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Bully Hill Mine Photographs Relating to the Lawrence May Family, ca. 1870-1919
BANC PIC 1982.063 -- PIC  
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:1 Bully Hill Smelter. [No.] 190.

 

:2 [Bully Hill Smelter, during winter.]

 

:3 Bully Hill Smelter.

 

:4 [Workers in mining area. Bully Hill Mine. Photograph by Gates & Hogle.]

 

:5 Bully Hill. [Mine buildings and railway.]

 

:6 Bully Hill. [Hillside with building and railway.]

 

:7 [Smelter, Bully Hill Mine.]

 

:8 Bully Hill Mine. Copper City. [Post card.]

 

:9 Gas car at Bully Hill.

 

:10 Property of the Shasta May Blossom Copper Mining & Smelting Co. The De LaMar [i.e. Delamar] Bully Hill Smelter. [Both locations in photo indicated by asterisks.] In Shasta County, Northern California. Now producing from $6,000 to $10,000 per day in copper-gold-silver bullion. Total for first five months' operations, $1,000,000 [Copy print.]

 

:11 [Bully Hill Mine works?]

 

:12 [No.] 395. [Smelter, Bully Hill Mine.]

 

:13 Bully Hill. [No.] 402.

 

:14 Anchor Mine. De La Mar [i.e. Delamar], Cal. [No.] 3544. [Post card.]

 

:15 [Unidentified stream. Winter scene.]

 

:16 [No.] 228. [Unidentified stream.]

 

:17 [No.] 407x. [Unidentified stream with bridge. Winter scene.]

 

:18 [No.] 245. [Falls, unidentified stream.]

 

:19 [No.] 269. [View of unidentified town, with mountain in distance.]

 

:20 Shasta Soda Springs. [No.] 289.

 

:21 3 hrs. by rail. [No.] 365. [Three Brothers, Yosemite Valley.]

 

:22 Company Picnic. Lawrence May, an engineer for the Bully Hill Mine (6th from left, rear row); Florence Mesing May (Mrs. L.) (3d lady from right, 2d row). Parents of Prof. Henry May. Pit River.

 

:23 5 miles from Bully Hill. [Unidentified stream.]

 

:24 The picnic at Pit [River?]

 

:25 Our mother Florence May is 3rd from left. [No.] 256. [Copy negative available.]

 

:26 Picnic. Lady on left, putting up hair: Mrs. Lawrence May.

 

:27 Lawrence May's Bungalow.

 

:28 Corner of living room, Bully Hill bungalow. Couples had bungalows, bachelors lived in one big bldg. with chinese [sic] chef.

 

:29 Miss C. and I.

 

:30 I with John Miles [Hanley] & Adair. John Miles Hanley (later Head of Univ. of Missouri, Rollo School of Mines).

 

:31 [Unidentified children.]

 

:32 Binks in front, John (Hanley?) behind. On the way to Monday [Flat].

 

:33 In front of your house.

 

:34 Our father Lawrence May is 2nd from left by the child.

 

:35 Outdoors at B [i.e. Bully] Hill. Jane is little girl. Girl on right: Elsie Jane May (sister of Prof. Henry May).]

 

:36 Miss Cathcart, Mother and I cooking breakfast out to Monday Flat. Bully Hill ladies having al fresco breakfast.

 

:37 Don't know where this R.R. was -short connecting line to where? “Our mother” is Mrs. Lawrence May with Elsie Jane May on her lap.

 

:38 Lawrence May in center.

 

:39 [Unidentified swimmers. May family?]

 

:40 [Boating scene. Unidentified persons. May family?]

 

:41 [Unidentified swimmers. May family?]

 

:42 Our mother & Jane. Dad one of oarsmen. Lawrence May is 2d from right. Mrs. May in middle of boat with Elsie Jane.

 

:43 [Lawrence May and child.]

 

:44 Many picnics at Bully Hill — wives of officials. Mrs Lawrence May seated on right.

 

:45 Just before starting for Tunnel No. 3. Our father Lawrence May is dead center in front. [No.] 2.

 

:46 Ditto [cf. 45]. Just before starting for Tunnel 3. Lawrence May front center. [No.] 3.

 

:47 [Unidentified man on horse.]

 

:48 [Unidentified woman at river bank.]

 

:49 [Unidentified woman with feathers in hair.]

 

:50 [Unidentified man on horse.]

 

:51 [Unidentified men at gathering. Cropped portion of a larger photograph.]

 

:52 More ladies living at Bully Hill. [Post card.]

 

:53 Sat. night dinner party.

 

:54 Couple at Bully Hill.

 

:55 Two mine officials. In white shirt: Mr. Delamar, owner of the smelter for whom adjacent town was named.

 

:56 [Unidentified man at table.]

 

:57 3 miles from Bully Hill.

 

:58 [Picnic scene.]

 

:59 [Unidentified swimmers at shore.]

 

:60 [Unidentified men on railway car.]

 

:61 [Unidentified women on horses. Post card.]

 

:62 Bully Hill Road. [Unidentified child.]

 

:63 [Picnic scene.]

 

:64 [Unidentified persons looking at book.]

 

:65 [Unidentified persons and dog in snow.]

 

:66 This picture of Prof. A.C. Lawson is the only one of its kind in captivity and is I think better than ordinary. A.C.N.

 

:67 [Unidentified persons in mine.]

 

:68 2d from left Mrs. Lawrence May.

 

:69 2d from right, row 2: Lawrence May.

 

:70 Lawrence May on horse, Tony, 2d from left.

 

:71 Grading for the S.V. and E.R.R [Sacramento Valley and Eastern Railroad]. [No.] 2. [Photograph by Gates and Hogle.]

 

:72 [Group portrait, unidentified men.]

 

:73 [Group portrait, unidentified men.]

 

:74 "Suzette" and Some of Her Chums.

 

:75 The Poet Lariat.

 

:76 Bully Hill — Elsie's House on Left.

 

:77 Same Bunch — on a raid.

 

:78.1 [Smelter, Bully Hill Mine. Affixed to front cover of album.]

 

:78.2 Bully Hill Smelter and Mine. [Photograph by Eastman & Rule View Co., S.F.]

 

:78.3 Yard Crew, Bully Hill Smelter.

 

:78.4 Birds Eye View of Delamar.

 

:78.5 Main Street, Delamar, Calif.

 

:78.6 Ore Train, Rising Star Mine.

 

:78.7 Hoist, 1200 Ft. Underground. Bully Hill Mine.

 

:78.8 Bully Hill Smelter, DeLaMar, Calif.

 

:78.9 Bully Hill Mine, Delamar, Calif.

 

:78.10 Birds Eye View, Bully Hill Smelter.

 

:78.11 Burley at Work, Bully Hill Mine.

 

:78.12 Station, 1200 Ft. Underground. Bully Hill Mine.

 

:78.13 Furnace, Bully Hill Smelter.

 

:78.14 Drawing of Slag, Bully Hill Smelter.

 

:78.15 Rising Star Mine.

 

:78.16 Bully Hill Mine, Delamar, Calif.

 

:78.17 Yards at Bully Hill Smelter.

 

:78.18 Birds Eye View DeLaMar.

 

:78.19 Ore Train, Bully Hill Mine.

 

:78.20 Bully Hill Smelter, DeLaMar, Calif.

 

:79 Bully Hill. [Booklet featuring poem "Thanksgiving Nineteen Hundred and Nine" and several photographic illustrations of Bully Hill mining community. Copy negatives of illustrations available.]