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Manuscript Group 318

Henry Lawrence Vincent Day, 1902-1985

Papers, 1870-1985
45 cubic feet


The papers of Henry Lawrence Vincent 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 January 1993.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Henry Lawrence Vincent Day, known as Lawrence in his youth, was born in Spokane, Washington, on October 4, 1902, to Helen Dwyer and Harry Loren Day of Wallace, Idaho. At the age of one month he moved to Burke with his parents where he remained until the summer of 1905 when the family moved to Wallace. He was educated in the public and parochial schools in Wallace.

He graduated from the University of California in Mining Engineering in 1923, where he wrote his senior thesis on the Tamarack and Custer Mine. He spent several of his college summers working underground in different capacities so that he might learn mining firsthand. By his own admission he did not enjoy a year of post graduate study in economic geology at Harvard University immediately following his California degree.

After completing his education, Henry went to work in the management of his family's mining business. At that time he began a program of consolidation which culminated twenty years later with the creation of Day Mines, Inc., in 1947. He was given much leeway within the company, as his father and uncle, Jerome Day, were extricating themselves from the day to day aspects of the business. The middle of the 1920s was a period of turmoil for the Day family due to the demise of the Hercules Mine, which, for the previous twenty-five years had provided a healthy cash flow for the family's endeavors.

Henry gradually streamlined the family operation, bringing it into the modern business community. For example, while consolidating the existing mining companies he branched out into gold mining in northern California in the thirties (a venture which did not pan out particularly well). But the Day companies did do well during World War II because of high metals prices. The work force was then reduced during the early years of Day Mines, Inc., following the war.

It is claimed that DMI was a concrete concept when Henry created the Monitor Mining Company in 1940, which combined all the mines and claims on what was known as the "north side" above Wardner. During the 1950 he continued to consolidate his mining companies by a centralization process that made his smaller operation more efficient. DMI thus grew smaller as metal prices lowered and technology improved.

In 1937 Henry married Lois Ecius Flohr, and they had a daughter, Barbara, in 1939; on June 6, 1940 Lois died at age twenty-nine of heart disease. Henry remained a widower for many years, employing a Mrs. Cady to look after his daughter, and did not remarry until April 27, 1972 when he married Anne Kearny, an old friend from New Jersey, whose late husband, Thomas, had been a newspaper editor. Henry had been best man at Ann and Thomas's wedding and Thomas was Barbara's godfather.

Henry played an active role in Idaho politics and business, and supported many projects at the University of Idaho. Prior to his retirement in 1972 he devoted most of his time to DMI, but with retirement he began to devote his time to the Republican Party and conservative politics at the state and national level while continuing to take an interest in the Silver Valley and the problems the area was facing with reduced income from the mines.

He took a leading part in civic affairs, being a leader in the construction of the Wallace Civic Memorial Auditorium in 1945-1947, the Neewahlu waterfront camp for the Camp Fire Girls on Lake Coeur d'Alene in 1954-1955, and the building of the East Shoshone Hospital in Silverton, Idaho, a project in which he was active from 1965 to 1972. It was in this hospital that he died on March 21, 1985.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The papers of Henry L.V. Day span the years 1870 to 1985, with the bulk of the material covering the years 1920 to 1982. Included are correspondence, financial records, technical reports, historical material, including typescripts for two books on the Days, photographs, certificates and plaques, and other material. As the dates indicate, some of this material originally belonged to Henry's father, but was kept by Henry in his files for reference.

ARRANGEMENT AND DESCRIPTION

The papers of Henry L.V. Day are divided into five series.

Correspondence and Related Records, the first series, is divided into four subseries. The first of these, Youth and Education, contains letters, receipts, certificates, photographs, pamphlets, early papers, and mementos concerning his childhood and his life as a student at the Newman School, the University of California, and Harvard Graduate School of the Arts and Sciences, and also material relating to a European vacation in 1923. Course notes and a draft of his senior thesis also form part of this subseries. The Chronological File includes general business correspondence, including legal explanations given him by John Wourms, and correspondence from his latter years dealing with political subjects. The largest of the subseries is the Alphabetical File. It covers Henry's entire range of personal, political, professional, business, financial, avocational, and philanthropic interests, primarily in his later years. It is an alphabetical file with correspondence and other records concerning family and friends filed next to purely business records. Included are letters, memoranda, congratulatory cards and notes, typed and printed reports (both financial and narrative), lists, proxy statements, financial statements, balance sheets, minutes, press releases, clippings, longhand notes, handbills, advertisements, brochures, pamphlets, maps, and other types of records. The folders concerning Camp Neewahlu, a Camp Fire Girls camp on Kidd Island Bay which Henry donated to them, Day Mines, Inc., and East Shoshone Hospital are quite extensive. The Index: Document Files, is a bound volume containing a list of documents R.H. Sneed believed to be the most important records in recreating the lives and times of the Day family and their location in the five filing cabinets in the "inner vault of the main basement vault" of the Day Building in Wallace.

The second series is comprised of financial records. The first subseries, Ledgers and Statements, includes cash received journals, voucher registers, cash disbursed journals, and other oversize ledgers for the years 1935 to 1982. The depreciation schedule, 1957-1975, relates to real estate and personal property owned by Henry Day. The bond register, 1921-1955, contains separate listings for bonds held by Harry L. Day, Barbara Flohr Day, Henry Lawrence Day, Eleanor Day Boyce, Day Mines, Inc., and Hercules Mining Company. Also included in this subseries are Henry Day's personal financial statements for the years 1935 to 1963 and financial statements for various Day-owned companies. The second subseries contains material related to various Day family estates, and trusts set up for Day family members. Property records, including abstracts of title and appraisals for Henry's residence at 114 Cedar in Wallace, his summer home on Lake Coeur d'Alene, Laissez Faire, and the Santa Barbara Home, Las Palmas.

The third series, Technical Papers, includes correspondence and reports from consulting geologists L.C. Graton, A.C. Lawson, Rodgers Peale, and William D. Mark. Also included are reports of property examinations by E.S. Rugg and R.H. Nagell. The final item is a four volume report on assaying by Herbert Emery Samms who was employed in control assaying and engineering work for the Tamarack And Custer Mine from 1922 until his death in 1940.

Historical Material, the fourth series, includes correspondence, research material and a draft of Charles R. Stark, Jr.'s biography of Harry Loren Day, and several typescripts of John Fahey's book "Days of the Hercules", with corrections by Henry L. Day and Henry Day Ellis. Also included are newspaper clippings about the Coeur d'Alene region and some early World War I clippings which probably belonged to Harry Day. This series also includes speeches given by Henry Day to mining and civic organizations.

The final series contains photographs, certificates and plaques, and other material which did not fit into the previously designated series. The photographs are, for the most part, personal, and include a series of negatives for photo albums maintained by Henry Day. These negatives are numbered by book and pages on which the prints occur, but only the negatives are available in this manuscript group. The prints were sorted by subject, then arranged alphabetically. Occasionally a group of prints was found in a labeled envelope (e.g. Henry Day Old file), and in this case the prints were kept together and the label on the envelope used as the folder heading. Some of the subjects covered are Day family photographs, Eugene Day's hauling outfit, mine photographs, and politicians. It is obvious from the date of many of the photographs that they originally belonged to the previous generation of Day family members. Also included is Jerome Day's photograph album, and an album on Burke, Idaho given to DMI by Joseph Foley, Jr. in 1956.

The certificates include those belonging to other members of the Day family which are foldered separately from Henry's. His certificates were sorted by type, e.g. civic activities, diplomas, religious, etc., then arranged chronologically in folders. The wooden plaques were treated in a similar manner.

The remaining material in this series consists of material which did not fit into the previously established series and includes commemorative coins and bills, a January 4, 1800 copy of the Ulster gazette, telegraphic code books, a 3 volume typed index of Coeur d'Alene Mining Companies and men affiliated with the Coeur d'Alene mining industry as of January 1, 1922, and 2 reels of 16mm film on the Sunshine Mine fire, apparently part of a documentary filmed by Wolper Productions in 1972. Also included are oversize rolled maps, aerial photographs and other items, which, because of their awkward size are stored separately from the shelved boxes.

