Bamberger family papers, 1845-1995

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Bamberger, Simon, 1847-1926
Title
Bamberger family papers
Dates
1845-1995 (inclusive)
Quantity
80.25 linear feet
Collection Number
MS 0225
Summary
The Bamberger family papers (1845-1995) contain the personal, political, and business papers of Simon Bamberger, Julian Bamberger, and other Bamberger family members. Also present are papers dealing with the Bamberger Railroad.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 8015818863
special@library.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

The two patriarchs of the Bamberger family in Utah were Simon and Jacob who were born in the German city of Darmstadt in 1845 and 1852 respectively. Emigrating to the United States as teenagers, they commenced their careers in the business world as wholesale merchants in St. Louis, Missouri. Simon arrived in Ogden, Utah in 1869, preceding Jacob who settled in Salt Lake City in 1875. As entrepreneurial pioneers, he and his brother became mining magnates in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, purchasing several gold, copper, silver, and coal mining properties located in Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, Oregon, and Alaska. Headquarters for these enterprises were established in New York. In addition to investing in the mining business, the brothers collaborated in developing oil fields in Los Angeles, forming an investment and exploration company, and establishing a leasing concern. In 1890 Simon founded the Salt Lake and Ogden Railway Company (renamed the Bamberger Electric Railroad and Transportation Company) which provided rail and bus service to communities in northern Utah and parts of Idaho. A year later he and others bought the "Salt Lake Herald". Exemplifying his friendship with leaders of the L. D. S. heirarchy, Simon appointed Heber J. Grant, a future president of the Mormon church, as the paper's vice-president. Unable to devote equal time to these numerous undertakings, Simon and Jacob enlisted their sons to assist them in the management of their far-flung economic empire. Simon's son Julian, born on 9 February 1899 in Salt Lake City, was president of the Bamberger railway company, chief executive of gold and copper mines in Nevada, and headed the Lagoon amusement park which his father created in 1896. Jacob's sons, Clarence and Ernest, served as vice-president, general managers, and on the board of directors of silver mines in Park City, Utah, a coal mine in Coalville Utah, and mining operations in Nevada, Colorado, and Oregon. It is noteworthy to mention that Ernest and Clarence received degrees in mining engineering, graduating from Columbia University and Cornell University in 1900 and 1908 respectively while Julian, a graduate from Princeton in 1910, studied electrical engineering in post-graduate work. Clarence was a student at the Royal Prussian Geological Academy in Berlin and at the School of Mines in Paris during 1909-1910. The Bambergers were also active in numerous non-mining businesses. Simon presided over the Utah Lime and Cement and the Salt Lake Valley Loan and Trust companies, the latter of which Julian subsequently assumed the presidential reins. Clarence, a prominent banker, invested in the U.S. and Mexican petroleum industry. Information can be accessed in boxes 3, and 17-22.

Private enterprise was not the only realm where the Bamberger family experienced considerable success. The world of politics was an arena in which several Bambergers were involved. Four of them, namely, Simon, Julian, Ernest, and Clarence actively participated in Utah and national politics. The former two joined the Democratic party while the latter two became affiliated with the Republican party. Simon, a member of the Salt Lake City board of education from 1898 to 1903, achieved considerable notoriety as an effective spokesman for those in the teaching profession and for preventing the closure of Salt Lake City schools due to insufficient funding. Benefitting from being in the public spotlight, he was elected in 1903 as a senator in the Utah legislature, position which he held until 1912. Bamberger was instrumental in the passage of a bill which furnished funds for the founding of kindergartens and the training of teachers for pre-schoolers. In 1916 Simon was elected as Utah's first Democrat and Jewish governor. One of Bamberger's most ardent supporters was fellow Democrat and highly respected L.D.S. general authority, B. H. Roberts. The governor cemented his relationship with the Mormon community when he refused to sign an anti-Mormon petition. In conjunction with Bamberger, the Democratic majority in the state legislature enacted several laws which aligned it with the pro-reform Progressive movement. Included in a long list of regulatory legislation were enactments which granted laborers the right to unionize, formed a state industrial commission to guarantee compensation for industrial accidents and deaths (examine box 25), created a commission to oversee the activities of the security business, taxed the mining industry on a more equitable basis vis a vis other property owners, prevented utility companies from giving kickbacks to public officials, regulated the price of electricity and gas, supervised water consumption in locales experiencing substantial population growth, established judicial elections on a non-partisan basis, gave the electorate the right to participate in the calling for referenda, ratified the19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution providing for the women's right to vote, and required youth to attend high school. Declining to run for re-election in 1920, Bamberger retired from political life. Materials can be found in box 1. On 6 October 1926 Simon Bamberger died. Among those who eulogized him were L.D.S. President Heber J. Grant and Rabbi Samuel H. Gordon. The Jewish citizens of Utah remembered Bamberger as a devoted member of their community for having assisted in the construction of a new synagogue for the B'nai Israel congregation in 1891 and for having served as president of that synagogue for several years. Simon's brother Jacob died on 18 July 1928.

