Florence Mine
Title:
Florence Mine
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Mar-31


Labor Day Drilling Contests
Title:
Labor Day Drilling Contests
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Mule Train
Title:
Mule Train
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Mohawk Mine
Title:
Mohawk Mine
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Divided Back unused



Mohawk Mine
Title:
Mohawk Mine
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Divided Back


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused



Goldfield Hotel
Title:
Goldfield Hotel
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome PM 1982 Nov

Description:
When the 150-room, $450,000 Goldfield Hotel opened in 1908, there were three days and nights of dancing and feasting. Here Goldfield's aristocracy mingled with visiting nabobs. The hotel closed in 1936 but briefly opened during World War II. About half of the rooms had private baths; most had brass beds and deep carpets. It is presently privately owned.


Mozart Club
Title:
Mozart Club
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Maurice Durand built the Mozart club in 1934 and promoted heavy weight boxing champion Jack Dempsey, "The Manassa Mauler".



The Famous Goldfield Hotel
Title:
The Famous Goldfield Hotel
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Located in the town section of the famous old mining camp. Built in 1907, it has 150 rooms. Still standing today and taking its place as one of many landmarks of the old ghost town.


Mohawk Mine
Title:
Mohawk Mine
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Divided Back unused



View of Goldfield
Title:
View of Goldfield
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Approximately 200 miles north of Las Vegas on the road to Reno. Once housed over 30,000 persons - now a few hundred persons live here. First claims staked in 1902 - biggest boom years between 1906 and 1910. Most buildings, including the Goldfield Hotel, are deserted.


Combination Mine
Title:
Combination Mine
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jul-8



Red Top Mine
Title:
Red Top Mine
Colofield Nevada (NV), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


History of Goldfield Nevada
Title:
History of Goldfield Nevada
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Real Photo PM 1955 Apr-20

Description:
Originally called 'Grandpa' when Billy Marsh and Harry Stimler staked out the first vlain in 1902, the name was soon changed when jewlery rock ran $50 to $100 per pound. One carload of 47 tons brought $574,958.00. There was another boom in 1906 when los sold as high as $45,000.00 Population reached 30,000. Mining production $11,000,000.00 in 1910. Goldfield's turbulent career saw the Gans-Nelson prize fight. Nat Goodwin. Edna Goodrich on the stage. Outrageous highgrading by miners with resulting strikes and disorders requiring troops and state police. Goldfield is said to have been 'the most exciting camp of all time'



General View of Town
Title:
General View of Town
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Divided Back unused


Mohawk Mine
Title:
Mohawk Mine
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Divided Back unused



Waldorf-Astoria, not New York
Title:
Waldorf-Astoria, not New York
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Divided Back PM 1911 Dec-26


Crossing The Desert To Goldfield
Title:
Crossing The Desert To Goldfield
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-06

Description:
Series 124



Goldfield Ghost Town Cemetery 1902
Title:
Goldfield Ghost Town Cemetery 1902
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Hundreds of young men are buried here that worked in the Goldfield Mining District. They died of silicosis or ?Rock on the Box.? Razor sharp silica dust particles were breathed into their lungs. The lungs were cut to shreds and the victim drowned in his own blood. The town of Goldfield is in the midground


Goldfield
Title:
Goldfield
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Esmeralda County, located halfway between Reno and Las Vegas, is the home to many mining communities and ghost towns. Surrounded by rugged mountain wilderness, vast open basins and rich mines. Esmeralda County offers a variety of spectacular scenery and a comfortable life-style.



Frontier Photography
Title:
Frontier Photography
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome PM 1989 Nov-08

Description:
The Goldfield Municipal High School is still in very good state of preservation. Its size bares witness to the size of the population


Frontier Photography
Title:
Frontier Photography
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome PM 1989 Nov-08

Description:
This Hippodrome Theatre was built to handle all types of entertainment. Many famous actors and actresses appeared here. A disastrous fire in 1923 leveled most of the business district



Dj's Market
Title:
Dj's Market
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome PM 1989 Nov-08

Description:
The Oasis in the desert, Rustic on the outside and modern on the inside. Biggest little store in Goldfield! Groceries, liquor, beer and ice.