Publications, duplicate materials, vouchers, annual reports of non-Day owned companies in which Henry Day held stock, and unedited photocopies of John Fahey's manuscript were discarded. The historic maps which Day collected were added to the Special Collections map collection in order to make them more accessible to researchers. These measures, plus refoldering from legal to letter size when possible, reduced the bulk of the material by 22 feet.

SERIES LIST

I. Correspondence and Related Records, 1883-1985	1-28, os
	A. Youth and Education, 1904-1932
	B. Chronological File, 1883-1984
	C. Alphabetical File, 1913-1985
	D. Index: Document File, 1982
II. Financial Records, 1922-1984	os, 29-32
	A. Ledgers and Statements, 1923-1982
	B. Estates and Trusts, 1922-1984
	C. Property, 1924-1979
	D. Miscellaneous, 1931-1983
III. Technical Reports, 1884-1966	33-34
IV. Historical Material, 1903-1984	35-36
V. Photographs and Miscellaneous Material, 1870-1985	37-41
	A. Photographs, 1870-1981
	B. Certificates and Plaques, 1904-1985
	C. Miscellaneous, 1914-1979

HENRY LAWRENCE VINCENT DAY
INVENTORY

Box 	Folder	Description							

I. Correspondence and Related Records, 1883-1985

A. Youth and Education, 1904-1932

1	1	Art studies paper, ca.1912
	2	Ninth grade papers, 1915
	3	Newman School, 1918-1929
	4	Harvard University, 1924-1925
	5	Miscellaneous, 1924-1932
	6	Personal, 1904-1918
	7	Rifle, etc., 1923-1927
	8	Senior class, 1923
	9	Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 1926
	10	University of California, 1919-1929
	11	European vacation, 1923
	12	Draft of senior thesis on the Tamarack & Custer Mine, 1923
	13	Class notes: Assaying, 1921
	14	Compressor tests, 1922
	15	Cost accounting, 1922-1923
	16-17	Electricity, 1921-1922
	18	Geology, n.d.
	19	Hoisting, n.d.
	20	Hydraulics, 1922
	21	Metallurgy, 1922-1923
	22	Mining economics, 1922
	23	Mining law, 1922
	24	Mining methods, 1921-1923
	25	Rescue - First aid, 1922
	26	Surveying, n.d.
	27	Ventilation, 1922

B. Chronological File, 1883-1984

	28	Coeur d'Alene mining district, n.d.
	29	A.J. Prichard letter, 1883
	30	Hercules partnership, statements, 1900
	31	Loose correspondence, 1921-1984
	32	Cold Creek Development Co., 1922-1938
	33	Operating conferences, 1929-1931
	34	Wallace Board of Trade resolution, 1930
	35	Metaline District, 1930-1937
	36	Report in re condition of Wallace Bank & Trust Company, May 19, 1931
	37	Day Family, 1932
2	38	J.M. Perry, 1932
	39	Silver agreement, 1933
	40	Sunshine Mine case, 1934
	41	Explanation of depletion allowance, 1936
	42	Miscellaneous, 1936
	43	Telegrams, 1936
	44	Day, Mr. & Mrs. Henry L., wedding, 1937
	45	Kanaka Corporation, 1937-1938
	46	Mining properties, 1937
	47	Mining properties, sale of, 1937
	48	Memo for James McCarthy, 1937
	49	Sherman operating, 1938-1941
	50	John Wourms correspondence, 1938
	51	Ed Boyce correspondence, 1939
	52	Barbara Day memorabilia, 1939-1956
	53	Water flowage in Gorge Gulch, 1939
	54	Irish Press Corporation, 1939-1946
	55	Pearl S. Buck, 1940
	56	Tamarack-Dayrock-Hercules geological & metallurgical information, 1940-1941
	57	Miscellaneous, 1940
	58	Hercules, 1941-1942
	59	Monitor, 1943-1948
	60	David Dwyer power of attorney, 1945
	61	Dan De Quille, 1945-1948
	62	Correspondence concerning an article about Harry Day, 1945-1948
	63	American Smelting & Refining Co., 1946
	64	F.M. Rothrock, 1946
	65	Day Mines internal organization, 1947
	66	Miscellaneous, 1948
	67	Cecil G. Tilton, 1948-1954
	68	Mine Safety photo, 1949
	69	Maps, 1949-1952
	70	Hercules comeback, 1950
	71	Lucy M. Day, 1950-1956
	72	Joel E. Ferris, 1952-1954
	73	Dan De Quille papers donated to Bancroft Library, 1952-1953
	74	Revis Motors, 1952
	75	Hercules shaft sinks, 1953
	76	Unpatented claims in force 1900-1953, 1954
	77	Indian inspector of mines visits DMI, 1954
	78	Gonzaga University, 1955-1956
	79	Miscellaneous, 1955
	80	Grandview Mining Group, 1958
	81	Miscellaneous, 1960
	82	Photographs of Henry Day, 1963-1977
	83	Holy Name Foundation, 1964
	84	Miscellaneous, 1965
	85	Jerome & Lucy Day gift to the University of Idaho Library, picture, 1962
	86	F.W. Rothrock old papers, 1907-1919, 1966
	87	Abstract of title, 1966
	88	Hecla-DMI exchange, 1967
	89	Barry Goldwater, 1968
	90	University of Idaho College of Business Administration: Businessman of the year, 1968
	91	Edward Borein, 1969-1970
	92	Coeur d'Alene district silver mines, 1970
	93	Wallace Realty, sale of Day Building, 1972
	94	Securities and Exchange Commission form 144, 1974-1977
	95	Richard Fitch, Old maps and prints, 1974-1975
	96	Memo to KAE, 1977
	97	Ed FitzGerald dinner, 1977
	98	Material for John Fahey, 1975-1979
	99	John Fahey manuscript, pp.99-239, ca.1975
	100	"Days of the Hercules" advertisements, etc., November 1978
	101	Securities & Exchange Commission form 4, 1976-1980
	102	Henry Day philanthropic projects, 1979-1983
	103	Miscellaneous correspondence, 1979-1984
3	104	Estate planning seminar, Gonzaga University, 1980
	105	Vault inventory, 1980
	106	Speeches, articles, 1980
	107	Tax returns, 1981-1982
	108	Reports to DMI stockholders on Hecla's takeover bid, 1981
	109	Dick Sneed's vault inventories, 1981
	110	I-90, comments on proposals, 1982-1983
	111	Correspondence, 1983
	112	Correspondence with Keith Petersen & Mary Reed, 1984
	113	Correspondence, 1984
	114-117	Correspondence relating to charitable and political giving, mainly 1984
	118	Miscellaneous material, 1911-1970

