Harry Loren Day Papers, 1889-1956  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Harry Loren Day, 1865-1942
Title
Harry Loren Day Papers
Dates
1889-1956 (inclusive)
Quantity
14 cubic feet
Collection Number
MG317 (collection)
Summary
Correspondence relating to the Hercules Mining Company and personal correspondence, records relating to Day's activities with the State Bank of Commerce, 1905-1936; Federal Mining and Smelting Company, 1912-1921; his proprty and investments, such as Wallac Realty Co., and other mining activities. Other papers include Day's financial records, date books, and an early ore shipment record. Also included is an 1848 W.T. Sherman letter and an 1882 autographed portrait.
Repository
University of Idaho Library, Special Collections and Archives
Special Collections and Archives
University of Idaho Library
875 Perimeter Drive
MS 2350
Moscow, ID
83844-2350
Telephone: 208-885-0845
libspec@uidaho.edu
Languages
English
Sponsor
Funds for processing were provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Harry Loren Day, the eldest son of Henry and Ellen Day, was born at Dayton, Nevada, on December 12, 1865. He was graduated from the two-year business course at St. Mary's College, San Francisco, and assisted his father in the family store at Wardner, kept accounts for other merchants, worked in mines in Idaho and Montana, and played a dominant role in the development of the Hercules Mine which he and Fred Harper discovered in 1889. Like his father he was an active Republican in Idaho politics. In 1899 he was secretary of the Idaho senate, and in 1913 was the first president of the Idaho Mining Association. He was also Idaho commissioner to the Pan-Pacific Exposition in 1915. Harry and his brothers Jerome and Eugene became Democrats and remained so until Franklin Roosevelt caused them to return to the Republican party.

In 1900 he married Helen Bernadette (Nellie) Dwyer, daughter of a farmer near the Old Mission. The Catholic ceremony was held at the Cataldo Mission church on August 13; one son, Henry Lawrence Vincent, was born to them.

Harry managed the Hercules company from 1898 to 1912, and again from 1922 until he gradually turned the duties over to his son. He was also president and general manager of the Federal Mining and Smelting Company, 1912-1916, and took the title of traffic manager of the Hercules and associated companies, 1916-1922, directing the delicate coordination of ore production, routing, and smelting necessary for commercial success.

While manager of the Hercules, Day and his associates acquired a Wallace newspaper, bank, real estate, concentrating mills, a lead smelter in Washington and another in Pennsylvania. He shared the Hercules with his family and protected a tight family control. He was also, with his family, an owner of the renowned Portland Hotel in Portland, Oregon from 1910-1942.

His lifetime hobby was target shooting, and in later years collected western Americana. Although he was a principal in a lumber company and a notable livestock breeding partnership, his career centered on mining in the Coeur d'Alene district. His acumen as a businessman is evident in his fight with the Guggenheims in their bid to monopolize smelting in North America. Shortly after the takeover he was hired as manager of one of their smelters.

Harry remained in the Wallace region while business dictated, but moved to California when he was able. In his later years he was like any other wealthy grandfather, gardening and enjoying visits with his nieces and nephews at his sea captains home in Las Palmas near Santa Barbara. He also retained a lifelong interest in boats by sailing with his brother-in-law, Robert Ellis. In the early 1930s they were shopping to buy a sea going yacht over a hundred feet long. Harry Day died in Santa Barbara on November 19, 1942. He was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery, Spokane.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The papers of Harry L. Day span the years 1899 to 1956 with the bulk of the material covering the years 1900 to 1940. Included are correspondence relating to the Hercules Mining company and personal correspondence, records relating to his activities with the State Bank of Commerce, 1905-1936; Federal Mining and Smelting Company, 1912-1921; his property and investments, Wallace Realty Co., and other mining activities. Other papers contain Day's financial records, date books, and an early ore shipment record.