Julian Bamberger, nicknamed "Bam", was elected as a self-described states rights' Wilsonian Democrat to the Utah senate in 1932 when control of both houses in the legislature and the governor's office was transferred to the Democrats. He served one term ending in 1936. Respect for Julian's leadership abilities was evident in his appointment to chair legislative committees entrusted with the reorganization of state government, the writing of legislation designed to furnish emergency relief and fund public works, the drafting of a law to regulate the sale of alcoholic products, and changes in the state's sales tax law. Julian also organized an eleven Western state conference whose purpose was to propose a common taxation system for trucks and buses. Sensitive to the needs and problems arising from the state incarceration of those suffering from mental and physical disabilities as well as those convicted of crimes, Bamberger in 1934 advocated changes in the way in which the state treated and managed residents in the mental hospital, the deaf and blind school, the industrial and training schools, and the penitentiary system. Consult box 7.

Ernest, born on 11 August 1877 and Clarence, born on 16 July 1886, politically parted ways with their uncle and cousin. Both were involved in local, state, and national Republican politics. Correspondence between the brothers and various levels of government occurred frequently during six decades in the twentieth century. Correspondents included the administrative, legislative, and judicial branches of city, county, state, and federal governments. As a state and national Republican committeeman during the 1920s, Ernest lobbied several party officials on behalf of Utahans seeking federal government positions. Senator Reed Smoot was a fequent recipient of Ernest's missives. Having served in the Utah State Assembly (1908-1910) and as a member of the state Republican party's central committee in the 1960s, Clarence was also quite active in the political world. He frequently expressed his opinion on a variety of issues to prominent governmental leaders, including Marriner Eccles and J. Edgar Hoover. See boxes 13 and 14.

A constant which pervades the activities of the Bamberger family was an ethos of committment to serving the public's interests and needs. Julian was an officer in a number of state and local civic organizations, viz., the Utah Traffic Safety Council, the Salt Lake City Travelers Aid Society, the American Red Cross, and the Salt Lake Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Another example of Bamberger public service was the significant contribution which Ernest and Clarence made when they were members of the Board of Regents of the University of Utah and the Board of Trustees of Westminster College. These activities spanned the years of 1913-1955. Clarence was instrumental in the building of the Utah State Hospital for Crippled Children which was located on the U of U's campus. This edifice laid the foundation for the establishment of the university's medical center in which he was involved as a member the medical center's fund drive. In 1953 Clarence created a scholarship fund for meritorious students in the College of Mine and Mineral Industries.

Roger V. Paxton composed the biographical sketch and processed boxes 6-27.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Bamberger family papers (1845-1995) contain the personal, political, and business papers of Simon Bamberger, Julian Bamberger, and other Bamberger family members. Also present are papers dealing with the Bamberger Railroad. Included in the collection are correspondence, news articles, scrapbooks, and mementos.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Collection Name, Collection Number, Box Number, Folder Number. Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Separated Materials

Photographs were transferred to the Multimedia Division of Special Collections (P0225).

Processing Note

Processed by Craig Brown in 1980.

Addendum processed by Roger V. Paxton in 2016.

Ledgers and oversize maps processed by Betsey Welland in 2018.