C. Alphabetical File, 1913-1985

	119-120	A, 1971-1984
	121	Amax; American Conservative Union, 1971-1979
	122	American Institute of Mining Engineers; American Heritage Publishing Co., 1971-1975
	123	American Mining Congress, 1978-1983
	124	Gold-silver session, 1972
	125	Silver committee, 1972-1973
	126	American Smelting and Refining Co., 1976-1981
	127	American Stock Exchange; Amonson, John, 1969-1980
	128	Andrus, Cecil, 1971-1981
	129	Antimony; Ardiel, Barbara Day, 1970-1982
	130	Arizona mines, 1969-1971
	131	Arizona Republic; Arizona trips, 1970-1971
	132	Arnold, Lincoln, 1959-1970
	133	Art (Sculpture), 1966-1973
	134	B, 1950-1984
	135	Barb II; Barlow, Sumner & Betsy, 1968-1980
4	136	Beck, Richard F., 1969-1981
	137	Bielenberg, Marc, 1972-1977
	138	Blyth & Co., 1961-1973
	139	Borah Foundation, 1970-1979
	140	Borah Symposium, 1970-1976
	141	Bowlby, Wilson T.; Bruning, R.J., 1971-1979
	142	British-American Bicentenary Group, 1970-1971
	143	Bunker Hill Co., 1971-1980
	144-145	C, 1961-1984
	146	Cage, Frederic, 1966-1971
	147-149	Caladay project, 1969-1980
	150	Callahan Company, 1972-1981
	151-154	Camp Fire Girls, 1951-1957
	155	Camp Neewahlu, A-B, 1954-1958
	156	Bills, 1955-1956
5	157-160	Bills, Lists no. 0-25, 1955-1957
	161	Building fund, Farragut College, 1956
	162	C, 1955-1957
	163	Construction estimates, 1955-1956
	164	D, 1954-1958
	165	Donations, 1954-1956
	166	E-F, 1955-1956
	167	Farragut College liquidating dividend, 1955-1956
	168	G-K, 1954-1956
	169	Kieffer reports, 1956-1957
	170	Kitchen equipment, 1955
	171	L, 1955-1956
	172	M, 1955-1956
	173-174	Miscellaneous, 1955-1956
	175	Maps, plans, sketches, 1955
	176	Maps, photographs, newspaper clippings, 1955
	177	N-P, 1954-1957
	178-179	Payrolls, 1955-1957
6	180	R, 1955-1956
	181	Reports, 1955
	182	S, 1954-1958
	183	T-Z, 1955-1956
	184	Traveling file, 1956-1957
	185	Campbell, William S., B.S.U. Foundation, 1982-1983
	186-187	Canwell, A.F., 1970-1983
	188	Chavez, Caesar; Coal mining, 1971
	189	Coat of arms, bookplates; Coeur d'Alene district data, 1969-1981
	190	Coeur d'Alene District Mine Operators Association, 1970
	191	Coeur d'Alene District Mining Museum, 1967-1980
	192-194	Coeur d'Alene Lake Front Property Owner's Association, 1967-1975
	195	Coeur d'Alene Lakeshore Owners Association, 1981-1982
	196	Coeur d'Alene project, 1968-1977
	197	Coeur d'Alene Sailing Club, 1975
	198	Combinations, Safes; Crosby, Garth M., 1955-1975
	199-200	D, 1965-1984
	201	Dahlias, n.d.
	202	Dalton, Russell, 1970-1972
	203	Daniels, Joe, 1972-1977
	204	Day, Anne, 1975-1980
	205	Day, Eugene, 1922-1932
	206	Day, Henry: Marriage certificates; personal, 1937-1982
	207	Wedding, 1972
	208	Wills, 1965-1973
	209	Day, Jerome, mansion; Day, Lois Flohr, passport, 1936-1980
	210	Day Building, 1964-1974
	211	Day Family, 1917-1951
7	212	Association; Birth dates; Genealogy, 1919-1985
	213-214	Day Mines, Inc. (File 1), 1971-1972; 1980-1981
	215	Articles of Incorporation; Atlas Mining Co., 1949; 1981
	216	Audit Committee; By Laws, 1972-1980
	217	Clippings, 1973-1979
	218-224	Directors' Meetings, 1979-1981
	225	Dividends, 1979
	226	Dredge fund, 1966-1969
	227	Employment agreement, 1981
	228	Executive committee, 1980
	229-232	Financial reports, 1979-1981
	233	Golden Cycle property, Colorado, 1979
	234-237	Hecla merger, 1979-1981
8	238	Hecla merger, 1981
	239-240	--Clippings, 1981
	241	--Correspondence, 1981
	242-243	--Miscellaneous, 1981
	244	--Securities and Exchange Commission, 1981
	245	--U.S. District Court, 1981
	246-248	Hecla Mining Co., Stock exchange & sale, 1966-1971
	249	--Agreement, 1966
	250	--Confidential data, 1966-1967
	251	--Tax file, 1966-1968
	252	--W.W. Witherspoon correspondence, 1964-1971
	253	--Work Papers, 1966-1967
	254	Hornsilver operating agreement, 1979
	255	Lucky Friday Silver Shaft, 1980
	256	News reports & Mocatta metals report, 1980-1981
	257	Ore reserves, 1966-1970
	258	Proxy statements, 1980
	259	Remuneration Committee, 1980
	260	Reports: Republic Unit and Financial, 1978-1980
	261	Reports to stockholders, quarterly, 1979-1980
	262	Reports of operations, 1979
	263	Sherman Mine, Colorado; Stockholders meeting, 1980-1981
	264	Victoria Mine, Nevada, 1979
9	265	Day Mines, Inc. (File 2), Annual report material, 1972
	266	Coeur d'Alene Mines, etc., 1974
	267	Expo (Northwest Mining Exhibit), 1974
	268-272	Financial reports, monthly, 1977-1979
	273	General correspondence, 1971
	274	Knob Hill settlements with DMI, 1975-1976
	275-277	Leadville, Colorado, 1974-1977
	278-292	Meetings, Directors, 1971-1974
10	293-309	Meetings, Directors, 1975-1978
	310	Meetings, Executive Committee, June 8, 1973
	311-313	Meetings, Shareholders, 1972-1978
	314-316	Miscellaneous, 1970-1976
	317	News releases, 1976-1979
	318	Permian Potash, 1974-1975
	319	Salaries, 1974
	320	Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K, 1977
	321	Silver outlook, 1977
	322	Southern California, 1972-1973
	323	Statesman Mining Co., 1972-1973
	324	Strippable Gillette coals, 1971
	325	Dayrock Mining Co., Payroll taxes (private file), 1946-1947
	326	Dole, Hollis M., 1973
	327	Dwyer cousins, gifts 1971-1973
	328	Dwyer, David, 1971-1978
11	329	Dwyer, Helene, 1964-1978
	330	Dwyer, John, 1973-1979
	331	Dwyer, Margaret, 1967-1978
	332	Dwyer, Michael, 1967-1977
	333	Dwyer, Patrick Blair, 1977
	334-335	Dwyer, Patrick E., 1971-1985
	336	Dwyer, Paul, 1973-1976
	337	Dwyer, Paula B., 1976
	338	Dwyer, Robert P. 1976-1981
	339	Dwyer, Father William, 1962-1963
	340-341	E, 1972-1984
	342	East Shoshone Hospital, 1981-1983
	343	American Hospital Association, 1967-1972
	344	Anesthesia Consultant Group (Ronald E. Drasky); Applications, 1966-1967
	345	Architects (Culler, Gale, Martell, Ericson); 1966-1968
	346	Auxiliary, 1967
	347	Bond sale; Budget, 1965-1969
	348	Building Committee, 1966-1967
	359	Bylaws, 1967
	350	Change orders, 1967
	351	Citizens Utilities Company, 1966-1967
	352	Clippings, 1965-1972
	353	Comprehensive Health Planning, Idaho State Board of Health, East Shoshone Hospital vs., 1971
	354	Cornerstone ceremony; Cunningham Foundation, 1967-1970
	355	Equipment Committee, Groups II and III, 1966-1967
	356	Financial & Treasurer's reports, 1966-1971
	357	Grinnell sprinkler; HLD longhand notes, 1966-1968
	358	Hospital Facilities Division; Hospitals, Others, 1967-1970
	359	Idaho State Hospital Association; Industrial Accident Board, 1967-1970
	360	Insurance, 1967
	361	Kootenai Memorial Hospital, Clippings, 1968
	362	Laundry facilities; McKim & Kiser, 1966-1967
	363	Medicare increase, 1966-1968
12	364	Memorial Fund, Trustees, 1967-1969
	365-388	Minutes of the Board of Trustees and related material, 1965-1972
	389	Mooney, Dorothy; New Doctors, 1969-1971
	390	Open house; Pathology Associates, 1966-1967
	391	Pension Plan, 1970-1971
	392	Prospectus & Hospital Equipment Planning Guide, 1966
