Godiva Mining Company Stock (86752)

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Godiva Mining Company Stock   (86752)
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This item SOLD at 2019 Jul 15 @ 14:48UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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NUMBER 4 for 500 shares to John Q Packard. Signed by Robert Harkness and Packard as president.In connection with John McChrystal, Packard located the Gemini and Godiva mines, and was also interested in Eureka Hill properties, becoming in a few years one of the wealthiest men in Utah. A few years before his death he purchased the lot where the public library in Salt Lake City now stands and offered it to the city, with $75,000 for the erection of a library building. The offer was accepted and the Packard Public Library is pointed out to visitors as a monument to one of the public spirited citizens. Mr. Packard died on October 4, 1908. [utah biographies online] Not cancelled. Gold gilt border and scrip. Dateline Salt Lake City 1881. Not cancelled. Printer: Salt Lake Tribune Print. 5 x 9 ½,” trimmed tight at left. Datelined Salt Lake City. Property described as “a twin of the Gemini mining Company, operated as a closed corporation, supposedly having paid considerable dividends, but figures are not made public….The mine is one of the pioneers of the Tintic district and was once a considerable producer. Production, 1907, was only 9 carloads of ore….Presumably idle” [Ref: Mines Register, Vol. 10, 1908, p. 864]. Ken Prag Collection

Date: 1881
State/Country: Utah
City/County: Tintic