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Chicago Tunnel [aka Chicago and Cripple Creek Tunnel]
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Info Database Last Updated 13.12.2021 (Entity News entries: 7)
Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
Daily Chronicle {Aspen]. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No. 274
Info Publication Date:
May 29, 1893
Info found on page:
1
Info Title:
Chicago and Cripple Creek Tunnel to Resume Work
[Crusher]—The Chicago and Cripple Creek people have paid-up their outstanding obligations and will resume work in their tunnel in the near future.
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Above Info was Last Updated on 10.10.2021 (18:51:24)
Above Info was First Seen 25.05.2021

Type/Category of Info:
Advertising
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No. 116
Info Publication Date:
September 2, 1897
Info found on page:
2
Info Title:
Ad; lease at the Chicago-Cripple Creek Tunnel
TO LEASE
graphic for visual presentation of text....ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS SEVERAL....
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graphic for visual presentation of textGood Veins in the Chicago-Cripple Creek Tunnel.
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graphic for visual presentation of textThree leasers have struck pay ore in this tunnel with less than 25 feet of work. Inquire of..............................
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graphic for visual presentation of textGEO. B. MECHEM, at the Tunnel.
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  • The Morning Times, Cripple Creek, Colo., Thursday, September 2, 1897.
  • The Morning Times, Cripple Creek, Colo., Saturday, September 4, 1897.
Above Info was Last Updated on 30.10.2020 (11:04:30)
Above Info was First Seen 07.02.2019

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No. 221
Info Publication Date:
January 1, 1898
Info found on page:
12
Info Title:
Chicago-Cripple Creek Tunnel's 2,300 Feet
The Chicago-Cripple Creek is second oldest in age after the Uintah with 2,300 feet completed which carries the big bore beyond the saddle into Ironclad hill.
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Above Info was Last Updated on 30.10.2020 (11:04:30)
Above Info was First Seen 06.03.2019

Type/Category of Info:
Advertising
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No. 261
Info Publication Date:
February 17, 1898
Info found on page:
2
Info Title:
Ad; lease at the Chicago-Cripple Creek Tunnel
TO LEASE
graphic for visual presentation of text A few good veins in the Chicago Tunnel. Most favorable terms. 10 per cent royalty. Use of cars, blacksmith shop, etc. Inquire of
graphic for visual presentation of textT. E. DICKEN, AT THE TUNNEL.
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Above Info was Last Updated on 30.10.2020 (11:04:30)
Above Info was First Seen 07.03.2019

Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Cripple Creek Times. Issue No. 1
Info Publication Date:
January 1, 1903
Info found on page:
57
Info Title:
Chicago Tunnel Connects with Plymouth Rock
That the late Mr. Stratton had abundant faith in the future and believed in deep mining was evidenced by the amount of work he did on Bull and other hills.
graphic for visual presentation of text An example is the work of extending and completing the Chicago-Cripple Creek tunnel which was started up again and carried forward. The main tunnel, at the point it connects with the Plymouth Rock shaft, is 4,170 feet, while the laterals extended off total to 3,520 feet.
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Above Info was Last Updated on 30.10.2021 (11:13:11)
Above Info was First Seen 11.10.2021

Type/Category of Info:
Special/Editorial Correspondence
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press. Volume: 94 [XCIV], Issue No. 19
Info Publication Date:
May 11, 1907
Info found on page:
589
Info Title:
Fairview Ships to Golden Cycle Mill
Cripple Creek, Colorado.
graphic for visual presentation of textSuccessful Leasing.
graphic for visual presentation of text Ore is being shipped from the Fairview property, block 102 of the Stratton Estate, to the Golden Cycle mill at Colorado City. The first shipment ran $17 per ton, the ore being obtained from the 600-ft. level of the mine. Operations are being carried on through the Chicago & Cripple Creek adit, the workings being 2,000 ft. from the entrance. Raising is in progress on the vein, which averages 4 ft. wide, and better returns are expected from the next shipment.
Above Info was Last Updated on 10.10.2021 (18:51:24)
Above Info was First Seen 24.05.2021

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press. Volume: 124 [CXXIV], Issue No. 9
Info Publication Date:
March 4, 1922
Info found on page:
311
Info Title:
Globe Hill or Chicago Tunnel Ships to Portland Mill
Stratton estate lessees, operating through the Globe Hill or Chicago tunnel, have opened a good grade of mill-ore and are shipping to the Portland mill.
Above Info was Last Updated on 30.10.2020 (11:04:30)
Above Info was First Seen 12.02.2020