	393	Punch lists, 1967
13	394	Radiologist; Richardson, Joseph T., Administrator, 1967-1971
	395	Salaries & wages, 1966-1967
	396	Sales tax, 1967
	397	Torrison, Mrs. Fabiola, Consultant, 1966-1968
	398	Washington Water Power Co.,; West Shoshone Hospital trustees, 1967-1969
	399	Whitman Community Hospital (Clippings); Wyatt Company, 1968-1970
	400	Easton, Stanly. 84 years in mining; Edgar Bundy Ministries, 1956-1984
	401	Ellis, Henry; Ellis, Robert H., 1963-1974
	402	Eugene R. Day Park, 1972-1978
	403	Expo 74: Ecological exposition, 1970-1971
	404	Feasibility study, 1970
	405	F, 1976-1983
	406-408	Fahey, John, 1968-1983
	409	Farmin, Rollin, 1967-1977
	410	Farmin, Wray, 1970-1979
	411	Featherstone, John, 1971-1980
	412	Fine arts & coins (Rossi), 1960-1975
	413	First National Bank, Coeur d'Alene, 1973-1974
	414	Fitch, Richard, 1974-1978
	415	Fleetwood, 1977
	416-417	Flohr, Bruce M., 1971-1983
	418	Forest Ridge, 1971-1980
	419	Fort Wright College of the Holy Names, 1966-1980
	420	Foster & Marshall, Inc., 1977-1981
	421	Foster, Inc., 1971-1972
	422	Franklin Mint, 1971-1980
	423	Freeway - Wallace, 1978-1983
	424	Draft environmental impact statements, 1971, 1980
14	425	Feasibility study and relocation concept for the Burlington Northern Depot, 1982
	426	Final environmental impact statement, 1982
	427-433	G, 1962-1984
	434	Geology, Exploration, 1955-1980
	435	Galena Mine; Gerard, Donald S. (re HLVD's boat), 1971-1981
	436	Gifts, 1972-1978
	437	Gifts, Miscellaneous, 1970-1972
	438	Glen Eyrie-Laissez Faire, 1982-1983
	439-449	Gold, 1971-1977
15	450	Gold, 1978
	451	Gold & Money (Pacific Northwest Conference), April 6-9, 1975
	452	Gold, Atlanta, Georgia, Oct. 1-4, 1975
	453	Gold clippings, 1972-1975
	454	Gold coins, 1971-1981
	455	Gold, DMI directors' meetings, 1974
	456	Gold Institute, 1975-1978
	457	Gold - Krug, Wilfred, 1963
	458	Gold, South African. Spokesman Review Sunday quotes, 1977-1978
	459-462	Gold Stox, 1971-1975
	463	Gold, Wall Street Transcripts, 1974
	464	Golden Cycle Corporation (Schwab), 1970-1975
	465	Goldman, Sachs & Co.; Goldwater, Barry (Sr. & Jr.), 1980-1981
	466	Gonzaga Law School, tax seminar, 1974
	467-472	Gonzaga Preparatory School, 1971-1983
	473	Gonzaga Prep building project, 1984
	474-475	Gonzaga University, 1978-1984
	476	Gonzaga University, Crosby Library, 1971-1981
16	477	Good Samaritan Center, 1977
	478	Greater Shoshone County, Inc.: Applications for Community Development Manager; Articles of Incorporation, By-laws, etc.; Attitudinal study, 1969-1970
	479	Farmers Home Administration; Housing, 1968-1970
	480	Housing: Osburn Community Housing; Patterson Ranch; Special Projects Division, 1968-1970
	481	Housing survey; Kellogg Shopping Center, Meeting notices, 1968-1971
	482	Minutes, notes, 1969-1971
	483	Miscellaneous, 1969-1970
	484	Miscellaneous, 1973-1980
	485	Noe, Robert, 1970-1971
	486	Public opinion survey; Samuels Hotel, 1970
	487	Taxes; Wallace (including mobile homes), 1969-1970
	488	Gulf Resources & Chemical Corporation, 1980
	489-494	H, 1923-1984
	495	Hagadone, Duane, 1973-1984
	496	Hall, Joseph (IWW movement); Haman, Gary M., 1970-1981
	497-498	Hansen, George, 1972-1984
	499	Hanson, Orval, 1971-1973
	500	Harmon, Glenn, 1971-1980
	501	Hartman, Dolly; Hatch, Orin; Healy, Ellen, 1971-1981
	502	Heaven's Gate (movie filmed in Wallace), 1979-1981
17	503-504	Hecla Mining Company, 1966-1978
	505	Correspondence and Annual Reports, 1978-1979
	506-507	Lakeshore Mine, 1967-1971
	508	News clippings, 1979
	509	Stock sales, 1966-1973
	510	Helms, Jesse, 1976-1983
	511	Herber, Katharine (Mrs. Richard), 1971-1981
	512	Hercules Mine (historic production); Heritage Foundation, 1958-1980
	513	Historical data (mining stocks, etc.), 1967-1971
	514	Historical notes on smelting lead & silver, 1913
	515	Hogan, Thomas; Homestake Mining Co.; Hughes, Father Martin F.; Hull & Hull (Attorneys), 1971-1980
	516	Human Events (magazine), 1971-1977
	517	Hunt, Bunker; Hutton Settlement, 1976-1980
	518	Hyatt, Father James, 1973-1980
	519-524	I, 1971-1984
	525	Idaho Committee for Positive Change (Vernon Ravenscroft), 1979-1981
	526	Idaho Division of Highways; Idaho Educational Association, 1971-1980
	527	Idaho First National Bank, 1971-1980
	528	Idaho Freedom to Work Committee, 1977-1981
	529	Idaho Governor's Mansion Committee, 1972-1973
18	530	Idaho Happening - History; Idaho Heritage, 1975-1977
	531	Idaho Historic Preservation Council, 1974-1981
	532	Idaho Historical Society, 1962-1972
	533	Idaho Historical Society (Wallace); Idaho legislature, 1979-1981
	534	Idaho Mining Association, 1971-1981
	535	Idaho Power Company; Idaho Republican State Finance Committee, 1971-1979
	536	Idaho Research Foundation; Idaho State Library, 1974-1976
	537	Idaho State taxes, 1958-1960
	538	Idaho Volunteers in Corrections, Inc.; Idahoan of the year award, 1975-1979
	539	Independence Lead Mines, 1935-1943
	540	Inflation, 1968-1981
	541	Institute for Monetary Research, 1971-1981
	542	Institute of Money and Inflation; Insurance; Internal Revenue Service, 1971-1980
	543	Itineraries, 1971-1978
	544	J, 1972-1984
	545	Jackson, Henry; Jessup, Paul B., 1971-1981
	546	Johnston, Douglas E., 1971-1980
	547	Jones, Elizabeth Ellis, 1970-1980
	548	Jordan, Len B., 1970-1974
	549	Jupiter Mining Company, 1972-1981
	550	K, 1975-1984
	551	Kearney: Anne L; John; T. Lincoln II, 1971-1979
	552	Kidd Island Bay Development Corporation, 1961-1983
	553	Knob Hill Mines; Kosanke, Harold Arthur, 1978-1983
	554	L, 1978-1984
	555	Larsen, Allen; Lead in gasoline, 1971-1978
	556	Lead production tables, 1945-1962
	557	Lookout Pass Free Ski School, inc., 1979-1983
	558	Love, W.H.; Lucky Friday extension, 1968-1981
	559	M, 1975-1984
19	560	Mc, 1972-1982
	561	McNaughton, Ronald R., 1970-1981
	562	Magnuson, Harry F., 1970-1983
	563	Magnuson, Richard G., 1970-1981
	564	Maps, 1944-1970
	565	Marsh, Lovina,; Martinez, Janet; Merrill Lynch story of DMI consolidation, 1947; 1971-1980
	566	Miners drill contest, 1977
	567	Mines and mining, 1960-1980
	568	Mining claims, 1918-1980
	569	Mining Club, Uptown Branch, New York City, 1959-1971
	570	Mining & leasing laws, 1971-1974
	571	Monetary gold, 1965-1971
	572	Money supply, 1970-1971
	573	Montana Historical Society; Morel, Robert C., 1971-1980
	574	Mother Joseph's Foundation, 1978-1980
	575	Museum of Native American Cultures, 1976-1982
	576	Mutual Mines Development Co., 1928
	577	"My mailings," 1969-1971
	578	N, 1980-1984
	579	National Right to Work; News release list, 1970-1984
	580	North Idaho Press, 1971-1980
	581	Northern Pacific Depot - Barnard-Stockbridge, 1975-1976
	582	Northwest Mining Association, 1965-1981
	583	O, 1981-1983
	584	Old Cataldo Mission, 1982-1984
	585	Old National Bank, 1974-1983
	586	Olsen, Jerald W., 1981-1983
20	587-588	Osburn Utilities Corporation, 1931-1946
