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Manuscript Group 317

Harry Loren Day, 1865-1942

Papers, 1889-1956
14 cubic feet


The papers of Harry Loren Day are part of the records of Day Mines, Inc., donated to the University of Idaho by Henry Day in 1984 and 1985. Initial processing of this manuscript group was done by Clay Williams in August 1988, with funds provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Processing was completed by Judith Nielsen in November 1992.

BIOGRAPHY

Harry Loren Day, the eldest son of Henry and Ellen Day, was born at Dayton, Nevada, on December 12, 1865. He was graduated from the two-year business course at St. Mary's College, San Francisco, and assisted his father in the family store at Wardner, kept accounts for other merchants, worked in mines in Idaho and Montana, and played a dominant role in the development of the Hercules Mine which he and Fred Harper discovered in 1889. Like his father he was an active Republican in Idaho politics. In 1899 he was secretary of the Idaho senate, and in 1913 was the first president of the Idaho Mining Association. He was also Idaho commissioner to the Pan-Pacific Exposition in 1915. Harry and his brothers Jerome and Eugene became Democrats and remained so until Franklin Roosevelt caused them to return to the Republican party.

In 1900 he married Helen Bernadette (Nellie) Dwyer, daughter of a farmer near the Old Mission. The Catholic ceremony was held at the Cataldo Mission church on August 13; one son, Henry Lawrence Vincent, was born to them.

Harry managed the Hercules company from 1898 to 1912, and again from 1922 until he gradually turned the duties over to his son. He was also president and general manager of the Federal Mining and Smelting Company, 1912-1916, and took the title of traffic manager of the Hercules and associated companies, 1916-1922, directing the delicate coordination of ore production, routing, and smelting necessary for commercial success.

While manager of the Hercules, Day and his associates acquired a Wallace newspaper, bank, real estate, concentrating mills, a lead smelter in Washington and another in Pennsylvania. He shared the Hercules with his family and protected a tight family control. He was also, with his family, an owner of the renowned Portland Hotel in Portland, Oregon from 1910-1942.

His lifetime hobby was target shooting, and in later years collected western Americana. Although he was a principal in a lumber company and a notable livestock breeding partnership, his career centered on mining in the Coeur d'Alene district. His acumen as a businessman is evident in his fight with the Guggenheims in their bid to monopolize smelting in North America. Shortly after the takeover he was hired as manager of one of their smelters.

Harry remained in the Wallace region while business dictated, but moved to California when he was able. In his later years he was like any other wealthy grandfather, gardening and enjoying visits with his nieces and nephews at his sea captains home in Las Palmas near Santa Barbara. He also retained a lifelong interest in boats by sailing with his brother-in-law, Robert Ellis. In the early 1930s they were shopping to buy a sea going yacht over a hundred feet long. Harry Day died in Santa Barbara on November 19, 1942. He was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery, Spokane.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The papers of Harry L. Day span the years 1899 to 1956 with the bulk of the material covering the years 1900 to 1940. Included are correspondence relating to the Hercules Mining company and personal correspondence, records relating to his activities with the State Bank of Commerce, 1905-1936; Federal Mining and Smelting Company, 1912-1921; his property and investments, Wallace Realty Co., and other mining activities. Other papers contain Day's financial records, date books, and an early ore shipment record.

Refoldering the material, combining the contents of less bulky folders, and discarding duplicate material reduced the bulk of this group by five cubic feet.

ARRANGEMENT AND DESCRIPTION

The papers of Harry L. Day are divided into four series.

The first series, General Correspondence and Related Records, had been subdivided into three subseries. The first of these contain letters relating to the Hercules Mining Company and the Day family, taken from Harry Day's letter cases, probably by Henry L.V. Day, for the use of C.R. Stark or John Fahey, or both, in their research projects concerning the Day properties. They are in approximate chronological order.

The letters in the second subseries were originally stored in letter cases labeled "Personal letters, bills, receipts." It is dominated by correspondence which related primarily to the mining businesses of Harry and other Day family members. Also included are items concerning politics and legislation as it affects mining, the Roman Catholic Church, and club memberships. The bills and receipts are chiefly for personal and household expenses. The subseries is arranged first by year and then alphabetically by personal or corporate names, using only the initial letter.

