Jonathan Bourne papers, 1883-1940  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Bourne, Jonathan, 1855-1940
Title
Jonathan Bourne papers
Dates
1883-1940 (inclusive)
Quantity
78 linear feet, (54 containers)
Collection Number
Ax 019
Summary
Jonathan Bourne was a politician in Oregon at the turn of the twentieth century. In 1885 and 1897, he was a member of the Oregon House of Representatives, and was elected U. S. Senator in 1906. Considered a progressive, Bourne was a founder and president of the National Progressive Republican League in 1911 and organized the Republican Publicity Association in 1912. Most of the collection consists of U. S. Senate correspondence and case files. The Senate case files relate to topics which arose during Bourne's term of office, ranging from problems with the apple crop, through management of Indian affairs and reservations, to construction of public buildings, bridges and other projects in Oregon. There are folders on such issues as child labor, conservation, Chinese exclusion, and land law.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public. Collection includes nitrate photographs to which access is restricted.

Collection must be used in Special Collections and University Archives Reading Room.

Collection or parts of collection may be stored offsite. Please contact Special Collections and University Archives in advance of your visit to allow for transportation time.

Glass plate negatives and lantern slides are restricted due to the fragility of the format. All decisions regarding use will be at the discretion of the curator for visual materials.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Jonathan Bourne was a native of New Bedford, Massachusetts, and was educated at Harvard University. He came to Portland, Oregon in 1878 and practiced law for eight years. He then became active in mine and real estate speculation and Republican politics. In 1885 and 1897, he was a member of the Oregon House of Representatives from Multnomah County, and from 1888 to 1892, a member of the Republican National Committee. An ardent free silver proponent, Bourne supported Bryan in 1896 presidential race. He favored direct election of senators, and was himself elected U. S. Senator in 1906, but was not re-elected in 1912. He led the movement for a presidential preference primary in Oregon; a system adopted in 1910. Considered a progressive, Bourne was a founder and president of the National Progressive Republican League in 1911 and organized the Republican Publicity Association in 1912.

Source: Schmitt, Martin. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the University of Oregon Library. Eugene, Oregon: University of Oregon Books, 1971. Entry 126.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Senate case files contain correspondence, memoranda and data on topics which arose during Bourne's term of office, ranging from problems with the apple crop, through management of Indian affairs and reservations, to construction of public buildings, bridges and other projects in Oregon. There are folders on such issues as child labor, conservation, Chinese exclusion, and land law. The case files are divided, roughly, into 1907-1910 and 1911-1913 periods, with alphabetical arrangement by subject. They are followed by five folders containing the 1912 (unsuccessful) campaign papers.

The Senate appointment files include requests for appointment to federal jobs in Oregon, most often the post office. The files, divided into two sections, for 1910-1912 and 1907-1909, are alphabetical by name of the Oregon post office, or by the position sought (i.e. National Bank examiner).

Both the Senate case and appointment files are in their original office folders, arranged and described by Bourne's staff members.

The "miscellany" section probably comprises material added to the collection at a date later than the original gift. It includes a variety of materials (letters, memoranda and printed matter) regarding legislative issues in which Bourne was deeply involved during his political career, such as direct primaries and election of senators, the initiative and referendum process and the parcel post program. There are also political brochures and pamphlets, tearsheets, clippings and speeches, mainly from Bourne's active political years.

Some biographical material is included, most notably contained in the correspondence and research of Albert H. Pike (box 34). The collection ends with miscellaneous volumes, including the National Republican League cash book for 1911-1913 and 15 scrapbooks of national and state press news clippings regarding Bourne's political activities and events of the time. (There are, in addition, three unbound portions of scrapbooks.)

The bulk of this collection is comprised of correspondence and case files. Incoming correspondence appears first, with individual files for each major correspondent and several folders at the beginning of each letter of the alphabet for minor correspondents for that section. Box 15 contains files from Bourne's office for the period 1893-1935, plus 1906 campaign correspondence and a variety of business materials.

There are two cartons of outgoing correspondence from Bourne, arranged chronologically, but most of the outgoing correspondence is contained in the 61 letterpress volumes. These volumes have a general chronological order, but some overlap each other, a few focus on specific subjects (politics) and several contain the letters of member of Bourne's staff, i.e. Herbert E. Thompson and Ida M. Arneson.

