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Logue family papers
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Letters from brothers Claude and Nelson Logue, and Claude's wife Margaret Logue, to parents Ida and Reuben Logue in Aspen, Colorado, describing work and daily life. Some documents related to the Chronicle Gold Mining Company are also included.
Nelson W. Logue (1874-1944) and Claude L. Logue (1876-1959) were brothers from Colorado involved with the mining industry in the Western United States. Claude Logue was married to Margaret M. Hamilton Logue (1878-1946), and worked as an assayer and mining engineer, and the couple moved around between Colorado, Nevada, and Montana due to Claude's work. Nelson Logue attended the Colorado School of Mines and worked as an engineer, primarily in Arizona for the American Smelting and Refining Company.
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