General/Base Info:
St. Patrick
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Info Last updated: 19.09.2016 (13:12:11)
While sadly the paper quality of this photograph is not much to be happy for, as it has some issues when it comes to clarity and what is dark is dark forever as it is not possible to lighten them, it still is one of the very few views I know about showing the St. Patrick shaft house. This would be the north and west side of the mine, a typical shaft house structure with the high part and sloped roof and all.
   The street on the right-hand side of the mine would be the fourth street, while the one on the left would be third street. The road junction seen at top near right-hand corner would be where third street cross Lee Avenue.St. Patrict Mine, Cropped From Victor [As Seen From Squaw Mountain]
Photo by: Unknown
My Collection; Photograph; Cropped, and enhanced view of the St. Patrick, from a 1200dpi scan.
Media ID: 143
About center of this view, is the dump ground and former location of the St. Patrick mine in Victor, Colorado, located along south fourth street (on right-hand side), between the Spicer and Lee Avenues.
   This view is cropped from a postcard by Bill Lehr of Victor from Battle Mountain up near the Ajax mine. Photograph date is possible late 1930's or early 1940's. The postcard has a EKC stamp box on the backside, and Google gives info that this is from the 1939-1950 timespan, and as there are still rails seen, with railroad cars, I assume M.T. is still running, making this also fit the late 1930's and very early 1940's timeframe.St. Patrick Shaft Area, Cropped From; City of Victor Colo, Altitude 9747 Ft.
Photo by: William H. Lehr [aka Bill Lehr]
My Collection; Postcards, cropped from a 2400dpi scan.
Media ID: 118
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
297
Type:
Mine
Date Located / Formed:
Location:
Victor Townsite
Location Map Description:
Discovery / Formed by:
    Status:
    Unknown
    Fate details:
    Owned by:
    • Jimmie Doyle
      -> 1897-08-01 [reported As Owners]
    Known claims:
      Location Claim Description:
      Patented Date:
      Mineral Certificate No.:
      0
      General Land Office No.:
      0
      Known Transportation Connection:
        Extra Info/Details [Linked at One Time to the Entity]:
        Vertical Shaft
        Known Producing Info:
        General notes:
        Sadly any claim maps been impossible to dig up so far and this is written summer of 2012. No idea if it ever had a MS number or anything, so far, came up empty in all searches and have gone through every claim map by searching for name "patri" from 1891 to 2012 in date field for Teller County - nothing!! :-(