Papers belonging to American mining engineer Robert Chester Turner.
Robert Chester Turner (active 1887-1919), a mining engineer who lived in Berkeley, California, was vice-president of the Brunswick
Consolidated Gold Mining Company, which had offices in both New York and California.
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