The third subseries contains similar material but is arranged alphabetically using both initial letter and full name designations. Included are correspondence, reports, claims, maps, contracts, settlements, and other records relating to the operation, production and proposed consolidation of the Hercules and Tamarack and Custer mining companies. There are also files on several smaller companies such as the Headlight, Hummingbird, Morning, and Western union. This subseries also contains personal correspondence and other records relating to Henry, Eleanor, Jerome, Blanche, and other Day family members. Of special interest is a letter from General W.T. Sherman dated February 9, 1848 and a 1882 photograph of the general autographed at Fort Boise.

Series two contains records concerning Harry's interest in several areas. The first of these is the State Bank of Commerce which contains copies of letters concerned with the grand jury inquiry into his service as bank director, 1909-1911, and his purchase of the bank's assets in 1913. Also included is a report on the investigation of the bank by Bland & Wilson, prepared in 1912. The correspondence in this subseries in alphabetical order and appears to have been refoldered by Henry L. Day in the 1970s. The records relating to his presidency of the Federal Mining and Smelting Company, 1912-1921, contain correspondence, financial statements, records relating to the Federal M & S vs. Washington Water Power Company suit, and transcripts of the testimony in the case of Star Mining Co. vs. Federal Mining & Smelting Company in 1921.

The Property and Investment records contain correspondence, certificates of incorporation stock certificates, balance sheets, location notices, abstracts of title, insurance policies, deeds, and other material related to the mining interests of Harry Day. The real estate records include tax sale certificates, tax receipts, land patents, indentures, bills of sale, etc. for properties in Wallace, Idaho; Santa Barbara, Dunsmuir, and Richmond, California; Portland, Oregon; and Spokane, Washington. The items in boxes 9-10 were originally in bundles and were placed in unlabeled folders by the original processor, therefore the folder headings are arbitrary, many taken from the inventory prepared by Day when he examined the material in 1972 (e.g. Bundle #1, Small cardboard box.) Material was arranged alphabetically by subject. Of interest in the Small Cardboard Box folder is a list of the property given to Henry by his parents when they retired to California in 1934. Also included in this series are reports of detectives working on the Eugene Day divorce case. The remaining material in this series was in labeled folders, two boxes relating to mining and one to bonds and other investments held by Day. These retain their original alphabetical order.

The third series contains financial material. Included are bills and receipts relating to the Day's estate Las Palmas in Santa Barbara, California, financial ledgers, voucher registers, and cash receipt books. Some of the ledgers were also used by Henry L. Day which accounts for the later ending dates for these items. The personal voucher registers for February 1928 to October 1930, and August 1935 to September 1937 are missing. The miscellaneous voucher register appears to relate to the family's interest in the Day businesses.

The other records in the final series are two date books which indicate where Harry was on each day and who he was with, and an ore shipment record for the years 1905-1906.

SERIES LIST

I. General Correspondence and Related Records, 1889-1941	1-6
	A. Hercules Mine, 1889-1913
	B. Chronological Files, 1891-1914
	C. Alphabetical Files, 1905-1941
II. Records Relating to Harry Day's Activities, 1889-1941	6-12
	A. Director of the State Bank of Commerce, 1905-1912
	B. President of Federal Mining and Smelting Co., 1903-1921
	C. Records Relating to Property and Investments, 1889-1941
III. Financial Records, 1911-1956	12-13 +os
IV. Other Records, 1905-1935	13