Refoldering the material, combining the contents of less bulky folders, and discarding duplicate material reduced the bulk of this group by five cubic feet.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I. Correspondence and Related Records, 1889-1941Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
A. Hercules Mine
1889-1913
Box/Folder
1/1
File #3
April-August 1904
1/2
File #4
September-December 1904
1/3
Hoist file
1903-1904
1/4
Files #4-5
September 1904-May 1905
1/5
File #8
September 1904-September 1905
1/6
File #9
September-December 1905
1/7
File #9, Family
September-December 1905
1/8
File #10
December 1905-May 1906
1/9
File #11
May-August 1906
1/10
File #11 1/2
August-December 1906
1/11
File #12
January - November 1907
1/12
Files #13-14
July 1907-March 1908
1/13
File #15
February-July 1908
1/14
File #16
July-December 1908
1/15
File #19
August 1909-January 1910
1/16
File #20
January-April 1910
1/17
Files #21-24
May 1910-December 1911
1/18
File #25-27
January 1912-May 1913
1/19
General
1889-1904
1/20
Statements (intermittent)
1898-1905
1/21
"Desk Files," Lead trust, etc.
1904-1905
B. Chronological Files
1891-1914
Box/Folder
1/22
Bills and receipts
1891-1903
1/23
Legal papers
1897-1907
1/24-30
A-Z
1904
1/31-34
A-M
1905
2/35-37
N-Z
1905
2/38-44
A-Z
1906
2/45-52
A-Z
1907
2/53-62
A-Z
1908
2/63-67
A-G
1909
3/68-74
H-Z
1909
3/75-86
A-Z
1910
3/87-94
A-Z
1911
3/95-101
A-Z
1912
3/102-104
A-M
1913
4/105-106
N-Z
1913
4/107
A-Z
1914
C. Alphabetical Files
1905-1947
Box/Folder
4/108
Alexander, Moses: Rights of way for roads
1918-1923
4/109
American Smelting & Refining Co.
1916-1924
4/110
Anchor Group: Progress report
1930
4/111
Assessment of mining companies
1913
4/112
B
1937
4/113
Bar Association data
1941
4/114
Basin Mining Co.
1922-1923
4/115
Beach & boat
1925-1933
4/116
Blast furnace reports (Northport)
January & December, 1918
4/117
Bohemian Club
1922-1933
4/118
Borah, William E.
1924-1934
4/119
Boyce, Edward & Eleanor Day
1925-1935
4/120
Bridge (card game) rules
undated
4/121
Bullion Mining Co., stock certificate
1916
4/122
Bunker Hill & Sullivan contract with Tacoma Smelting Co.
1905
4/123
Burke, Idaho
1924-1929
4/124
Cabbell Mountain District, Grant Co., Oregon
1915
4/125
Cemetery, Holy Cross
1935
4/126
Coeur d'Alene Mining District, clippings
1907-1926
4/127
Coke
1918
4/128
Consolidation of mining companies
1921, 1937
4/129
Copper Chief Mining Co., stock certificate
1918
4/130
Custer correspondence
1906-1907
4/131
D
1939
4/132
Day, Eugene: Estate settlement
1922
4/133
Murrel Hargis v. August Paulsen, et al.
1916
4/134
Hecla law suit
1921
4/135
Day, Harry L. Baptismal certificate, marriage license, passports
1900-1931
4/136-139
Personal
1929-1940
4/140
Miscellaneous items
1918-1939
4/141-146
Day, Henry Lawrence
1929-1939
5/147
Day, Jerome J.
1922, 1932
5/148
Political clippings
1916
5/149
Tamarack operation cost
1925-1927
5/150
Rail rates
1918
5/151
E-F
1939
5/152
Electoral college
1916
5/153
Ellis, Robert H. & Blanche
1926-1938
5/154
Federal Mining & Smelting Co.
1913-1914
5/155
Forest Service
1929
5/156
Fremont Restaurant Co., Wallace, Id.
1926
5/157
G
1938-1939
5/158
Guelph Mining & Milling Co.
1923-1925
5/159
H-J
1939
5/160
Headlight Mining Company
1913-1915
5/161
Hercules Mining Company
1922-1925
5/162
Incorporation
1921-1925
5/163
Mill - E.H. Laws
1923
5/164
Stock farm (Day Rothrock Co.)
1917-1923
5/165
Honolulu Mining Company
1924
5/166
Hoover, William (Hercules personnel, telephones)
1922-1923
5/167
Horseshoe Creek coal claims, Fremont County, Idaho
1905
5/168-170
Hot Springs Club
1938-1940
5/171
Humming Bird, Sherman Lead, Stratton Mines
1924-1926
5/172
Hypotheek Mining & Milling Co.
