from Fairbanks-Morse, a drawing of a Stove near Filter System by Callahan Zinc Lead Co., retained carbons of, the Callahan Claim, the Introduction, and the Answer of Defendant John Janney (1951-1958)

Folder 3

Forty-nine MS personal letters and one postcard from Alice Janney to her husband, John Janney, many discuss business at Ely Valley Mines (1961-1963)

Folder 4

Twenty-three TL many signed, seventeen MS, one telegram, three retained carbons, and two postcards. Janney's personal letters and letters regarding business and production at the mine (1955)

Box 58

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Truck Operation Reports. September 14, 1944 through April, 30, 1945. Sheets tied together (1944, Sep.-1945, Apr.)

No folder
Box 59

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company blank Payroll checks. Tied inside brown wrapping paper (1945-1946)

No folder
Folder 2

Blank Daily Stores reports [undated]

Folder 3

Blank Stock Ledger forms [undated]

Folder 4

Blank Foreman's Daily Report Forms [undated]

Box 60

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Supply Order Records, nos. 5707-B through 5729-B, December, 1937 through January, 1938 (1937, Dec.-1938, Jan.)

Folder 2

Weekly Truck Records, 1946. Three TLS and two retained carbons of letters regarding trucks (1944-1946)

Folder 3

Daily Drill Reports, January 4, 1946 through December 31, 1948, bound by a metal fastener (1946, Jan.-1948, Dec.)

No folder
Box 61

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Supply Order Records Nos. 3415-5490, June, 1946- June 1948. Bound by a metal fastener (1946, June-1948, June)

One page in a folder, the remainder of the item bound in with a metal fastener
Folder 2

Blank company stationery [undated]

Folder 3

Blank Payroll check sheets [undated]

Folder 4

Blank Weekly Truck Record forms [undated]

Folder 5

Blank Compensation Record sheets [undated]

Box 62

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Shift Reports from January through December, 1945, tied sheets (1945)

One page in a folder, the remainder of the item tied
Box 63

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Shift Reports from January 1, 1946 through January 1, 1947. Tied sheets (1946, Jan.-1947, Jan.)

Box 64

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Shift Reports for 1947. Tied yellow sheets (1947)

No folder
Box 65

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Shift Reports from October 1, through December 31, 1948. Sheets bound by metal fastener (1948, Oct.-Dec.)

Folder 2

Earnings Record Payrolls Payable Subsiding, 1943-44, bound by a metal fastener, yellow sheets (1943-1944)

No folder
Box 66

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Weekly Truck Records 1944-46. Pink sheets (1944-1946)

Folder 2

Truck Operation Reports from August 1, 1947 through December 31, 1947. Oblong white sheets, bound by a metal fastener (1947, Aug. 1-Dec. 31)

No folder
Folder 3

Daily Stores Reports from April 27, 1942 through December 29, 1945. Tied oblong yellow sheets (1942, Apr.-Dec.)

No folder
Box 67

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Shift Reports from January 1951 through March 1951. Sheets bound by a metal fastener (1951, Jan.-Mar.)

Folder 2

Shift Reports from April 1951 through June 31, 1951. Sheets bound by a metal fastener (1951, Apr.-June)

Folder 3

TLS regarding the Estimate of Ore Reserves. With a general section of Ely Valley Mine Looking S. 50 degrees E., and a large plan entitled, "Sketch: 500-600 Levels" (1943)

Folder 4

Eight TLS, two MS, Progress Report, three intra-company notes, one form letter, a postcard, and two copies of a Mining Deed (1949-1950)

Folder 5

Invoices and receipts of purchases (1920-1951)

Box 68

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Medical Examination of Applicant for Employment forms. Organized alphabetically by the applicant's name [A-F] (1946-1947)

Folder 2

Medical Examination of Applicant for Employment forms. Organized alphabetically by the applicant's name [G-O] (1946-1947)

Folder 3

Medical Examination of Applicant for Employment forms. Organized alphabetically by the applicant's name [P-Z] (1946-1947)

Folder 4

Form to save money from Payroll check. Unused Employee reports (1951)

Box 69

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

A-Z Record cards of purchases for the Mine [A-G] (1946-1950)

Folder 2

A-Z Record cards of purchases for the Mine [H-R] (1946-1950)

Folder 3

A-Z Record cards of purchases for the Mine [S-Z] (1946-1950)

Box 70

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Weekly Truck Record for Truck #13 (1946, Feb.-Dec.)

Folder 2

Shift Reports from October 1, 1949 through November 30, 1949 (1949, Oct.-Nov.)

Folder 3

Shift Reports from January 2, 1949 through April 16, 1949. Sheets bound by a metal fastener (1949, Jan.-Apr.)

Folder 4

[Purchase Records of supplies] #5624-B (1927, Nov. 12)

Folder 5

Shift Reports from June 1, 1951 through December 29, 1951. Sheets bound by a metal fastener (1951, June-Dec.)

No folder
Box 71

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Shift Reports from January 1, 1949 through December 31, 1949. Sheets bound by a metal fastener (1949, Jan.-Dec.)

No folder
Folder 2

Requisition for Supplies forms, 1947-1948. Sheets bound by a metal fastener (1947-1948)

No folder
Box 72

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Timber Reports from January 5, 1948 through December 31, 1948. Oblong sheets bound by a metal fastener (1948, Jan.-Dec.)

No folder
Folder 2

Foreman's Daily Reports from January 1, 1948 through June 30, 1948. Oblong sheets bound by a metal fastener (1948, Jan.-June)

No folder
Box 73

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from January 1, 1951 through May 31, 1951. Oblong sheets bound by a metal fastener (1951, Jan.-May)

No folder
Folder 2

Requisition for Supplies forms, 1943. Tied with string (1943)

No folder
Box 74

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Shift Reports from July 1, 1947 through December 31, 1947. Bound by a metal fastener (1947, July-Dec.)

No folder
Folder 2

Daily Drill Reports from May 11, 1944 through December 30, 1945. Tied with a shoestring (1944, May-Dec.)

No folder
Box 75

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from January 1, 1947 through April 23, 1947. Oblong sheets, tied (1947, Jan.-Apr.)

No folder
Folder 2

Timber Reports for 1952-54. Oblong yellow sheets (1952-1954)

Folder 3

Daily Labor Reports for 1951. Oblong yellow sheets (1951)

Folder 4

Explosives Reports for 1951. Oblong yellow sheets (1951)

Box 76

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Payroll check receipts, 1942. Organized by employee. Several hundreds of slips [A] (1942)

Folder 2

Payroll check receipts, 1942. Organized by employee. Several hundreds of slips [B-C] (1942)

Folder 3

Payroll check receipts, 1942. Organized by employee. Several hundreds of slips [D-E] (1942)

Folder 4

Payroll check receipts, 1942. Organized by employee. Several hundreds of slips [F-H] (1942)

Box 77

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Payroll check receipts, 1942. Organized by employee. Several hundreds of slips [J-L] (1942)

Folder 2

Payroll check receipts, 1942. Organized by employee. Several hundreds of slips [M-Q] (1942)

Folder 3

Payroll check receipts, 1942. Organized by employee. Several hundreds of slips [R-S] (1942)

Folder 4

Payroll check receipts, 1942. Organized by employee. Several hundreds of slips [T-Y] (1942)

Box 78

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

MS notes and sketches, including original of June 1943 Progress Report, a Sta. #2 Map. Also a notebook with notes on Diamond Drill Holes (1943)

Folder 2

Supply Order Records for 1947, Recapitulation forms for 1953, and Truck Scales Forms. Sheets bound by a metal fastener (1947-1953)

Folder 3

Diamond Drill Hole Reports, signed by Bruce Condie and each with a map, for hole Nos: 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165 (1948)

Folder 4

Map of 600 Level Section thru S. E. Exp. #5 Drift; Map of Shaft No. 2 Section thru Caved Area; Plan of 900 Spill Pocket Timber Details for Slide; Operating Statement for 1947; yellow account sheets; January 1945 Progress Report; two Engineering Dept. Reports, April-May, 1948; three TLS (1945-1948)

Folder 5

Progress Map 500-600 Levels: August 1, 1944 C-1 and C-2; September 1, 1944 C-1 and C-2; October 1, 1944; November 1, 1944 (1944, Aug.-Nov.)

Folder 6

Cross Section Map, 1943 (1943)

Folder 7

600 Level Map and a 400 Level Sta. #2 Level Map (1943)

Folder 8

Progress Reports with Maps (plans): July, 1943 with Sta. #2 Level plan; August, 1943 with 500-600 Levels plan; September 1943 with Sta. #2 Level plan and 500-600 Level Brunton Survey; October 1943 with M-X (600) Level and M-Y (500) Level Survey, and Sta. #2 (400) Level plan; November 1943 with 500-600 Level plan; December 1943 with 500-600 Level Plan (1943)

Folder 9

Ely Valley Mines Maps and Plans: 500-Level, 3/1/44; 500-600 Level, February, 1944; 600-Level, 3/1/44; 500 and 600 Levels, April 1, 1944; 500-600 Level, 5/1/44; 400 Level 4/1/44; E W Working Map Levels 500-600, July 1, 1944 C-1 and C-2; 400 Level, 3/1/44 (1944)

Box 79

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Lease Settlement and other Records. Oblong, yellow, folio sheets (1951, Jan.-May)

Folder 2

Lease Settlement and other Records. Oblong, yellow, folio sheets (1951, June-July)

Folder 3

Lease Settlement and other Records. Oblong, yellow, folio sheets (1952, Jan.-June)

Folder 4

Foreman's Daily Reports for all of 1953. Oblong sheets clipped with a metal fastener (1953)

Folder 5

Foreman's Daily Report from January 15 1954 through December 31, 1954. Oblong sheets clipped by a metal fastener (1954)

Folder 6

Foreman's Daily Report from January 1,1955 through December 31, 1955. Oblong sheets clipped with a metal fastener (1955)

Box 80

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from January 1, through December 31, 1956. Oblong sheets clipped with a metal fastener (1956)

Folder 2

Account Records sheets for Richard K. Baker, Exploration Syndicate, and Advances by Stockholders, 1928-44. Oblong, yellow sheets (1928-1944)

Folder 3

Recapitulation Form and Contracts dated November 8, through December 31, 1948. Oblong sheets (1948, Nov.-Dec.)

No folder
Box 81

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

H.R. Bill 8221 (1950)

Mining law—United States
Folder 2

District National Bank, deposit slips, checks, and notices. Miscellaneous business correspondence (1926-1932)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; supplies, District National Bank, and bulletins (1930-1931)

Folder 4

District National Bank letters (2) and notice (1932)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; A. C. Milner, Alfred Hunt, George H. Garrey, and bondholders (1930)

Folder 6

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Walker Brothers Bankers vs. John Janney, Stevens, Henderson, Noland and Noland (1930-1931)

Folder 7

W. W. Grubbs correspondence (1931)

Folder 8

Correspondence of M. H. McIntyre, Theodore G. Joslin, Key Pittman, Frank W. Smith, W. J. Moore, and clipping (1932-1933)

Economic stabilization; Silver
Box 82

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Correspondence of District National Bank, John Janney, Hamilton National Bank, and W. W. Grubbs (1933-1936)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Bristol Silver Mines Company (1936-1943)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Grubbs, Dan J. Ronnow, and Lincoln County Power District No. 1 (1937-1939)

Folder 4

E. G. Woods correspondence; Telegrams and insurance policies (1937-1942)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; C. L. Harrison and Alfred Hunt. Daly East Vein Assay map, Big Quartz Vein map, and sketch (1938-1939)

Folder 6

Correspondence of P. L and P. T. Stevens and John Janney; Information to close accounts (1938-1939)

Folder 7

Correspondence of Theodore E. Brown and John Janney (1938-1943)

Folder 8

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; photographs, estimates for budget, balance sheet, data taken from audit report (1939)

Box 83

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Correspondence primarily Alfred Hunt and John Janney (1940-1941)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; shift reports, Metallurgical Report, lease and agreement, and Operating Income and Expense statements (1941-1951)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; sketches, progress reports, recommendations and notes (1942-1950)

United States. War Production Board
Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Senate Bills and Mining Deed (1942-1951)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Mechanical department, Sketch of Workings to South-East, timber installation, and Operating Income and Expense statements (1942-1951)

United States. War Production Board
Box 84

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Proposed Development from 960' Level, Jim Hults and others (1947)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Engineering Dept. progress reports and Diamond Drill Holes – 600 level (1948)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Mechanical and engineering department (1949)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Purchase and Sales, Cornish and Cornish, Agreement, and clippings (1949)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Worthington Pump and Machinery Corp. (1949-1950)

Folder 6

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; electrical dept. inventory, press release, and lease agreement (1950-1953)

Folder 7

Ely Valley Mines business correspondence; Notes, clippings, lease and agreements (1951-1954)

Box 85

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Receipts and Disbursements, Trial Balance Sheets, and Stock Sales Ledger (1907-1929)

Folder 2

Financial records (1929-1939)

Folder 3

Trial Balance sheets (1950-1952)

Folder 4

Trial Balance sheets (1953-1954)

Box 86

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Balance sheets (1955)

Folder 2

Trial Balance sheets (1955)

Folder 3

Trial Balance sheets (1956)

Folder 4

Trial Balance sheets (1957)

Folder 5

Trial Balance sheets (1958)

Folder 6

Trial Balance sheets (1959)

Folder 7

Trial Balance sheets (1960)

Box 87

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Explosives Reports (1942, Apr.-1945, Dec.)

