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Theresa Mine
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The Upper Theresa property, commonly known as the Tatman shaft, promises to become one of the wonderful producers of that section made famous by the Vindicator and Golden Cycle mines. It is located on the south slope of Bull Hill, which has become known as one of the greatest treasure vaults of the Cripple Creek district.
   The main shaft is 200 feet deep, and about 600 feet of drifting has already been accomplished. It is owned by the Theresa Gold Mining Co., and consists of half a claim. It has been a good producer, and under the energetic policy pursued by the lessee, may yet rank with its next-door neighbors, the Golden Cycle and Vindicator.
   W. H. Wilson, the lessee, began work on the property two years ago, and his success has more than exceeded his expectations. He intends to push development work on the property along with the usual hoisting of ore.
Media Info Last Updated:
01.11.2020 (11:19:19)
Title on Image:
The Upper Theresa Mine, Tatman Shaft, Under lease to W.H. Wilson.
Photographer [Date]:
Unknown
Description:
The Upper Theresa property, commonly known as the Tatman shaft, promises to become one of the wonderful producers of that section made famous by the Vindicator and Golden Cycle mines. It is located on the south slope of Bull Hill, which has become known as one of the greatest treasure vaults of the Cripple Creek district.
graphic for visual presentation of text The main shaft is 200 feet deep, and about 600 feet of drifting has already been accomplished. It is owned by the Theresa Gold Mining Co., and consists of half a claim. It has been a good producer, and under the energetic policy pursued by the lessee, may yet rank with its next-door neighbors, the Golden Cycle and Vindicator.
graphic for visual presentation of text W. H. Wilson, the lessee, began work on the property two years ago, and his success has more than exceeded his expectations. He intends to push development work on the property along with the usual hoisting of ore.
Image Note:
My Collection; From page 17 in Seeing Cripple Creek, January 1905 (Vol. 4, No. 2). I've added the coloring scheme using my computer.
Source, Printed Items (Found/Seen in/Known):
  • Page 17; Seeing Cripple Creek; January 1905 - Published in 1905.
Source ID, My Collection:
I-00796
Type/Category [Media ID]:
Photograph/Image [#373]
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