1887 Receipt For Wood To Baltimore Mine From T.h. Smith & Co. Gold Hill Nevada
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1887 Receipt For Wood To Baltimore Mine From T.h. Smith & Co. Gold Hill Nevada:
**** BUYERS: IF YOU ARE PURCHASING MULTIPLE ITEMS FROM OUR sales/STORE AND WANT TO COMBINE SHIPPING, PLEASE REQUEST A COMBINED INVOICE WITHIN 24 HOURS, BEFORE PAYING. WE ARE MORE THAN HAPPY TO COMBINE SHIPPING FOR YOU WITHIN THAT WINDOW ****1887 Receipt for Wood to Baltimore Mine from T.H. Smith & Co. Gold Hill NevadaThe listing is for an 1887 receipt of 2 cars of wood that were shipped to Baltimore Mine. The receipt is written on the back of the T.H. Smith & Co. order sheet. Along with the receipt is a blank piece of blue paper for the Office of John M. Duncan & Co. of Austin, Nevada. Both the receipt and the blank paper have wear, discoloration, creasing and blemishing throughout.Gold Hill, Nevada - Was an unincorporated community in Storey County, Nevada and became incorporated on December 17, 1862. At one point the town had over 8,000 residents and saw prosperity between 1868 and 1888 while a major deposit of gold and silver ore was mined. Today Gold Hill, Nevada operates as a "Ghost Town" and tourist stop that operates historic steam trains.The receipt measures approx. 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"; blank sheet measures approx. 7 3/4" x 10 1/2".These came out of a much larger grouping of paper items relating to mine companies and mining in the region.Reference the photos for greater detail.