Folder 2

Daily Explosives Reports (1946)

Folder 3

Daily Explosives Reports (1947)

Folder 4

Daily Explosives Reports (1948)

Folder 5

Daily Explosives Reports (1949)

Folder 6

Daily Explosives Reports (1950)

Box 88

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Timber Reports (1946)

Folder 2

Daily Timber Reports (1947)

Folder 3

Daily Timber Reports (1948)

Folder 4

Daily Timber Reports (1949-1950)

Box 89

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Truck Reports (1946)

Folder 2

Daily Truck Reports (1947)

Folder 3

Daily Truck Reports (1948)

Folder 4

Daily Truck Reports (1949)

Folder 5

Daily Labor Reports (1943, Oct.-1945, Apr.)

Box 90

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Labor Reports (1945-1946)

Folder 2

Daily Labor Reports (1947)

Box 91

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Labor Reports (1948)

Folder 2

Daily Labor Reports (1949)

Folder 3

Daily Labor Reports (1950)

Folder 4

Daily Labor Reports (1951)

Box 92

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Labor Reports (1953)

Folder 2

Daily Labor Reports (1955)

Folder 3

Daily Labor Reports (1956)

Folder 4

Total Hours Worked (1946)

Folder 5

Total Earnings Report (1946)

Box 93

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Truck Operation Reports from January 1, 1951 through December 28, 1951 (1951)

No folder
Folder 2

Daily Explosive Reports from January 2, 1949 through December 31, 1949 (1951)

No folder
Folder 3

Daily Reports from January 1 through June 30, 1950, bound with a metal fastener (1950, Jan. 1-June 30)

Folder 4

Daily Reports from July 2 through December 31, 1950, bound with a metal fastener (1950, July 2-Dec. 31)

Box 94

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Truck Operation Report from January 1, 1949 through December 30, 1949, oblong sheets in metal fastener (1949, Jan.-Mar.)

Folder 2

Truck Operation Report from January 1, 1949 through December 30, 1949, oblong sheets in metal fastener (1949, Apr.-July)

Folder 3

Truck Operation Report from January 1, 1949 through December 30, 1949, oblong sheets in metal fastener (1949, Aug.-Dec.)

Folder 4

Foreman's Daily reports from July 1st to December 31st, 1950, bound with a metal fastener (1950, July 1-Dec. 31)

No folder
Box 95

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Foreman's Daily Reports from April 1, 1949 through July 31, 1949, oblong sheets bound by a metal fastener (1949, Apr. 1-July 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Truck Operation Report from April 1, 1944 to September 13, 1944, tied with yarn, oblong sheets (1944, Apr. 1-Sep. 13)

No folder
Box 96

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Foreman's Daily Reports from April 24, 1947 through July 31, 1947. Tied together with shoelace. 8.5" x 13" sheets (1947, Apr. 24-July 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines, Inc. Compensation Record Cards, 1947-48. Fastened to the folder (1947-1948)

No folder
Box 97

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Daily Explosives Report from January 2, 1948 through December 31, 1948, bound with a metal fastener (1948, Jan. 2-Dec. 31)

No folder
Folder 2

Truck Operation Report from January 2, 1948 through December 30, 1948, bound with a metal fastener (1948, Jan. 2-Dec. 30)

No folder
Box 98

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company bank statement (1942, Mar.)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines general account statements (1942, Apr.-Dec.)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1942, Feb.-Dec.)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company general account statements (1943)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1943)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 6

Ely Valley Mines Company Samuel W. Ford, Trustee statements (1943)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 7

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 1-495 (1942)

Box 99

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 496-918 (1942-1943)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 1-501 (1942)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 502-963 (1942-1943)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 964-1509 (1943)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 1510-1941 (1943)

Box 100

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 1942-2367 (1943)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 2368-2868 (1943)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 919-1380 (1943)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1943, July-Dec.)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company general account statements (1943, July-Dec.)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Box 101

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company general account statements (1944, Jan.-Apr.)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company general account statements (1944-1945)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1944, Jan.-Apr.)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1944-1945)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company operating account statements (1945, Sep.-Dec.)

Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Folder 6

Ely Valley Mines Company, First Security Trust Company statement (1944, May-June)

Box 102

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company general and operating statements (1946)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1946)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1946)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company general and operating statements (1947)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1947)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Box 103

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company general account statements (1948, July-Sep.)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company general account statements (1949, Mar.)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company operating statements (1948)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company operating statements (1949, Jan.-Feb., and Apr.)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1948, May-Dec.)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Folder 6

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1949, Jan.-Mar.)

Nevada Bank of Commerce
Box 104

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mine Daily Report (a) (1937, July-1938, Jan.)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine Daily Report (b) (1938, Feb.-1938, Dec.)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mine Daily Report (1939, Jan.-May)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce statements (1946-1947)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce statements (1948)

Folder 6

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce, Fred H. Mansir, Jr. statements (1949)

Box 105

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce statements (1949)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce statements (1950)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce statements. Including one operating account statement (1951)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce statements (1952-1953)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce operating account statements (1954)

Folder 6

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce payroll statements (1954)

Box 106

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce operating account statements (1955)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce payroll statements (1955)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce operating statements (1956)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company, Nevada Bank of Commerce payroll statements (1956)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company, First Security Trust Company statements (1945-1955)

Folder 6

Office of Defense Transportation, Weekly Truck Records, and correspondence #3 (1943-1946)

Box 107

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Office of Defense Transportation, Weekly Truck Records, and correspondence #4 (1943-1946)

Folder 2

Office of Defense Transportation, Weekly Truck Records, and correspondence #5 (1942-1946)

Folder 3

Office of Defense Transportation, Weekly Truck Records, and correspondence #9 (1944-1946)

Folder 4

Office of Defense Transportation, Weekly Truck Records, and correspondence #10 (1944-1946)

Folder 5

Office of Defense Transportation, Weekly Truck Records, and correspondence #11 (1944-1946)

Folder 6

Weekly Truck Records #12 (1946)

Box 108

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company operating statements (1951)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1951)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company operating statements (1952)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company operating and payroll statements (1953)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statement (1955)

Folder 6

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statement (1955)

Box 109

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company payroll statements (1946, Jan.-Feb., 1951, Oct., and 1952, Jan.-Feb.)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 1405-1719 (1952)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 4269-4625 (1946)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company supply records (1942-1943)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company supply records (1942-1943)

Folder 6

Ely Valley Mines Company supply records (1943)

Box 110

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company supply records (1943-1945)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company supply records (1944)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company supply records (1944-1945)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 1381-2016 (1944)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 2869-3498 (1944)

Box 111

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 3499-3860 (1944)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 3861-4373 (1944)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 4374-4964 (1944)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 2656-3099 (1945)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 3100-3422 (1945)

Box 112

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 2017-2655 (1944-1945)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 4179-4268 (1946)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 4626-4976 (1946-1947)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 6291-6932 (1948)

Folder 5

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 6933-7460 (1948-1949)

Box 113

Ely Valley Mines Company

Folder 1

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 2407-2922 (1953-1954)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 2923-3398 (1954-1955)

Folder 3

Ely Valley Mines Company check registers nos. 3399-3647 (1955-1956)

Folder 4

Ely Valley Mines Company Payroll Check (blank) [undated]

 

Mountain View Hotel 1936-1958

Physical Description: 4 boxes
Box 114

Mountain View Hotel

Folder 1

Payroll (1939-1950)

Folder 2

Unemployment file (1940-1950)

Folder 3

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1939)

Folder 4

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1940)

Box 115

Mountain View Hotel

Folder 1

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1941)

Folder 2

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1942)

Folder 3

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1943)

Folder 4

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1944)

Folder 5

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1945)

Folder 6

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1946)

Box 116

Mountain View Hotel

Folder 1

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1947)

Folder 2

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1948)

Folder 3

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1949)

Folder 4

Invoices, receipts, and statements (1950)

Folder 5

Employee's Withholding Exemption Certificate (1944-1949)

Folder 6

Return of Income Tax Withheld on Wages and Statement of Victory Tax Withheld (1942-1943)

Folder 7

Lease and Agreement. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and Nita R. English (1950)

Folder 8

Nevada Bank of Commerce and the Bank of California (1952)

Folder 9

Social Security and Employer's Tax Return (1939-1950)

Box 117

Mountain View Hotel

Folder 1

Payroll Journal (1945-1950)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous. Correspondence, Receipts and Disbursements, and printed matter (1936-1958)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous. Checkbooks, Quarterly Summary Reports, Employer's Tax Return, and checks (1939-1942)

Folder 4

Nevada Industrial Commission. Actual Gross Pay Roll of (1939)

Folder 5

Mountain View Hotel, Bank of Pioche statements (1939)

Folder 6

Mountain View Hotel, Bank of Pioche statements (1940)

Folder 7

Mountain View Hotel, Bank of Pioche statements (1941)

 

Oriental Refining Company 1939-1956

Physical Description: 2 boxes
Box 118

Oriental Refining Company

Folder 1

About one-hundred MS page of notes on the McKay case, four TLS, three retained carbons, and retained carbons of about five different legal documents, and notes (1940-1945)

Folder 2

A map of Aldrich Pool, Ness County, Kansas [undated]

Folder 3

Two TLS, retained carbons of three letters and one memo, being correspondence of Atty. Jean S. Breitenstein and John Janney (1949)

Folder 4

One TLS, one telegram, retained carbons of three letters that are correspondence of R. F. McDonald and Janney, one memo, and Cost sheet (1945-1946)

Folder 5

In cardboard wrappers, the typed Testimony of John Janney from the case of Putnam and Baker vs. McKay (1945)

Folder 6

Certificates signed by the Judge of the case against American National Bank of Denver, a document from this case entitled Receipt signed by James M. Faulkner's attorney, a Findings and Decree that is signed by the judge, a business letter with Escrow Instructions, three TLS, a signed statement, and retained carbons of one letter (1946)

Folder 7

Opening Statements from the Case against American National Bank of Denver, and John Janney, bound in a metal fastener. Thirteen retained carbons of legal documents from this case and a counter suit (1945-1949)

Folder 8

One retained carbon of a business letter regarding legal matters. A report to the stockholders of the Oriental Refining Company and a Confidential Report to John Janney. A Memorandum, Motion, and a Answer to Cross-Claims in the case of Oriental Refining Company vs. American National Bank of Denver, et al. (1939-1946)

Folder 9

Oriental Refining Company of Colorado, four TLS from Janney to Richard K. Baker, and court memos for a case in which Oriental Refining Co. was the defendant (1939-1949)

Box 119

Oriental Refining Company

Folder 1

One TLS and one retained carbon of a business letter, both being correspondence of Janney and Richard K. Baker, 1946, and a pamphlet from the Consolidated Gold Fields of South Africa, Limited (1946)

Folder 2

Eleven retained carbon copies of correspondence regarding the case of Oriental vs. Janney and Faulkner, and a chronology of the case, and notes on Faulkner's response to Janney's cross-complaint (1942-1943)

Folder 3

Twelve TLS, two MS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of nine business letters regarding legal matters including the 1943-44 Denver suit, and three postcards to Augustus Putnam (1943-1944)

Folder 4

Twenty-two TLS, three MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-nine business letters regarding the 1943-44 Denver law suit involving a Dr. Faulkner. The letters are written to and from John Janney, Richard K. Baker, Max P. Zall, Augustus Putnam, Alfred Hunt, et al. (1943-1944)

Folder 5

Nine TLS, 16 MS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-three letters to and from Richard K. Baker of the Oriental Refining Company mainly regarding the Ely Valley Mines and business with John Janney (1942)

Folder 6

One TLS, two MS, and retained carbons of thirteen business letters mainly from E.M Stringer to Ely Valley Mines. Copies of two documents regarding a lawsuit involving Oriental Refining Company. Two pages from account books (1945-1956)

Folder 7

Twelve TLS, and retained carbons of fourteen business letters, mainly the correspondence of Harold B. Wagner and Janney, two telegrams, and the Motion for Definite Statement in the Case Oriental Refining Co. vs. American National Bank of Denver, James M. Faulkner, and John Janney (1944-1945)

Folder 8

Memorandum for Oriental Case, 1948. Exhibits A-E letters concerning business between Oriental and Ely Valley Mines. Two contracts. Legal documents, thirteen TLS and two retained carbons of business letters concerning legal matters. Mainly to or from H. V. George (1948-1950)

Folder 9

An Affidavit including and transcript of the Annual Stockholder's meeting of Oriental Refining Company transcribed and recorded by Alice M. Browning for Richard K. Baker. A copy of the Second Motion for Preliminary Injunction in Civil Action 2508 Baker vs. Max P. Zall, E. M. Stringer, H. L. Jewell, and Oriental Refining Co. One retained carbon of a business letter from Frank Shaw to Gus Hemenway regarding the lawsuit (1948)

Folder 10

E. M. Stringer and John Janney / Richard K. Baker correspondence. Thirty-eight TLS, six telegrams and retained carbons of thirty-eight business letters. A copy of the Cobb-Stringer (Joint Venture) Partnership Return of Income Forms (1944-1949)

Folder 11

Two TLS, three MS, and one retained carbon of business letters regarding a lawsuit against Oriental Refining, and an Amended Cross-Claim by the same corporation (1950-1951)

Folder 12

Five TLS, four MS, and retained carbons of four business letters regarding Colorado business and Oriental Refining written by Frank Shaw, B. F. Napheys, Richard K. Baker, and Nelson Truitt (1950-1953)

Folder 13

Monthly Statements for December, 1939, April, 1940, May, 1940, and October 1940. One TLS and retained carbons for seven business letters. A statement relating to the Faulkner Case, and excerpts from a deposition by Richard K. Baker (1939-1940)

Folder 14

Legal papers and letters regarding the cases Baker et al. V. McKay, involving Oriental Refining. Four TLS, one MS and retained carbons of five letters (1944)

 

Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelting Corporation 1906-1946

Physical Description: 2 boxes
Box 120

Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelting Corporation

Folder 1

Bradshaw Chevrolet Company (1939)

Folder 2

E. D. Bullard Company (1940)

Folder 3

Braun Corporation (1940)

Folder 4

Braun Knecht Heimann Company (1940)

Folder 5

Combined Metals Reduction Company (1939)

Folder 6

City Garage and R. R. Orr Garage and Service Station (1939-1940)

Folder 7

Crimson and Nichols. Statements (1939-1940)

Folder 8

Colorado Sanitary Wiping Cloth Co. (1939)

Folder 9

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company (1940)

Folder 10

Denver Fire Clay Company (1940)

Folder 11

East Ely Garage (1939)

Folder 12

Ira J. Earl's Fuel Yard (1939-1940)

Folder 13

A. Leschen and Sons Rope Company (1939)

Folder 14

The Mine and Smelter Supply Company (1939-1941)

Folder 15

Morse Bros. Machinery Company (1941)

Folder 16

Mountain States Rubber Company, Inc. (1939-1941)

Folder 17

Montgomery Ward (1941)

Folder 18

Pioche Assay Office (1939-1941)

Folder 19

Pioche Mines Consolidated. Statement of Account (1941)

Folder 20

Pioche Power and Light Co. (1940-1941)

Folder 21

Pioche Record Publishing Co. (1938-1941)

Folder 22

Photo-Blue Company (1940-1941)

Folder 23

Sears, Roebuck and Company (1941)

Folder 24

Standard Oil Company of California, Union Pacific Railroad Company and Railway Express Agency (1939-1941)

Folder 25

Sullivan Machinery Company (1940-1941)

Folder 26

Standard Service Station (1940-1941)

Folder 27

The Salt Lake Hardware Co. (1939-1941)

Folder 28

Robert Schultz Daily Work Report (1939-1941)

Folder 29

Fairbanks, Morse and Company (1939-1940)

Folder 30

The Galigher Company (1939-1940)

Folder 31

Graybar Electric Company (1939)

Folder 32

Gardner Denver Company (1939)

Folder 33

The Handy Shop (1939-1940)

Box 121

Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelting Corporation

Folder 1

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company (1939-1940)

Folder 2

James Hulse Daily Work Report (1940)

Folder 3

Standard Oil Company of California (1939-1941)

Folder 4

Baroid Sales Division. National Lead Company (1941)

Folder 5

Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelting Corporation (1940)

Folder 6

Allsteel Office Supply Co. (1939-1940)

Folder 7

J. R. Bond. Lumber and Building Material (1939-1940)

Folder 8

E. J. Longyear Company (1940)

Folder 9

H. G. Makelim. Magneto Repair Company (1940)

Folder 10

Mary Mezzano, Notary (1940)

Folder 11

Montgomery Ward and Co. (1940)

Folder 12

William Powell Co. (1940)

Folder 13

Pioche Pacific Railroad Company (1939)

Folder 14

Pioche News Stand (1939)

Folder 15

Plummer Bay Co. (1939)

Folder 16

Processed Diamond Bit and Tool Company (1940)

Folder 17

Recorder's Office (1940-1946)

Folder 18

Independent Pneumatic Tool Company (1939)

Folder 19

Link-Belt Company (1940)

Folder 20

The Linde Air Products Company (1936-1939)

Folder 21

Strevell-Paterson Hardware Company (1939)

Folder 22

A. S. Thompson Company (1939-1940)

Folder 23

Western Union (1939)

Folder 24

Westinghouse Electric Supply Company (1939)

Folder 25

Western Powder Company (1939)

 

Pioche Mines Company and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. 1906-1977

Physical Description: 88 boxes
Box 122

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Fifty-three business letters of John Janney and various shareholders in the company, and a lease from 1918 (1918-1928)

Folder 2

Thirty-nine business letters being mainly the correspondence of Towson E. Smith and John Janney. Five drafts of an address by Smith to the Shareholders of The Pioche Mines Company following a visit to the mine. Three telegrams, and a Pamphlet on the Company (1918-1919)

Folder 3

Business letters to and from John Janney, Martha V. Bells, Milton E. Ailes, R. P. Chew, Stephen D. Boyd, and others (1919-1920)

Folder 4

Business letters to and from John Janney, George Crowe, H. P. Clark, and others (1919-1920)

Folder 5

Twenty-five General Orders and seventeen photographs from Pioche Mines and Mill from the late 1920s (1920-1928)

Folder 6

Declaration in Trust by John Janney regarding his controlling interest in Nevada Volcano Mines Company and his actions turning the property over to Pioche Mines Company, two drafts, July 1920. One business letter, three checks (1920-1923)

Folder 7

Eighty-five business letters and nine telegrams which are the correspondence of Herbert B. Stimpson, Attorney at Law, and John Janney, regarding Pioche Mines Company. One copy of House Bill No. 151 and one copy of a photograph mounted on cloth (1919-1923)

Folder 8

About one-hundred and fifty business letters and over thirty telegrams mainly being the correspondence of Lawrence R. Lee and John Janney, 1919-23. Eight applications for shares of stock in Pioche Mines Company. Three certificates of Assay and nine sheets records of payments (1919-1923)

Folder 9

Thirty business letters, the correspondence of W. F. Scheffel and John Janney (1919-1921)

Box 123

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Forty-eight business letters being the correspondence of John Janney, Stuart and Ober, Attorneys at Law and John Janney regarding Emory Newton's debt to Janney and Newton's bankruptcy (1919-1922)

Folder 2

Business letters of John Janney and various people connected to Pioche Mines Company (1919-1922)

Folder 3

Fifty-eight business letters between E. L. Huff and John Janney, and one telegram, 1920-23. Also fifteen miscellaneous business letters (1920-1923)

Folder 4

Fifty-nine business letters and seven telegrams to and from John Janney and various stockholders regarding payments and investments (1919-1920)

Folder 5

Business letters of John Janney and various people connected to Pioche Mines Company. Primarily people with last name beginning with "H" (1919-1923)

Folder 6

Correspondence with J. Harry Crafton. One-hundred and twelve business letters and thirty-two telegrams (1920-1922)

Folder 7

Eighty business letters and fourteen telegrams being mainly the correspondence of James J. Marshall, John Janney, and telegrams to E. H. Snyder (1920-1923)

Folder 8

Supply Orders #100-136 (1920)

Box 124

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Seventy-nine business letters and eight telegrams. Mainly the correspondence of Claude Marshall, stock Salesman, and John Janney (1919-1921)

Folder 2

Correspondence with James J. Marshall, July 1919 to September 1920. Over one-hundred and fifty letters and eighteen telegrams (1919-1920)

Folder 3

Fifty-two business letters and Southern Nevada Milling Co. Daily Mill Reports (1918-1919)

Folder 4

Nine account sheets (Check register). One business letter from Oscar Knox, a Mining Engineer, and two pages of a mailing list (1920)

Box 125

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Estimate on Cost of Completing Mill, with lists of supplies, equipment, and materials needed (1920)

Folder 2

Business letters of John Janney and various people connected to Pioche Mines Company. Primarily people with last name beginning with "S" (1920-1921)

Folder 3

Ninety-two business letters and eleven telegrams regarding stockholders of Pioche Mines Company and Janney's business in Twin Falls, Idaho (1920)

Folder 4

Towson E. Smith correspondence, 1920-23. Four TLS, seventy-four MS, twenty-seven telegrams, and retained carbons of seventy-seven letters. One page from the Daily Record, and record of Towson E. Smith's account (1920-1923)

Folder 5

Twenty-two business letters and twelve telegrams mainly from W. J. Levey to various stockholders upon his examination of the Pioche Mines (1920)

Folder 6

Seventeen TLS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of sixteen business letters to different companies requesting catalogues and information about stokers and other mining equipment. Five catalogues or proposals from different companies (1920)

Folder 7

Business correspondence with Walter L. Hayden. Thirty-six TLS, twelve MS, thirteen telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty letters on the company (1919-1921)

Folder 8

Ten TLS and retained carbons of fifteen business letters, mainly the correspondence of John Janney and A. C. Milner, the Vice President of the Company, regarding Union pacific Railroad and freight rates, 1926-27. Freight Rates for 1942, and various forms from Union Pacific (1926-1942)

Box 126

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

The Salt Lake Hardware Co. and Eastern Iron and Metal Co. invoices, statements of account, credit memoranda, three TLS, and six retained carbons of business letters (1927)

Folder 2

Inter-Mountain Electric Company invoices, five retained carbons and two TLS to and from this company (1927)

Folder 3

Schurs Oil Burner Co., one invoice (1926)

Folder 4

Union Hardware and Metal Company, monthly Statements of Pioche Mines Company's account, invoices and ten TLS, two telegrams, and twelve retained carbons of business letters, October, 1925-July, 1927 (1925-1927)

Folder 5

Miscellaneous: Three Daily Work Reports, two invoices from The Yale and Towne MFG. Co. One TLS and two retained carbons of business letters, John Janney, M. C. Godbe, and John Ewing, a copy of a Writ of Attachment, and two inventories of surplus stock at the Pioche Mines Co. Mill (1925-1927)

Folder 6

Requisitions for supplies for November, 1928. An inventory of supplies at the Mill, January 1, 1928. Thirteen TLS, six telegrams, and retained carbons of twelve business letters and telegrams to and from the Frank M. Allen Company of Salt Lake City, Utah, regarding a tramway tower, May, 1927-May, 1928 (1927-1928)

Folder 7

Twenty TLS, eight telegrams, and retained carbons of ten business letters, correspondence with Frank Allen and other, and with various supply companies. Various invoices (1927-1928)

Folder 8

Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, three invoices (1927)

Folder 9

Twenty-seven TLS, nine telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-two business letters to and from A. Leschen and Sons Rope Co. Regarding supplies from this company (1928)

Box 127

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Supply order records #982-1845, from January 5 through December 29, 1928, hole-punched and tied with a shoestring. (1927-1928)

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Box 128

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Four TLS and eight retained carbons of letters from 1928. Inventory of Supplies from January 15, 1927, two Payroll Distribution records from January 1928 (1927-1928)

Folder 2

Time Order Employee hours and wage payment records (1928)

Folder 3

Six TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of four business letters regarding equipment for the mines. Four stock bulletins from different machinery supply companies. Two inventory lists of equipment and needs, and one invoice (1926-1928)

Folder 4

Seventy-five TLS, thirteen MS, five telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty-six business letters, telegrams, and legal letters, 1928. A technical sketch of a mine, a copy of an Assay report and Floatation Tests, mine slope records, blank sock receipts, and deposit slips for the District National Bank. Mines and Markets, Vol 5. No 5., May 12, 1928. The Demurrer for Walker Brothers Bankers, a corporation vs. John Janney. Three sheets stapled, marked "Confidential Data on Ed. P. Donohue Suit" (1928)

Folder 5

1928 Stockholders Meeting papers: a notice from October 14, 1928, and December 21, 1928, a statement of Receipts and Expenditures for November, 1928, a Report for the Year stapled in wrappers, a Memorandum of a Discussion At an Informal Meeting of Stockholders, June 21, 1928. Report book for 1926, stapled in wrappers (1928)

Folder 6

Twenty-one TLS, one MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of eleven business letters, the correspondence of S. Q. Clark and John Janney, 1928. A Distribution of Labor report for 1928. Cost summaries of the Watchman's Cabin and the Mill Office. Sketched plan of the mine shaft. Cost sheet and progress reports for various mines (1928)

Folder 7

Thirty-six TLS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of seventeen business letters being the correspondence of Alfred Hunt and John Janney, and others. A map on tracing paper of a mine, and 1928 Distribution of Labor sheets for the mine. Pamphlet for The Mining Manfinder (1928)

Box 129

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Forty-five TLS, fifteen MS, nine telegrams, and retained carbons of eight-seven business letters and telegrams regarding Pioche Mines Company business (1919-1925)

Folder 2

One TLS, twelve MS, four telegrams and retained carbons of fourteen letters of correspondence with James J. Marshall and John Janney. Eleven TLS, three MS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of thirty business letters, mainly correspondence with District National Bank. One postcard from Quebec and a newspaper clipping on the Kentucky Derby (1927-1929)

Folder 3

Time Order sheets for Employees, recorded hours and wages paid (1929)

Folder 4

Business correspondence with District National Bank of Washington, D. C. Eighteen TLS, five telegrams, and retained carbons of eighty-three letters, and duplicate deposit slips (1919-1925)

Folder 5

Thirty-three TLS, one MS, fourteen telegrams, and retained carbons of thirty-eight business letters and ten telegrams mainly about supplies for Pioche Mines Company, and about the Report to The State Corporation Commission (1920-1927)

Box 130

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Nine MSL eight of which are from Morgan Heap to John Janney, and one from N. V. Nelson, all from 1922. Twelve TLS from John Q. Dickinson, Stuart Taylor, A. S. Thompson Co., and First National Bank of Twin Falls. Twenty-two retained carbons of replies to these letters, April to December 1922. A TS Special Report for the Shareholders' Committee of Investigation of the Pioche Mine Compnay, dated October, 1922 (1922-1923)

Twin Falls (Idaho)
Folder 2

Thirty-six retained carbons, Seven MSL, ten TLS, twelve telegrams, being correspondence of John Janney with L. Kemp Duvall, John Daggitt, Maria P. Duvall, W. Mont Ferry, Charles Frailey, W. S. Friend, Thomas M. Fendall, et al. (1921-1922)

Folder 3

Seven retained carbons and five TLS being correspondence of H. P. Clark and John Janney (1921)

Folder 4

Four TLS, and four retained carbons being correspondence of H. E. Coiner and John Janney (1921)

