This collection contains 44 pieces of
documents, correspondence, and ephemera of the Wiley Gold Mining Company, incorporated in 1905 with mining claims primarily
in Lida, Nevada.
The Wiley Gold Mining Company was incorporated in 1905 and its mining claims were
primarily in Lida, Nevada. Dr. James Thompson, the company's secretary, was based in
Kansas City, Missouri, and he was responsible for a great deal of the company's
day-to-day business. The other officers of the company included Roland Hughes,
president; W.F. Wyman, vice-president; and C.C. Marsh; treasurer.
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