A wealth of information is available in the correspondence files; the letters are often long and detailed account of events in the political and business worlds of the time. Bourne's mining interests are intertwined with this material; a glance at the incoming major correspondents section will provide names such as First Thought Silver Mining Company, Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mining and Concentrating Company and Eureka and Excelsior Consolidated Gold Mining Company, supplying the keys to other correspondence in the field. (Bourne's mining interests and records comprise another collection, BX 187, the Bourne Mining Papers.)

The letterpress volumes of outgoing correspondence are followed by the Senate correspondence files, from the periods 1907-1910 and 1911-1913. These letters deal mainly with request for federal appointments, presidential pardons, pension claims, ect., but reveal some interesting aspects of life of the period. There are, for example, a number of request for salary raises for women working in the federal agencies; the correspondents charge that even though the women were capable, they were paid less than men at comparable jobs.

The one microfilm in Box 26, of materials from the Bancroft Library of the University of California at Berkeley, contains correspondence, basically on Republican party activities, between Bourne and John D. Works and Chester H. Rowell. Works provided Bourne with memoranda on politics in California and activities of the Democratic party from a Republican standpoint.

The photographs include negatives and prints, many by the Angelus Studio, circa 1910-1940s.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jonathan Bourne papers, Ax 019, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

InventoryReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 1, Folder 1

1.:  Correspondence, undatedReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
1.1.: Incoming Major Correspondents
undated
Box
1
Abbe, William H.
1
Abbe, Mrs. William H.
1
Ainsworth National Bank, Portland, Oregon
1
Alisjy, C. A.
1
Allen, Frank D.
1
Allen, Harrison
1
American Bimetallic League
1
Ardey, J. C.
1
Armstrong, Harley J.
1
Arneson, Ida.
1
Ayerde, Frank.
1
Backus-Brooks Co., Minneapolis, Minnesota (E. W. Backus)
1
Baer, Simon
1
Baggley, Ralph
1
Bailey, George
1
Baillie, Frank
2
Baker, Benjamin
(first two Baker files in Box 1)
2
Baker, C. H.
2
Baker, Frank C.
2
Baker County, Oregon
2
Baldwin, Layton S.
2
Ballard, Charles H.
2
Bantz, William A.
2
Barkdull, J. E.
2
Barkley, Henry L.
2
Barnhart, C. R.
2
Barrow, L. G.
2
Barry, W. J.
2
Bay City, Oregon, Port of
2
Beers, S. W.
2
Benn, Charles E.
2
Bensell, Royal A.
2
Bingham, I. H.
2
Bliss, Clarence S.
2
Bolster and Goodrich, Spokane, Washington
2
Bourne, Emily H.
2
Bourne, France Turner
2
Bourne Gold Mining Company
2
Bourne Mills, Fall River, Massachusetts
2
Bourne Popular Government Club
2
Bourne Progressive League
2
Bowhay, Arnold A.
2
Bradford, S. K. B.
2
Bradley, F. W.
2
Branwell, Franklin S.
2
Brandeis, Louis D. (in Boyd-Brown file)
2
Brereton, R. M.
3
Brown, W. H.
3
Brownell, George, Brownell and Dresser, Oregon City, Oregon
3
Bullock and Jones, San Francisco
3
Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mining and Concentrating Company
(see also Stanley Easton)
3
Burdsall, C. W.