Folder 5

Two MS, six typed copies, fifteen retained carbons, ten TLS, five telegrams, being correspondence of J. E. Baylor and John Janney, and letters Baylor copied for Janney, written by J. A. Alexander. One newspaper clipping (1921)

Folder 6

The Galigher Machinery Co.: Invoices, statements of account, two telegrams (1922-1923)

Folder 7

Seventy-five TLS, forty-six retained carbons, thirty telegrams, and two intra-company communications, between various companies and Pioche Mines Company, all having to do with the supply of balls and pebbles as well as proposals from a few companies (1920-1924)

Folder 8

Franks and Christian: Insurance receipts and info (1922-1926)

Folder 9

The Denver Rock Drill Manufacturing Company: invoices and one TLS (1922-1926)

Folder 10

Receipts from miscellaneous companies, two TLS, from Salt Lake Route and Western Machinery Co., and two retained carbons of letters from Pioche Mines Company (1920-1922)

Folder 11

Frank M. Allen Company invoices, two TLS and two retained carbons of business letters about accounts and goods purchased by Pioche Mines Company, and fourteen Estimates of Weights sheets for the Mine (1927)

Box 131

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Thirty TLS, eight MSL, twenty-seven telegrams, two retained carbons, and two sketches all being the correspondence of William J. Franklin and John Janney (1921-1922)

Folder 2

Prest-O-Lite Company, Inc.: Fifteen TLS, four telegrams, invoices, and shipping forms from Prest-O-Lite, and ten retained carbons from Pioche Mines Company (1922-1923)

Folder 3

Salt Lake Route of the Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Co.: Freight bills, shipping statements, eighteen TLS, and twelve retained carbons of letters regarding payments and an audit (1921-1925)

Folder 4

Western Machinery Company: Itemized Statement of Pioche Mines Company. Account, invoices, Equipment lists, shipping statements, ten TLS from Western Machinery Co., ten retained carbons from Pioche Mines Company and one telegram (1922-1925)

Folder 5

Ingersoll-Rand Company: Shipping notices, Monthly Account Statements, invoices, seven TLS from the company about payments, one retained carbon response (1922-1927)

Folder 6

Eleven TLS, twenty-seven retained carbons, five MSL, one telegram, and payroll information. The letters are to and from J. Q. Dickinson, Morgan Heap and J. Janney (1921)

Folder 7

Six retained carbons, seven telegrams, one memo, all to John Janney regarding various accounts, a Statement of Accounts Payable, Balance Bank of Pioche March 13th, from 1922 (1922)

Folder 8

Charles R. Hadley Company: Three TLS requesting payment, and outlining the account of Pioche Mines Company and invoices (1923-1927)

Folder 9

A. S. Thompson Co. invoices, statements of account for goods purchased by Pioche Mines Company (1927)

Folder 10

Leschen and Sons Rope Co. six TLS, and five retained carbons of business letters and receipts from 1927. Also receipts from John Lucas and Co. and two business letters (1926-1927)

Box 132

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Thirty retained carbons from the Pioche Mines Company. Fifteen telegrams, forty-five TLS and one MSL, all from different Fuel Oil Suppliers about supplying the Pioche Mines Company. One catalogue from the E. H. Stroud Company (1920-1925)

Folder 2

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company Mill and Mine Accounts to July 1931, 1923. Statements with handwritten lists of purchases from March 1922 to July 1923 (1922-1923)

Folder 3

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company, Statements for August to December, 1923, one TLS requesting payment, and one void contract signed by John Janney (1923)

Folder 4

A. S. Thompson Co.: Mill Account Statements and invoices, Mine Account Statements and invoices, Hotel and Boarding House Account Statements and invoices, and General Account Statements and invoices (1923-1924)

Folder 5

Linde Air Products Company-Pacific Coast: Six TLS, two retained carbon replies, invoices, statements of account (1923-1927)

Folder 6

One TLS, one telegram, and four retained carbons of miscellaneous letters, minutes to a meeting, one page of a progress report, and two pages of mine records (1926)

Folder 7

Thyle Machinery Co., one TLS, and one retained carbon letter, and invoices. Invoices for Lucas Bros. Inc. and Lerer Bros. (1926-1927)

Folder 8

Nevada Industrial Commission account statements and two notices (1925-1928)

Folder 9

Eight TLS, twenty-nine MS, fifteen telegrams, and retained carbons of seventy-three business letters, all being the correspondence of W. W. Grubb and John Janney, bound in a metal fastener (1926-1927)

Folder 10

Five TLS, twenty MS, seven telegrams, and retained carbons of seventy business letters, mainly the correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney (1927)

Folder 11

American Railway Express Co. receipts, and Freight and Express Records (1927)

Folder 12

Thirty-nine signed TS or MS orders to have money deducted from pay checks and paid directly to specified places, two retained carbon of similar orders. Typed, signed Writ of Attachment and Notice of Attachment (1922-1923)

Box 133

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Fifty-one TLS, three MS, thirty-two telegrams, and retained carbons of forty-two business letters to supply companies, mainly lumber companies, and invoices (1924-1925)

Folder 2

Stephens-Adamson Mfg. Co. three proposals, four TLS, and two retained carbons of letters (1925)

Folder 3

Allis-Chambers Manufacturing Company invoices, shipping manifest, statements, four TLS and one retained carbon of a letter (1924-1927)

Folder 4

The Dorr Company: Engineers. Three TLS and two retained carbons of letters, invoices, and credit slips (1925-1926)

Folder 5

The Pioche Record/Lincoln County Record monthly statements (1923-1928)

Folder 6

The Prest-O-Lite Co., Inc. invoices, two TLS and one retained carbon of a letter (1922-1927)

Folder 7

Olson Rug Co. one invoice and two TLS, one telegram, and two retained carbons of letters (1925)

Folder 8

The Otto Engine Works invoices, packing list and one TLS (1925-1927)

Folder 9

Forty-eight TLS, two MS, twenty-two telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty-seven letters to and from various supply companies, and several supplies requisition forms, and brochures from several companies (1922-1927)

Folder 10

Nevada Lime and Rock Co. invoices (1925-1926)

Box 134

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

L. A. Rubber and Asbestos Works, invoices (1925)

Folder 2

Union Hardware and Metal Company invoices, statements, one TLS, and three retained carbons of letters (1925-1926)

Folder 3

Union Pacific Salt Lake Route vouchers and freight bills (1925)

Folder 4

Barker Bros. Incorporated invoices (1925-1927)

Folder 5

Schramm, Inc. invoices, statements and one TLS (1924-1927)

Folder 6

Keuffel and Esser Co. invoices, and one TLS (1923-1927)

Folder 7

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company statements and invoices (1924-1925)

Folder 8

W. P. Fuller and Co. invoices and statements (1925-1927)

Box 135

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Western Machinery Co. invoices, two TLS and one retained carbon of a letter (1926-1927)

Folder 2

Arthur Wagner Co. invoices and canceled checks (1926-1927)

Folder 3

West Coast Gas Engine Co. invoices and one retained carbon of a letter (1926-1927)

Folder 4

Zenith Fire Appliance Company invoice, and bill (1926-1927)

Folder 5

F. C. Richmond Machinery Co. of Salt Lake City, Utah, invoices, statements, six TLS and three retained carbons of letters (1924-1928)

Folder 6

J. F. Roeder, Dr. Recorder and Auditor for Lincoln County, receipts, and invoices (1925-1926)

Folder 7

A. S. Thompson Co. invoices and statements (1925-1926)

Folder 8

Union Pacific System: Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Company, invoices and receipts (1926)

Folder 9

The Galigher Machinery Company invoices, statements, three TLS and one retained carbon of a letter (1925-1926)

Box 136

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

United Commercial Co. invoices, statements, seven TLS, six telegrams, and three retained carbons of letters (1926-1927)

Folder 2

Link-Belt Meese and Gottfried Co. invoices, statements, and shipping lists, three TLS, four telegrams, and retained carbons of four letters (1925-1927)

Folder 3

Pioche Assay Office invoices and monthly statements (1924-1927)

Folder 4

Portland Cement Company of Utah, The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company, and Richard Fromm Eastman Kodak Agency, invoices and statements (1925-1927)

Folder 5

Combined Metals Reduction Co. invoices and statements (1924-1928)

Folder 6

Cochise Rock Drill Manufacturing Co. invoices and statements (1926)

Folder 7

Geo B. Carpenter and Co. invoices and two TLS (1926)

Folder 8

Colorado Iron Works Company invoice (1926)

Folder 9

Cement Gun Company invoices (1926)

Folder 10

Oxweld Acetylene Company invoices (1924-1928)

Folder 11

The Braun Corporation invoices, statements, six TLS, and retained carbons of five letters (1924-1928)

Folder 12

Bunting Iron Works invoices and statements (1926-1927)

Folder 13

Machinery Sales Agency invoices, and five TLS, and one retained carbon regarding payments (1922-1927)

Folder 14

Lumber Sales Company, invoices, three TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons of two letters regarding payments (1926-1927)

Folder 15

Byron Jackson Pump MFG. Co. invoices (1926)

Folder 16

Allsteel Office Supply Co. invoices, statements of account, four TLS, and retained carbons of five business letters (1925-1927)

Box 137

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Co. invoices, for mining supplies (1926)

Folder 2

Santa Fe Lumber Co. invoices and one retained carbon of a business letter, and Schurs Oil Burner Co. invoices (1926-1927)

Folder 3

J. E. Knapp Company invoices account statements and one retained carbon of a business letter (1926-1927)

Folder 4

One TLS, and three retained carbons of business letters and several invoices from Arctic Ice Company, Arguto Oilless Bearing Co., and Wm. Ainsworth and Sons, Inc. (1926-1927)

Folder 5

The Salt Lake Hardware Co. invoices, statements, five TLS, and three retained carbons of letters (1926-1927)

Box 138

Pioche Mines Company and Wide Awake Mine

Folder 1

One TLS, seven retained carbons of letters and memos, one MS note, a few invoices and account sheets, and Mine Records for August 25 through 27, 1924 (1920-1924)

Folder 2

Wide Awake Mine Progress Reports and Semi-Monthly Reports, about sixty-five pages of MS notes (1924-1925)

Folder 3

Monthly Work Records of Wide Awake Mine for November 1924 through January, 1925, and MS notes on steel ore bins (1924-1925)

Folder 4

An inventory of Mill Tools, Typed and MS notes of Mill Tools, and Mine Records for April 24 to 30, 1924 (1922-1924)

Folder 5

Valley Mine Progress Reports and Semi-Monthly Work records (1924-1925)

Folder 6

Twenty-five TLS and retained carbons of twenty-four letters, to and from machinery suppliers, and twelve catalogues of equipment (1924-1928)

Folder 7

Wide Awake Mine Daily Reports (1937, July-1939, June)

Box 139

Pioche Mines Company and Wide Awake Mine

Folder 1

Operating Account Statement for April 1924, and monthly work record sheets, and account sheets (1924, Apr.)

Folder 2

Account information for May 1924, and a May report of the Mill Construction, and Monthly Work Record sheets (1924, May)

Folder 3

Mine Records for November 14-30, and November 16-30, and July 1, through September 10, 1924 (1924)

Folder 4

Mine Records for July 1, through September 30, 1924 (1924)

Folder 5

Eight account sheets for June, 1924 (1924, June)

Folder 6

July, 1924 account statement, and ten account book sheets (1924, July)

Folder 7

Sixteen TLS, one MS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of nine letters regarding banking and financial matters (1924-1925)

Folder 8

About thirty-five sheets from account books and typed information on different accounts (1924)

Folder 9

Mine Record Book for July 1 through September 4, 1924, bound in boards and cloth back (1924, July-Sep.)

