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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Colliery Engineer and Metal Miner. Volume: 17 [XVII], Issue No. 2
Info Publication Date:
September, 1896
Info found on page:
58
Info Title:
Short Description of the Anchoria Leland
On Gold Hill towers the lofty buildings of the Anchoria Leland mine, the principal one on the hill. The shaft in this mine is down 500 feet and over it is one of the finest hoisting plants in the country. The ore body like so many in Cripple Creek lies in a dyke of phonolite traversing the overlying mass of andesitic breccia. The dyke like that of the Moose, C. O. D., Elkton and others, is, we understand, traversed by virtually parallel shearing planes, in the interstices of which, associated with quartzose matter is the main body of the ore ; with depth the ore becomes more pyritous. Though they have gone down 500 feet, there is as yet no sign of the underlying granite.
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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Colliery Engineer and Metal Miner. Volume: 17 [XVII], Issue No. 11
Info Publication Date:
June, 1897
Info found on page:
482
Info Title:
Anchoria Leland Vein/Ore-Shoot Description
In the Anchoria Leland the course of vein is N. 20° E., dip often changes. Sometimes the east is footwall sometimes it is the hanging wall. Ore shoot is 500 feet long. There is no gouge and the ore grades into the country rock. The pay streak at 278 feet is a very dark, hard, black, glassy quartz, with small cavities 60 feet above the 278-foot level. Some of the richest gold and telluride specimens ever met in the camp have been found. The grade improves with depth from $43.00 to $125.00 per ton.
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Type/Category of Info:
City Briefs
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 7 [VII], Issue No. 200
Info Publication Date:
July 23, 1899
Info found on page:
4
Info Title:
Mr. C. W. Howbert in an Accident
Cripple Creek Social World—The many friends of Mr. C.W. Howbert were sorry to hear of the accident which befell him last Sunday at the Anchoria-Leland. Fortunately it was not very serious and he is able to be around once more.
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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 9 [IX], Issue No. 24
Info Publication Date:
December 31, 1899
Info found on page:
7 (3)
Info Title:
1899 Dividends for Anchoria-Leland
During 1899 it was paid in Dividends by the Anchoria-Leland—
graphic for visual presentation of textJanuary…………03…quarterly…$18,000
graphic for visual presentation of textApril...............03…quarterly…..18,000
graphic for visual presentation of textTotal……………………..............$36,000
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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
Aspen Tribune. Volume: 6 [VI], Issue No. 226
Info Publication Date:
May 22, 1901
Info found on page:
2
Info Title:
Gold Hill Tunnel & Anchorlia Leland Trip Offered
The Gold Hill tunnel, which cuts the Anchoria-Leland mine at the eighth level has offered the delegates during the session of the Trans-Mississippi Commercial congress, during certain hours of the day the whole congress week, the freedom of the tunnel, and the Anchoria-Leland will arrange to take all guests from the tunnel over that property.
graphic for visual presentation of text By entering the mouth of the tunnel in the city limits the delegates and their friends can penetrate Gold hill and come out at the entrance on the apex from the shaft house from which they can get a splendid view of Cripple Creek, which spreads out like a panorama in the bowl of the crater below.
graphic for visual presentation of text The trip for the delegates can be made with perfect safety, the shafts on all the big producers being furnished with safety appliances. There will be no more danger attached to this trip than there would be in taking the elevator of a large hotel.
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Article
Info Source From:
Aspen Tribune. Volume: 6 [VI], Issue No. 228
Info Publication Date:
May 23, 1901
Info found on page:
2
Info Title:
Gold Hill Tunnel & Anchorlia Leland Trip Offered
Upon the occasion of the session of Trans-Mississippi Commercial congress, which meets in Cripple Creek July 16-19 inclusive, the mine owners will open the underground workings to the delegates.
graphic for visual presentation of text The Gold Hill tunnel, the mouth of which is within the limits of the city of Cripple Creek, has been offered the committee and it is the plan to permit the freedom of the bore which penetrates Gold Hill 5000 feet, the breast of which is at the eighth level of the Anchoria-Leland.
graphic for visual presentation of text At this point the cage of the mines will lift the delegates to the apex of the hill, from which a splendid view of Cripple Creek and the mountainous country is obtained.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining World. Volume: 10 [X], Issue No. 18
Info Publication Date:
November 21, 1901
Info found on page:
2
Info Title:
Old Anchoria-Leland Shaft Still Working
A a great deal of dead work is being done in the old Anchoria-Leland shaft, but very little ore is being taken out.
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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:
Carey Lease on the Anchoria-Leland Makes Regular Shipments Weekly
Cripple Creek, Colorado.
graphic for visual presentation of textSuccessful Leasing.
graphic for visual presentation of text The Carey lease, on the Anchoria-Leland, situated on Gold hill, is making regular shipments of two to three cars per week. A vein of fair size is being mined west of the shaft on the 400-ft. level; it gives returns of $40 per ton.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 88 [LXXXVIII], Issue No. 23
Info Publication Date:
December 4, 1909
Info found on page:
1138
Info Title:
Anchoria-Leland Lessees Doing Good
Anchoria-Leland—This property is regaining its former prestige from the results of the lessees. Daily shipments are made of $60 ore.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 92 [XCII], Issue No. 21
Info Publication Date:
November 18, 1911
Info found on page:
1008
Info Title:
Anchoria-Leland October Production
Anchoria-Leland—The October production of this Gold Hill mine was 20 cars of dump ore and 10 cars of mine ore. There are seven sets of leasers at work in the mine.
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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press. Volume: 107 [CVII], Issue No. 19
Info Publication Date:
November 8, 1913
Info found on page:
734
Info Title:
Depth of the Anchoria-Leland
Anchoria-Leland, Gold Hill, is now 1200 ft.
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