HARRY LOREN DAY
INVENTORY

Box 	Folder	Description							

I. Correspondence and Related Records, 1889-1941

A. Hercules Mine, 1889-1913

1	1	File #3, April-August 1904
	2	File #4, September-December 1904
	3	Hoist file, 1903-1904
	4	Files #4-5, September. 1904-May 1905
	5	File #8, September 1904-September 1905
	6	File #9, September-December 1905
	7	File #9, Family, September-December 1905
	8	File #10, December 1905-May 1906
	9	File #11, May-August 1906
	10	File #11 1/2, August-December 1906
	11	File #12, January - November 1907
	12	Files #13-14, July 1907-March 1908
	13	File #15, February-July 1908
	14	File #16, July-December 1908
	15	File #19, August 1909-January 1910
	16	File #20, January-April 1910
	17	Files #21-24, May 1910-December 1911
	18	File #25-27, January 1912-May 1913
	19	General, 1889-1904
	20	Statements (intermittent), 1898-1905
	21	"Desk Files," Lead trust, etc., 1904-1905

B. Chronological Files, 1891-1914

	22	Bills and receipts, 1891-1903
	23	Legal papers, 1897-1907
	24-30	A-Z, 1904
	31-34	A-M, 1905
2	35-37	N-Z, 1905
	38-44	A-Z, 1906
	45-52	A-Z, 1907
	53-62	A-Z, 1908
	63-67	A-G, 1909
3	68-74	H-Z, 1909
	75-86	A-Z, 1910
	87-94	A-Z, 1911
	95-101	A-Z, 1912
	102-104	A-M, 1913
4	105-106	N-Z, 1913
	107	A-Z, 1914

C. Alphabetical Files, 1905-1947

	108	Alexander, Moses: Rights of way for roads, 1918-1923
	109	American Smelting & Refining Co., 1916-1924
	110	Anchor Group: Progress report, 1930
	111	Assessment of mining companies, 1913
	112	B, 1937
	113	Bar Association data, 1941
	114	Basin Mining Co., 1922-1923
	115	Beach & boat, 1925-1933
	116	Blast furnace reports (Northport), January & December, 1918
	117	Bohemian Club, 1922-1933
	118	Borah, William E., 1924-1934
	119	Boyce, Edward & Eleanor Day, 1925-1935
	120	Bridge (card game) rules, n.d.
	121	Bullion Mining Co., stock certificate, 1916
	122	Bunker Hill & Sullivan contract with Tacoma Smelting Co., 1905
	123	Burke, Idaho, 1924-1929
	124	Cabbell Mountain District, Grant Co., Oregon, 1915
	125	Cemetery, Holy Cross, 1935
	126	Coeur d'Alene Mining District, clippings, 1907-1926
	127	Coke, 1918
	128	Consolidation of mining companies, 1921, 1937
	129	Copper Chief Mining Co., stock certificate, 1918
	130	Custer correspondence, 1906-1907
	131	D, 1939
	132	Day, Eugene: Estate settlement, 1922
	133	Murrel Hargis v. August Paulsen, et al., 1916
	134	Hecla law suit, 1921
	135	Day, Harry L. Baptismal certificate, marriage license, passports, 1900-1931
	136-139	Personal, 1929-1940
	140	Miscellaneous items, 1918-1939
	141-146	Day, Henry Lawrence, 1929-1939
5	147	Day, Jerome J., 1922, 1932
	148	Political clippings, 1916