Folder 10

Utah Savings and Trust Company: Receipts, one TLS, and one retained carbon (1924-1928)

Folder 11

Eighteen TLS, two MS, eight telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-three letters (1924)

Folder 12

Three TLS regarding shipments from the Sidney L. Hechinger Company (1924)

Folder 13

Arrowhead Garage; Monthly Statements and invoices (1924-1927)

Folder 14

Letters to and from various lumber companies (1924-1925)

Box 140

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company: Invoices and statements (1924)

Folder 2

Seven TLS, seven telegrams, and nine retained carbons of letters from 1924 regarding supplies for the mine (1924)

Folder 3

One TLS, three MS, and two retained carbons of letters being correspondence of Arthur Thomas and John Janney, and invoices from C. W. Marwedel (1924-1925)

Folder 4

Three signed legal agreements (1938-1946)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Company Report from 1923. Five TLS, four MS, one retained carbon, copy of a legal document, an article, and a report by Master Key System (1916-1922)

Folder 6

Twelve TLS, two MS, and twenty-three retained carbons of letters from 1922, and several receipts and statements from different companies (1919-1922)

Folder 7

Three TLS, ten MS, nine telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty-one letters, that are correspondence of John Janney and W. W. Grubbs dated June through August, 1922 (1922)

Folder 8

Thirty-six TLS, one MS, twenty-six telegrams, and retained carbons of forty-six letters to and from lumber companies. Also, two legal complaints, signed made against Pioche Mines Company (1922-1923)

Folder 9

Forty-five TLS, one MS, eight telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-nine letters to and from paint suppliers, and eight brochures and samples from these companies (1920-1929)

Box 141

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Eleven TLS, six telegrams, and nineteen retained carbons , to and from supply companies regarding oxygen, and several shipping forms (1922-1923)

Folder 2

Fourteen TLS, forty-three MS, thirty-six telegrams, and one-hundred and sixty retained carbons of letters to and from John Janney, W. W. Grubbs, and others dated November, 1921- through June, 1922 (1921-1922)

Folder 3

Three MS, five telegrams, and twenty-three retained carbons that are correspondence from 1921 with Towson E. Smith, mainly (1921)

Folder 4

Fifty-three TLS, six telegrams, forty-six retained carbons of letters to and from various machinery companies, regarding the supply of crusher rolls, five catalogues, and one blue print of a crusher roll. Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, American Machinery Company, and Western Machinery Company (1920-1926)

Folder 5

Thirty-two TLS, one MS, twenty-two telegrams, thirty retained carbons of letters, all to and from various machinery supply companies. Also one brochure from the Galigher Machinery Co., a signed and notarized certificate of Protest, and three canceled checks (1920-1922)

Box 142

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Two TLS, thirty-four MS, forty-one telegrams, and seventy-three retained carbons of letters, from May to August 1921, being the correspondence of W. W. Grubbs with various people including John Janney (1921)

Folder 2

Correspondences of John Janney and E. L. Nores. One TS to Janney, unsigned, one MS letter 34 pp from Nores, one retained carbon from Janney, a photocopy of an article from the Pioche Record about Nores Funeral, and a signed dismissal of the case Hodges-Cook Mercantile vs. William Quirk (1923-1949)

Folder 3

Eight TLS, six MS, and two retained carbons and a newspaper clipping about a letter from Robert E. Lee to Lord Acton (1923-1925)

Folder 4

Fourteen TLS, fourteen MS, four telegrams, and retained carbons of forty-nine business letters. Colonel T. R. Tillett, John C. Williams, and A. B. White (1919-1927)

Folder 5

Nine TLS, five telegrams, and retained carbons of nine business letters from 1921, and four time order sheets. American Machinery Company, The Morse Bros. Machinery and Supply Co. (1921-1922)

Folder 6

Fourteen TLS, two MS, five telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-four of business letters. Copy of indenture between John Janney and the Continental Trust Company and other law firms (1921-1923)

Folder 7

Supply Orders Number 137 to 151, March to December, 1921 (1921)

Folder 8

Eight retained carbons, eight MSL, two TLS, and one telegram, all from the correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney (1921-1922)

Folder 9

Twenty-four retained carbons, twenty-two MSL, twelve telegrams, being correspondence of Otto U. von Schrader and Janny/Grubbs, also a speech by von Schrader, and a Notice to Stockholders of Vitamin Food Co., Inc. (1922-1923)

Folder 10

Twenty-one TLS, seven MSL, four telegrams, and thirty-four retained carbons that are miscellaneous correspondence of John Janney and the Pioche Mines Company (1920-1922)

Folder 11

Twenty-eight telegrams to, from or about Wm. J. Franklin, and two retained carbons to Franklin (1922)

Box 143

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Mine Record slips for December 1-30, 1924, tied together with twine (1924)

Folder 2

The Galigher Machinery Company: invoices, statements and shipping orders for March through December, 1924 (1924)

Folder 3

Eleven TLS, and about twenty-one retained carbons or copies of letters, regarding the Virginia Shareholder's Commission and the Pioche Commercial Club. Minutes: Special Meeting of Pioche Commercial Club (1923)

Virginia. State Corporation Commission
Folder 4

Time Order Slips for various employees for 1923-24, and invoices from Salt Lake Hardware Co. (1923-1925)

Folder 5

Mine Record book for October 13, 1924 through December, 1924, cardboard wrappers and cloth spine (1924)

Folder 6

MS Mill reports, approximately forty requisitions for supplies, and one TLS (1924)

Folder 7

Supply Orders number 366 through 455, for 1924, May-December (1924)

Folder 8

Twenty-six TLS, ten telegrams, and about thirty-eight retained carbons of letters being the correspondence of J. Harry Crafton and John Janney, and miscellaneous letters regarding banking and Mrs. Oscar A. Knox at the Alabama Insane Hospitals (1923)

Box 144

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Eight TLS, six MS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-three letters, regarding stocks, and matters in Virginia. Burnett, Batson, and Cary Lawyers and John A. Alexander (1923)

Folder 2

Eighteen TLS, sixteen MS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of forty-nine miscellaneous letters. Pioche Mines Company statements. J. A. Denike, Thomas M. Fendall, Charles L. Frailey, and Charles Edward Marshall (1923)

Folder 3

Twelve TLS, twelve MS, and retained carbons of seventeen letters to and from different banks. James J. Marshall, Jenny H. Marshall, and Gerald Marshall (1928-1930)

Folder 4

Five TLS, one MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of seven miscellaneous letters. Southeastern Grain and Livestock Company and E. K. Powe, Jr. (1923)

Folder 5

Supply orders numbers 310-364 (1923)

Folder 6

Sixteen TLS, eight MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of thirty-eight miscellaneous letters and correspondence to and from Twin Falls, Idaho. John Q. Dickinson from the Kanawha Valley Bank, N. Victor Nelson, and Morgan G. Heap (1923-1924)

Folder 7

Seven TLS, and retained carbons of twenty letters and different account sheets and balance sheets for July, 1923. Harry Thompson, E. H. Snyder, and Francis Lee Stuart (1922-1923)

Folder 8

Bills Payable Sheets and Statement of Receipts and Expenditures (1923)

Folder 9

Statement of Store Sale sheets, debit, sheet, Poorman Mine Monthly Mining Record sheet (1923-1925)

Folder 10

Distribution of Mill Labor Costs sheets for the months of January through February, and two TLS (1923-1924)

Folder 11

Statement of Assets and Liabilities as of January 1, 1923 (1923, Jan. 1)

Folder 12

Exploration Syndicate Donation Account sheet [undated]

Folder 13

One-hundred and one TLS, ten MS, sixteen telegrams, and eighty-two retained carbons, being correspondence of J. Harry Crafton and John Janney (1923-1927)

Box 145

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Different Account and Ledger information and trial balances, one TLS, and two retained carbons (1923-1924)

Folder 2

Western Union Telegraph invoices and statements of account (1923-1927)

Folder 3

United Filters Corporation invoices and statements of account and one retained carbon (1923-1926)

Folder 4

The Salt Lake Hardware Co. invoices, one TLS, and two retained carbons (1923)

Folder 5

Eleven TLS, six telegrams, and nine retained carbons, letters to and from supply companies about pulleys. American Machinery Company, Western Machinery Company, Stephens-Adamson Mfg. Co., and Galigher Machinery Co. (1920-1923)

Folder 6

Thirty-two pages of MS notes on different mine shafts, and requisition for supplies forms (1923-1924)

Folder 7

Time Order and Payroll Account sheets, seven pages (1924)

Folder 8

Reports of the Mining Superintendent (1924-1926)

Folder 9

Lincoln Transportation and Fuel Company City Garage invoices (1922-1927)

Folder 10

Forty-eight TLS, twenty-two MS, nine telegrams, and retained carbons of sixteen letters, mainly notes to and from W. W. Grubbs, and John Janney. Other letters from and to Morgan G. Heap, W. L. Hillyer, J. and Harry Crafton (1923-1924)

Folder 11

Thirteen TLS, three telegrams, and six retained carbons of letters to and from supply companies, and two Measurement reports. San Pedro Lumber Co., Western Machinery Company, Santa Fe Lumber Co., and Stockton Lumber Co. (1923-1924)

Folder 12

One TLS, six MS, nine telegrams, and retained carbons of fifteen letters, all correspondence of John Janney and W. W. Grubbs (1923)

Folder 13

One MS, fifteen telegrams, and seventeen retained carbons being correspondence of Grubb and Janney for January-March. Subject: Carload lumber for mill (1923, Jan.-Mar.)

Folder 14

Thirteen TLS, seven MS, twenty-one telegrams, and thirty nine retained carbons that are correspondence of Janney and Grubbs for April-September, 1923. Including letters to William J. Franklin (1923, Apr.-Sep.)

Box 146

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Crane Co., invoices, credit memos, statements, one TLS, and two retained carbons of business letters (1923-1926)

Folder 2

Pembroke Company: invoices, statements, three TLS, and two retained carbons of letters (1923-1927)

Folder 3

Chrome Steel Works: invoices, statements, and one TLS (1923-1924)

Folder 4

The Mine and Smelter Supply Co.: Invoices, statements, five TLS, and four retained carbons of business letters (1922-1927)

Folder 5

Smith Booth Usher Company: Invoices and statements, eleven TLS, two telegrams, and ten retained carbons of business letters (1923-1924)

Folder 6

Bank of Pioche: One TLS, deposit slips, and billing notices (1923-1927)

Folder 7

Forty-one TLS, sixteen MS, three telegrams, two photocopies, retained carbons of forty-one letters, and seven drawings or sketches of the mine. Letters to and from Arthur W. Thomas, A. D. Knowlton, W. W. Grubbs, and Herbert B. Stimpson (1923-1924)

Folder 8

Stephens-Adamson MFG. Co.: Invoices, statements, and three TLS (1924-1927)

Folder 9

San Pedro Lumber Co.: Invoices, statements, three TLS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of four letters (1923-1927)

Folder 10

Mine Record Forms for June 1-30, 1924, June 25 to July 21, 1924, August 28-31, and September 3-10, 1924. Ten Account sheets, two retained carbons, and miscellaneous invoices (1923-1924)

Box 147

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Two MS, five telegrams, retained carbons of eleven letters, all correspondence of Stephen D. Boyd and John Janney. One sealed envelope and a memo on loans given to Boyd (1924-1948)

Folder 2

Kennedy-Van Saun Mfg. and Eng. Corporation: one TLS and three notices (1934-1935)

Folder 3

One TLS, and a Stock Subscription sheet with signatures for eleven subscriptions, 1924-27, and a diagram of Yuba Ore Shoot and Mazeppa Ore Shoot (1924-1927)

Folder 4

One TLS, retained carbons of Extracts from three meeting of Directors, and One TS, signed extract (1915-1935)

Folder 5

Three drill catalogues, two blue prints of drilling equipment, and one scale drawing of drills and parts (1935-1936)

Folder 6

Three catalogues and a blueprint of a Hydrotator (1934)

Folder 7

Three pages of a stock sales ledger, one MS letter, a typed letter, and Unpaid Subscriptions Balance Sheet for April, 1928 (1924-1928)

Folder 8

Two TLS, three retained carbons of letters to and from Utah Savings and Trust Company, Reconciliation Stock Ledger Trial Balance sheets, balance receipts (1917-1926)

Folder 9

Forty-four TLS, two MS, two telegrams, retained carbons of fifty-two letters, several signed statements about the loss or destruction of stock certificates (1919-1927)

Folder 10

Nine TLS, one MS, retained carbons of twenty-five letters, answering criticisms of Pioche Mines Company a Resolution and Minutes of a meeting of the Pioche Commercial Club, June, 1923 (1923)

Folder 11

Two TLS, sixteen telegrams, and retained carbons of nine letters to and from Utah Securities Commission and Chamber of Commerce (1923)

Folder 12

Miscellaneous ledger balance pages, lists of stockholders, eighteen TLS, twelve MS, retained carbons of thirty letters (1923-1927)

Box 148

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Stock Sales lists, and shares transferred lists, account information, and payment information, one MS, two retained carbons of letters, and the brochure Tavern Topics for May, 1922 (1917-1930)

Folder 2

Forty-three TLS, five MS, retained carbons of seventy letters, regarding a transfer of certificates, and a summary of Sales of Treasury Stock (1924-1927)

Folder 3

Twenty-three TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of sixty-five letters regarding stock certificate transfers (1919-1924)

Folder 4

Nineteen TLS, three MS, four telegrams, retained carbons of one-hundred and one letters, and lists of shares to be issued. Letters to Lillian Anderson, Utah Savings and Trust Company, and C. R. Pearsall (1919-1929)

Folder 5

List of Shares for Transfer, Transfer of 100%, 50%, and 0% preference, and a retained carbon of one letter (1922)

Folder 6

One MS, and one retained carbon of a letter, list of subscriptions, unpaid subscriptions, stockholders, and deposits made by T. Mitchell Hastings (1925-1936)

Folder 7

Sixty-eight TLS, seven MS, two telegrams, retained carbons of sixty-one letters, a list of the Sale of Treasury Shares, a Schedule of Stock Registered, a Statement on Stocks, transfer sheets, and Statements of Stocks Subject to Issue (1916-1928)

Folder 8

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney for 1923-24 and 1927. About one-hundred, TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons of letters (1923-1927)

Box 149

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Fourteen TLS, four MS, two telegrams, retained carbons of twenty-one letters, Exploration Syndicate Balance sheet, statements relative to stock, and lists of shares available and money received from shares (1920-1928)

Folder 2

Lists of stockholders in different cities, stock shares, transfers, and records (1916-1930)

Folder 3

Thirty-two TLS, twelve MS, one telegram, retained carbons of fifty-five letters, and transfer of stock lists (1917-1920)

Folder 4

Correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney for 1921-35. Over one-hundred TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons of letters (1920-1935)

Folder 5

Notice of Location of Mines (7); cancelled checks receipts and cover letter from the First National Bank of Elko Nevada; Statement to Stockholders April, 18, 1913; Bank of Pioche Statement; Notice to Shareholders dated April 25, 1919; four TLS, three MS, reports on Sales of Treasury Stock, a floatation unit, and a bill from a supply company; application for stock; and check stubs (1906-1926)

Folder 6

Three retained carbons of letters and two reports on the Property of Pioche Mines (1906-1907)

Box 150

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Account sheets and statements for Bank of Pioche and Merchants Bank; statements of shares sales; Proxy statements, two telegrams, and notice of stockholder meeting (1919-1925)

Folder 2

Account book, stapled in wrappers (1917-1922)

Folder 3

Correspondence of Harry M. Lansdowne and John Janney, 1917-1919, about two-hundred letters, that are TLS, MS, a few telegrams and few retained carbons of letters. Also 15% Premium Pioche Mines Company Certificates and certificates of Assay (1917-1919)

