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A Mining Engineer’s Journal Recounting His Role in Nome, Alaska Gold Rush

TREVE M. GIBSON, Autograph Manuscript, c. 1915, on Hotel Cadillac (Los Angeles, CA) stationery, 59 pp. 6 x 9˝ in. With six Phoenix Consolidated Mining Co. stock certificates issued to Gibson in October and November 1896 for a total of 24,000 shares. Four are signed by President and lumberman James E. Poupore; two are signed by Vice President and broker Charles D. Rand; and all six are signed by Secretary and physician Milton W. Bruner, all of British Columbia. Also with a later 57-page typescript that includes more detail of Gibson’s mining career, c. 1956. A revised version of the story presented in the manuscript appears on pages 9 to 25 of the typescript.

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There is no word in our language which will grip the listener’s attention quicker, than the word, gold. No story is more likely to arouse the spirit of adventure than an authentic report of the discovery of new and exceptionally rich goldfields.

A reminiscence of the early stages of the Nome Gold Rush (1899-1909) written by a mining engineer with fascinating and sometimes tragic details about his voyage to Alaska, wildlife, native Americans, traveling along the wild rivers, and the raw and curious world inhabited by miners hoping to strike it rich.

Item #24373, $1,750

Lake Torpedo Boat Company Preferred Stock

SIMON LAKE, Partially Printed Document Signed. Stock certificate No. 2310 for five shares of Preferred Stock in The Lake Torpedo Boat Company. Bridgeport, CT, June 28, 1917. Boldly signed. Attractive gold and silver foil ornate borders with corporate seal and eagle vignette at top center. 1p. 11” x 8˝”. Archivally framed.

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Item #23078, $1,200

PaineWebber Founder Signed
Lake Copper Company Stock Certificate

WILLIAM PAINE, Partially Printed Document Signed as company president. 100,000 shares of Lake Copper Company, Certificate #28509, March 10, 1922.

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Item #23086, $1,250

William K. And Harold Vanderbilt Signed
World War I Veterans Bonus New York State Bond

[WILLIAM K. VANDERBILT], Partially Printed Document Signed. $50,000 World War Bonus Bond, issued to William K. Vanderbilt, Harold S. Vanderbilt, and Frederick W. Vanderbilt as trustees for Anna H. Vanderbilt, signed by first two. Certificate #64, with engraved vignette of the state seal. October 16, 1944.

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Item #23087, $750
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