'Compiled and published by Booker & Bradford, engineers, Tonopah, Nevada.' 'Copyrighted by Booker & Bradford 1902.' 'Lith. Britton & Rey, S.F., Cal.' Relief shown by hachures. Includes insets of Ray Mining District, Nye County, Nevada, and Vicinity map of Tonopah Mining District, Nye County, Nevada. Includes advertisements and photographs of Tonopah ore, town of Tonopah, and of J.L. Butler, discoverer of the Mizpah Lode. Scale [ca. 1:7,200]. 1 inch to 600 feet. Mounted on linen.
'U.S. Geological Survey, George Otis Smith, Director.' 'R.U. Goode, Geographer in charge. Triangulation by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Topography by W.J. Peters. Surveyed in 1902-1903.' 'Edition of Mar. 1904, reprinted Apr. 1910.' Oriented with north toward the upper left. Relief shown by contours and hachures. Scale 1:12,000 (W 117°14´--W 117°12´/N 38°05´--N 38°03´)
In lower right corner: 'Copyrighed by Bradford & Bradford 1905.' Includes table of distances from Tonopah. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:15,600. 1 in. to approx. 1300 feet]. Library's copy has one section outlined in red pencil and 'Tonopah Victor' hand-printed on it in red pencil. Red pencil dots are on two other sections. '1905' and some illegible words written in pencil near title of map.
'Surveyed by S.K. Bradford, U.S. Deputy.' 'May Bradford, Draughtsman.' Includes locations of mines and their main shafts and drawings of the hoists of the Tonopah Extension, Golden Anchor and the Red Rock Consolidated. Scale [ca. 1:2,400] 1 in. to 200 feet.
'Compiled and published by Booker & Bradford, engineers, Tonopah, Nevada.' 'Copyrighted by Booker & Bradford 1903.' 'Photo-Lith. Britton & Rey, S.F.' Insets of Ray Mining District, vicinity map of Tonopah Mining District, Utopia Mining District, Tokop Mining District, Weepah Mining District, East Klondike Mining District, Gold Mountain, Tonopah Mining District and Red Mountain. Relief shown by hachures. Includes advertisements. Scale [ca. 1:10,800]. 1 inch to 900 feet.
The Tonopah Mining Company Records derive from the office of the company’s general manager in Tonopah, Nevada and consist of documents directly generated by its mining and milling operations from 1901 through 1941. The collection includes daily work reports, assay reports and certificates, employee time cards, invoices and receipts for mining equipment and supplies, monthly stores reports, and the company’s numerous insurance policies. Several of the company’s annual reports, including an original typescript copy of the 1907 annual report, are included in the collection. Additionally, select records from the company's subsidiary, Desert Power and Mill Company, as well as the Tonopah and Goldfield Railroad, which include overcharge claims, freight and repair bills, and delivery receipts are included in the collection.