	149	Tamarack operation cost, 1925-1927
	150	Rail rates, 1918
	151	E-F, 1939
	152	Electoral college, 1916
	153	Ellis, Robert H. & Blanche, 1926-1938
	154	Federal Mining & Smelting Co., 1913-1914
	155	Forest Service, 1929
	156	Fremont Restaurant Co., Wallace, Id., 1926
	157	G, 1938-1939
	158	Guelph Mining & Milling Co., 1923-1925
	159	H-J, 1939
	160	Headlight Mining Company, 1913-1915
	161	Hercules Mining Company, 1922-1925
	162	Incorporation, 1921-1925
	163	Mill - E.H. Laws, 1923
	164	Stock farm (Day Rothrock Co.), 1917-1923
	165	Honolulu Mining Company, 1924
	166	Hoover, William (Hercules personnel, telephones), 1922-1923
	167	Horseshoe Creek coal claims, Fremont County, Idaho, 1905
	168-170	Hot Springs Club, 1938-1940
	171	Humming Bird, Sherman Lead, Stratton Mines, 1924-1926
	172	Hypotheek Mining & Milling Co., 1915
	173	Insurance, 1918-1919
	174	Iron Mountain Tunnel Company, 1915
	175	James Cunningham, Son & Co., 1927-1928
	176	K-L, 1937-1939
	177	Labor, 1918
	178	Land Transfers, Spokane County, Washington, 1914-1920
	179	Lane Lumber Co., 1911
	180	Laws, Eugene H., 1918; 1923
	181	Lawson, A. Werner, 1922
	182	Lead Crystal Mining Co., 1913
	183	Legislation, 1915
	184	Liberty Group C, 1925
	185	M, 1939
	186	Maggy, P.J., statements & settlements, 1932
	187	Maher-Hearn Group (Gertie), claim map, 1923-1930
	188	Marsh Mining Company, 1915
	189	McClure news syndicate, 1940
	190	Mining companies, miscellaneous, 1920-1925
	191	Miscellaneous items (Truckee newspaper, Sherman letter, etc.,) 1848-1918
	192	Miscellaneous correspondence, Northport Smelter, 1916-1923
	193	Miscellaneous material, 1930-1943
6	194	Morning Mine - Federal Mining & Smelting Co., 1914-1915
	195	N-Q, 1939
	196	Northport Smelting & Refining Co. : Audit data, 1916-1918
	197	Electrolytic costs, 1918
	198	Saving iron at Hercules Mill, 1918
	199	Ore transports, 1919-1923
	200	Placer Creek retaining wall, 1927
	201	R, 1939
	202	Rathdrum land, 1918-1924
	203	Rex Mining Company, 1915
	204	S, 1939
	205	St. Alphonsus Church, 1926
	206	St. Mary's College, California, 1935
	207	Spokane contract proposals - Bunker Hill smelter, 1919-1922
	208	Stansfield Forest Reserve Bill, 1926
	209	Statements (Personal financial), 1938
	210	Stewart Mining Company, 1914-1915
	211	Stratton vs. Option controversy, 1926
	212	Strode, A.M., 1912-1913
	213	T-V, 1939
	214	Telegrams, 1905-1906
	215	Thom, Clarence, 1923
	216	Turley, Patrick, Estate, 1915-1916
	217	W, 1916-1917
	218	W-Z, 1939
	219	Western Precipitation Co., Cottrell process, 1916-1917
	220	Western Union Mining Co., 1923-1924
	221	Workmen's Compensation laws, 1913