Folder 4

Retained carbons of four letters to Washington, D.C., and miscellaneous notes on hotel stationery (1918)

Folder 5

Correspondence with Merchants Bank of Salt Lake City, Utah. Twenty-one TLS, one MS, five telegrams, and nineteen retained carbons of letters, 1916-17. Also a Summons, 1917, three TLS, one telegram, and five retained carbons of miscellaneous letters (1916-1917)

Folder 6

Miscellaneous letters mainly to people in Leesburg, Virginia, about forty-five letters, TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons, 1917-19. Tax Notices and Delinquency Certificates. Twin Falls, Idaho correspondence (1916-1917)

Box 151

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Seven TLS, six MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of sixteen letters, 1919-20. Also, account information for Commercial National Bank and a Statement of Facts, and two copies of a panoramic photograph. Twin Falls, Idaho correspondence (1917-1920)

Folder 2

Twenty-two TLS, three MS, and eighteen retained carbons of letters, mainly correspondence of Janney and Thomas L. Hume Stockbroker, regarding complaints (1917-1921)

Folder 3

Forty-nine telegrams. Miscellaneous Statements of expenditures, bills, receipts, and Work Records (1907-1920)

Folder 4

Nevada Industrial Commission Actual Gross Pay-roll Reports 1917-28. Seven TLS, and nineteen retained carbons, correspondence with Nevada Industrial Commission, 1918-22. Stapled in wrappers the Biennial Report of the Nevada Industrial Commission, for July 1, 1920-June 30, 1922 (1917-1928)

Folder 5

Correspondence of H. M. Lansdowne and John Janney. About fifty letters regarding progress at the mine, with reports: Original drawing of mine shafts Nos. 15, 19, 3. Weekly reports for July through November, 1918. Progress and Labor reports. Five original sketches of mine shafts (1917-1919)

Folder 6

Thirty-one telegrams regarding supply orders (1918-1919)

Folder 7

Miscellaneous correspondence. Twelve TLS, three MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of sixty-four letters. James J. Marshall, J. Q. Dickinson, and others (1918-1919)

Box 152

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Correspondence of J. Harry Crafton and John Janney, 1919-22. About two-hundred TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons of letters (a) (1918-1922)

Folder 2

Correspondence of J. Harry Crafton and John Janney, 1919-22. About two-hundred TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons of letters (b) (1918-1922)

Folder 3

Survey Notes, order forms (blank), and two checks (1937-1944)

Folder 4

Correspondence of Janney with the Virginia State Corporation Commission et al. About one-hundred TLS, MS, telegrams, and retained carbons of letters, 1919. Also, six printed items, an Application for shares and a signed copy of a legal document entitled, "Exhibit ‘C'". R. S. Ely and James J. Marshall (1919)

Folder 5

Hodges-Cook Mercantile Account information and invoices (1919-1921)

Folder 6

The Heritage of the Desert. Tied with green yarn into printed wrappers. The story of the Pioche Mines Company (1923)

Folder 7

President's Report et al. in wrappers, 1926. Engineer's Report with two maps, stapled in printed wrappers. Brochure, Views of Mines and Milling Plant of the pioche Mines Company. Another pictorial brochure. Two printed letters. Weekly report, and semi monthly time cards (blank). Blank vouchers (1923-1927)

Box 153

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company. Requisition for Mining Supplies (1923)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company. Requisition for Mining Supplies (1925)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company. Requisition for Mining Supplies (1926)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Company. Requisition for Mining Supplies (1926)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Company. Requisition for Mining Supplies (1926)

Box 154

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company. Requisition for Mining Supplies (1927)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company. Time orders, authorization, and certification... (1928-1929)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company. Proxy forms filled in (1924-1925)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Company. Proxy forms filled in (1924-1925)

Box 155

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company. Mine Reports (1925)

Folder 2

Miscellaneous business correspondence and documents. W. W. Grubbs, Distribution of Mill Payroll, bills, and statements (1925)

Folder 3

Miscellaneous lumber and machinery correspondence, telegrams, and documents. George T. Mickle Lumber Co., San Pedro Lumber Co., and Western Machinery Co. (1922-1926)

Folder 4

Champion Tool Works (1925-1926)

Folder 5

Capital Electric Company (1925)

Folder 6

A. M. Castle and Co. (1925-1926)

Folder 7

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company and the Capital Paint Company (1925-1929)

Folder 8

"A-A-1" Rock Salt and Chemical Co., Arcadia Lubricator Company, the Smith and Mills Co., and Sullivan Machinery Company (1925-1927)

Folder 9

Standard Oil Company and Richfield Oil Company (1925-1927)

Folder 10

The F. and E. Check Writer Agency (1925)

Folder 11

Fairbanks, Morse and Co., The Fyr Fyter Co., and W. J. Franklin (1922-1927)

Folder 12

Entz and Rucker (1925)

Folder 13

Declaration in Trust, Oct. 1925, Release of Mortgage, and Installment Receipt, Twin Falls County, Id. (1925)

Folder 14

Stephens-Adamson Mfg. Co. and other machinery companies (1925)

Box 156

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

The Wholesale Typewriter Co., Inc. (1925)

Folder 2

Fred Ward and Son, Utah Fire Clay Company, The W. S. Tyler Company, and Tarr and McComb Corporation (1925-1927)

Folder 3

The Galigher Machinery Co. (1925)

Folder 4

Strevell-Paterson Hardware Co. (1923-1927)

Folder 5

Salt Lake Hardware Co. (1925)

Folder 6

Correspondence of T. Mitchell Hastings and John Janney (1925)

Folder 7

Correspondence of T. Mitchell Hastings and John Janney (1925-1926)

Box 157

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company: Mine Assays. Record book of mines shafts and samples taken from them. The location and description, width, weight, and dollar amount of the sample is given. The ledger is organized and labeled by different mine shafts (1926-1936)

No folder
Folder 2

Nineteen TLS, six MS, eight telegrams, and retained carbons of sixty-three business letters and telegrams concerning account of stockholders of Pioche Mines Company (1919-1920)

Folder 3

Board of Directors Meetings Minutes, for seven meetings in 1929-30. Four notices to Stockholders for 1928. Legal patent papers from 1926 for an improved stemming machine. An Affidavit of John Janney, dated July 24, 1929. A Declaration in Trust by Janney regarding the Nevada Des Moines Group, a trust. Five TLS and five retained carbons of business letters mainly the correspondence of Percy H. Clark, 1927-29. Three notebook pages of notes. Balance sheet for September 1, 1929 (1926-1931)

Folder 4

Seven TLS, one-hundred and nine MS, thirty-eight telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty business letters, being correspondence with Towson E. Smith January to September, 1920 (1920)

Box 158

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including cash statement, payroll, and statements (1917, Aug.)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, statements, invoices, correspondence, and bill of sale (1917, Sep.)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, statements, correspondence, bill of sale, and agreements (1917, Oct.)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, statements, correspondence, and certificate of redemption (1917, Nov.)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, statements, bill of sale, and agreement (1917, Dec.)

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, statements, and agreement (1918, Jan.)

Folder 7

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, and statements (1918, Feb.)

Folder 8

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, and statements (1918, Mar.)

Box 159

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company. Segregation of accounts (1918, Apr.)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including payroll and statements (1918, May)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, and statements (1918, June)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, statements, correspondence, and certificate of redemption (1918, July)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts and payroll (1918, Aug.)

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, statements, and correspondence (1918, Oct.)

Box 160

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, statements, and correspondence (1918, Nov.)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including segregation of accounts, payroll, statements, and bill of sale (1918, Dec.)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company. Payroll and time orders (1919)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Company. Payroll and time order (1921)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including payroll, statements, and time order (1922)

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Company. Miscellaneous financial records including payroll and statements (1922, Jan.)

Folder 7

Pioche Mines Company miscellaneous bill from Western Union Telegraph Co., statement from J. W. Christian, and notes concerning capital stock and subscription to debentures (1923-1929)

Folder 8

Pioche Mines Company bank statement (1919, Dec.)

District National Bank
Folder 9

Pioche Mines Company bank statement (1923, July)

Bank of Pioche
Folder 10

Pioche Mines Company bank statement (1927, Feb.)

Bank of Pioche
Folder 11

Pioche Mines Company bank statements (1928)

Bank of Pioche
Folder 12

Pioche Mines Company bank statement (1930-1931)

District National Bank
Box 161

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 1976-2320 (1921)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 4437-4598 (1925)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 4671-5300 (1925)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 5301-5705 (1925-1926)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 5706-5726 (1926)

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 5727-6101 (1926)

Box 162

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 6102-6689 (1926)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 6690-7199 (1926)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 7200-7784 (1926-1927)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 7788-8339 (1927)

Box 163

Pioche Mines Company

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 8340-8939 (1927-1928)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 8940-9533 (1928)

Folder 3

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 10014-10430 (1928)

Folder 4

Pioche Mines Company check registers nos. 10636-10793 (1938-1942)

Folder 5

Pioche Mines Company bank statement (1931, Sep.)

District National Bank
Folder 6

Pioche Mines Company bank statements (1938-1940

Bank of Pioche
Folder 7

Pioche Mines Company. Blank weekly report form [undated]

Box 164

Pioche Mines Company and Tenabo Mining

Folder 1

Articles of Incorporation for Pioche Mines and Copy of By-Laws (1907)

Folder 2

Bullion Transport Company Docs. Fat file. Early docs. of Two Widows Copper Company. Also in this file: Contract of Lease of Gold Quartz Mining Company, Articles of Incorporation, 1908 Court Case against Bullion Corporation, Bill of Sale, etc. (a) (1907-1908)

Folder 3

Bullion Transport Company Docs. Fat file. Early docs. of Two Widows Copper Company. Also in this file: Contract of Lease of Gold Quartz Mining Company, Articles of Incorporation, 1908 Court Case against Bullion Corporation, Bill of Sale, etc. (b) (1907-1908)

Folder 4

Financial and business correspondence, in regard to Tenabo properties, ca. 100 pp. Locker and Janney Mines and Mining, and Charles P. Janney (1907-1908)

Folder 5

Financial and business correspondence, in regard to Tenabo properties, ca. 100 pp. Application for Patent for the Widows Mine lode, H. M. Lansdowne and Twin Falls, Idaho correspondence (1908)

Box 165

Pioche Mines Company and Tenabo Mining

Folder 1

Tenabo correspondence. Pioche Mines Company printed statement, 1909, and printed offering of 50,000 shares. Plus MS record of sales of shares. Plus Twin Falls Idaho Investment Prospectus (1907-1909)

Folder 2

Quit Claim Deed. Report on Pioche Mining Co. 1911 Directors Meeting; Stock Application Book Pioche Last Chance Mining Company, pink paper; plus set on blue paper, some extractions, plus property description, plus Lansdowne report on property. Reports on available ore. Minutes, Third Annual Meeting. Agreement, Tenabo and French Bankers. Law suit Bates vs. Tenabo, two bulky documents (a) (1907-1911)

Folder 3

Quit Claim Deed. Report on Pioche Mining Co. 1911 Directors Meeting; Stock Application Book Pioche Last Chance Mining Company, pink paper; plus set on blue paper, some extractions, plus property description, plus Lansdowne report on property. Reports on available ore. Minutes, Third Annual Meeting. Agreement, Tenabo and French Bankers. Law suit Bates vs. Tenabo, two bulky documents (b) (1907-1911)

Box 166

Pioche Mines Company and Tenabo Mining

Folder 1

Court case against Tenabo Mining, Articles of Incorporation of the Two Widows Copper Company and Nevada-Cortez Mining Company, Financial Journal, early correspondence, ca. 100 pp., stockholders minutes (1907-1908)

Folder 2

Indenture between Tenabo Consolidated Mines Company and Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company (1910)

Folder 3

Report on the property of the Pioche-Last Chance Mining Company (1907)

Folder 4

Special Meeting of Directors and Certified Copies Resolution Board of Directors Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company (1911)

Folder 5

General Report signed by W. S. Elton (1906)

Folder 6

Quit Claim Deed. P. B. Locker (1907)

Folder 7

Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company Semi-Annual Statement (1910, June)

Folder 8

Pioche Last Chance Mining Company. Capital Stock 1 000 000 shares. Treasury Stock 400 000 shares [undated]

Folder 9

Minutes of the Annual Stockholders Meeting of the Tenabo Mining and Smelting Company and Board of Directors Meeting (1911-1912)

Folder 10

Onyx-Marble Property Report (1909)

Folder 11

Bullion Transportation Company Stock Certificates: May, Petherbridge, Hamlyn, each for five shares (1907)

Folder 12

Minutes, Philadelphia Meeting, 1910, Tenabo. Janney Brings lawsuit for fraud (1910)

Folder 13

Writ of Attachment. A. W. Hesson and George Engler against Bullion Transportation Company (1908)

Folder 14

[Tenabo Mining and Smelting Co.] notes and letters (1907-1912)

Box 167

Pioche Mines Company: Primarily maps, plats, and sketches

Folder 1

Plat of the Claim of Nevada-Volcano Mines Company, Volcano Lode (1916, Oct. 31)

Folder 2

Nevada Lincoln County General Highways, 1937. Relevant to Janney properties. (4) With Quadrangle, Lincoln County, NW 1-4 Panaca (1937)

Folder 3

Working, Yuba and Mazeppa Mines. Ore Shoots [undated]

Folder 4

Present Major Operations of the Pioche Mines Company [undated]

Folder 5

R. K. Cobb and Co. Brokers, printed map of Pioche Mines Ely Mining District (1909)

Folder 6

Map of Goler, Randsburg Summit by Frank Walker [undated]

