James Ben Ali Haggin papers, 1887-1914.


Haggin, James Ben Ali, 1821-1914. James Ben Ali Haggin papers, 1887-1914.

James Ben Ali Haggin papers, 1887-1914.

Include letters to Haggin, relating mainly to financial investments; records, 1887-1910 (reports, accounts, stock certificates, etc.) of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company; copies of agreements with George and Phoebe Apperson Hearst; miscellaneous materials, some relating to Kern County. reel 1 includes folders 1-7; reel 2, folders 8-15.

Originals : 1 box (.4 linear ft.).Copies : 2 microfilm reels : negative (BNEG Box 2001-2002) and positive.

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Hearst, George, 1820-1891

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Chandler was the first Assistant Secretary of the Interior. From the description of George Hearst letter to George Chandler, 1889 June. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 215163630 George Hearst was a rancher, mining tycoon, and politician. In 1887 he acquired the San Francisco Examiner as payment for a gambling debt. He later turned over control of the newspaper to his son, William Randolph Hearst. Phoebe Apperson Hearst was a...

Haggin, James Ben Ali, 1822-1914

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Anaconda Company

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Anaconda Mining Company incorporated 1892; in 1895 renamed Anaconda Copper Mining Company; in 1955 reorganized as Anaconda Company; sold to Atlantic Richfield Co., 1979, and operations shut down in 1983; engaged in mining, smelting, and refining of copper, lead, zinc, and other ores, with subsidiaries in mining, lumber, coal, foundry, and other industries; headquartered in Anaconda, Mont., with major mines in Butte, Mont., area. From the description of Records, 1876-1974. (Montana Hi...

Hearst, Phoebe Apperson, 1842-1919

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