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J.S. Cain Business Letters (Mostly Mining)

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J.S. Cain Business Letters (Mostly Mining)
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These are all letters addressed to JS Cain or letters or duplicates of letters from JS Cain (with his signature) to mining and businessmen around the state of Nevada. 1) Olympic Mines Company letterhead from OMCO. 1918. Asking for suggestions about burning lime in the cyanide plant. 2) Pine Grove Nevada Gold Mining Company letterhead. 1916. Pine Grove via Yerington. Looking for help finding a tungsten mine in Eastern Nevada. 3) Five pages between Cain and the State of Nevada about the Summit Water Company. 4) 1909 Samuel Platt letterhead. Apply $60 to the Elliott note. 5) Comstock Mining & Milling Company letterhead. Two pages. From Woodbury. Letter about selling property. 6) Douglas County Farmers Bank with American Flag in color. 1918. From John Etchemendy. He will be in Cain's country in two weeks. 7) East Fork Hotel, Gardnerville letterhead. Again from Etchemendy. WIll be in Bodie soon to lease land. 8) Ben H Gordon 191- letterhead. Horseshoeing. Shod 23 head for $2.50 each. 9) George A Montrose of Gardnerville. 1928 Letterhead. Lawyer. Do you have papers for Adolph Canonica in your possession? 10) ST Kelso County Recorder for Mineral. For recording deed to the Comstock MIning & Milling Company in 1913. We never knew he owned this property. 11) Adams & Miller Letterhead, Hawthorne. Bill for hay. 12) Walker RIver Bulletin. Notice of Forfeiture in 1915. 13) Reading Brothers of Wellington letterhead. 1918. Dispute over Bodie Shelves. Do the Reading Brothers own it or was it on loan to them. 1918. Includes Cain's reply. 14) IOOF membership in Lodge #6 in Aurora. 1913. 15) 1913 Carson City News letterhead. Leasing the entire Standard Company plant. 16) Carson City Assay Office 1918 letterhead. Woodbury can not run the assay as he is running for sheriff. 17) 1913 letter from Bernard Floss asking Cain if he knows of any good mining property of sale. 18) Palace Hotel, San Francisco Pictorial Letterhead. 1913. Flew to San Francisco in an aeroplane. It was wonderful. Asking about the Brant-MacPherson trial. 19) 1928 letter about taking down the mill in Aurora. 20) Bluestone Mining & Smelting Company of Mason, Nevada Letterhead. 1919. Cain has asked for a set of crushing rolls. The one set they have left is too small. 21) 1919 letter from JS Cain to the Humboldt County Tungsten Mill and Manufacturing Company. Again, Cain is asking for crushing rolls. The SP agent at Thorne had asked the SP agent at Lovelock for leads. Letterhead from the Humboldt Tungsten Mines letting Cain know they have no rolls. 22) JS Cain to Frank Bugbee in 1929. Bugbee has done hired assessment labor for the Good Luck, Golden Eagle and Dump claims near Yerington. Cain will get a check to him soon. Includes the Bugbee contract. Includes a Nevada Assembly Letterhead. 23) Bonds forwarded to Aurora via Wichman. Tag. 1919. 24) Although only a copy, perhaps the most interesting. Between Cain and SA KNapp of San Francisco who represents the Guggenheim interests. Includes six pages about the state of the Bodie mines in 1916. Date: 1909-1928 Location: Bodie, California HWAC# 59461