1915
5/173
Insurance
1918-1919
5/174
Iron Mountain Tunnel Company
1915
5/175
James Cunningham, Son & Co.
1927-1928
5/176
K-L
1937-1939
5/177
Labor
1918
5/178
Land Transfers, Spokane County, Washington
1914-1920
5/179
Lane Lumber Co.
1911
5/180
Laws, Eugene H.
1918; 1923
5/181
Lawson, A. Werner
1922
5/182
Lead Crystal Mining Co.
1913
5/183
Legislation
1915
5/184
Liberty Group C
1925
5/185
M
1939
5/186
Maggy, P.J., statements & settlements
1932
5/187
Maher-Hearn Group (Gertie), claim map
1923-1930
5/188
Marsh Mining Company
1915
5/189
McClure news syndicate
1940
5/190
Mining companies, miscellaneous
1920-1925
5/191
Miscellaneous items (Truckee newspaper, Sherman letter, etc.,) 1848-1918
5/192
Miscellaneous correspondence, Northport Smelter
1916-1923
5/193
Miscellaneous material
1930-1943
6/194
Morning Mine - Federal Mining & Smelting Co.
1914-1915
6/195
N-Q
1939
6/196
Northport Smelting & Refining Co. : Audit data
1916-1918
6/197
Electrolytic costs
1918
6/198
Saving iron at Hercules Mill
1918
6/199
Ore transports
1919-1923
6/200
Placer Creek retaining wall
1927
6/201
R
1939
6/202
Rathdrum land
1918-1924
6/203
Rex Mining Company
1915
6/204
S
1939
6/205
St. Alphonsus Church
1926
6/206
St. Mary's College, California
1935
6/207
Spokane contract proposals - Bunker Hill smelter
1919-1922
6/208
Stansfield Forest Reserve Bill
1926
6/209
Statements (Personal financial)
1938
6/210
Stewart Mining Company
1914-1915
6/211
Stratton vs. Option controversy
1926
6/212
Strode, A.M.
1912-1913
6/213
T-V
1939
6/214
Telegrams
1905-1906
6/215
Thom, Clarence
1923
6/216
Turley, Patrick, Estate
1915-1916
6/217
W
1916-1917
6/218
W-Z
1939
6/219
Western Precipitation Co., Cottrell process
1916-1917
6/220
Western Union Mining Co.
1923-1924
6/221
Workmen's Compensation laws
1913

Series II. Records Relating to Harry Day's Activities, 1899-1941Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
A. Director of the State Bank of Commerce
1905-1912
Box/Folder
6/222-225
Correspondence, A-Z
1907-1911
6/226
Papers relating to the criminal prosecution
1905-1910
6/227
Report on investigation of State Bank of Commerce, Wallace, Idaho, by Bland & Wilson, Accountants
January 8, 1912
B. President of Federal Mining and Smelting Co.
1903-1921
Box/Folder
6/228
Correspondence, A
1912-1915
6/229
American Mining Congress
1912-1914
6/230
Associated Press
1913-1914
6/231
B
1913-1915
6/232
Brownell, Francis H.
1912-1913
6/233
Burbidge, Frederick
1913
6/234
Butte-Duluth Mining Company
1914
6/235
Cardoner, Damian
1913-1914
6/236
Coeur d'Alene production
1913-1914
6/237
D
1913-1917
6/238
Deep Wonder Mining Company
1914-1915
6/239
Dwyer, P.J. & W.P.
1914-1915
6/240
E
1915
6/241
Eilers, Karl
1912-1913
7/242
F
1913-1915
7/243-245
Federal Mining and Smelting Co.
1912-1916
7/246
G
1915-1916
7/247
Green Hill Cleveland Mining Co.
1912-1915
7/248
Green Hill flotation
1914-1915
7/249
Hercules
1913-1915
7/250
Hull, H.J.
1915
7/251
K
1915-1916
7/252
Kerney, Thomas J
1938-1940
7/253
L
1914-1915
7/254
M
1909-1916
7/255
Macbeth, Ravenel
1914-1916
7/256
May Day group
1914-1915
7/257
Morning Mill
1912
7/258
N
1914-1916
7/259
O
1915
7/260
Ore shipments
1912-1915
7/261
Oro Grande
1914
7/262
P
1915
7/263
Portland Hotel
1914-1915
7/264
Press-Times editorials, etc.