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Simon Bamberger's personal and political materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Birth certificate and family tree
1845
1 2
Interview and biographical sketches
1924-1946
1 3
Correspondence
1889-1920
1 4
Correspondence with Family Members
1908-1920
1 5
Scrapbook of Utah politics
1904
1 6
Political cartoons
1904-1918
1 7
Political materials
1916-1919
1 8
Political invitations
1916-1921
1 9
Inaugural address and speeches
1917-1919
1 10
Political correspondence
1917-1920
1 11
Newspaper clippings
1903-1990
1 12
Condolence correspondence
1926
1 13
Address of Governor George H. Dern at the unveiling of the memorial tablet
1930
1 14
Address of Rabbi Samuel H. Gordon at the unveiling of the memorial tablet
1930
1 15
Utah Legislature's act for the placing of a statue of Governor Simon Bamberger in the State Capitol's rotunda
1935-1943
1 16
Memorial bust of Governor Simon Bamberger at Lagoon
1963
1 17
S. George Ellsworth, "Simon Bamberger: Governor of Utah"
1 18
Kate B. Carter, "Governors of Utah"
1944
1 19
Carlton Culmsee, "Simon Bamberger Utah's First Democratic Governor"
1978
1 20
Correspondence with Ida Bamberger
1881-1933
1 21
Ida Bamberger's diary
1918
1 22
Newspaper clippings
1902-1936

Family correspondence and assorted materials, 1878-1978Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
2 1
Programs
1878
2 2
Lagoon materials
1896-1970
2 3
Correspondence of Sidney M. Bamberger
1902-1919
2 4
Newspaper clippings regarding Sidney M. Bamberger
1911
2 5
Correspondence of Bertha G. Bamberger
1908-1939
2 6
Newspaper clippings regarding Bertha Bamberger
1938-1939
2 7
Memoirs of Louhela Bamberger McFarlane
2 8
Correspondence of Elsa Bamberger Michael
1970
2 9
Newspaper clippings and letter regarding Edith H. Bamberger
1978
2 10
Newspaper clippings and assorted materials
2 11
Stock certificates

Bamberger Railroad and Transportation Company materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
3 1
Notes on the formation of the Salt Lake and Ogden Railway Company
1946
3 2
Ordinance regarding Farmington and the Salt Lake and Ogden Railway Company
1905
3 3
Letter of the Bamberger Electric Lines
1922
3 4
Bulletin and letters
1927-1956
3 5
Bamberger Railroad and Transportation Company materials
1918-1966
3 6
History and description of the Bamberger Railroad
1946
3 7
Newspaper clippings and articles
1922-1995
3 8
Newspaper clippings regarding Julian Bamberger
1926-1956

ScrapbooksReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Album
4 1
Scrapbook and newspaper clippings
1891-1905
4 2
Scrapbook of the Salt Lake and Ogden Railway Company and newspaper clippings
1905-1909
4 3
Scrapbook of photographs of Edith and Julian Bamberger
1936-1937
Folder
4 1
Certificates of Julian M. Bamberger
1906-1916

Julian Bamberger materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Album
5 1
Scrapbook, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia
1906-1910
Folder
5 1
"Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry"
1915
5 2
N. C. Hanks, "Up from the Hills"
1921

Jacob Bamberger materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
6 1-3
Correspondence with Jacob E. Bamberger
1895-1920
6 4
Correspondence with David Hyman
1904-1923
6 5
Correspondence with Denny-Renton Clay and Coal Co.
1908-1916
6 6-7
Business and general records
1891-1919
6 8
Obituary and family tree
1928

Julian Bamberger materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
7 1
Biographical materials
7 2
Assorted materials
1896-1967
7 3
Correspondence
1919-1967
7 4
Newspaper clippings
1930-1961
7 5
"Planning for Efficiency in State Welfare Institutions"
1934
7 6
"Legislative Council Recommended"
1934
7 7
Invocation prayer at the Mormon Federal Heights Ward
1966

Ernest Bamberger's correspondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
8 1-2
Correspondence
1902-1942
8 3
Extortion letter to Ernest Bamberger
1913
8 4
Chi Psi Fraternity at Williams College
1902-1904
8 5
Westminster College
1926-1927

Clarence Bamberger's correspondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
9 1-6
Correspondence
1911-1959
10 1
Correspondence with Joseph Pew
1913-1939
10 2-8
Westminster College Board of Trustees: correspondence, minutes, and reports
1945-1952