	589	P, 1970-1984
	590	Pacific Coin Exchange; Pacific Northwest Indian Center, 1973-1976
	591	Paintings, 1959-1961
	592	Payroll, 1969-1972
	593	Paulsen, Clarence, I., 1971-1982
	594	Payne, Ralph, 1971-1981
	595	Pend Oreille Mine, 1970-1977
	596	Peterson & Co. (G. Fitzgerald), 1974-1977
	597	Photographs (Lloyd Farmer); Pick, Dr. Franz, 1971-1979
	598	Placer Creek Flood Control Project; Plattnerite, 1960-1982
	599	Pointner, John, 1970-1972
	600	Political donations; Political gifts; Politics, Idaho, 1973-1979
	601-602	Politics, Idaho, 1978-1982
	603	Politics: National; Shoshone County, 1978-1982
	604	Pollution; Portland Hotel; Prescriptions, 1971-1984
	605	Providence Hospital, 1969-1973
	606	Quarterly reports, 1970-1974
	607	R, 1946-1948
	608	R, 1970-1983
	609	Ramstedt, Axel; Randall, Gary, 1971-1977
	610	RARE II, 1977-1980
	611	Ravenscroft for governor, 1976
	612	Reeves McDonald Mines, Ltd., 1971-1978
	613	Reilly's (statues for St. Alphonsus Church), 1975-1977
	614	Republican Party, 1971-1983
21	615	Revelli, Robert; Rickenbacker Reports, 1970-1982
	616	Rico-Argentine Mining Company, 1970-1971
	617	Rockwood Clinic, 1970-1978
	618	Rosenstock, Fred A. (Books), 1971-1972 
	619	Rossi Insurance Company, 1960-1983
	620	Rothrock, David; Rothrock, F. Wallace, 1973-1983
	621	Rotary Club, 1964-1980
	622	Roxbury Placer Mines, 1932-1941
	623	Sa, 1971-1983
	624	Sagebrush Rebellion, Inc., 1980-1983
	625	St. Alphonsus Parish, Wallace, 1971-1982
	626	St. Joe River, 1973-1978
	627	Samuelson, Don, 1970-1975
	628	Sc, 1971-1983
	629	School district no.393, 1972-1982
	630	Schultz, George P.; Scotchman Gold & Silver Exchange, 1982-1983
	631	Se, 1972-1983
	632	Sewer district, 1970-1976
	633	Sh, 1971-1983
	634	Shewmaker, Billy, 1984
	635	Shoshone County, 1970-1982
	636	Shoshone Golf Association, 1972-1982
	637	Si, 1970-1984
	638	Silver, 1914-1925
	639-642	Silver, 1971-1980
	643	Silver abstracts, 1975-1976
22	644	Silver abstracts, 1977-1978
	645	Silver clippings, 1972-1978
	646	Silver dollar (Eisenhower): Clippings, 1969-1972
	647	Correspondence, 1969-1970
	648	Miscellaneous, 1969-1970
	649	Telegrams to Congress, 1969-1970
	650	Silver - Engelhard Minerals & Chemical vs. P.B. Trading Co., 1971
	651-656	Silver Institute, 1971-1981
	657	Board of Directors/Executive Committee, 1971-1981
	658	By-laws, etc., 1970-1977
	659	Sobre la planta para la industria, 1977-1981
	660-661	Monthly report, 1973-1981
23	662	Silver refiners of the world, 1975
	663	Silver Users Association, 1974-1976
	664	Silver prices, 1971-1976
	665	Silver Valley, 1974-1983
	666	Simmons, Jeanne P., Las Palmas Lease, 1966-1969
	667	Siskon Corp.; "Sister," 1967-1983
	668-669	Skyline Oil Company, 1973-1977
	670	Slippery Gulch: Bicentennial celebration, 1976
	671	Clippings, 1976
	672	Meetings, 1975-1979
	673	Miscellaneous correspondence, 1975-1979
	674	Sunset-Star Silver Mine, 1976
	675	Sm-Sn, 1972-1983
	676	Smith, Cecil I.; Sneed, Richard H., 1971-1984
	677	S, 1971-1984
	678	Social Security; Society of Mining Law Antiquarians, 1978-1979
	679	Sp, 1971-1984
	680	Speeches; Spokane Club; Spokane Eye Clinic; Spokane Securities Corporation, 1971-1984
	681	St-Su, 1971-1983
	682	Statements, Miscellaneous, 1967-1974
	683	Stock certificates: Aurum; C & R Mining Co., 1925-1948
	684	Cassiar Crown Mining Co.; Clearwater Mining Co., 1906-1962
	685	Duluth; Florence Mining Co., Happy Day; Hidden Treasure, 1905-1947
	686	King Mining Co.; Press-Times Publishing Co.; Stanley Mining Co.; Western Union Mining Co., 1924-1956
	687	Stock powers; Stocks, Capital losses; Success Mining Co. financial statements, 1973-1982
	688-691	Sunshine Mining Co., 1964-1971
24	692-699	Sunshine Mining Co., 1972-1984
	700	Sunshine Mining Co. fire, May 1972
	701	Sv-Sz, 1972-1983
	702-704	Symms, Steven D., 1972-1984
	705	T, 1971-1983
	706	Tamarack test plant; Tax reform act of 1976, 1923-1977
	707	Taxes, 1961-1984
	708-709	H.L. Day vs. United States, 1964-1972
25	710	Kootenai County, 1979-1983
	711	Shoshone County, 1958-1977
	712	114 Cedar, leased by HLD from Barbara D. Whitesel, 1976-1982
	713	Las Palmas, Santa Barbara, CA., 1958-1972
	714	Miscellaneous, 1964-1974
	715	Interest equalization tax, 1965-1971
	716	Texas Eastern Corp.; Tilford, Charles A., 1973-1983
	717	Tintic Standard Mining Co., 1965-1971
	718	Trilateral Commission; Trusts, 1972-1983
	719	U, 1971-1983
	720	United States Government, 1973-1982
	721	Unitrust, 1974-1983
	722	University of California, 1971-1983
	723	Class of 1923 reunion, 1972-1973
	724	University of Idaho: Miscellaneous, 1970-1983
	725	Alumni Association; Arboretum Associates, 1975-1980
	726-728	Barnard-Stockbridge Project, 1974-1979
	729	College of Business; College of Forestry, 1974-1982
	730	College of Mines, 1971-1983
	731	Context; Cooperative Extension; Dept. of Anthropology, 1974-1983
	732	Department of Athletics, 1971-1983
	733	Donations, 1974-1977
	734	Gibb, Richard, 1977-1984
	735	Grabmeier, George, 1978-1989
	736-737	Hartung, Ernest W., 1971-1981
	738	Kiilsgaard, Carl C., 1973-1982
26	739	Library, Miscellaneous, 1968-1976
	740	---Jerome Day Library, 1968-1969
	741-742	Library Associates, 1964-1980
	743	--Keepsakes. 1970-1978
	744	--Letters of appeal, 1965
	745	--Answers to letters of appeal, 1965-1966
	746	Luncheon party; Martin, Boyd A.; Mining conference, 1972-1970
	747	Owens, Warren S., 1971-1985
	748	Performing Arts Center, 1967-1973
	749	Pierce manuscript, 1974-1975
	750	Stadium, 1975-1976
	751	Steele, Robert N.; Tax & Financial Planning Workshop; University Club, 1974-1983
	752	University of Idaho Press, 1977-1983
	753	Webbert, Charles A., 1971-1981
	754	University of Idaho Foundation, General, 1972-1982
	755-756	General, 1973
	757	Articles of Incorporation; Clippings, 1972; 1974-1980
	758-763	Consolidated Investment Trust, 1974-1977
27	764-765	Consolidated Investment Trust, 1978
	766-768	Correspondence, 1970-1980
	769	Directors' & Officers' liability insurance, 1975-1977
	770-772	Financial statements, 1972-1977
	773-790	Meetings, 1970-1977
28	791-796	Meetings, 1978-1983
	797	University of Washington Press, 1977-1982
	798	Unkefer, Mary, 1970-1981
	799	Utah Power & Light, 1978
	800	V, 1971-1984
	801	Vandal Boosters, 1971-1979
	802	Wa, 1971-1981
	803	Wage-Price freeze, 1971
	804	Wallace, 1953-1982
	805	Wallace Bank & Trust Co.; Wallace Hospital partnership; Wallace Public Library, 1943-1980
	806	Wallace Realty, 1966-1973
	807	Wallace restored, 1980-1981
	808	Washington Water Power, 1970-1983
	809	We, 1968-1983
	809A	Weisen, Jim. Henry Day bookplate, 1972
	810	Wells, Alden Rice, 1971-1976
	811	Wh-Wi, 1971-1984
	812	Whitesel, Barbara Day, 1968-1980
	813	Whitesel family, 1975-1982
	814	Widener, Alice, 1970-1982
	815	Wills, Dr. Irving (art work), 1959-1963
	816	Wo-Wy, 1972-1980
	817	X, Y, Z, 1967-1981
	818	Yandt, Robert, Jr., 1971-1981

