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  1. Caso sobre la certificacion que se pide cada año al Padre Provincial de la Compana de Jesus, del numero de los religiosos que estan en sus missiones

    Two page manuscript requesting the Padre Provincial to provide certification of the number of religious at the missions. Endorsement by Juan de Ledesma, Diego Diaz de Pangua, Guillermo de Biris, and Francisco Calderon. Written in Mexico City, December 15, ...

    castanoe - 2014-02-27 14:15

  2. Aphold Family Papers

    The Apholds were an Arizona pioneer family and miners that resided in Tucson. Adelaide A. Aphold and Henry Louis Aphold, brother and sister, inherited many of the family gold, silver and lead ore mines. Their father, Henry Louis Aphold, Sr., was a salesma ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-09 14:38

  3. Bloom Southwest Jewish Archives Arizona Reference Files

     Collection contains wide-ranging types of material regarding Jewish individuals and institutions in Arizona, principally southern Arizona. This material is especially reflective of the late-nineteenth century and the role of Jews in the Arizona Territory ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-09 15:27

  4. Records of the Arizona Copper Company

    The Arizona Copper Company was a mining company of Edinburgh, Scotland, operating in the Clifton- Morenci area of Arizona from 1882-1921. The company was sold to Phelps Dodge Corporation in 1921. Collection includes business records of the company pertain ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-10 14:24

  5. Records of the Twin Buttes Mining and Smelting Company

    Mining operation in the Twin Buttes area, Pima County, Arizona, subsequently leased or owned by Bush-Baxter, Glance Mining Company, Midland Copper Company, San Xavier Extension Copper Company. In addition to its mines the company operated a boarding house ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-10 14:29

  6. Jacobs Family Papers

    L.M. Jacobs and Company, formerly M.I. Jacobs and Company, was a family business serving the mining camps and military establishments in Arizona during the 1870s. Their money exchange business grew significantly by 1871; gold coin from San Francisco was e ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-10 14:29

  7. Documents Relating to Southwest History

    Juan Bautista de Anza, 1963-1740,was born in Basque country before leaving for New Spain when he was nineteen years old. There, he worked in silver mines, joined the cavalry and established livestock ranches. When silver was discovered in 1736 under his j ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-10 14:31

  8. Records of the Empire Ranch

    Started in 1876 by Walter L. Vail and partnered with Carrol W. Gates, the Empire Ranch became the largest in Arizona with operations extended to California, Kansas and Oklahoma. The headquarters were in California. Chiricahua Ranches Company purchased the ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-10 14:34

  9. Records of Charles M. Renaud

    Charles M. Renaud was the owner of mercantile stores in the mining towns of Pearce, Gleeson, and Courtland, Arizona. Collection includes journals, customers' accounts, invoices, inventories, correspondence, and related business records of Renaud' ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-10 14:35

  10. Records of the New England and Clifton Copper Company of Arizona

    The New England and Clifton Copper Company of Arizona was formed in 1903 and Edmund Bristol was the Vice President and Managing Director of the company. Correspondence, legal papers, financial and production records, ore shipments, assay records, and list ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-10 14:36

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