3
Burfeind, J. H.
3
Burke, William E.
3
Burt, Charles A.
3
Butze, Ed, Sr.
3
Camp, Junius S.
3
Carney, F. J.
3
Catlin, W. W.
3
Chace, Gorge A., Bourne Mills, Fall River, Massachusetts
3
Chandler, Jefferson
3
Cherrington, W. M.
3
Clapp, Moses E.
3
Clark, J. K., Moulton Mining Company, Butte, Montana
3
Cleaver, Alonzo
3
Clement, V. M., Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mining and Concentrating Company
3
Cline, Gorge T., Clifford, Charles W.
3
Conn, Perry R.
3
Cooley, M. D.
3
Coon, T. R.
3
Cooper, Ellwood
3
Corbett, Henry W.
3
Corby, C. W.
3
Cornwall, George M.
3
Cowen, E. P.
3
Cox, George H.
3
Craig, David
3
Crapo, Clifford and Clifford
3
Crawford, A. M.
3
Croisan, E. M.
4
Darrin, S. I.
4
Davey, Frank
4
Davie, Thomas
4
Davis, E. J.
4
Davison, Charles
4
Deidesheimer, Phil
4
Dewey, E. H.
4
Deidesheimer, Phil
4
Dixon, A. C.
4
Dixon, George W.
4
Dodd, E. P.
4
Donaldson, C. M.
4
Dudley, M. S.
4
Dufur, E. B. and W. H. H.
4
Eastern Oregon Mining Company, Bourne, Oregon
4
Easton, Stanley, Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mining and Concentrating Company
4
Eggleston, M. F.
4
Ellis, W. R.
4
Eureka and Excelsior Consolidated Gold Mining Company
(see also S. W. Fordyce)
4
Eureka and Excelsior Gold Company
4
Eureka and Excelsior Mines
5
Farish, John B.
5
Farquhar, J. W.
5
Faull, J. P.
5
First Thought Silver Mining Company
5
Fisher, William B.
5
Fisk, A. C.
5
Flanagan, M. Y.
5
Folsom, J. B.
5
Folsom, Myron A.
5
Fordyce, S. W., Eureka and Excelsior Consolidated Gold Mining Company
5
Fox, A. W.
5
Fraser and Chalmers Company, Chicago
5
Fulton, Charles W.
5
Gager, D. H.
5
Gane, Harry S.
5
Garrissere, Frank
5
Gill, F. M.
5
Glass, Graham, Jr.
5
Goodman, W. Austin
5
Gowan, A. W.
5
Guild, Henry C.
6
Haffard, G. M. and Company, Fall River, Massachusetts
6
Hagan, Albert
6
Hammond, I. B.
6
Hammond, John Hays
6
Hampton, William Huntley
6
Hancock, W. Bertram
6
Harry, G. Y.
6
Hawkins, Russell
6
Head, Charles, and Company, New York
6
Heard, J. P.
6
Hendryx, H. T.
6
Hines, Edward
6
Hinkle, Joseph T.
6
Hirsh, Solomon
6
Hofer, Ernst
6
Holman, Frederick V.
6
Homan, Russell
6
Hope, I. W.
6
Howe, W. A.
6
Hunt, J. E.
6
Hunt, Thomas B.
6
Hurley, George J.
7
Janin, Charles
(first file in Box 6)
7
Jeldness, Olaus
7
Johnson, A. J.
7
Johnson, B. W.
7
Jones, Benjamin F.
7
Jones, James K.
7
Katzenstein, Mike
7
Kaufman, Charles
7
Kaup, C. S.
7
Keady, W. P.
7
Keene, J. M.
7
Kells, W. H.
7
Kennedy, E. P.
7
Kester, Bruce
7
Kettenbach, F. W., Idaho National Bank, Lewiston, Idaho
7
Kincaid, Harrison R.
(see also Oregon, Secretary of State)
7
Knowles, C. W.
7
Kyle, James M.
8
Ladd, Charles E.
8
Ladd Estate Company
8
Ladd and Tilton Bank, Portland, Oregon
8
Lawton, D. J.
8
Lehigh, W. J.
8
Lewis, John C.
8
Longmaid, John
8
Looney, R. F.
8
Lord, William P.
8
Loring, Sarah A. M.
8
Lowell, Stephen A.
8
Mabry, Bob
8
McBride, George W.
8
McCartney, H. M.
8
McComas, Evans S.
8
McCusker, Thomas
8
McDonald, F. H.
8
McEwen, Thomas
8
McGee, Porter
8
MacKenzie, John H.
8
McMahan, Leonard H.
8
McPhee, J. M.
9
Marsh, G. T. and Company, San Francisco
9
Looney, R. F.
9
Martinez del Rio, Pablo
9
Mead and Coe, Chicago
9
Melvin, George
9
Merchants National Bank, New Bedford, Massachusetts
9
Michler, Emilie B.
9
Miller, Charles S.
9
Mitchell, John H.
9
Mitchell, McKinley
9
Moore, Walter
9
Morgan, George P.