II. Records Relating to Harry Day's Activities, 1899-1941

A. Director of the State Bank of Commerce, 1905-1912

	222-225	Correspondence, A-Z, 1907-1911
	226	Papers relating to the criminal prosecution, 1905-1910
	227	Report on investigation of State Bank of Commerce, Wallace, Idaho, by Bland & Wilson, Accountants, January 8, 1912

B. President of Federal Mining and Smelting Co., 1903-1921

	228	Correspondence, A, 1912-1915
	229	American Mining Congress, 1912-1914
	230	Associated Press, 1913-1914
	231	B, 1913-1915
	232	Brownell, Francis H., 1912-1913
	233	Burbidge, Frederick, 1913
	234	Butte-Duluth Mining Company, 1914
	235	Cardoner, Damian, 1913-1914
	236	Coeur d'Alene production, 1913-1914
	237	D, 1913-1917
	238	Deep Wonder Mining Company, 1914-1915
	239	Dwyer, P.J. & W.P., 1914-1915
	240	E, 1915
	241	Eilers, Karl, 1912-1913
7	242	F, 1913-1915
	243-245	Federal Mining and Smelting Co., 1912-1916
	246	G, 1915-1916
	247	Green Hill Cleveland Mining Co., 1912-1915
	248	Green Hill flotation, 1914-1915
	249	Hercules, 1913-1915
	250	Hull, H.J., 1915
	251	K, 1915-1916
	252	Kerney, Thomas J, 1938-1940
	253	L, 1914-1915
	254	M, 1909-1916
	255	Macbeth, Ravenel, 1914-1916
	256	May Day group, 1914-1915
	257	Morning Mill, 1912
	258	N, 1914-1916
	259	O, 1915
	260	Ore shipments, 1912-1915
	261	Oro Grande, 1914
	262	P, 1915
	263	Portland Hotel, 1914-1915
	264	Press-Times editorials, etc., 1915-1917
	265	Priest Rapids Power Company, 1914-1915
	266	R, 1915-1917
	267	Rossi, Herman J., 1913-1914
	268	Rothrock, Frank M., 1914
	268	Ryan, John D., 1914
	270	S, 1913-1916
	271	Safety first, 1915-1916
	272	Smith, E. Percy, 1913-1916
	273	Special watchman, 1914
	274-275	Stewart Mining Company, 1913-1915
	276	Success Mine, 1914
	277	Sweeney, Frank, 1913-1915
	278	T, 1914-1915
	279	Tamarack & Custer Mining Co., 1913-1915
	280	U, 1915-1916
	281	Vulcan, n.d.
	282	W, 1914-1915
	283	Walker, R.M., 1914-1915
	284	Wark, Robert M., 1914-1915
	285	Washington gold mining claims near Laurier, 1922
	286	Z, 1915
	287	Zinc rates, 1912-1913
8	288	Thompson Falls power project, 1907-1916
	289	S.E. Peel, contractor, 1914-1915
	290	Signed contracts, 1914
	291	Max Hebgen, General Manager, Montana Power Company, Butte, 1914-1916
	292	Miscellaneous, 1910-1915
	293	Washington Water Power Company, 1908-1912
	294	Agreements, 1913-1914
	295	Contracts, 1908-1916
	296	Rush J. White, 1913-1913
	297	H.W. York, 1913-1914
	298-302	Washington Water Power Rate Case: Legal documents, 1908-1915
	303-307	Star Mining Co. vs. Federal Mining and Smelting Co., transcript of hearing, 1921
	308	Organizational records, 1903-1915
	309	Miscellaneous papers, 1906-1916
	310	Monthly statements, 1912-1913
	