D. Index: Document Files, 1982

	819	Index to important documents relating to the Day family, 1982

II. Financial Records, 1922-1984

A. Ledgers and Statements, 1923-1982

os	820-822	Cash received journals, 1935-1965
	823	Miscellaneous income journal, 1946-1950
	824	Business and personal expense journal, 1946-1950
	825-831	Voucher registers, 1935-1959
	832-837	Voucher registers/cash received/cash disbursed journals, 1960-1982
	838-840	General ledgers, 1935-1981
	841	Depreciation schedule, 1957-1975
	842	Bond register, 1932-1955
29	843	Bills paid, 1933-1934
	844	Chrysler "58," 1926-1929
	845	Chrysler "75," 1929-1934
	846	Coeur d'Alene hardware, 1923-1932
	847	Financial Statements: Bernice Eugenia Day trust, 1954
	848	Lucy Mix Day Trust, 1954
	849-853	Harry L. Day, 1935-1938
	854-863	Henry L.V. Day, 1935-1963
	864-866	Expense accounts for travels, 1972-1975
30	867-879	Corporate financial statements: Consolidated Insurance Agency, 1931-1957
	880	Fern Mining Co., 1946-1951
	881	Moonlight Mining Co., 1936-1939
	882	Northport Smelting & Refining Co., 1936
	883	Osborn Ranch lands, 1938-1939
	884	Osborn Utilities, 1936-1945
	885	Standard Dairy Co., 1936-1938
	886	Wallace Meat Co., 1936
	887	Western Sanitation Corp., 1943-1950
	888	Printed reports of Day Mines, Inc., and predecessor companies, 1926-1957
	889	Annual reports of Day Mines, Inc., 1947-1977
31	890	Correspondence with companies in which HLVD held stock, 1941-1968
	891	James Smyth Plumbing and Heating Co., Spokane, correspondence, financial statements, audits, etc., 1947-1953

B. Estates and Trusts, 1922-1984

	892	Estate of Eugene Rufus Day, 1922-1925
	893	Estate of Harry L. Day, 1947-1952
	894-895	Estate of Jerome J. Day, 1941-1955
	896	Estate of Eleanor Day Boyce, 1950-1954
	897	Abstract of title: Block 6, Johnson's addition, Portland, Oregon, 1909
	898	--Block 7, Johnson's addition, Portland, 1910
	899	--Block 6, Boise's addition, Portland, 1928
	900	Contracts and statements concerning the building of the Boyce residence at 107 St. Clair St., Portland, 1907-1908
	901	Estate of Lois Flohr Day, 1939-1941
	902	Lucy Mix Day trust, 1968
	903	Barbara Flohr Day: Trust #1, general ledger, 1941-1959
	904	Trust #2, general ledger, 1944-1958
	905	HLVD trustee, correspondence, 1947-1984
	906	Henry Day living trust ledger sheets, 1974
	907	Trust agreement, grandchildren, 1966
	908	Papers concerning various trusts, 1947-1958
	909	Balance sheets, various trusts, 1955

C. Property, 1924-1979

32	910	114 Cedar, Wallace, Idaho: Abstract of title, 1947
	911-912	Appraisals, 1937, 1950
	913	Las Palmas, Santa Barbara, California: Abstract of title, 1924
	914-916	Appraisals, 1936, 1949, 1956
	917-918	Water rights, 3 v., n.d.
	919	Laissez Faire, Kid Island Bay, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho: Appraisal, 1979

D. Miscellaneous, 1931-1983

	920	Charts of accounts, 1937-1949
	921	Charitable donations, 1975
	922	Anne Day gift tax, December 1978
	923	Check stubs, Harry L. Day, 1930-1939
	924	Bank statements, Harry L. Day, Oct.-Nov. 1931
	925	Bank statements, W.B. Heitfeld, Oct.-Dec. 1932
	926	Other financial papers, 1937-1983

III. Technical Reports, 1884-1966

33	927	Farmin, Rollin, articles by, 1933-1937
	928	Geological correspondence, general, 1930-1931
	929	Giles, R.H., Assessment reports, 1958
	930-932	Gratton, L.C., Correspondence, 1929-1946
	933	Financial records, 1929-1933
	934	Geological reports on mines, 1930
	935	Hercules and affiliated mining companies, geological progress reports 1-3, 1929-1933
	936	Hecla Mining Co. vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1935
	937	Lawson, A. Werner, Reports, 1921-1922
	938	Maps and plats of mining claims, 1884-1966
	939	Marsh, Frank, History and geology of the mining districts of Idaho, 1928
	940	Peale, Rogers, Correspondence, 1930-1931
	941	Dayrock recommendations, 1930
	942	Rugg, E.S., Geological reports, California, 1961-1962
	943	Geological reports, Idaho, 1961-1962
	944	Geological reports, Nevada, 1961
	945	& R.H. Nagell, Monthly reports of examinations, 1961-1962
	946	Nagell, R.H., Geological reports, New Mexico, 1961-1962
	947-948	Smith, E. Percy, Geological reports, 1913
	949	Topical reports, Title pages, 1931
	950	Maps, n.d.
	951	By Norman Ebbley, jr., 1936
	952	By William D. Mark, 1932-1936
	953	By Rogers Peale, 1931-1932
	954	Samms, H.E. Smelter statistics, 1920
34	955-957	Samms, H.E. Methods of analysis, 1920