Folder 7

Plan for Mandha Mine, 900 Level-Headframe [undated]

Folder 8

Geological Map of S. W. Claims (1949, Nov. 1)

Folder 9

Ely Valley Mine Plan 500-600 Level (1944, May 1)

Folder 10

Geological Sketch of Ely Valley Mine [undated]

Folder 11

Grinding Arrangement No. 1 [undated]

Folder 12

Grinding Arrangement No. 1a [undated]

Folder 13

Grinding Arrangement No. 1b [undated]

Folder 14

Floatation Arrangement Nos., 1, 2, 3 [undated]

Folder 15

Steel Ore Bin; 1c, 2c, 3c (Conveyer No. 2) [undated]

Folder 16

Wilfley Table Arrangement No. 1 [undated]

Folder 17

Grinding Mills Arrangement Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5 [undated]

Folder 18

Standard Bucket Elevators (Dry) (1922)

Folder 19

E. H Stroud and Company. Installation of Class O Pulverizer. (2) With Detail of Storage Bins for Powdered Coal and plan No. 1080 [undated]

Folder 20

Tension Station No. 1 (1914)

Folder 21

20 Foot and 25 Foot Tramway Towers with Foundations (1914)

Folder 22

Standard Bucket Elevators (Wet) [undated]

Box 168

Pioche Mines Company and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Reports for the Year 1926. Tied with yarn into printed wrappers (1926)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Company technical correspondence and assay reports. Technical reports from the American Cyanamid Company (1927-1929)

Folder 3

Requisition for Supplies for Pioche Mines Company and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1928-1929)

Folder 4

Eighteen TLS, one MS, thirteen telegrams, and retained carbons of nineteen business letters, being the correspondence of W. W. Grubbs and John Janney (1929)

Folder 5

Inventory of fire loss in the Mill Fire of September 14, 1929 for the Insurance Adjuster (1929)

Folder 6

Pioche Mines Company correspondence with various manufacturing and supply companies and mill fire (1929)

Folder 7

Pioche Mines Company technical correspondence about rebuilding new mill (1930)

Box 169

Pioche Mines Company and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Check Book Used by Pioche Mines on Various Banks: E. W. and Clark and Co. Bankers (1929)

Folder 2

Philadelphia National Bank (1934)

Folder 3

Check Book Used by Pioche Mines on Various Banks: The First National Bank (1934-1935)

Folder 4

Check Book Used by Pioche Mines on Various Banks: District National Bank [undated]

Box 170

Pioche Mines Company and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Assay Map 1200 Level No. 3 Mine, and 800 Level No. 3 Mine (1931)

Folder 2

Water Door Frame. Ely Valley (1944)

Folder 3

Layout of Elevator Head and Boot. Pioche Mines Company (1923)

Folder 4

General Arrangement Elevator and Screen. Pioche Mines Company (1925)

Folder 5

Profile of Aerial Tramway [undated]

Folder 6

Ely Valley Mine Section "A-A". Section thru. Proposed Shaft Square to Quartzite Uplift Fault (1941)

Folder 7

Meadow Valley Mine. Part of Workings on Lower Levels, Plan View, Showing Old Workings Driven Away from the Ore, Also Showing How New Work Has Opened up the Ore [undated]

Folder 8

Wilfley Tables Arrangement No. 1 [undated]

Folder 9

Working, Yuba and Mazeppa Mines [undated]

Folder 10

For 5'-0" Wet Mill (1936, Mar. 18)

Folder 11

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Discharge End 5' x 12' Tube Mill Cast Iron Casting (1936, Feb. 10)

Folder 12

Discharge Screen for Wet Grinding Mill [undated]

Folder 13

5 x 12 Hording Mill (1935, Jan. 20)

Folder 14

Map of Old Stopes. Meadow Valley Mines, Nos. 3, 5, 7, shafts [undated]

Box 171

Pioche Mines Company and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Order Book or Want Book with MS lists of needed equipment and sketches. Cloth over board, about 15" by 5.75" [undated]

Folder 2

Stock Book: An unused Application for Shares of stock in Pioche Mines Company. Bound in boards with a cloth spine, oblong [undated]

Folder 3

Ledger: Daily Log for Mill operators, MS entries dated from February 23, 1938 to March 27, 1938. Gray cloth with red leather corners (1938, Feb.-Mar.)

Folder 4

Ledger: Mill and Test Assays Records for 1938, pages one through nine only are written on. Red leather corners and gray cloth (1938)

Folder 5

Twelve MSL from J. E. Baylor, et al. Thirty-six telegrams from Baylor, J. Harry Crafton, H. R. Burton, Janney, and Grubbs. Twenty-seven TLS from Baylor, Graddy Cary, Erskine Gordon, Crafton, H. S. Beckler, and G. C. Berkefeld. Fifty-six retained carbon letters from Janney in response to these letters all from 1922-23. One account sheet (1922-1923)

Folder 6

Equipment purchase orders number 152 [undated] to number 309 for January 10, 1922 (1922)

Folder 7

Three MS letters, four telegrams, and one TLS from George Zingshoem. Two TLS from Wm. A. Perkes and C. R. Pearsall. Nineteen retained carbons of letters to Zingshoem, Perkes, Pearsall, and Florence Thompson Vedder, from Janney, dated January 1922 to June, 1923. (1922-1923)

Folder 8

Strevell-Patterson Hardware Co. invoices, statements of account, credit memos and one retained carbon of a letter from Pioche Mines Company (1926-1927)

Box 172

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Sketch of Properties of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. [undated]

Folder 2

1939 Board of Directors Meeting minutes and financial summary of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Including miscellaneous receipts (1939-1940)

Folder 3

Papers regarding the 1939 Audit and three drafts of the audit done by Dewey O. Simon (1939)

Folder 4

Two posters that are notices to employees about medical treatment offered by the company only through Dr. J. H. Hastings [undated]

Folder 5

Miscellaneous Mine Account Records (1928-1939)

Folder 6

1965 Newspaper clippings on the Civil Rights March on Washington D. C. and other Civil Rights Episodes (a) (1953-1959)

Civil Rights—United States
Folder 7

1965 Newspaper clippings on the Civil Rights March on Washington D. C. and other Civil Rights Episodes (b) (1962)

Civil Rights—United States
Box 173

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

1965 Newspaper clippings on the Civil Rights March on Washington D. C. and other Civil Rights Episodes (1963)

Civil Rights—United States
Folder 2

1965 Newspaper clippings on the Civil Rights March on Washington D. C. and other Civil Rights Episodes (1964-1965)

Civil Rights—United States
Folder 3

One TLS from Governor George Wallace, a MS note, and retained carbons of three letters to or from Wallace, and a statement made by Wallace. Ten TLS, one MS note, and retained carbons of ten miscellaneous letters regarding civil rights. Two news clippings, and a newsletter entitled Closer-Up (1952-1963)

Folder 4

Retained carbons of ten business letters regarding a civil rights situation and Constitutional issues, and appealing to Governor Barnett of Mississippi, and a retained carbon of a paper to governors from The Defenders of the American Constitution Corporated (1962)

Folder 5

Pamphlet: The Story of the Freeman. Stapled in printed wrappers, 16pp. (1952)

Folder 6

Pamphlet: The Dodd Report to the American People. 1956. Stapled in printed wrappers, 17pp. (1956)

Folder 7

Pamphlet: A Cause To Win: Five Speeches by Herbert Hoover. Stapled in printed wrappers, 32pp. [1951?]

Folder 8

Pamphlet: 100 Things You Should Know About Communism in the U. S. A. Stapled in wrappers (1948)

Folder 9

Pamphlet: The Unpopular Front. By Arthur Lunn. Stapled in wrappers, 36pp. (1937)

Folder 10

Pamphlet: The Present Republican Opportunity by A Democrat, Carl Vrooman. Stapled in printed wrappers, 90pp. (1936)

Folder 11

The Facts in Review. Two issues from October 6, and 19, 1939 (1939)

Folder 12

Six Pamphlets by Marilyn R. Allen, with a short signed note dated 11-26-52, and a TLS (1952)

Box 174

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Three business money reports (Cash advances and interest payments). Declaration in Trust by Janney. Note from Albert P. Gerhard. Letter from Janney to E. G. Woods regarding the holding of Nevada Volcano Mines Company stock during a merger of Pioche Mines Consolidated , Inc., and Pioche Mines Company (1938-1943)

Folder 2

Ely Valley Mine. Three TLS and retained carbons for seven business letters and a list of receipts and disbursements. Letters to and from John Janney, Alfred Hunt and W. W. Grubbs (1934-1942)

Folder 3

Col. Wm. Innes Forbes. One telegram and retained carbons of eight business letters (1939-1940)

Folder 4

Commander Miles P. (Miles Percy) Duval, Jr. (1896-1989), U.S.S. Antares and John Janney. Fourteen TLS and retained carbons of five letters (1939-1940)

Folder 5

A. C. Milner of the Milner Corporation in Salt Lake City, Utah and John Janney. Twenty MS letters, eleven TLS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-eight business letters (1939-1940)

Folder 6

Douglas A. Busey and Bruce R. Thompson. Nineteen TLS and retained carbons of twenty-two business letters to and from John Janney (1941)

Folder 7

Col. Chas. L. Frailey, Washington D. C.: Retained carbons of two business letters from Janney (1940)

Folder 8

Judge William L. Feisinger and John Janney correspondence. Seven TLS and retained carbons of seven business letters (1939-1940)

Folder 9

Douglas A. Busey and John Janney correspondence. 1940-1948. Legal correspondence. Thirty-three TLS, fifteen telegrams, and retained carbons for ninety-five letters. Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee, and E. Clarence Miller and Edward C. Dale, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1940-1950)

Folder 10

George P. Browning and John Janney business correspondence. Eight MS letters and retained carbons of eleven letters (1939-1948)

Folder 11

Arthur P. Lamneck, Cardinal Fuel and Supply Co. and John Janney correspondence. Three TLS and retained carbons of eight letters (1939-1940)

Folder 12

J. Harry Crafton and John Janney correspondence. Two MS letters and retained carbons of twelve letters (1939-1940)

Folder 13

Stuart H. Taylor of Twin Falls Idaho and John Janney correspondence. Forty-two TLS, one MS letter, ten telegrams, and retained carbons of forty-three business letters on insurance dated from 1939-49. A Fire Insurance Policy and a signed Warrantee (1939-1949)

Folder 14

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (Haley Fiske) and John Janney correspondence. One MS, and one retained carbon (1939)

Box 175

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Clarence M. Hawkins, attorney and John Janney correspondence regarding the lawsuit, Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee, and E. Clarence Miller, and Edward C. Dale vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Pioche Mines Company, and John Janney, defendants. 1940-41. One TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons for seventeen business letters with multiple copies. One letter is to Alfred Hunt from Janney, regarding the case and Hawkins opinions on it (1940-1941)

Folder 2

Walker Brothers Bankers, a Corporation, Plaintiff vs. John Janney, Defendant, Stipulation for Taking Depositions, multiple copies. One letter to Percy H. Clark, attorney regarding legal matters. A TS note to Janney regarding actions of Percy H. Clark. TLS to Janney from Kenneth Wilson. Retained carbon of a letter from Janney to W. R. Rowlings at the Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co. (1933-1945)

Folder 3

Three retained carbons of business letters to Joseph B. Mayer, Frank M. Perley Trust Investment Officer with American Security Trust Co., and Col. William Innes Forbes from Janney addressing problems with bondholders specifically in regards to Percy H. Clark (1940)

Folder 4

Correspondence of Towson E. Smith and John Janney. Sixty-three TLS, and retained carbons of sixteen letters regarding the personal finances and needs of Smith, a self proclaimed locator of oil pools, and Janney's responses and brief descriptions of his own problems involving law suits (1940-1956)

Folder 5

Four retained carbons of requests from W. A. Denton to Johnson W. Lloyd to send his Old Age Assistance checks the Janney. One MS note and one typed note. One MS letter to Janney from Denton asking for money (1940-1941)

Folder 6

Retained carbons of five letters by Janney regarding legal matters concerning the lawsuit by Percy H. Clark. Two TLS and one retained carbon concerning other legal matters. A document entitled Synopsis, 1932, about the situation with Percy H. Clark (1948-1949)

Folder 7

One TLS and a memo regarding the lawsuit against Percy H. Clark and Boiler Patents (1947)

Folder 8

Amended answer of the defense in the case Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co. vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Six TLS, three telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty-sixty business letters (some duplicates) the correspondence of C. M. Hawkins and Janney. Photocopy of a contract (1941-1945)

Folder 9

Three TLS, One MS letter, and retained carbons of three business letters, and a receipt from Jerome, Idaho. Property of John Janney: Machinery, tools, timbers, and various articles, stored at the Goler property, Randsburg, Calif. (1940-1946)

Folder 10

Five TLS and retained carbons of seven business letters to and from Thatcher and Woodburn, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, regarding the Percy H. Clark Case and Fidelity -Philadelphia Trust Co. vs. PMC, Inc. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Pioche Nevada (1943-1949)

Folder 11

Memo on the case of Pioche Mines Company and a merger with Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Motion from PMC lawsuit (1942)

Folder 12

Retained carbons of thirty-seven business letters and four TLS about legal matters, nine telegrams, and one business document. Requisition for Issuance of New Income Bonds and Common Stock of PMC. Letters to Percy H. Clark, Robert F. Holden, Richard E. Dwight, and others (1943-1945)

Folder 13

Fourteen TLS, one MS letter, and retained carbons of thirteen letters, most to or from Janney, including plans to attend a mining convention in Colorado (1939-1940)

