Title:George Adams Locke letters and related papers, 1866-1909
Creator/Contributor:Locke, George Adams, 1834?-1909, creator
Letters to his family include one from San Francisco, 1866; two from Slabtown, California, 1867; and eight from Montana, 1869-1871,
1898, written at Reynolds City, Bear Town, Yreka, and Bear Mouth, exhibiting the vicissitudes of mining, the activities of
vigilante committees, and the lonely bachelorhood of aging settlers who never struck it rich. Three letters to a sister, Mrs.
Albert M. Tufts, concern his last illness and death.
Subject:Mines and mineral resources -- Montana
Vigilance committees -- Montana
West (U.S.) -- Description and travel
17 items in portfolio.
BANC MSS P-I 110