1915-1917
7/265
Priest Rapids Power Company
1914-1915
7/266
R
1915-1917
7/267
Rossi, Herman J.
1913-1914
7/268
Rothrock, Frank M.
1914
7/268
Ryan, John D.
1914
7/270
S
1913-1916
7/271
Safety first
1915-1916
7/272
Smith, E. Percy
1913-1916
7/273
Special watchman
1914
7/274-275
Stewart Mining Company
1913-1915
7/276
Success Mine
1914
7/277
Sweeney, Frank
1913-1915
7/278
T
1914-1915
7/279
Tamarack & Custer Mining Co.
1913-1915
7/280
U
1915-1916
7/281
Vulcan
undated
7/282
W
1914-1915
7/283
Walker, R.M.
1914-1915
7/284
Wark, Robert M.
1914-1915
7/285
Washington gold mining claims near Laurier
1922
7/286
Z
1915
7/287
Zinc rates
1912-1913
8/288
Thompson Falls power project
1907-1916
8/289
S.E. Peel, contractor
1914-1915
8/290
Signed contracts
1914
8/291
Max Hebgen, General Manager, Montana Power Company, Butte
1914-1916
8/292
Miscellaneous
1910-1915
8/293
Washington Water Power Company
1908-1912
8/294
Agreements
1913-1914
8/295
Contracts
1908-1916
8/296
Rush J. White
1913-1913
8/297
H.W. York
1913-1914
8/298-302
Washington Water Power Rate Case: Legal documents
1908-1915
8/303-307
Star Mining Co. vs. Federal Mining and Smelting Co., transcript of hearing
1921
8/308
Organizational records
1903-1915
8/309
Miscellaneous papers
1906-1916
8/310
Monthly statements
1912-1913
Box
8
C. Records Relating to Property and Investments
1889-1941
Box/Folder
9/312
Adams, John B., deeds, options, etc.
1905
9/313
Agreements
1904-1910
9/314
Amazon-Manhattan Mining Co.
1904
9/315
Ambergris Mining Co.
1910
9/316
American Smelting and Refining Co., Sundry papers
1912-1913
9/317
Bank of California loan guarantee
1916
9/318
Bonds: Porto Rico and Hawaii
1924-1929
9/319
Borah, William E.
1912
9/320
Boyce, Eleanor Day & Edward, holdings of
1922-1938
9/321
Bundle #1 (mainly F. Cushing Moore)
1916-1926
9/322
Bundle #2 (mining papers)
1902-1916
9/323
Bundle #4 (stock holdings & certificates)
1916-1932
9/324
Cardoner case
1915-1917
9/325-326
Confidential agents' reports (mainly Eugene Day case)
1905-1918
9/327
Confidential reports (State Bank of Commerce/B.F. O'Neil affair)
1912-1913
9/328-331
Consolidated Interstate-Callahan Mining Co., General Superintendent's report
1915-1922
9/332
Cuban Cain Products Company, Inc.
1932
9/333
Donlan, Edward, data
1907-1916
9/334
Federal Circuit Court data
1907
9/335
Fitzgerald, John L.
1911
9/336
Franz patent papers
1904
9/337
Deep Wonder Mining Co.
1911
9/338
Evolution Mining District, Shoshone Co.
1903-1904
9/339
Happy Day Mine
1916
10/340
Hercules Mining Company
1905-1910
10/341
Agreements
1902-1922
10/342
Deeds, indentures, etc.
1902-1904
10/343
Guardianship of Amzel Samuels
1906
10/344
Incorporation
1923-1924
10/345
Location notices, etc.
1889-1904
10/346
Ore contracts, proofs of labor, etc
1902-1937
10/347
Hibernia securities
1937-1940
10/348
Humming Bird Mining Co.
1911
10/349
Inventory of Diebold safe
December 29, 1925
10/350
Kill Buck Mining co., Butte, Montana
1902-1922
10/351
Lelande Mining District, Shoshone Co.
