|Creator:||Adelberg & Raymond.|
|Creator:||Credner, Hermann, 1841-1913|
|Title:||Adelberg & Raymond mining reports|
|Quantity:||0.1 Linear feet (5 folders; MS 1355 and MS 1357 in 1 halfbox)|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of mining reports, drafts, maps, and notes of the firm Adelberg & Raymond (New York, N.Y.) for Georgia mines from 1866-1867. Includes reports for the Adelberg Gold Company (Cobb County, Ga.); Brolley mine (Cherokee County, Ga.); Dr. B. Hamilton property (Cobb County, Ga.); Lewis property (White County, Ga.); and the Judge Strong mine (Cobb County, Ga.). Each of the reports contains sections describing the mines' location, the area's terrain, climate, and geology; an analysis of the gold vein; a mining plan; and an economic view often containing information on the cost of labor, materials, and proposed output. The report for the Lewis mine also includes a history of Georgia mining. Several of the drafts are signed by Dr. Hermann Credner of Ackworth (Cobb County, Ga.).|
|Drafts are in German.|
Adelberg & Raymond, a mining engineer firm of New York, New York.
Arranged in alphabetical order.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.
Adelberg & Raymond mining reports. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.