U of U Board of Regents' materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
11 1
Correspondence of J. T. Kingsbury
1904
11 2
Correspondence of the U of U Board of Regents
1913-1915
11 3
By-Laws of the Board of Regents of the University of Utah
1915
11 4
Laws and regulations of the University of Utah
1916
11 5-6
Minutes of the Board of Regents
1917
11 7
Departmental report
1917
11 8
Correspondence of John A. Widtsoe
1917-1921
11 9
Biennial report of the Board of Regents of the University of Utah
1918-1920
11 10
Correspondence of the Board of Regents
1921
11 11
Correspondence regarding Joseph F. Merrill's candidacy for the Presidency of the University of Utah
1912
11 12
Correspondence of John A. Widtsoe
1921
11 13
"U" views: scenes at the University of Utah
1921
11 14
Catalogue of the University of Utah
1921
11 15
Correspondence of George Thomas
1925
11 16
U of U Board of Regents' resolution
1958
12 1-4
Meeting minutes of the U of U's Board of Regents
1950-1951
12 5-8
Correspondence of the U of U's Board of Regents
1952-1955
12 9
U of U Alumni development fund correspondence
1950-1955
12 10
U of U correspondence
1950-1955
12 11
U of U Board of Regents' award to Clarence Bamberger
1968

Political correspondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
13 1-2
Correspondence: Federal Government and Ernest Bamberger
1905-1935
13 3
Correspondence: Federal Government and Clarence Bamberger
1913-1951
13 4
Correspondence: U.S. Presidents and Ernest and Clarence Bamberger
1917-1960
13 5
Correspondence: Marriner Eccles and Clarence Bamberger
1935-1960
13 6
Correspondence: J. Edgar Hoover and Clarence Bamberger
1937
13 7
Correspondence: U.S. Senate and Ernest and Clarence Bamberger
1916-1959
13 8-10
Correspondence: Reed Smoot and Ernest Bamberger
1920-1932
13 11
Correspondence: William King and Ernest and Clarence Bamberger
1918-1940
13 12
Correspondence: Elbert Thomas and Ernest and Clarence Bamberger
1935-1937
13 13-14
Correspondence: U.S. House of Representatives and Ernst and Clarence Bamberger
1903-1935
14 1
Correspondence: Utah State government and the Bamberger family
1901-1952
14 2
Correspondence: Utah State Legislature and Ernest Bamberger
1921-1929
14 3
Correspondence: Non-Utah state governments and Clarence and Ernest Bamberger
1913-1970
14 4
Correspondence: City governments and Ernest and Clarence Bamberger
1917-1933
14 5
Correspondence: County governments and Clarence and Ernest Bamberger
1913-1928
14 6
Correspondence: Courts and Ernest Bamberger
1921-1928
14 7
Correspondence: Republican National Committee and Ernest Bamberger
1920-1924
14 8
Correspondence: Republican State and County Committees and Clarence and Ernest Bamberger
1914-1932
14 9
Correspondence: Colored Republican Club of Weber County and State of Utah and Ernest Bamberger
1922-1924
14 10
Reed Smoot materials
1913-1953
14 11
Newspaper clipping and biographical sketch: Ernest Bamberger
1928
14 12
Letter: J. Reuben Clark and J. Bracken Lee
1957
14 13
Correspondence: Clarence Bamberger
1959-1964
14 14
Republican Party materials
1922-1928
14 15
Republican Party materials
1947-1963

General correspondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
15 1
Correspondence: William A. Paine
1900
15 2
Correspondence: Glenn S. Warner
1904-1917
15 3
Correspondence: Bernard M. Baruch
1908-1938
15 4
Correspondence: Albert J. Beveridge
1920-1926
15 5
Correspondence: Frank Hitchcock
1922-1933
15 6
Correspondence: William H. Crocker
1929
15 7
Correspondence: Adolphe Menjou
1931-1935
15 8
Correspondence: Will H. Hays
1932
15 9
Correspondence: Joseph P. Kennedy
1937
15 10
Correspondence: Prescott S. Bush
1943
15 11
Correspondence: Jonas Salk
1963
15 12
Correspondence: David Packard
1969
15 13
Assorted correspondence
1897-1939
15 14
Assorted autographs

PublicationsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
16 1
Kennecott Copper Corporation's annual reports
1916-1921
16 2
Herbert Hoover's autographed copy of "American Individualism"
1922
16 3
Federal Reserve's historical chart books
1963-1965
16 4
"Essays in Money and Credit"
1964
16 5
Lawrence Nabers and Jewell Rasmussen, "Employment and Population Analysis and Projections Ogden Metropolitan Area, Utah and the United States"
1963
16 6
Reed Richardson and Sheelwant Pawar, "Population Characteristics of the Salt Lake Metropolitan Area"
1964
16 7
"Utah Historical Quarterly"
1967-1988
16 8
Assorted reports and publications
1904-1928