1901-1904
10/352
List of warrants to Harry L. Day
1989
10/353
Mica Rural Electric Co.
1941
10/354
Mining deeds
1919
10/355
Mining stock held by Harry Day
1911
10/356
New Velvet Portland Mine
1906
10/357
New York Life Insurance Company
1898-1902
10/358
Personal Correspondence
1905-1913
10/359
Placer Center Mining District
1889-1904
10/360
Placer locations, California
1933-1934
10/361
Political letters
1905-1907
10/362
Portland Hotel
1909-1911
10/363
Promissory notes
1905-1940
10/364
Quartz location notices
1889-1890
10/365
Quitclaim deed to Thomas Powers
1913
10/366
Real estate
1904-1921
10/367
Deeds
1925
10/368
Kellogg, Idaho
1900
10/369
Wallace, Idaho
1903-1904
10/370
Washington state
1937
10/371
Rossi, H.J., Bills presented for passage at Boise
1913
10/372
Roxbury placer deeds
1936-1937
10/373
Roxbury Placer Mines, California
1933
10/374
Safe combinations
undated
10/375
Small cardboard box (property transferred to Henry L. Day by his parents)
1934
10/376
State Bank of Commerce failure
1906-1913
10/377
Stock certificates
1905-1937
10/378
Swain's Detective Agency (O'Neil investigation)
1912
10/379
Thiel Detective Agency report of Western Federation of Miners Convention
1909
10/380
Yreka Mining district, Shoshone Co.
1889-1892
10/381
A; Albany Mining Co.; Ambergris Mines Co.
1916-1934
10/382
B
1918-1926
10/383
Benton Mining Co.; Big Creek Mining co.
1912-1928
10/384
Big Eight Mining Co.
1931-1934
10/385
Black Hawk Mining & Milling Co.; Blue Grouse Mining Co.; Bullion Mining Co.; Burns Company milling property
1903-1934
10/386
C
1803-1928
10/387
Chicago-Boston Mining Co.; Chisholm, W.A.; Clearwater Gold & Copper Mining Co.; Coeur d'Alene Crescent Mine
1915-1920
10/388
Coeur d'Alene Hardware & Foundry Co.
1922-1935
10/389
Consolidated Insurance Agency; Copper Chief Mining Co.; Cuddy Mountain Galena Mine; Cyanide process
1916-1935
10/390
D
1915-1929
10/391
Dayrock Mining Co.
1923-1932
10/392
Dayrock Mining Co. (Pool)
1924-1934
10/393
Duluth Mining Co.
1926-1927
11/394
E; Eagle River Mining Co.; East Caledonia Mining Co
1915-1924
11/395
F
1917-1928
11/396
Florence Mining & Milling Co.; Forty-five Mine
1916-1928
11/397
G
1917-1927
11/398
Geneva group; Gertie Mining Co.; Gilliam, M.H. - Alaska
1915
11/399
Golden Queen Group
1904-1928
11/400
Good Springs Anchor Co.; Great Eastern Mining Co.; Grimes property
1916-1935
11/401
H
1917-1928
11/402
Happy Day Mining Co.; Hennessey-Burns Mining Co.; Hercules Mining Co.
1897-1932
11/403
Homebuilder Mining & Development Co.; Hypotheek Mining & Milling Co.
1916-1929
11/404
I
1916-1924
11/405
Idaho Chief Mine; Idaho group; Imperial Mining Co.
1910-1935
11/406
J-K
1904-1925
11/407
King & Queen Mine
1915-1916
11/408
L; La Fleur Mountain Copper Co.
1918-1925
11/409
Lead Crystals Mining Co.
1915-1934
11/410
Lillie, D.F.; Lord Roberts Mining Group; Lucky Boy
1916
11/411
M
1917-1929
11/412
Marsh, Harry; Metzger, Delbert; Milwaukee Placer Claims; Montana Apex Copper Co.; Moonlight Mining Co.
1916-1931
11/413
N
1917-1929
11/414
Nancy Donaldson Mining Co.; Nation Copper Mining Co.; Nevada Copper Co.; North Star Mine
1916-1917
11/415
O; Options Mining Co.
1917-1931
11/416
Oregon & Montana Mining Co.; Osborn Utilities Corporation; Osceola Mining Co.
