Beautiful stock certificate from the American Canadian Gold Mining Company of Superior, Wisconsin
in 1899. This historic document has an
ornate border around it with a vignette of an allegorical woman with the words "Alice A" Mine on top center. This item is hand signed by the Company’s President, J. S. Hillyer, and Secretary, H. C. Clark and is
over 121 years old. IRS tax stamp affixed to face of certificate.
AMERICAN-CANADIAN GOLD MINING COMPANY.- Incorporated in 1897, to engage in gold mining. Capital stock, $1,200,000. Par, $1.
Officers: J. S. Hillyer, President; Carroll Corson, Treasurer; H. C. Clark, Secretary.
Office, West Superior, Wis.
Engineering and Mining Journal reported in 1902
American-Canadian Gold Mining Company.-This company is a combination of English and American capital to work the Alice A. Mine. The company has secured a lease of the property for 99 years, and will increase the capital stock from $1,200,000 to $2,000,000. The mine is to be operated at least 300 days a year, according to the company's agreement, with a guaranteed output of 100 tons of ore per day.
Big Master.—The trial run of the new 10-stamp mill is most satisfactory. Gold bricks will be produced forthwith.