Easy to use, simple to navigate,
fun to explore, and will be packed with images and information.
"e-Museum" collections will include: tools, dynamite
boxes, blasting items, assay equipment, assay reports, ore cars, aerial tramway items, bottles, ore specimens, letters, personal
writings, poems, maps, drawings, sketches, documents of all kinds. In addition to all that, it is the largest digital collection
of Utah mining, mining related, oil, land, water, banking, railroading, and other company stock certificate images ever published
to the web including some of the rarest known.
Now on the "Home Page" we feature a certificate issued by the Golden Bar Mining Company of the
Camp Floyd Mining District. More specifically the Mercur area.
There are now 1716 stock certificates
posted to this site!!!!!!!
updates will now resume. More certificates, letterhead,images and checks coming soon! We have the largest and greatest collection
of Utah documents published
on the Web!
The TREASURE HOUSE RELICS PROJECT (THRP)
is the name of this undertaking. I share this project
here. 30 years of exploring, research, and collecting
all brought together in one place. The goal, to create the most complete, comprehensive digital archive of early hard-rock
mining in Utah ever published to the web. I'm just getting started and it will take years to add it all, so check back often
to see what's new.
636 BUSINESS LETTERHEAD
images in the E-MUSEUM!
LETTERHEAD IMAGES FROM HUNDREDS OF COMPANIES, MOSTLY UTAH, INCLUDING SAMPLES FROM MERCUR, PARK CITY,
SALT LAKE, BINGHAM & OTHER LOCATIONS. GREAT DESIGNS, WITH SOME IN FULL COLOR! THANK-YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED
TO THE SITE, BUT ESPECIALLY TO THIS MOST RECENT PRIVATE CONTRIBUTOR. MORE ARE COMING. TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT
Use the navigation links at the top left, or click on the images below to
Click below for Site Profiles
|EMMA MINE DUMP c.1870's - C.R. Savage Photo
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|CENTENNIAL EUREKA #706 - DKW
"REFRESH" or "RELOAD" button every time you visit this site or any page.
That way you know your getting the latest updated page, not a cached page
on your computer.
is being added daily!
Most recent updates:
Open call for material!
Do you have any material on Utah's mining past that you would like to share?
Old photographs, documents, stock certificates, assay reports, maps, mining company letterhead, company reports, family stories,
artifacts, anything? If you do, please contact me, Don Winegar, by e-mail at:
If you are wanting to sell or donate items that you believe are within the scope of this
project, please contact me. I will be happy to work with you. If you do not want to part with your material, please consider
allowing the use of your material. Your items will never leave your possession. I would just like access to get a good quality
scan or digital image and the story that goes with it. Your contributions will be clearly identified as to their origin, and
your name will be added to our ever growing "CREDIT" page if you choose to be identified. So go find it, send me
an e-mail, and let me do the rest. Come on, share with the rest of the class!
Sharing is the best way to educate. Education
is the best way to know. Knowing is the best way to appreciate. Appreciation is the best way to foster gratitude, and gratitude
is a very, very, good thing! So thank-you to everyone who has helped thus far, and thank-you in advance, to those who will
yet help this project along.
in the words of C. W. McCall in his country music hit "WOLF
below, 'cause here we go!"
Whoops! Don't forget to read this stuff, it's important!
Launched in 2010, this site is fairly new, so everything has not been uploaded
yet. New items are be added regularly, so come back often! Also, If you see ANTHING in this site that appears to be incorrect please let me know. I want it to be as accurate as possible.
Email me at:
This site is
created, designed, and maintained by Donald K. Winegar.
All images, music, and text are Copyright 1977-2014 by Donald K. Winegar unless otherwise noted.
All rights reserved.
PORTION OF THIS SITE MAY BE COPIED, DOWNLOADED OR DUPLICATED BY ANY MEANS WHATSOEVER, WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE OWNER!
NOTICE: Mines, mining, and mining claim locations can be dangerous, with numerous natural and artificial
hazards, both seen and unseen. By viewing, use, and enjoyment of this site and the information contained herein, the users
agree to relieve the author, sponsors, contributors, or any other person or entity associated with this site of any liability
from the use and information contained in this site. Further, the user also accepts responsibility for any liability incurred
by family members or guests from the use of any information contained herein.
The author or the TREASURE HOUSE RELICS PROJECT neither encourages nor condones trespass on private
or otherwise restricted property without express prior and proper permission from the rightful owners of said property!
OK, now enjoy!
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