1916-1939
11/417
P
1917-1926
11/418
Pacific group; Parrot Lode; Pierce, Fred; Portland Hotel Co.; Puritan Mining Co.
1916-1934
11/419
Q; R; Rasche, P.H.
1915-1928
11/420
Ray-Jefferson Mining Co.
1915-1934
11/421
Red Bird; Red Edge Mining Co.; Roanoke Mining Co.; Roos, John
1915
11/422
S
1917-1927
11/423
Seidenfelt, Sam; Sherman Lead Co.
1923-1934
11/424
Silver King group; Simons, W.H.; Sizer, Frank L.; Slate Creek Mining Co.; St. Helens Pulp & Paper Co.
1916-1932
11/425
Standard Dairy Co.
1926-1932
11/426
Stanley Consolidated Mining Co.; Stinson, E.N.; Stirling Mining & Milling Co.
1916-1929
11/427
Success Mining Co.; Sunshine Mining Co.
1925-1934
12/428
T; Tamarack & Custer Consolidated Mining Co.
1916-1934
12/429
Treasure Vault Mining Co.; Tuscumbia Mining Co.
1915-1931
12/430
U; V; Valley Mining Co.
1916-1925
12/431
W
1919-1927
12/432
Wallace Meat Co.
1923-1937
12/433
Wallace Powder Co.
1925-1935
12/434
Wallace Realty Co.
1925-1930
12/435
Wallace Restaurant; Z
1920-1929
12/436
Account "A"; Atwood Lodge, Dunsmuir, California
1924-1939
12/437
Baltimore General Improvement Stock; Battin property; Benewah County, Idaho, bonds; Blaine County, Idaho, bonds
1924-1935
12/438
Bond lists
1930
12/439
Canadian Third War Loan Bonds; Canadian Victory Loan Bonds
1918-1921
12/440
Cedar Street residence; Cedar Street furniture & fixtures
1904-1937
12/441
City of Lewiston, Idaho, bonds; Coeur d'Alene highway District bonds; Columbia Corporation, Great Falls, Montana
1926-1935
12/442
Day, Eugene, estate; Dominion of Canada National Service Loan; First Liberty Loan Bonds; Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds
1920-1931
12/443
Harding, George
1929-1935
12/444
Hays Park Addition, Henry J. Maye
1930-1939
12/445
Jefferson County, Idaho, bonds; Kootenai County, Idaho, Highway District 4 bonds
1921-1932
12/446
Masonic Temple Association of Boise, bonds
1930-1939
12/447
McDermott, Chas. A/C note; Morris, Leo F., house
1927-1936
12/448
Mortgage of Jack Finney; Murray dredge
1921-1939
12/449
O'Gara & DeMartini reports; Oregon timber; Owyhee County, Idaho, bonds
1925
12/450
Port of Grays Harbor, bonds; Porto Rico, bonds; Prudential Refining Corp., 1st mortgage
1921-1932
12/451
Robertson, Frank, note; Rothrock, Frank M., note; Santa Barbara Polo Club
1919-1931
12/452
Spaulding, Richmond, Pullman lots (California)
1913-1932
12/453
St. Helens Pulp & Paper Co.; Territory of Hawaii, bonds; Tiger Hotel Co.; Treasury bonds of 1947/1952
1922-1935

Series III. Financial Records, 1911-1956Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12/454-458
Bills and receipts relating to the Las Palmas Estate, Santa Barbara, California
1924-1938
13/459
Personal accounts journal
1911-1914
13/460
General ledger
1914-1942
13/461
Income ledger
1918-1947
13/462
Income & expense ledger
1925-1956
os/463-467
Voucher registers
1922-1942
os/468
Miscellaneous voucher register
1925-1935
os/469-470
Cash receipt books
1935-1942

Series IV. Other Records, 1905-1935Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
13/471-472
Date books
1931, 1935
13/473
Ore record book
1905-1906

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Personal Names :
  • Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891 -- Correspondence
  • Corporate Names :
  • Federal Mining and Smelting Company
  • Hercules Mining Company
  • State Bank of Commerce (Wallace, Idaho)
  • Wallace Realty Company (Wallace, Idaho)
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Day, Harry L. (Harry Loren), 1865-1942--Archives.