Esmeralda County Courthouse
Title:
Esmeralda County Courthouse
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
The greatest gold boom town of all time producing $150,000,000 in gold at the ten going price of $20 per ounce. Goldfield won the county seat from Hawthorne in 1907 and rightfully so. Goldfield had grown to became the largest city in Nevada with 20,000 residents.



Frontier Photography
Title:
Frontier Photography
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome PM 1989 Nov-08

Description:
Goldfield, Nevada 1907. It didn't take them long to build a railway because there were a lot of people and plenty of ore to haul. Wouldn't you love to own one of those antique automobiles now>?


Goldfield Ghost Town 1902
Title:
Goldfield Ghost Town 1902
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Prospectors knew there was gold here in 1870 but they didn't think there was enough to bother with. In 1902 tow prospectors from Tonopah, Harry Stimler and Billy Marsh found enough gold to make a lot of people rush to Goldfield. The rush lasted until 1907 swelling Goldfield to 20,000 people, largest city in the state. In 1905 there were 10,000 people in Goldfield and only one bath tub in a barber shop! Most people in those early days took a bath once a year whether they needed it or not! There was still a considerable amount of mining and milling here up until 1940 when the 100 stamp consolidated mill shut down. The Florence mine is in the foreground. Goldfield is in the midground.



The Mines Of Goldfield
Title:
The Mines Of Goldfield
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
The mines of Goldfield, Nevada, like that shown, now stand idle; but after the big strike of 1903, Goldfield was one of the most spectacular mining campus of the West. Its ore was so rich there was a serve problem of "high-grading" by miners who selected the best ore for their own pockets.


Goldfield Ghost Town Cemetery 1902
Title:
Goldfield Ghost Town Cemetery 1902
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome PM 1989 Nov-08

Description:
Hundreds of young men are buried here that worked in the Goldfield Mining District. They died of silicosis or "Rock on the Box." Razor sharp silica dust particles were breathed into their lungs. The lungs were cut to shreds and the victim drowned in his own blood. The town of Goldfield is in the midground.



Goldfield Ghost Town Cemetery 1902
Title:
Goldfield Ghost Town Cemetery 1902
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome PM 1989 Nov-08

Description:
Hundreds of young men are buried here that worked in the Goldfield Mining District. They died of silicosis or "Rock on the Box." Razor sharp silica dust particles were breathed into their lungs. The lungs were cut to shreds and the victim drowned in his own blood. The town of Goldfield is in the midground.


Santa Fe Club
Title:
Santa Fe Club
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Joe and Carl Fuetch were proprietors of the Santa Fe during the 1920's. Carls son Joe Jr. went on to found Sierra Brewing Company of Reno, Nevada. Joe Fuetch was an Esmeralda County commissioner during the late 1930's. Joe is now busy operating the East Bay Tire Company on Oakland, California.



The Jumbo
Title:
The Jumbo
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Jun-9


Mizpah Hotel 1907
Title:
Mizpah Hotel 1907
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Built by George Wingfield and Senator George Nixon of Goldfield fame. The Mizpah Hotel and the old five story State Bank Building across the street were for many years the tallest buildings in the State of Nevada. The Mizpah is on the National Register of Historic Buildings



Showing Ledges Of 80000 Dollars Per Tone Of Gold Ore, Mohawk Mine
Title:
Showing Ledges Of 80000 Dollars Per Tone Of Gold Ore, Mohawk Mine
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-24

Description:
Showing ledges of 80,000 dollars per tone of gold ore.


General View Of Goldfield
Title:
General View Of Goldfield
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Divided Back unused



Mohawk Mine
Title:
Mohawk Mine
Goldfield Nevada (NV), Divided Back unused




Total: 35 Items