Historical certificate from the Inter - Mountain Mining and Industrial Association
issued in 1910. This historic document has an the company name in the top center. This item has the signatures of the Company’s President, John Chase and Secretary, Thomas B. Crawford and is over 103 years old.
Mines register - 1911
INTERMOUNTAIN MINING & INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION. UTAH.
Office: 317 Century BIdg., Denver, Colo. Letter returned unclaimed from former mine office, Bingham Canyon, Salt Lake Co., Utah. R. E. Goodcll, president; Col. Thos. B. Crawford, manager. Property is supposed to include copper claims at Granite Gap, N. M., one claim in Goldfield, Nevada, and 4 claims in the Bullfrog district of Nevada. Company also owns 350,000 shares of Rio Dolores Copper Co.
Principal property is 10 claims, 3 patented, area 135 acres, known as the Mystic Shrine group, in Markham Gulch, Bingham Canyon, Salt Lake Co., Utah. The Mystic Shrino is said to show chalcopyrite and galena, in veins from a few inches to 20' in width, giving assays of 6.5% copper, 18.8% lead, 10 oz. silver and $2 gold per ton. The mine has 4 shafts, deepest 200', and 8 tunnels, longest 700', with about 3,500' of workings. Equipment is said to include an air-compressor. The mines shipped a little low grade ore, 1908, to the Ogden smelter, shortly before that plant closed down. Idle.