C. Records Relating to Property and Investments, 1889-1941

9	312	Adams, John B., deeds, options, etc., 1905
	313	Agreements, 1904-1910
	314	Amazon-Manhattan Mining Co., 1904
	315	Ambergris Mining Co., 1910
	316	American Smelting and Refining Co., Sundry papers, 1912-1913
	317	Bank of California loan guarantee, 1916
	318	Bonds: Porto Rico and Hawaii, 1924-1929
	319	Borah, William E., 1912
	320	Boyce, Eleanor Day & Edward, holdings of, 1922-1938
	321	Bundle #1 (mainly F. Cushing Moore), 1916-1926
	322	Bundle #2 (mining papers), 1902-1916
	323	Bundle #4 (stock holdings & certificates), 1916-1932
	324	Cardoner case, 1915-1917
	325-326	Confidential agents' reports (mainly Eugene Day case), 1905-1918
	327	Confidential reports (State Bank of Commerce/B.F. O'Neil affair), 1912-1913
	328-331	Consolidated Interstate-Callahan Mining Co., General Superintendent's report, 1915-1922
	332	Cuban Cain Products Company, Inc., 1932
	333	Donlan, Edward, data, 1907-1916
	334	Federal Circuit Court data, 1907
	335	Fitzgerald, John L., 1911
	336	Franz patent papers, 1904
	337	Deep Wonder Mining Co., 1911
	338	Evolution Mining District, Shoshone Co., 1903-1904
	339	Happy Day Mine, 1916
10	340	Hercules Mining Company, 1905-1910
	341	Agreements, 1902-1922
	342	Deeds, indentures, etc., 1902-1904
	343	Guardianship of Amzel Samuels, 1906
	344	Incorporation, 1923-1924
	345	Location notices, etc., 1889-1904
	346	Ore contracts, proofs of labor, etc, 1902-1937
	347	Hibernia securities, 1937-1940
	348	Humming Bird Mining Co., 1911
	349	Inventory of Diebold safe, December 29, 1925
	350	Kill Buck Mining co., Butte, Montana, 1902-1922
	351	Lelande Mining District, Shoshone Co., 1901-1904
	352	List of warrants to Harry L. Day, 1989
	353	Mica Rural Electric Co., 1941
	354	Mining deeds, 1919
	355	Mining stock held by Harry Day, 1911
	356	New Velvet Portland Mine, 1906
	357	New York Life Insurance Company, 1898-1902
	358	Personal Correspondence, 1905-1913
	359	Placer Center Mining District, 1889-1904
	360	Placer locations, California, 1933-1934
	361	Political letters, 1905-1907
	362	Portland Hotel, 1909-1911
	363	Promissory notes, 1905-1940
	364	Quartz location notices, 1889-1890
	365	Quitclaim deed to Thomas Powers, 1913
	366	Real estate, 1904-1921
	367	Deeds, 1925
	368	Kellogg, Idaho, 1900
	369	Wallace, Idaho, 1903-1904
	370	Washington state, 1937
	371	Rossi, H.J., Bills presented for passage at Boise, 1913
	372	Roxbury placer deeds, 1936-1937
	373	Roxbury Placer Mines, California, 1933
	374	Safe combinations, n.d.
	375	Small cardboard box (property transferred to Henry L. Day by his parents), 1934
	376	State Bank of Commerce failure, 1906-1913
	377	Stock certificates, 1905-1937
	378	Swain's Detective Agency (O'Neil investigation), 1912
	379	Thiel Detective Agency report of Western Federation of Miners Convention, 1909
	380	Yreka Mining district, Shoshone Co., 1889-1892
	381	A; Albany Mining Co.; Ambergris Mines Co., 1916-1934
	382	B, 1918-1926
	383	Benton Mining Co.; Big Creek Mining co., 1912-1928
	384	Big Eight Mining Co., 1931-1934
	385	Black Hawk Mining & Milling Co.; Blue Grouse Mining Co.; Bullion Mining Co.; Burns Company milling property, 1903-1934
	386	C, 1803-1928
	387	Chicago-Boston Mining Co.; Chisholm, W.A.; Clearwater Gold & Copper Mining Co.; Coeur d'Alene Crescent Mine, 1915-1920
	388	Coeur d'Alene Hardware & Foundry Co., 1922-1935
	389	Consolidated Insurance Agency; Copper Chief Mining Co.; Cuddy Mountain Galena Mine; Cyanide process, 1916-1935
	390	D, 1915-1929
	391	Dayrock Mining Co., 1923-1932
	392	Dayrock Mining Co. (Pool), 1924-1934
	393	Duluth Mining Co., 1926-1927
11	394	E; Eagle River Mining Co.; East Caledonia Mining Co, 1915-1924
	395	F, 1917-1928
	396	Florence Mining & Milling Co.; Forty-five Mine, 1916-1928
	397	G, 1917-1927
	398	Geneva group; Gertie Mining Co.; Gilliam, M.H. - Alaska, 1915
	399	Golden Queen Group, 1904-1928
