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These are the copies of the pages of a handwritten journal that has been seen by very few. Beginning in November of 1922 and ending in 1929. As L.W. Duncan writes it "Such is the Life of a Prospector".
"Saturday March 28th, 1925, 5am Wind blowed all night and still blowing a hurricane here. Will stay home and cook beans. Sam came up from Dayton with Harry Bonham. He wrecked his car".
Saturday April 4th, 1925, 5am, Warm and cloudy this morning, no wind. Same going to Dayton to work for Rudy with the sheep. I measured off the Brooklyn and the quartzite mining claims also the Red Top Claim fixed measurements. 12 noon squally snowing wind from the North, stormed all day snow all melted.
What was life like in the 1920's for those that were working the mines and staking their own claims? What else will we learn about Duncan, Sam Cobb, Harry Bonham
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Annual Report of the Sutro Tunnel Company 1884, The Friends of Sutro Tunnel are not only restoring the Sutro Tunnel and Site. They are also working to share the history of the Sutro Tunnel Company.