(see also Oppenheim, E. L. and Company)
9
Morrison, E. W.
9
Mosher, David
9
Moss, H. A., Glasgow Townsite Company, Portland, Oregon
9
Moulton Mining Company, Butte, Montana
(see also J. K. Clark)
9
Mountain Lion Mining Company, Republic, Washington
9
Munro, C. H.
9
National Democratic Committee
9
Nevada Consolidated Copper Company, San Francisco
9
Nibley, C. W. and Alex Nibley
9
Nicholson, George C.
9
Northwest Mining Association, Spokane, Washington
9
Ogle, George
9
Okanagan County, Washington
9
Oppenheim, E. L. and Company, New York
(see also George P. Morgan and P. B. Veiller)
9
Oregon, Secretary of State
(see also H. R. Kincaid)
9
Oregon Bimetallic League
9
Oregon Improvement Company, Seattle, Washington
9
Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company, Portland, Oregon
9
Pacific Coast Company, Seattle, Washington
10
Paine, D. A.
10
Paine, Fred C.
10
Palmer, A. E.
10
Parcells, Frank M.
10
Parks, John R.
10
Patterson, Otis
10
Patton, Hal D.
10
Pearce, Harry
10
Peery, N. A.
10
Philip, Archie
10
Pinchot, Gifford (in Pi-Pu file)
10
Pittsburgh and Montana Copper Company, Butte Montana
10
Poe and Falkner, Seattle, Washington
10
Poindexter, Miles
10
Pollock, Charles A.
10
Portland Savings Bank (H. C. Stratton. Chasier)
10
Prescott, A. W.
10
Rader, C. M.
10
Ramsay, Emma F.
10
Rand Dill Company, New York
10
Reese, R. E.
10
Republican Party
10
Riddle, George W.
11
Robinson, J. E.
11
Rotch, Morgan
11
Rusk, John P.
11
Ryder, C. D.
11
Sawyer, A. D.
11
Selling, Benjamin
11
Sellschopp and Company, San Francisco
11
Shreve and Company, San Francisco
11
Silverman, Samuel
11
Simmons, J. D.
11
Simon, Joseph
11
Skamania County, Washington
11
Smith, A. M.
11
Smith, Andrew C.
11
Smith, C. J.
11
Smith, Edward S.
11
Smith, J. S.
11
Smith, Prosper W.
11
Snodgrass, W. J.
11
Southern Pacific Company
11
Stetson and Greene, New Bedford, Massachusetts
11
Stewart, A. C., St. Louis Union Trust Company
11
Stoolfire, H. S.
11
Stratton, H. C.
(see also Portland Savings Bank)
11
Stokes, James J.
11
Stuart, C. F.
11
Stuller, C. H.
11
Suplee, Louis M.
12
Tacoma Smelthing Company, Tacoma, Washington
12
Tate, Sam, Jr.
12
Taylor, Robert
12
Teel, O. D.
12
Thayer, H. A.
12
Thomas, John
12
Thomas and Newcomb, Spokane, Washington
12
Thompson, D. P.
12
Thompson, Herbert E.
12
Tillman, F., Jr.
12
Tongue, Thomas H.
12
Tonkin, J. B.
13
Tower, C. W.
13
Trade Dollar Mining and Milling Company, Silver City, Idaho
13
Turnbull, Walter
13
Tuttle, J. F.
13
Tyler, A.
13
Union Iron Works, San Francisco
13
U. S. Department of Agriculture
13
U. S. Department of the Interior
13
U. S. Land Office
13
U. S. Post Office
13
U. S. Treasury Department
13
U'Ren, William S.
13
Van Petten, A. G.
13
Van Slyck, E. M.
13
Veiller, P. B.
(see also E. L. Oppenheim and Company)
13
Waggoner, G. A.
13
Wagoner, Luther
13
Wallace, J. S.
13
Washburn, William H.
13
Washington Reduction Company, Ruby, Washington
13
Watson, C. B.
13
Wattley, Charles
13
Webb, H. H.
13
West, Joseph M.
13
Westgate, G. A.
13
Wheeler, John
13
Wilkes, L. E.
13
Williams, Frank
13
Williams, William Y.
13
Williamson, J. N.
14
Wimer, W. J.
14
Works, John D.
(in Wilt-Wy file; see also Bourne miscellany: microfilm)
14
Wright, Joseph A.
14
Wyatt, James S.
14
Wyatt, John R.
14
Wyatt, Mattie M.
14
Wyatt, T. M.
14
Young, Frank C.
14
Young, John C.
14
Zadig and Company, San Francisco

