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Reynolds-Alaska Development Company stock & letter (83651)

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Reynolds-Alaska Development Company stock & letter   (83651)
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One thousand shares of founder's common stock of the Reynolds-Alaska Development Company, number A2033 issued to Frances L. Blackford on April 4, 1907 signed by Henry Reynolds, president and John G. Brady, treasurer. Reynolds-Alaska Development Company was started in the early 1900's. Mined for minerals such as copper, zinc and silver. Mine located at Prince William Sound and Latouche Island in the state of Washington. Vignette of figures with American flag. Both of the corporate signatures here are significant. Henry D. Reynolds was a famous Alaska mining figure and promoter who arrived in Prince William Sound in 1901. John G. Brady (1847-1918) was governor of Alaska from 1897 to 1906. Being involved in this company was considered a conflict of interest and he was forced from office. Also enclosed is a letter to Mrs. Martha A. Oviatt of West Hartford, CT advising that 200 deferred shares on certificate #1975 was enclosed. Printed: Albert B. King & Co. Ken Prag Collection.

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