	400	Good Springs Anchor Co.; Great Eastern Mining Co.; Grimes property, 1916-1935
	401	H, 1917-1928
	402	Happy Day Mining Co.; Hennessey-Burns Mining Co.; Hercules Mining Co., 1897-1932
	403	Homebuilder Mining & Development Co.; Hypotheek Mining & Milling Co., 1916-1929
	404	I, 1916-1924
	405	Idaho Chief Mine; Idaho group; Imperial Mining Co., 1910-1935
	406	J-K, 1904-1925
	407	King & Queen Mine, 1915-1916
	408	L; La Fleur Mountain Copper Co., 1918-1925
	409	Lead Crystals Mining Co., 1915-1934
	410	Lillie, D.F.; Lord Roberts Mining Group; Lucky Boy, 1916
	411	M, 1917-1929
	412	Marsh, Harry; Metzger, Delbert; Milwaukee Placer Claims; Montana Apex Copper Co.; Moonlight Mining Co., 1916-1931
	413	N, 1917-1929
	414	Nancy Donaldson Mining Co.; Nation Copper Mining Co.; Nevada Copper Co.; North Star Mine, 1916-1917
	415	O; Options Mining Co., 1917=1931
	416	Oregon & Montana Mining Co.; Osborn Utilities Corporation; Osceola Mining Co., 1916-1939
	417	P, 1917-1926
	418	Pacific group; Parrot Lode; Pierce, Fred; Portland Hotel Co.; Puritan Mining Co., 1916-1934
	419	Q; R; Rasche, P.H., 1915-1928
	420	Ray-Jefferson Mining Co., 1915-1934
	421	Red Bird; Red Edge Mining Co.; Roanoke Mining Co.; Roos, John, 1915
	422	S, 1917-1927
	423	Seidenfelt, Sam; Sherman Lead Co., 1923-1934
	424	Silver King group; Simons, W.H.; Sizer, Frank L.; Slate Creek Mining Co.; St. Helens Pulp & Paper Co., 1916-1932
	425	Standard Dairy Co., 1926-1932
	426	Stanley Consolidated Mining Co.; Stinson, E.N.; Stirling Mining & Milling Co., 1916-1929
	427	Success Mining Co.; Sunshine Mining Co., 1925-1934
12	428	T; Tamarack & Custer Consolidated Mining Co., 1916-1934
	429	Treasure Vault Mining Co.; Tuscumbia Mining Co., 1915-1931
	430	U; V; Valley Mining Co., 1916-1925
	431	W, 1919-1927
	432	Wallace Meat Co., 1923-1937
	433	Wallace Powder Co., 1925-1935
	434	Wallace Realty Co., 1925-1930
	435	Wallace Restaurant; Z, 1920-1929
	436	Account "A"; Atwood Lodge, Dunsmuir, California, 1924-1939
	437	Baltimore General Improvement Stock; Battin property; Benewah County, Idaho, bonds; Blaine County, Idaho, bonds, 1924-1935
	438	Bond lists, 1930
	439	Canadian Third War Loan Bonds; Canadian Victory Loan Bonds, 1918-1921
	440	Cedar Street residence; Cedar Street furniture & fixtures, 1904-1937
	441	City of Lewiston, Idaho, bonds; Coeur d'Alene highway District bonds; Columbia Corporation, Great Falls, Montana, 1926-1935
	442	Day, Eugene, estate; Dominion of Canada National Service Loan; First Liberty Loan Bonds; Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds, 1920-1931
	443	Harding, George, 1929-1935
	444	Hays Park Addition, Henry J. Maye, 1930-1939
	445	Jefferson County, Idaho, bonds; Kootenai County, Idaho, Highway District 4 bonds, 1921-1932
	446	Masonic Temple Association of Boise, bonds, 1930-1939
	447	McDermott, Chas. A/C note; Morris, Leo F., house, 1927-1936
	448	Mortgage of Jack Finney; Murray dredge, 1921-1939
	449	O'Gara & DeMartini reports; Oregon timber; Owyhee County, Idaho, bonds, 1925
	450	Port of Grays Harbor, bonds; Porto Rico, bonds; Prudential Refining Corp., 1st mortgage, 1921-1932
	451	Robertson, Frank, note; Rothrock, Frank M., note; Santa Barbara Polo Club, 1919-1931
	452	Spaulding, Richmond, Pullman lots (California), 1913-1932
	453	St. Helens Pulp & Paper Co.; Territory of Hawaii, bonds; Tiger Hotel Co.; Treasury bonds of 1947/52, 1922-1935

III. Financial Records, 1911-1956

	454-458	Bills and receipts relating to the Las Palmas Estate, Santa Barbara, California, 1924-1938
13	459	Personal accounts journal, 1911-1914
	460	General ledger, 1914-1942
	461	Income ledger, 1918-1947
	462	Income & expense ledger, 1925-1956
os	463-467	Voucher registers, 1922-1942
os	468	Miscellaneous voucher register, 1925-1935
os	469-470	Cash receipt books, 1935-1942

IV. Other Records, 1905-1935

13	471-472	Date books, 1931, 1935
	473	Ore record book, 1905-1906

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