The safety posters were designed and printed specifically for the safety department of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Unique by creator and location, the posters are a treasure to the city of But…
Image taken in the Berkeley Mine at the 1500-foot level. Dated on December 8, 1920.
Image of the Green Mountain headframe.
Image of an aerial view of the Berkeley Pit shops.
Image of the Anselmo Mine headframe and hoist building. Dated on July 7, 1937.
Image of the Leonard Mine shaft #1.
Image of the Pennsylvania Mine dump. Note the Belmont Mine and a portion of East Butte in the background.
Image of a group of men working in an unidentified mill.
Image taken at the 2000-foot level of the Leonard Mine of the underground chippy hoist.
Image of the Granite Mountain Mine loading a B.A. & P. Railroad (Butte, Anaconda, and Pacific Railroad) car with copper and silver ore to be taken to the smelter in Anaconda. The mine's waste dump is…
Image taken of various safety posters on a bulletin board in the Leonard Mine yard.
Image of miners going on shift at the Mt. Con Mine.
Image of a shift boss underground as he points out the loose slab of ground to miner. This incident shows the importance of safety practices.
Image of underground miners preparing for a blast.
Image of a car load of mine timber being unloaded at the central timber yard.
Image of the High Ore Mine's precipitation tanks. Here workers are sweeping up copper residue for its ore value. Some of the copper collected here was 100% pure copper.
Image of an interior view of the assay laboratory the Pittsmont Smelter.
Image of the Berkeley Copper Mine adjoining the Tramway on the west side. Both mines were in Meaderville.
Image of the Leonard Mine after competion of the new headframe. Following the close of the Leonard, this headframe was moved to the Kelley Mine.
Image of the precipitation plant and its office, which was located in north Meaderville at the time.