Folder 14

Report to Stockholders for September 15, 1931, December 4, 1929, and May 31, 1929. A report by Theron H. Tracy on Pioche Mines Consolidated, done December 18, 1930. Balance sheets for November 30, 1937, a Declaration in Trust, and a Note to Stockholders dated October 14, 1929 (1929-1937)

Folder 15

Three typed copies of business letters from Percy H. Clark, 1929-30 regarding rebuilding the mill and Philadelphia shareholders (1929-1930)

Folder 16

Thirteen TLS and retained carbons of twenty-six business letters being the correspondence of H. R. Cooke and Tom Cooke Attorneys at Law, John Janney and Clarence Hawkins regarding a lawsuit against Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., and an affidavit attached to a letter (1940-1953)

Box 176

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Minutes from Board of Directors Meetings 1929-39, thirteen meetings and one from 1923. Retained carbons of two business letters, and two Resolutions regarding the Mill fire of September 14, 1929 and bondholders (1923-1939)

Folder 2

Four TLS and retained carbons of three business letters being mainly the correspondence of Percy H. Clark, A. C. Milner, and John Janney. A Notice to the Stockholders of Pioche Mines Consolidated from March, 1929 and one to the Stockholders of American Tin Corporation, December (1929)

Folder 3

Board of Directors Meetings Minutes 1942-44, and a copy of a Settlement Agreement for a merger or consolidation of Pioche Mines Company, Nevada Volcano Mines Co., and Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1942-1944)

Folder 4

Two telegrams and one TLS and one retained carbon of a business letter, and records of Meeting of the Boston Committee representing stockholders and creditors of Pioche Mines Consolidated for May 6, and May 21, 1942 (1942)

Folder 5

Two TLS and retained carbons of two business letters, two of which are to Richard E. Dwight in New York City, and one copy of the merger agreement between Pioche Mines Co. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., and Nevada Volcano Mines Co. (1942-1943)

Folder 6

Copies of Civil Action No. 101, Fidelity Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee, et al., vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated Inc. et al., interveners being Henry G. Brooks, Theodore E. Brown, and Lawrence R. Lee. Retained carbons of four business letters regarding legal matters and various drafts of a complaint, Sections 9 and 10, 1940 (1940)

Extremely brittle
Folder 7

Eighteen TLS, Six MS, one telegram, and retained carbons of fifteen miscellaneous business letters and two memoranda. A notice to security holder of the company, a pamphlet of speeches given in the Senate on December 11 and 16, 1942, and a newspaper clipping about a Nevada Mill (1942-1943)

Folder 8

Four TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons of twenty-four miscellaneous business letters. Also, two Reports Of Operation for December, 1942 and January 1943, a notice for a stockholders' meeting, financial sheets on stockholders, and drafts of a legal statement (1939-1955)

Folder 9

Thirty-six TLS, one telegram, and retained carbons of sixty-nine business letters being the correspondence of E. G. Woods, Secretary of Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. mainly regarding failure to meet the payroll and the problems with labor (1942-1943)

Folder 10

One retained carbon of a business letter and a draft of a 4% Sinking Fund Income Bond due October 1, 1973 (1939-1973)

Folder 11

Stock Ledger Balance for June 1, 1944 and October 6, 1929 (1929-1944)

Folder 12

Twenty TLS, one MS, two telegrams, and retained carbons of fourteen miscellaneous business letters. Many are from or to Jim Hulse, E. G. Woods, Alfred Hunt, and John Janney (1944)

Folder 13

Three TLS, eight MS, and retained carbons of six business letters, mainly to or from Richard K. Baker, 1945, and one letter to the stockholders from John Janney (1943-1949)

Folder 14

Three TLS and retained carbons of four business letters regarding a payment (1946)

Folder 15

One TLS and one retained carbon of a business letter, and a copy of a legal document, Civil Action 101, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee, and E. Clarence Miller and Edward C. Dale vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Pioche Mines Company, and John Janney (1947)

Folder 16

One unsigned ominous letter, an Analysis of an imaginary Appeal to Court, Nov. 1948, notes on Cornish Analysis, three legal documents from the case Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co., and Clarence Miller, and Edward C. Dale, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc., Pioche Mines Company, and John Janney, and Samuel W. Ford, Trustee Inception to December 31, 1948 (1947-1948)

Box 177

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Civil Action 101, the Case of Fidelity-Philadelphia vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. et al, two copies of Answer to Supplemental Complaint, two copies of Counterclaim to Supplemental Complaint, a Affidavit of T. Mitchell Hastings, Affidavit of John Janney, a Memorandum on Percy H. Clark, and notes on the case. Synopsis of a Settlement Agreement, three reports from the Protective Bondholders' Committee, a Virginia Shareholders Report, papers on Volcano Mines Company, eight TLS, one MS, and retained carbons of thirty-one business letters (1940-1949)

Folder 2

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. Pioche Mines Company, John Janney and Richard K. Baker vs. Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Trustee, and E. Clarence Miller and Edward C. Dale: A brochure on the case from the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and a booklet stapled in wrappers upon reversal In the Supreme Court of the United States No. 413 including an "Answer to Petition For Writ of Centiorari," a typed Memo relating to the Counter-claim, and a list of disputed issues. Also, a booklet entitled 200,000 Shares (This Offering) Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. a prospectus for December (1936-1953)

Folder 3

The Dolman Case, Civil Suit No. 311, Dolman, et al, plaintiffs, vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated Inc., et al, defendants, the following papers: Affidavit of John Janney, In opposition to Request of Receiver For Authority to Issue Receiver's Certificate, Affidavit of John Janney, Ely Valley Trust Agreement, Motion to Stay Order Appointing Receiver, Motion for Supersedius, Motion to Remove Receiver and for Other Relief, and a Notice of Appeal. For the appeal, Case No. 17709 a Motion of Appellants to Disqualify Attorneys for Appellees, an Introductory Statement, and Points and Authorities In Support of Petitioners' Motion to Disqualify Attorneys. Two copies of an Affidavit of Carl Eugene Darby. Copies of eleven letters regarding the cases from 1961 and 1962 (1939-1962)

Folder 4

Copies of seven Affidavits and an Order Appointing Receiver in the Dolman Case (1962)

Folder 5

Drafts of legal statements and briefs in the Fidelity-Philadelphia case, including statements by Janney, Richard T. Naylor, and Clark (1931-1941)

Folder 6

One TLS, and thirteen retained carbons of letters regarding the Fidelity-Philadelphia case, and retained carbons of about eighteen drafts of different legal documents, memos and statements concerned with this case (1943-1965)

Box 178

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Accounts Receivable sheets (1939, Aug.)

Folder 2

Two copies of an Interrogatory, and an Objection, and a memo in the case of Fidelity-Philadelphia (1949)

Folder 3

Two TLS, and copies of four motions, complaints, and memoranda from the Fidelity-Philadelphia case (1947-1948)

Folder 4

Six different Pleadings or Court Orders for the Fidelity-Philadelphia case (1944-1950)

Folder 5

Five legal papers, signed by James M. Faulkner regarding stock (1938-1946)

Folder 6

Supplement To Appellants' Answering Brief, bound: 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, Apellees [undated]

Folder 7

Papers from the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co. vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. et al., Civil Action 101, including notes for a "Preliminary Pretrial Statement of Pioche Mines Consolidated," 14pp; an edited "Complaint in Intervention," 8pp; pages 42-57 of a Detailed Analysis of different affidavits, four additional pages of notes, an "Amended Answer of Pioche Mines Company," 23pp; a "Memorandum of Point and Authorities on the Motions to Strike, Etc. and Defendant's Motion to File Additional Counterclaims and to Bring in Additional Parties," 22pp; notes entitled "Jusrisdiction," 21pp; notes on the "Situation of Debenture Holders," 5pp, four pages of legal notes refering to similarities and rulings in prior cases, a rough draft of a letter to Mr. Benham M. Black regarding the law suit, a pamphlet of Rules of Practice of United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and a Report for the Year 1928 of the Pioche Mines Company (1928-1941)

Folder 8

Twenty-two TLS, two MS, and retained carbons of twelve business letters from Francis T. Cornish, attorney from Berkeley, CA, regarding Pioche and Oriental Cases (1949)

Folder 9

Two TLS, and retained carbons of five business letters being the correspondence of George E. Robinette and John Janney (1937-1938)

Folder 10

Three TLS, two MS, and retained carbons of four letters regarding credit agents, and Power of Attorney Statement (1938)

Folder 11

Three TLS and retained carbons of five letters that are correspondence with Henry G. Brooks regarding legal matters (1940-1942)

Folder 12

Debenture Holders Reports for 1938, 1944, Reorganization Plan, and Facts Relating to Gerhard Loan Company with nine retained carbons of letters mainly by Percy H. Clark (1936-1944)

Folder 13

Pool Receipts for shares of stock [approx. 1930s]

Box 179

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

A report to Stockholders, notice from the stockholders investigative committee, a list of bondholders, an Affidavit of Richard K. Baker, copy of Exhibits Attached to Affidavit of E. G. Woods, a subscription agreement and list, several copies of a business letter to J. Harry Crafton, two other business letters, and papers from the case Walker Brothers Bankers vs. John Janney (1936-1938)

Folder 2

A list of Excerpts of Letters from Percy H. Clark to John Janney, fourteen pages of notes, one retained carbon of a business letter from Percy H. Clark, a Memo on Breach of Contract,a notice entitled Protective Bondholders Committee of Pioche Mines Consolidated, a brochure for Security Holders, and a statement made by Augustus Putnam of comments made about John Janney (1941-1944)

Folder 3

A Motion for Supersedius, and four pages of notes on the case of Dolman vs. Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. (1962)

Folder 4

Papers regarding the law suit Civil Action No. 101 and Affidavit of Thomas B. K. Ringe Contra Motion For Order Directing Deposit in Court, and a Statement to the Court On Motion to Deposit Bonds and File Counter-Claim, a Statement of Association with Interveners and Authorization of Attorneys, and one TLS and one retained carbon of a letter, both regarding the case (1942-1964)

Folder 5

Ten TLS, fourteen telegrams, and retained carbons of fifty-one letters that are correspondence of Richard E. Dwight and John Janney (1939-1954)

Folder 6

One TLS regarding the Stever-Andrews Lease (1952)

Folder 7

Twenty-three TLS, ten MS, seven telegrams, and retained carbons of twenty-four letters, that are correspondence of Edward O. Boget and John Janney (1939-1952)

Folder 8

Five TLS, one telegrams, and retained carbons of thirteen letters, the correspondence of Alan Bible and John Janney (1946-1948)

Folder 9

Three TLS, three MS, clippings, and retained carbons of ten letter, correspondence of T. M. Fendall and John Janney, and a Power of Attorney Agreement (1929-1946)

Folder 10

Geo. N. Fleming and Company: Five TLS and retained carbons of three letters (1946-1949)

Folder 11

Sullivan Machinery Company: Five TLS, retained carbons of five letters, and one equipment catalogue (1944-1946)

Folder 12

Nine TLS and retained carbons of fifteen letters being correspondence of Eric A. McCouch and John Janney (1944-1945)

Folder 13

Two TLS, and retained carbons of eight letters, the correspondence of Hale and Dorr with John Janney (1944-1945)

Folder 14

Three MS and two retained carbons, all correspondence of C. G. Hoag and John Janney (1944-1946)

Folder 15

Pacific Machinery Company: Ten TLS, five telegrams, and retained carbons of seven letters, and three pages of notes (1945)

Folder 16

Retained carbons of four letters being correspondence with Augustus Hemenway (1942-1944)

Folder 17

A. Carlisle and Company: Seven TLS, seven telegrams, and retained carbons of eleven letters, regarding printing bonds (1943-1944)

Folder 18

Progress Reports of Wide-Awake Mine for January through June, 1942, and a map of the Hulse-Lazarinni Lease (1942)

Folder 19

Six TLS and retained carbons of thirteen letters, all correspondence of Wm. J. Moore and John Janney (1939-1949)

Box 180

Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc.

Folder 1

Three legal papers from the case Sutton, Steele and Steele, Inc. vs. John Janney, a Lease Extension Agreement, thirty-two TLS, retained carbons of twenty-three letters, one memo, mainly correspondence with or regarding Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Corporation, a MS and a TS description of a verbal lease agreement, and legal papers from their case against John Janney (1926-1939)

Folder 2

Fourteen TLS and fifteen retained carbons, mainly correspondence with Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Corporation (1933-1938)

Folder 3

Two TLS, two MS, retained carbons of three letters, one memo, one dictation record, and in wrappers a pamphlet from the October Term 1964 of the United States Supreme Court in which the Dolman case was heard (1961-1964)

Folder 4

Amalgamated Pioche Mines and Smelters Corporation: Three TLS one typed letter, retained carbons of ten letters, and two copies of legal action in the case they made against Pioche Mines Consolidated, Inc. and John Janney (1934-1939)

Folder 5

One TLS, four retained carbons of letters, and two Roll Call Newsletters, and a copy of Toscin (1963-1965)

Folder 6

One TLS, retained carbons of twenty letters, mainly correspondence with Millard D. Grubbs, four memos, a article called "The Governor is on the Spot," statements relating to the Supreme Court Case, retained carbons of articles from the Constitution (1961-1963)

Folder 7

Four TLS, one copy of a letter, and retained carbons of a letter for stockholders inquiring about litigation (1964-1965)

Folder 8

One TLS, seven retained carbons of papers and statements from the Dolman case (1962)

Folder 9

One retained carbon of a letter, a memo, three motion from the Dolman case, and a paper entitled, "What This Case is All About" (1963)

Folder 10

Four retained carbons of letters to Harold M. Morse, Attorney at Law (1963)

Folder 11

Retained carbons of drafts of a Preliminary Discussion of Sale of Equipment (1963)

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, P