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Rawhide Mining Stocks and Map Group (110825)

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Rawhide Mining Stocks and Map Group  (110825)
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Rawhide was one of Nevada's last great mining boom town of the 20th Century. Joe McDonald described the town in 1920; he wrote "The life of Rawhide was short, snappy and complete. In the span of three years it grew from two tents to a town of 10,000 people…was destroyed by fire, partially rebuilt and then almost overnight practically deserted" (p. 7). Rawhide played host to a number of influential and colorful characters, including Montana politician E.W. King. King arrived in Rawhide shortly after the announcement of the boom in the fall of 1907. King has been a prominent member on the political, mining and industrial scene in Montana. It was a business trip to Rawhide that King bought interest in the Miller leases on Hooligan Hill. Within a year King along with the Grutt Brothers and Nat. C. Goodwin had bought out several other smaller mining companies including the Rawhide Coalition Mining Co. (p. 39-40). [REF: Rawhide, Hugh Shamberger]. This group consists of three stocks from Rawhide Coalition Mining Co. as well as a mining claims map of Rawhide. 1) Stock no. 1613 issued to Millard Herrington for 100 shares on April 16, 1908. It was incorporated under the laws of the state of Nevada, and its offices where located in Reno. It was signed by W.A. Miller, president and R.M. Van Dorn, secretary. The printer is identified as Utah Lithograph Co. Salt Lake City. The mines are located in the Regent Mining District which was Esmeralda County at the time. It measures 11.40" x 8.35" and has some wear including creases and tears. Not Cancelled. 2) Stock no. A48485 issued to J. Henry McLaughlin on January 17, 1910 for 100 shares. Note that post 1908 stocks have a different vignette. It was signed by E.W. King, president and R.M. Van Dorn. The printer is identified as Globe Litho. Co. New York. It measures 11.20" x 7.45" and has little wear. Not cancelled. 3) Stock no. A55495 it was issued to C.F. Belser for 100 shares on May 31, 1910. The printer is identified as Globe Litho. Co. New York. It measures 11.20" x 7.45" and has little wear. Not cancelled. 4) Rawhide, Nevada Gold Camp Map. "The heart of the producing area of Rawhide." The map shows several of the mines in Rawhide including, the Rawhide Coalition Mines Co., Roseberry Rawhide Mining Co., Rawhide Queen Mines Co., and much more! The map measures 8.60" x 11" and has some wear including creases.

Provenance:
Country (if not USA):
State: Nevada
City/County: Rawhide
Date: c1910