Ontario Silver Mining Company materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
17 1-7
Correspondence
1888-1923
17 8
Department of Interior correspondence
1901-1921
18 1
Ontario Silver Mining Company by-laws
1880
18 2
Financial statements and general materials
1888-1918
18 3
General materials
1885-1913

Keystone Mining CompanyReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
19 1-5
Correspondence
1907-1935
19 6
Cash book
1910-1911
19 7
List of stockholders
1925-1926
19 8
Agreements and financial materials
1902-1929

Daly West Mining CompanyReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
20 1
Daly Mining Company articles of incorporation
1884
20 2
Description of the Daly Mine
1888
20 3-7
Correspondence: Daly Mining Company
1900-1922

Weber Coal CompanyReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
21 1-5
Correspondence
1903-1908
21 6
General materials
21 7
Ely-Witch Copper Company materials
1906-1929
21 8
Superintendent's report of the Ely-Witch Copper Company
1907

Mining company correspondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
22 1
Correspondence: Gold Ridge Mining Company
1902-1928
22 2
General materials
1904-1946
22 3
Correspondence: Golden Crown Mining Company
1906-1922
22 4
General materials
1906-1914
22 5
Correspondence: Naildriver Mining Company
1912-1921
22 6
Correspondence reagrding Nevada mining interests
1896-1912
22 7
Correspondence: Alaska Mining Company
1906-1928
22 8
Correspondence: Silver Peak Mining Company
1904
22 9
First Mortgage and District Court summons: Ohio Copper Company
1907-1916

General correspondence and materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
23 1
Western Union Telegrams
1876-1948
23 2
Assorted correspondence
1907-1939
23 3
Correspondence: Federal Leasing Company
1911-1915
23 4
Utah Power and Light Company materials
1915-1916
23 5
Company reports and notices
1915-1938
23 6
Correspondence: The American Red Cross
1948
23 7
Theater programs
1894-1924
24 1-3
Correspondence: H. Content and Company
1904-1925
24 4-7
General materials
1909-1931
24 8
Receipts

Utah Industrial Commission and Keystone Mining CompanyReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
25 1
Report on the activities of the I.W.W.
1923
25 2
Mining inspector report of strike committee demands
1924
25 3
Mining inspector reports
1920-1926
25 4-7
Industrial Commission of Utah hearings and decisions re. deaths and injury
1924-1926
25 8
Industrial Commission of Utah correspondence
1925-1931
25 9
Payroll reports
1925-1931

General materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
26 1
Articles of incorporation: Park City Water Works Company
26 2
Title abstracts
1888
26 3
Deeds
1889-1903
26 4
General documents
1889-1945
26 5
Business and general records
1898-1931
26 6-7
Correspondence: Philadelphia Smelting and Refining Company
1897-1899
26 8
Correspondence: U.S. Department of the Interior
1918-1930
Container(s) Description Dates
People
Box
27-29
J. E. Bamberger letter copy books
1891-1922
30-31
J. E. Bamberger accounting and stock ledgers
1906-1922
32
Ernest Bamberger letter copy books
1904-1909
33-34
Ernest Bamberger accounting and stock ledgers
1901-1922
35
Clarence Bamberger accounting and stock ledgers
1912-1922
35
Dorothy Bamberger accounting and stock ledgers
1921-1922
35
Simon Bamberger letter copy book
1897-1899
Companies
Box
36
American Smelting and Refining Company assay copy book
From the Germania and Mingo Plants.
1901-1902
36
British-Mutual Film Corporation of America
This ledger contains articles of incorporation, by-laws and a few board meeting minutes.
1947-1950; 1955
37
Daly West Mining Company
These ledgers contains articles of incorporation, board meeting minutes and a letter copy book.
1893-1903; 1910
38
Ely-Witch Copper Company
These ledgers contains board meeting minutes.
1906-1911
39
Federal Leasing Company
This ledger contains correspondence, articles of incorporation, agreements and meeting minutes.
1911-1917
39
Gold Ridge Mining Company
This ledger contains articles of incorporation and a few meeting minutes.
1896-1901
39
Goodwin's Weekly Publishing Company
This ledger contains articles of incorporation and board meeting minutes.
1914-1927
39
Keough Gold and Copper Mining Company
This ledger contains articles of incorporation, bill of sale and a stock holders meeting minutes.
1899; 1905
40
Keystone Mining Company
These ledgers contain stockholder information, articles of incorporation and meeting minutes.
1902-1923
41
Naildriver Mining Company
These ledgers contain stockholder information and a letter copy book.
1914-1916
41
Park City Water Works Company
This ledger contains articles of incorporation and meeting minutes.
1879-1907
41
Salt Lake Oil Company
This ledger contains a few meeting minutes.
1882-1884; 1902; 1910
41
Silver Key Mining Company
This ledger contains articles of incorporation and meeting minutes.
1901-1903
41
White Pine Lead Company
This ledger contains accounting information.
1905-1917
42-43
Ontario Silver Mining Company letter copy books
1894-1905
44
Ontario Silver Mining Company accounting ledgers
1891-1907
45-46
Weber Coal Company letter copy books
1894-1919
47
Weber Coal Company ledger and assay reports
The ledger contains articles of incorporation and meeting minutes.
1888-1919
48
Weber Coal Company accounting ledgers
1900-1906
General ledgers
Box
49
Unidentified accounting and mining ledgers
1859; 1902-1926
50
Bamberger Investment and Exploration Company stockholders ledgers
1915-1916
50
Bamberger and McMillan letter copy book
1899-1901
50
News clippings scrapbooks
1875-1894