IV. Historical Material, 1903-1984

35	958-960	Stark, Charles R., jr., correspondence concerning his biography of Harry Day, 1957-1959
	961-966	General research material supplied by Henry L. Day, 1892-1958
	967	Research material: D.W. Greenburg correspondence, 1917
	968	Research material for chapters 7 & 12, 1956-1958
	969	Research notes on various Day owned mines for chapter 8, 1957-1958
	970	Research notes on litigation and draft of chapter 9, 1957-1958
	971	Drafts and revisions of chapters 1-4, 1957
	972	Correspondence and research material, 1957
	973	Typescript of Stark's biography of Harry Loren Day, 1958
	974	Fahey, John. "Days of the Hercules," first draft, chapter 16, 1975
	975-977	First typescript, chapters 3-16, 1977
	978-980	Typescript of manuscript with corrections by Henry Day Ellis and Henry L.V. Day, 1978
36	981	Facts about the Coeur d'Alenes, photocopy of pamphlet published by the Coeur d'Alene Mine Makers Association, ca.1909
	982	Historical material about the Coeur d'Alene district, 1912-1967
	983	Correspondence concerning historical matters, 1903-1965
	984	Reports and publications, 1912-1965
	985	Typed reports, 1921-1965
	986-989	Newspaper clippings: General, 1921-1960
	990	American Liberty, 19l4
	991	Bunker Hill 75th anniversary, 1963
	992	Coeur d'Alene mines dividends, 1960-1973
	993	Henry L. Day, 1968-1984
	994	Day Mines, Inc., 1951-1976
	995	Environmental issues, 1971-1972
	996	Gold, 1969-1971
	997	Local history, 1963-1984
	998	Mining, 1939-1984
	999	Shoshone County taxes, 1959-1983
	1000	University of Idaho commencement, 1969
	1001	War, 1914-1919
	1002	War - Woodrow Wilson, 1917-1919
	1003	Woodrow Wilson, 1914-1924
	1004	Newspapers: Idaho Pioneer, 1932
	1005	Press-Times Mining Review, 1933
	1006	University of California, 1922
	1007	Articles, 1921
	1008	Paper on Marcus Whitman by Margaret Babb, 1922
	1009	Stanly A. Easton. 84 years in mining as told to Charles R. Stark, jr., 1956
	1010	Research material for Henry L. Day's talk "93 years of mining in Idaho," 1930-1963
	1011	Research notes for Henry L. Day's talk to the Rotary Club, 1970
	1012	Notes for Henry L. Day's talk to the Rotary Club, 1974
	1013	Manuscript notes for speeches, 1960-1970
	1014	Mimeographed copies of Henry L. Day's speeches, 1949-1974

V. Photographs and Miscellaneous Material, 1870-1985

A. Photographs, 1870-1981

37	1015-1019	Negatives: Books I & II, 1949-1963
	1020	Book III, n.d.
	1021	Laissez Faire, Book I, 1972-1975
	1022	Laissez Faire, Book II, 1974-1978
	1023	Barbara I, ca.1950
	1024	Beach negatives, pp.34-70, n.d.
	1025	Miscellaneous I, 1930-1935
	1026	Miscellaneous II, 1935-1940
	1027	Roxbury, Revlis, Potosi, etc., 1930-1940
	1028	Wedding pictures, April 27, 1972
	1029	114 Cedar Street, Wallace, Idaho, 1939
	1030	Beach scenes, slides, 1956
	1031	Boyce, Eleanor Day and Edward, n.d.
	1032	Cataldo Mission renovation, Henry Day and Gov. Andrus, n.d.
	1033	Carlisle Mill by moonlight, 1948
	1034	Day, Barbara, christening pictures, July 7, 1939
	1035	Day, Blanche Bernice Eugenia, 1905
	1036	Day, Eugene Rufus, n.d.
	1037	Day, Harry Loren, n.d.
	1038	Harry and Jerome Day as children, 1870s
	1039	Day, Henry Loren and Ellen, n.d.
	1040	Day, Henry Lawrence, 1969-1979
	1041	With colleagues, 1964-1970
	1042	Day Building fire, August 27, 1939
	1043	Day family pictures, ca. 1900s
	1044	Day Mines, Inc., drafting room, ca.1940
	1045	Day Mines engineering and geological staff, 1947
	1046	Dayrock mine, 1941-1967
	1047	Early day pictures, 1892-1957
	1048-1050	Eugene Day horses and hauling teams, 1903-1914
	1051	Family and friends, 1939-1969
	1052	Flood at Burke, Idaho, June 1948
	1053	Frisco Mine and Mill, n.d.
	1054	Furniture, heavy dining room side pieces, n.d.
	1055	Group, man and seven women, standing outside Congregational Church, Mullan, Idaho, ca.1920
	1056	Harry L. Day "Old File," 1903-1916
	1057	Hercules Mill, 1912-1968
	1058	Hercules Mill flotation plant, taken by Harry W. March, 1928
	1059	Hercules Mine, 1947-1958
	1060	Superintendent's home in winter, n.d.
	1061	Idaho legislature, 5th session, 1898-1899
	1062	Kibbie Dome, University of Idaho, First arch in place, 1975
	1063	Lake Coeur d'Alene, aerial views, 1955
	1064	Mia (boat) being built, 1959
	1065	Mill machinery, n.d.
	1066	Mines, photographs taken in the fall of 1947
	1067	Mines, 1940-1955
	1068	Mines: Knob Hill, Last Chance, Ben Hur, etc., 1912-1915
	1069	Mining associations, group photographs, ca. 1965
	1070	Miscellaneous groups, 1900-1955
	1071	Mullan tree, 4th of July Canyon, n.d.
	1072	Old car, 1914
	1073	Old photographs belonging to H.L. Day, 1904-1948
	1074	Old photograph belonging to H.L. Day of Bellingham Bay, Washington, 1903
	1075	Picture reproductions from Henry Day Ellis, 1920-1940
	1076	Photographs belonging to Robert H. Ellis, n.d.
	1077	Politicians (some autographed), 1947-1972
	1078	Portraits, identified, possibly belonging to Eugene Day, n.d.
	1079	Portraits, unidentified, possibly belonging to Eugene Day, n.d.,
	1080	Post cards, 1920-1930
	1081	Reproductions of old photographs borrowed by C. Starke, Jr., from Mrs. Robinson, 1957
	1082	Sherman Lead Company, 1947
	1083	Slippery Gulch Days, 1946
	1084	Street scenes, unidentified city, 1921
	1085	Tamarack & Custer Mine, ca.1939
	1086	Tiger Hotel, ca.1922
	1087	Treinen, Bishop Sylvester, 1981
	1088	Unidentified man and child - possibly Henry Loren Day and a grandson, n.d.
	1089	Unidentified portraits from Barnard Studio, Wallace, n.d.
	1090	Unidentified photographs of rural home and scenery, late 1800s
	1091	Wallace, Idaho, 1892-1949
	1092	Wallace and Burke transport van, n.d.
	1093	Wallace grade school class photograph, L. Day in upper left of top row, ca.1910
	1094	Wiki Wiki II (boat), ca.1975
38	1095	Sixteen mounted prints from the Barnard-Stockbridge studio, 1887-1925, 1978
	1095A	Four mounted prints from the Barnard-Stockbridge studio, 1887-1920, 1978
	1095B	View of Wardner, T.N. Barnard studio, ca.1900
	1095C	Watts tunnel, exterior and interior views, 1908
os	1095D	Watts tunnel, exterior view, August 1908
	1095E	Watts tunnel, interior view, August 1908
	1095F	Hercules #5 surface plant, 1917
38	1096	Jerome J. Day's professional and personal scrapbook, 1888-1931
	1097	Early days at the Hercules Mining Co., ca.1900
	1098	Eugene R. Day's hauling outfit, 1903
	1099	Early day Hecla top management, ca.1906
	1100	Mines: Dayrock and unidentified, ca.1950
	1101	Day family photographs, ca.1905
	1101A	Walter Heitfeld negatives & prints, 1918-1920
	1101B	Henry L. Day, group photographs, 1953
	1102	Idaho delegation to the Democratic National Convention, 1932
	1103	Car in driveway at Las Palmas, ca.1920
	1104	Unidentified portraits, n.d.
	1105	Aerial views of Coeur d'Alene Mining District by Scamahorn of Spokane, ca.1950
	1106	Aerial view of construction site on Lake Coeur d'Alene, n.d.
	1107	Unidentified church or seminary, n.d.
	1108	Graduation ceremony, n.d.
	1109	Father Thomas J. Purcell, n.d.
	1110	Photograph album of Burke, Idaho, compiled by Joseph Foley, jr., ca.1956
	1111	Rolled photograph showing San Francisco skyline on top and large group apparently gathered for a convention on bottom, ca.1900
	1112	Slide of painting showing Spokane-Inland Empire train at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho ca.1905. Painting by Clyde L. Parent, ca.1968
	1113	Slides: Paintings of 14 stations of the cross, San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts, December 20, 1975
	1114	Slides of various paintings, taken December 12, 1975
	1115	Slides of Buck O'Donnell's sketches of "Yesterday's Mining," shown to 72nd NWMA convention, Spokane, WA, Dec. 2, 1966
	1116	8mm film labeled Bing Crosby's 45 second "Pitch," December 12, 1974
	1117	Video cassette "Customer original" unlabeled, n.d.
	1117A	T.N. Barnard "view book" Coeur d'Alene towns, mines, mountains & lakes, 1891
	1117B	Portland Hotel menu, 1916

