Mines and mineral resources
Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white photographic reproduction of Mrs. Elizabeth 'Baby Doe' Tabor (insert) wearing white hat in 1884 and stepping out of the cabin at the Matchless Mine in Leadville, Colo. in 1934.
Black and white photographic image of Ms. Elizabeth 'Baby Doe' Tabor walking out of the cabin at the Matchless Mine located in Leadville, Colorado.
Black and white photographic image of Ms. Elizabeth 'Baby Doe' Tabor (l) and Mr. Derk Wilmouth standing in an unknown location.
The Batchellor and Chatfield Family papers contain memorabilia and clippings relating to Isaac Batchellor, correspondence of Ellen (Nellie) Chatfield Batchellor, letters to Nellie and a brother from Charles and Clark Chatfield during their service in the Civil War, and memorabilia and correspondence of Charlotte Batchellor Sheppard.
The Businesses Collection reflects the diverse role Jews played in the economic growth of the American West, particularly within Colorado. It includes a paper on Jewish businesses and articles and documents from and about a variety of businesses, dating from 1890 to 2007.
This box contains: Gilpin County map of 1906, Coeur d’Alene Mine, Report on the Barnes Group of Mines, “The Mountain States, Mineral Age” publication, and Pine Creek Miners Association minute books.
This box includes: Pine Creek Miner's Association roll book, Pine Creek Miner’s Association minute books, Pine Creek Miner’s Association constitution and by-laws, Pine Creek Miners Association Financial ledgers, and receipt books.
According to Horace Waters, the family of Meyers Harris was in Boulder during the 1870s and 1880s. He and his wife Jeanett had four daughters (Anna, Sarah, Etta, Rebecca), all of whom were born in Michigan before the family moved to Colorado. The families of Benjamin, Moses, and George B. Holstein were in Boulder and Blackhawk during the 1870s and 80s, where they were involved in the clothing and mining industries (specifically the Cohen Lode).