Oversize mining mapsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder item
1 1
Map showing Bamberger North Group with reference to New York & Nail Driver, Park City District, Utah. F.A.V.Kesselhut, EMCE
1 2
Plat showing the conflict existing between various lode locations situated in the Blue Ledge Mining District, Wasatch County, Utah. Certified by Lafayette G. Burton.
1 3
Plat of the claim of Abe Johnson known as the Grant number 2 lode in the Blue Ledge Mining District, Wasatch County, Utah
1923
1 4
Blue Ledge Mining District, Wasatch County, Utah
1 5
Anchor, Daly West, Quincy, Little Bell and Daly mining claims
1 6
Daly and Daly West section on dip of vein and plan
1 7
Plat showing property of the Last Chance Mining Company and adjoining claims, Bingham, Salt Lake County, Utah.L. G. Burton, U.S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
1898
1 8
Plat of the claim of Lone Pine Mining Company known as the Paul Lode in Snake Creek Mining District, Wasatch County, Utah
1941
1 9
Property map New Park Mining Company
1 10
Map of Ontario Company’s property
1 11
Ontario drain tunnel diagram, Park City, Utah
circa 1921
1 12
Ontario Silver Mining Company’s right of way for flume along Silver Creek. Also displays Echo and Park City branch of the U.P. RY
1 13
Salt Lake Coal Company property map
1 14
Silver Key and Key Stone workings
1 15
Areas of above mining properties in Snake Creek Mining District, Wasatch County, Utah
1 16
Map of Tintic Mining Districts, Juab and Utah Counties, Utah
1 17
Plat of the claim of Utah Old Glory Mining Company known as the President, Secretary, and Secretary Fraction Lodes in Big Cottonwood mining district in Salt Lake County, Utah
1911
1 18
Plan and section map: 657 Stope, assay average, $17.40, Heath Stope, assay average, $4.12
1 19
Unidentified plat map on Utah and Wyoming border
1 20
Unidentified plat map
1 21
Ground magnetic and IP-Resistivity survey grid map, Delamar Nevada Project
1 22
Mining map of the Lackwaxen, Bell of Alton, Grace, Lake, Boulder and Dudu lots
1 23
Plat of sub-division number 1 of Millsite Reservation, Park City, Summit County, Utah. Filed by John Boyden, County Recorder
1887
1 24
Unidentified mining map of number 6 level
1 25
Salt Lake City Airport and adjacent power lines owned by Utah Power and Light Company
1938
1 26-28
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils, Soil Maps of South Carolina, Due West Sheet, Abbeville Sheet, and Darlington Sheet
1902
1 29-31
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils, Soil Maps of North Carolina, Taylorsville Sheet, Hickory Sheet, and Mt. Mitchell Sheet
1902
1 32-34
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils, Soil Maps of Virginia, Harrisonburg Sheet, Waynesboro Sheet, and Buckingham Sheet
1902
1 35
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils, Soil Map of Alabama, Perry Company Sheet
1902

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Jews--Utah
  • Railroads--Utah

Personal Names

  • Bamberger, Ida Maas, 1863-1936 (contributor)
  • Bamberger, Jacob, 1852-1928 (contributor)
  • Bamberger, Julian, 1889-1967 (contributor)
  • Bamberger, Sidney, 1883-1911 (contributor)

Family Names

  • Bamberger family