B. Certificates and Plaques, 1904-1985

39	1118	Certificate: Associated Press membership 1928-1931
	1119	Certificates of Harry L. Day, 1904-1926
	1120	Certificates of Jerome and Lucy Day, 1939-1954
	1121	Certificate of Anne L. Day, n.d.
	1122	Certificates of Henry L. Day: Civic activities, 1961-1984
	1123	Day Mines Inc., certificate of recognition, 1972
	1124	Diplomas, 1919, 1923
	1125	Gonzaga University, 1960-1969
	1126	Military, 1946, 1976
	1127	Mining, 1922-1973
	1128	Political, 1949-1985
	1129	Religious, 1939-1966
	1130	University of Idaho, 1949-1983
	1131	Other colleges and the state of Montana, 1958-1983
	1132	Plaque: Idaho Mining Association recognition, 1953
	1133	University of Idaho AK Chapter. Outstanding businessman of the year, 1967-1968
	1134	University of Idaho: Presidents Club, 1971-1972
	1135		Fellows Club, 1972-1973
	1136		Associates Club, 1973-1974
	1137		Vandal Boosters Gold Club, 1970-1977
	1138		Vandal Boosters Scholarship Club, 1979-1981

C. Miscellaneous, 1914-1979

	1139	Souvenir money and coins, 1914-1940
	1140	Ulster Gazette, January 4, 1800
40	1141	Reports of work: Ambergris and Humming Bird, 1925-1927
	1142	Production Reports: Tamarack and Custer, Dayrock, Sherman Lead, and Monitor, 1942-1947
	1143-1144	Drawings and books of poetry by Buck O'Donnell, 1965-1968
	1145-1149	Mining expenditures compiled by Idaho Mining Association, 1923-1929
	1150	Americans for Constitutional Action. Voting record analysis, 91st Congress, 1969-1970
	1151-1152	Small publications and brochures, 1920-1979
	1153	The Greater Shoshone Project: An attitudinal study, 1970
	1154-1156	Slater's telegraphic code book, 4th-6th editions, n.d.
	1157-1160	Notebooks: Holders of code books, 1926, 1928, 1935, 1940
	1161	Notebook: Alphabetical listing of Day companies with information about each, n.d.
	1162-1172	Daily appointment calendars, 1963-1970; 1972-1974
	1173	Transcript of hearings before the Senate Committee on Mines and Mining on the Bill H.R. 11259 (includes statements and testimony of Harry Day), 1918
41	1174	Coeur d'Alene Mining Companies, January 1, 1922
	1175-1176	Men affiliated with the mining industry in the Coeur d'Alenes, January l, 1922
os	1177	Wolper productions 16mm film of Day Mines footage. 2 reels, 1972
Map	1178	Plat map of Wallace, Idaho, 1975
	1179	Freeway - Wallace. 5 maps showing route of I-90 through Wallace, 1975-1979 (See related material in folders 110, 423-426)
	1180	Maps of the Coeur d'Alene Mining District, 1906-1969
		1. Transparencies, USGS topo and geol.
		2. Pennaluna map of Coeur d'Alene District, 1967
		3. Surface geology and ore bodies, North Osborn fault
		4. Underground workings, Coeur d'Alene district, Idaho and Montana
		5. A B C Pennaluna map of Coeur d'Alene district, 1969
		6. Aeromagnetic survey, N.E. Idaho, W. Montana, 1968
		7. A B C County surveyor (historical), 1912
		8. Coeur d'Alene mining district. USGS topo sheet, 1906
	1181	Map of Central Shoshone County water district, 1973
	1182	Kidd Island Bay. 4 maps showing Henry L. Day's property, 1947 (See related material in folder 552)
	1183	Kidd Island Bay residence. 3 construction and location drawings, 1965
	1184	Kidd Island Bay maps and drawings, 1937-1979
		1. Plat map, hand drawn, 1965
		2. Road survey of property
		3. Kidd Island beach
		4. Kidd Island distribution, Washington Water Power map, 1937
		5. Kidd Island Bay, Winzler & Kelly, consulting engineers, 1979
	1185	Kidd Island Bay maps and drawings
		1. Kidd Island Bay lots, 1965
		2. Property of Henry L. Day, 1947
		3. Access road map
		4. Second addition plat map, 1960
	1186	Kidd Island Bay. Homesite of Henry L. Day, 1947
	1187	Plat map: Lake Coeur d'Alene & vicinity, n.d.
	1188	Aerial map of the Coeur d'Alene's of Idaho. Compliments of the Ebbley Investment Co., published by Northwest Mining News, 1907
	1189	Map of Kootenai County, Idaho. Compiled from the county records and U.S. Geological Surveys by Neil S. Coventry, 1921
	1190	Drawing of Camp Neewahlu, Coeur d'Alene Lake. 5 maps showing changes in location of buildings at the camp. (See related material in folders 155-184)
	1191	Blueprints: Residence alterations and additions, Wallace. Lewis Klaue, architect, 1948
	1192	Maps (2): Hercules #3 & #4 levels, n.d.; Hercules vertical longitudinal projections, 1958
	1193	Montana Historical Society Maps: limited editions, 38 of 1,000, signed by artist 1975; Military sites; Trading posts
	1194	Military road from Fort Walla Walla to Fort Benton. Tracing and negative print, n.d.
	1195	Plat map of a portion of Santa Barbara, California showing proposed division line between E.H. Sawyer and Robert Y. Hayne, n.d.
	1196	Las Palmas, compiled map of surveys made by F.F. Flournoy of property owned by Harry L. Day, El Montecito, Santa Barbara, California, June 1925
	1197	Drawings of plans for speed launches for Harry L. Day, (3 blueprint drawings), 1906
	1198	U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. Aerial photographs of portions of Lake Coeur d'Alene. Some place names pencilled in. 6 photographs, 1965
	1199	Photograph of the Northport Smelter by W.J. Carpenter, Spokane, ca.1920
	1200	Certificate from the Panama-Pacific International Exposition: Gold medal award presented to the State of Idaho for an Exhibit of massive silver-bearing galenas, Tamarack and Custer Consolidated Mining Company, Wallace, Idaho, participant, 1915
	1201	Drilling underground. Reproduction of a painting, one of a series of original paintings commissioned by LeTourneau-Westinghouse, 1964
	1202	Facsimiles issued by Veterans of Foreign Wars: Gettysburg Address; 
Abraham Lincoln's letter to Mrs. Bixby, Nov. 21, 1964; Constitution of the United States; Declaration of Independence; Photostatic copy of Coeur d'Alene Nugget (Eagle City, Idaho, v.1 no.1, Saturday March 15, 1884

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