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1 Title:   Adelberg & Raymond mining reports  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Adelberg & Raymond  
  Dates:   1844-1867  
The collection consists of mining reports, drafts, maps, and notes of the firm Adelberg & Raymond (New York, N.Y.) for Georgia mines from 1844-1867. Mines and properties include Adelberg Gold Company (Cobb County, Ga.); Brolley mine (Cherokee County, Ga.); Dr. B. Hamilton property (Cobb County, Ga.); Lewis property (White County, Ga.); and the Judge Strong mine (Cobb County, Ga.). Reports contains sections describing the mines' location, the area's terrain, climate, and geology; an analysis of the gold vein; a mining plan; and an economic view often containing information on the cost of labor, materials, and proposed output. The report for the Lewis mine also includes a history of Georgia mining. Several of the drafts are signed by Dr. Hermann Credner of Ackworth (Cobb County, Ga.).
  Identifier:   ms1355  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Rufus K. Reaves family papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Reaves family  
  Dates:   1838-1941  
The collection consists of papers of Rufus K. Reaves and the Reaves family of Athens, Georgia from 1838 to 1941. Includes correspondence, maps, reports, legal documents, accounts, receipts, and tax information pertaining to business and mining activities of Reaves and the Loud Hydraulic Hose Gold Mining Company (White County, Ga.), purchased by Reaves in the 1880s. The collection also contains materials pertaining to business and legal activities of Rufus K. Reaves, Jr., as well as indentures and deeds. Also included are the related papers of George W. Center and the Edward Lilly estate.
  Identifier:   ms1068  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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