Gallery 1: Historical

  • Greek-Tungsten Vein & Dick Hales
  • Single Deck Cage
  • Idaho Mine & Brunswick Mine Connection
  • Idaho 1500L; 22 Vein & 24 Vein
  • Idaho #3 Vein
  • Idaho #3 Vein
  • Idaho 13 Vein
  • Idaho - #3 Vein Idaho
  • Brunswick 31 Vein
  • Brunswick 16 Vein
  • Brunswick 16 Vein West, "Zebra Rock" Zone
  • Brunswick 12 Vein
  • Brunswick 16 Vein
  • Brunswick 19 Vein Discovery @ 3XC
  • Idaho 2700-602D, #2 Vein
  • Sinking "30" Winze on #2 Vein
  • Quartz Vein in Brunswick Mine
  • Idaho Quartz Mine - Lithograph
  • Motormen loading ore cars
  • Cornish Miners in Uniform
  • Gold Bars Stacked in a Pyramid
  • Underground work in the Mine
  • Vertical man skip at the Idaho Shaft
  • Early Interior of the mill
  • Interior of the mill
  • Hoist Equipment
  • Idaho Maryland Quartz Mine
  • Man underground with quartz veins
  • Gold-bearing quartz
  • Vein in face of East End of Drift
  • Grass Valley Miners
  • Idaho Maryland Mine
  • Steel headframe under construction
  • Steel headframe under construction
  • Man at the collar of shaft
  • Albert "Bert" Crase, General Manager
  • Dorsey Footwall vein
  • Electric trolley with men riding
  • Electric trolley locomotive
  • Idaho Maryland Mine, Grass Valley CAL.
  • Idaho Underground Crew Photo
  • Victor L. Dorsey (Assistant Superintendent)
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  • A few feet east of crosscut. 8ft vein "yielded $10,000 in specimen gold from this spot." - E. MacBoyle

  • Single Deck Cage, Dec 1939

  • Idaho-Brunswick Connection at 31 Vein (Brunswick 2300L). 0.17ft elevation difference, 1940

  • Heavy sulphide-bearing, frozen, high-grade vein in ankerite. Vein has no gouge and is very irregular. Quartz probably assays $250-500/ton. Note small faults in ankerite.

  • 1300L-3D-6 Stope at #9 Raise; 20ft vein abruptly narrows to 8ft vein - which continues to above 1100L.

  • Idaho 1300-3D-1S at 1250 Level; 10ft vein of excellent-grade. Heavy slabs in book structure.

  • 1250L-13D-1 Stope; 36ft cut and fill stope on mineralized diabase.

  • 1050L - 3 Drift at 3 Stope; 4.5ft excellent gold ($200±)

  • Brunswick 1600L - 31D; 31 Vein has widened as it nears the 6-3 Fault

  • "Brunswick 1450-416D; Inclusions are rimmed with carbonate. F.W.D. found a sack of highgrade at this face which I missed!"

  • Brunswick 1100L-616D; Narrow Vein in Zebra Rock, 1940

  • Brunswick 1000L-12D-3S-Raise; ±80ft east side, 1941

  • Brunswick 900-616D; Heavy sulphurets and gold (Au) in partly ribboned vein, 1940

  • Abundant gold (Au), sphalerite, pyrite, galena; minor chalcopyrite, molybdenite, etc.

  • Idaho 2700 Level 602 Drift, 1941

  • Sinking "30" Winze on #2 Vein; Idaho 2400L to 2700L. 1 beam and bucket, 1940

  • Quartz Vein in Brunswick Mine, 900-ft Level

  • Idaho Quartz Mine - Lithograph from Thompson & West's History of Nevada County, 1880

  • Motormen loading ore cars from ore pocket at No. 30 winze on the 2000-ft Level, Idaho Maryland Mine

  • Cornish Miners in Uniform

  • Gold Bars Stacked in a Pyramid

  • Underground work in the Mine, man with pick & man pushing ore car

  • Vertical man skip at the Idaho Shaft, Miners ready to go underground to work, 1937

  • Early Interior of the Mine Stamp Mill, Idaho Maryland Quartz Mill

  • Interior of the Idaho-Maryland Stamp Mill, ca. 1930

  • Hoist Equipment at the Idaho Maryland Headframe

  • Idaho Maryland Quartz Mine, 1400-ft Level, Men with transit and quartz vein in the background

  • Man underground with quartz veins

  • Showing vein of Gold-bearing quartz on 1600-ft Level

  • Vein in face of East End of Drift, 1700-ft Level. Free milling, high grade gold bearing quartz.

  • "Grass Valley Miners" crew picture at the Idaho Mine

  • Looking East to the Idaho Maryland Mine, Photo taken by Victor L. Dorsey, ca. 1894

  • Steel headframe under construction

  • Steel headframe under construction

  • Man at the collar of the Idaho Maryland incline shaft, holding lamp & ore

  • Albert "Bert" Crase, General Manager, (left) at the collar of the Idaho Maryland incline shaft

  • Dorsey Footwall vein, 1900-ft Level

  • Electric trolley with men riding the ore cars, 2000-ft Level

  • Electric trolley locomotive, built by Idaho Maryland Mine

  • Idaho Maryland Mine, Grass Valley CAL.

  • Idaho Underground Crew Photo, Idaho Maryland Mines Corp., 1938

  • Victor L. Dorsey (Assistant Superintendent) in the mine. Victor L. Dorsey, youngest son of Samuel Dorsey - president of Maryland Quartz Mining Co. which held Maryland Mine & Idaho Mine until 1919. Dorsey Vein (No. 2 Vein) discovered in Idaho Mine in 1894.

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