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Collection Title:Basin Mining Company Records
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Basin Mining Company was a Granite County, Montana, gold mining company, with head offices in St. Louis, Missouri. Records include interoffice correspondence (1903-1923), general correspondence (1903-1925), records of a court case (1907), minor financial records, organizational records (1906-1922), and miscellany.
 
Collection Title: Beattie Company records
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Edward W. Beattie (1847-1914) and his brother George D. Beattie (1857-1915) moved to Helena, Montana Territory, following the death of their brother, Alexander Beattie, in 1884, to manage their brother's estate. They invested widely in mining, ranching, and real estate, including the Rosebud Land and Improvement Company and the Silver Bow Park Addition. In 1913 their property was transferred to the Beattie Company, incorporated by A.L. Smith, Carl Rasch, and Milton S. Gunn. The Company continued to manage the property until the late 1920s. This collection (1872-1935) consists of eleven subgroups, including E.W. and G.D. Beattie (1872-1917),and The Beattie Company (1913-1928).
 
Collection Title:James Sanks Brisbin papers
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:James Brisbin, a Boalsburg, Pennsylvania, native, served as an Army officer in the Civil War and the Indian Wars, 1868-1891. He was stationed at Fort Ellis, Fort Assiniboine, Fort Custer, Montana Territory, and many other western forts. Brisbin was also a writer and publicist. The collection contains a small amount of correspondence (1860-1890), and writings (1850-1891) concerning the Army, the Indian Wars, the West, and Montana Territory.
 
Collection Title:Henry Burrell Papers
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Henry Burrell was a Sand Coulee and Carbonado, Montana, coal mine investor and owner. He was also affiliated with the American Developing and Mining Company of Marysville and Butte. This collection (1890-1905; n.d.) includes correspondence, legal documents, mine reports, maps, financial materials, and a portrait of Henry Burrell.
 
Collection Title:Gustaf M. Carlson Papers
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Gustaf Carlson (1907-1996) was a Helena based mining engineer involved in mining in Montana, Idaho, Arizona, and Minnesota. This collection (1890s-1960s) consists of subject files on local mines including the Spring Hill (near Unionville), the Klondyke and the Sourdough (in Elkhorn); the East Pacific and the Kleinschmidt (near Townsend); the Drumlummon (near Marysville); mines in the Corbin and Wickes area; and other mines in Montana and Idaho. One of the larger subject files concerns the Spring Hill Mine (near Unionville), owned by the Montana Consolidated Mines Corporation, and includes daily mine production reports (1939-1940), diamond drilling records, and level books. Also included are general subject files on mining processes and maps [OVERSIZE MATERIAL: Map Case] of Iron Ore and Eureka Gulches, Leslie Lake Group, the Skyline, and mines and claims near Corbin and Marysville. [Photographs and maps transferred to the Photograph Archives and Library respectively].
 
Collection Title:Guide to the Edward Emanuel Johnson Collection
Repository:Pacific Lutheran University, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:Biography and legal documents of early Tacoma shipbuilder, Edward Johnson, from Vanersborg, Sweden.
 
Collection Title:First National Bank Of Helena Records
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The First National Bank of Helena, Montana, was organized by Samuel T. Hauser and T.H. Kleinschmidt, in 1866. Prominent officers included: John S. Atkinson, D.C. Corbin, and E.W. Knight, cashiers; George H. Hill, assistant cashier. The bank was in receivership from its closing in 1896 until 1903. Records (1865-1903) include correspondence, financial volumes, legal documents, and organizational records of the bank and of its receiver, Eugene S. Wilson.
 
Collection Title:Guide to the Gina Ruud Anderson Biography
Repository:Pacific Lutheran University, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:A biographical sketch of Norwegian immigrant, Gina Ruud Anderson, written by her daughter.
 
Collection Title:Golden Treasure Mining and Milling Company Records
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Golden Treasure Mining and Milling Company was founded in 1899 by Daniel Collins, John J. Barrett, M.F. Kennedy and others to operate the Erie and other claims they owned near Marysville, Montana. Records consist of general correspondence (ca. 1916-1931), financial records (1899-1927), legal documents (1887-1900), minute books (1899-1924) and other organizational materials, clippings and miscellany. There is also a title abstract for a lot in the Montrose Addition to Butte, connection to collection is unknown.
 
Collection Title:I.B. Mining Company records
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The I.B. Mining Company, located at Bannack, Montana, was a gold mining operation incorporated in 1929 by I.B. Haviland, Carl Becker, and C.W. Stalling. In 1931 the company began quartz mining of low-grade gold ore. Collection includes incoming, outgoing, and interoffice correspondence (1929-1933) relating to the operation of the company; plus lesser amounts of financial records, organizational records, etc. The company went bankrupt in 1933.

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