American Potash Company (Antioch, Nebraska) [RG1371.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG1371.AM:  American Potash Company (Antioch, Nebraska)



Papers:  1917-1920

Antioch, Sheridan County, Nebraska

Size:  0.5 cu.ft.; 1 box



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of manuscript material arranged in two series: 1) Correspondence, 1917-1918;  2) Statements, 1919-1920.



The bulk of this collection dates to the attempts of the American Potash Company to secure mineral leases on school boundaries in Nebraska. The correspondence is between officers of the company and the Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings.  Also included are statements regarding sections of school land and amounts of Potash produced.  Correspondence relates to applications for mineral leases on public lands.



(Acc. June 22, 1960)



INVENTORY



Series 1 – General Correspondence, 1917-1918



Box 1

Folder




  1. 1917

  2. 1918

  3. Applications by Thomas Briggs



Series 2 – Statements Made to the Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings, 1919-1920




  1. Statements Made to the Commissioner of Public Lands and Buildings, 1919-1920



 



Subject headings:



American Potash Company (Antioch, Nebraska)

Antioch (Nebraska) — History

Briggs Lake

Briggs, Thomas

Potash industry and trade



 



DDS/ht             10-09-1972


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