Copper mines and mining
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Fred Kruse Jr. (1880-1937) studied at the University of Denver and Columbia University. This collection contains his class notes and notebooks, dated from 1904 to 1907. The notebooks originate from Kruse's courses including Geology, Chemistry, Mechanics, Metallurgy, Minerals, Book Keeping, and Mining Laws.
Letter written on copper from Harold Winograd to his sister Eleanor Judd. Harold and Florence Winograd took a trip with two of their sons to the Kennecutt open-pit mine in Utah, near the Salt Lake. The mine had souvenirs of a thin sheet of copper. The family also visited Mesa Verde.
Rache Palinbaum owned a pool hall in Alma, CO, and managed the Alma baseball team. He came to Colorado in 1885 at age 20, worked in mining, went into the saloon business, and served on the Alma Town Board. He died in 1936 at age 71.