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1. Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1928-02-03 Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1928-02-03 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mining officials; mining directors; Leo Mining Company; Samuel Hanauer; W. S. McCrea; G. W. Roche; Walter G. Merryweather; Millard Johnson ; Leo mine company elects officers. - The Leo Mining company held its annual meeting yesterday afternoon in the office of Danson, Lowe and Danson, attorneys for the company, and made arrangements to have...

2. Northwest history. Mining. Statistics. 1919-01-22 Northwest history. Mining. Statistics. 1919-01-22 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; statistics; mining data; mining statistics; Snowstorm Mines Consolidated Company; Leo Greenough; J. W. Greenough; W. J. Beaton; M. D. Hall; J. C. Broad; H. B. Greenough; R. E. Walters ; Earnings are $47,314 in 1918. - Operating income $460,244, operating expenditures $330,452, indirect $84,671. - Mills 65,432 tons of ore. - Produces $377,939 in lead concentrates and $82,304 in zinc. -...

3. Northwest history. Mining. Stock exchange & quotations. 1937-06-17 Northwest history. Mining. Stock exchange & quotations. 1937-06-17 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; Stock Exchange; trading; Polaris Mining Company; Leo J. Hoban; A. W. Witherspoon ; Will list polaris. - Application for listing of its shares on the Standard Stock exchange of Spokane and the New York curb is being made by the Polaris Mining company through Leo J. Hoban, Wallace, and...

4. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Rescue Work. 1934-10-08 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Rescue Work. 1934-10-08 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Rescue Work; Yosemite National Park; Nicholas Borsoff; Victor Borsoff; Leo Jackovleff Seek to rescue youths
Park rangers and CCC workers to aid two injured in Yosemite.
Park rangers and CCC workers, carrying stretchers, sought today to rescue two Berkeley youths lying injured and...

5. Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Weddings. 1935-08-11 Northwest history. Civil Conservation Corps. Weddings. 1935-08-11 Northwest history; Civilian Conservation Corps; CCC; Weddings; Elizabeth Marrack; Charles Granville Dodge; Cecil Marrack; Leo Febiger; Fort George Wright, Washington ; Memories of Bygone Days
Memories of bygone days are also echoed in the engagement of Elizabeth Marrack to Lieutenant Charles Granville Dodge, U.S.A., announced in Palo Alto, Cal., by her mother, Mrs....

6. State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1936-02-21 State history. Works Progress Administration. Division of Operations. Miscellaneous cities A to Z. 1936-02-21 Northwest history; Works Progress Administration; cities; Pullman, Washington; George Trull; Leo Campbell; E. F. Gaines; adult education Start Adult Education
The adult education program is possible for Pullman again this year, and may start about the first of next month under the WPA with the county superintendent in charge. Officials...

7. World War 1. Awards & honors. 1918-12-19 World War 1. Awards & honors. 1918-12-19 Northwest history; World War 1; casualties; Sergeant Leo L. Sillman; Sillman hotel ; Sergeant Leo L. Sillman, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Sillman, owners of the Sillman hotel, whose home is at W1604 Eleventh avenue, lies in a hospital in France, with wounds, the degree of which has not...

8. State history. Politics. Republican Party, State of Washington. Committees and Committeemen. 1932-09-25 State history. Politics. Republican Party, State of Washington. Committees and Committeemen. 1932-09-25 Northwest history; politics; government; Republican Party; commitees; elections; F. Leo Grinstead; W. A. Cox; Gavin Jamieson; O. W. Noble Members of the Stevens county republican central committee, meeting here today, elected F. Leo Grinstead, Colville, chairman; W. A. Cox, Chewelah, vice chairman; Mrs. Gavin Jamieson, Rice, women's vice...

9. State history. Politics. Republican Party, State of Washington. Primaries and candidates. 1920-10-13 State history. Politics. Republican Party, State of Washington. Primaries and candidates. 1920-10-13 Northwest history; politics; government; Republican Party; primaries; candidates; statements; endorsements; Leo L. Miller Leo L. Miller, republican candidate for the state legislature from the Second representative district of Spokane county, is not connected with the nonpartizan league nor the farmer-labor party, and does...

10. Northwest history. Mining. Mines reopened. 1917-12-21 Northwest history. Mining. Mines reopened. 1917-12-21 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mines reopened; Snowstorm Mines Consolidated; T. Leo Greenough ; Snowstorm mine resumes sunday. - Floods from melting snow cause temporary suspension-slides on railway. - Install hardinge mill. - Plant handles from 415-420 tons daily, while capacity is 450 tons. - "The...