2.:  Correspondence: Office Files, 1893-1935Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
2.1: Letter files
1893-1935
Box
15
1906 campaign correspondence, letters received and sent
8 file(s)
1906
15
Miscellaneous political papers
15
Assays and mine reports
(see BX 187, Bourne Mining Papers, for bulk of this material)
15
Company reports, circulars, etc.

3.:  Correspondence: Outgoing, 1888-1911Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Letters sent
February 1888-March 1911
Box
16
Senate correspondence
(Regarding federal appointments, pension claims, pardons, etc. Filed alphabetically by name of correspondent, or the subject of the correspondence.)

3.:  Photographs (PH176) Container List, circa 1910-1939Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Box
1, photo 2, photo
Glass Negatives

4.:  Photographs (PH176) Item List, 1910-1939Return to Top

Bourne, Jonathan, 1855-1940
0.5 linear feet
Description Dates
PH176_001: Livestock, Eastern Oregon, Barny and Hainey Co. Hogs, turkeys, haystack
Prentiss, Arthur M.
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_002: Livestock, Eastern Oregon, Bainey and Harney Co. Hogs, turkeys, haystack
Prentiss, Arthur M.
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_003: Antique indoor plumbing [Masked image of toilet stool]
1 negative
5 x 7 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_004: Camping equipment fastened to old-style auto [Touring car with side curtains installed]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_005: [Bourne and boy camping, camp kitchen on touring car]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_006: [Bearded man on porch of log cabin]
1 negative
6 x 8 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_007: Marathon race [runners lined up in city]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_008: A tired but successful hunting party - out for bear - a real game hunters thrill
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_009: Amusement Fall Creek 1921 [motorcyclists lined up with bikes]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
Viewing print of photograph is available.
1921
PH176_010: Stagecoach, Bingham Springs Amusement [9 people on stagecoach]
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
Viewing print of photograph is available.
not yet assigned
PH176_011: Amusement [people on ferry named Willamette Flyer]
Angelus Studio (Portland, Or.)
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
Viewing print of photograph is available.
not yet assigned
PH176_012: Amusement Walford Billard Parlor 500 points of lineup pocket billiard Harry Woods Mid-West Champ Fritze Howe Portland Champ 11-30-21
Angelus Studio (Portland, Or.)
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_013: Two skiers [stuck to folder]
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_014: Four skiers [stuck to folder] WITHDRAWN
1 unknown
Item has been withdrawn.
not yet assigned
PH176_015: Amusement Rialto Billiard Parlor Portland, Ore
Angelus Studio (Portland, Or.)
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
Viewing print of photograph is available.
not yet assigned
PH176_016: Amusement Ski-party at Parkdale
1 negative
5 x 7 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_017: Amusement Coasting snow-filed Pardise Glacier [men on snow slope]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_018: Amusement White Co. Barnes Circus [5 people, 1 elephant, 1 yak?]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_019: Amusement Rose Festival 1914 Poster
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_020: Amusement Rose Festival 1913 [poster]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_021: Amusement N. Beach Wm[?] [Crowded street]
1 negative
6 x 8 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_022: Amusement Skiers at Mt. Hood Lodge
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_023: Amusement [farm workers working with machinery]
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_024: Harvest [farm workers working with machinery]
Kirkpatrick
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_025: [Dog in the middle of car-lined street]
1 negative
5 x 7 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_026: Cities Street scene, Eugene 2 dogs in Middle of Tracks [no dogs]
1 negative
5 x 7 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_027: [Women in swimming costumes by water]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_028: Live Stock Ruby Stock [Farm] Horse Team and Wagons
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_029: Livestock, Livestock at the Salem Fiar 1911, people
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_030: Historic 1887 Teak of elk [actually reindeers]
1 negative
6 x 8 inches
Viewing print of photograph is available.
not yet assigned
PH176_031: Historic Summit - Mt. Shasta [6 men on top of Shasta]
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_032: Historic Auto Parade, Corvallis
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_033: Historic Cloud Cap Inn near summit of Mt. Hood, Log cabin interior
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_034: Historic [Hikers gathering outside cabin
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_035: [View of city and mountain in background]
Angelus Studio (Portland, Or.)
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_036: From City Par 2-6-22 [street scene]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_037: Cities Sherman Ave - No. Bend [street scene]
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_038: Cities Joseph, OR [view of town with mountains in background]
Weister Co.
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_039: Cities 6th St Looking negative[Crowded city street with streetcar down middle]
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_040: Cities Vancouver Street Scene
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_041: Cities Grants Pass Main St. [Street scene]
1 negative
6.5 x 8.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_042: Cities Portland Third Street [street scene with construction workers on arches over street]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_043: Cities street scene view from PO 6th and Morrison (reverse says 5 + Morrison)
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_044: Cities Salem State Street [street scene with tracks down middle]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_045: Cities Seaside Turn Around, Seaside [street scene by Pacific Ocean]
1 negative
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH176_046: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_047: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_048: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_049: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_050: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_051: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_052: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_053: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_054: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_055: not yet assigned
1 unknown
not yet assigned
PH176_056: not yet assigned
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  • Mineral industries--United States
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  • Bourne, Jonathan, 1855-1940--Archives
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