Mines and mineral resources -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe County
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 554-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of a handwritten letter written on a National Mail and Transportation Company letterhead in 1879 from D. L. Miller in Santa Fe to his friend L. D. Fenn in La Veta, Colorado. The letter talks about business, ranching, and mining interests, including references to a mine in Carbonateville, New Mexico, 24 miles south of Santa Fe and the Monarch Mine, both of which were in the Cerrillos Mining District
Abstract This collection contains a series of records, photographs and related documentation collected by Homer E. Milford. They pertain to the Galisteo Mining District claims (1879) and Los Cerrillos Mining District claims (1879–1889). There is also a series of 1880 photographs of mining in the Cerrillos Hills by Santa Fe photographers Bennett and Brown and one by Ben Wittick of the Cerrillos smelter.
Dates: 1879- 2015; Majority of material found in 1879-1889