11. State history. World War. Army. Appointment to Commissions. 1917-12-25 State history. World War. Army. Appointment to Commissions. 1917-12-25 Northwest history; World War 1; United States army; appointments; commissions; American soldiers; officers; Lieutenant Clyde Myers of Pullman, Washington state; Camp Leo, Petersburg, Virginia; engineers ; City Engineer Clyde Myers, who recently was granted a first lieutenants commission in the engineering corps, has received orders to report at Camp Leo, Petersburg, Va. Lieutenant Myers will leave Pullman...

12. Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1918-01-16 Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1918-01-16 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mining officials; mining directors; Snowstorm Mines Consolidated; T. Leo Greenough; Joseph W. Greenough; W. J. Beaton; J. C. Broad; M. D. Hall; H. P. Greenough; R. E. Walters; H. E. Chaney ; Snowstorm mines reelects heads. - Leo Greenough president -- H. P. Greenough succeeds H. E. Chaney. - Meeting is held here. - Nearly 2,000,000 of the 2,500,000 shares -- annual report being prepared. -...

13. Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1920-01-21 Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1920-01-21 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mining officials; mining directors; Snowstorm Mines Consolidated; Leo Greenough; J. W. Greenough; W. J. Beaton; H. P. Greenough; M. D. Hall; R. E. Walters ; Reelect board of snowstorm. - Annual meet held yesterday -- Leo Greenough is president. - At the annual meeting of the heads of the Snowstorm Mines Consolidated, held in the Old National Bank building,...

14. Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1929-05-10 Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1929-05-10 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mining officials; mining directors; W. C. Bradley; Wall Street Mining Company; L. E. Hanley; Leo Hoban; L. R. Loomis; George K. Garrett; H. C. Rowen ; Bradley elected mines president. - Dr. W. C. Bradley, Spokane, was elected president of the Wall Street Mining company at the annual meeting of stockholders this week and L. E. Hanley, vice president;...

15. Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1935-06-24 Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1935-06-24 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mining officials; mining directors; Hecla Mining Company; James F. McCarthy; A. J. Pellette; Leo Hoban; C. Rogers Arundell; Clarence F. Kipp; George T. Mayer; L. E. Hanley ; Hecla directors to meet tuesday. - After two weeks of courtroom grind James F. McCarthy, president; Leo Hoban, secretary, and A. J. Pellette, director, of the Hecla Mining company, arrived today from Portland...

16. Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1936-05-06 Northwest history. Mining. Officials & directors. 1936-05-06 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mining officials; mining directors; Hecla Mining Company; James McCarthy; L. E. Hanley; Leo J. Hoban ; Hecla mine salaries. - Corporations reporting salaries to the securities commission today include: Hecla Mining Co., Wallace, Idaho: James McCarthy, president, $27,000; L. E. Hanley, vice president, $10,220;...

17. Northwest history. Mining. Production. 1918-01-09 Northwest history. Mining. Production. 1918-01-09 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; production; T. Leo Greenough ; Snowstorm cuts shoot in tunnel. - Clean lead ore found in no. 1 level-storms reduce december output 6000 tons. - "The Snowstorm Mines Consolidated has cut good ore in the No. 1 tunnel level," said T. Leo...

18. Northwest history. Mining. Production. 1935-05-10 Northwest history. Mining. Production. 1935-05-10 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; production; Leo J. Hoban; Hecla Mining Company ; Hecla finances polaris project. - In response to inquiries, Leo J. Hoban, secretary, says in a report to stockholders of the Hecla Mining company that no dividend was paid March 15 and that non has been...

19. Northwest history. Mining. Profit & loss. 1918-02-06 Northwest history. Mining. Profit & loss. 1918-02-06 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; profit; finance; economic aspects; Snowstorm Mines Consolidated; T. Leo Greenough ; Snowstorm, in 1917, earns $23,349. - Takes a net profit, notwithstanding large number of obstacles in operation. - Mill takes 61,647 tons. - Produced 6083 tons, of which 2933 tons were zinc and 3150 tons...

20. Northwest history. Mining. Profit & loss. 1927-08-21 Northwest history. Mining. Profit & loss. 1927-08-21 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; profit; finance; economic aspects; Sunshine Mining Company; Watson-Moore Company; Leo F. Morris & Co.; John Sawbridge ; $30,000 more by sunshine. - To be dividend among 225 Inland Empire stockholders -- paid $30,000 recently. - Record of success. - Paid for property, development and equipment out of silver-lead shipments....
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