Maps - Blueprints, N/A
File — Box: 1537, Folder: 46-60
Scope and Contents note
From the Collection: The collection consists of John H. Adams's and his son, John R. Adams's, business correspondence. For the most part the correspondence is typewritten and covers primarily the decade of the 1920s. The elder Adams's outgoing correspondence is about half the size of his incoming correspondence, with much of the latter from J. A. Curtis and C. H. Judkins, businessmen and attorneys at law in Cleveland, Ohio. His son's outgoing business correspondence is about three times the size of his incoming correspondence. The correspondence pertains primarily to their mining interests and their company, O'Neals Lime Works Inc. There is a prominent and unexplained gap in both father and son's business correspondence between 1914 and 1922-23. The collection also includes mineral deposit maps of the Tuscaloosa - Birmingham area and material about the Vulcan statue and Vulcan Park in Birmingham. Miscellaneous items include a limited number of various personal and business bills and receipts, unidentified correspondence, credit and financial reports, abstracts, undated mining notes, and mimeographed reports.
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection. Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Due to the nature of certain archival formats, including digital and audio-visual materials, access to certain materials may require additional advance notice.
From the Collection: 1.2 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Maps included are for Iron ore lands of the Alabama Iron & Steel Company; properties of the Alabama Iron & Mining Company; Blair Coal Company (Tuscaloosa County); Blount County red ore and coal; Cahaba Coal fields and adjacent regions published by the Alabama Geological Survey, 1890; map showing relationship of the Chattanooga Copper Company property to contiguous copper properties of the Ducktown Basin; Cullman County coal; Drill holes of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 Sec. 1 T 20 S.R, 4.4; Friedman & Loveman coal lands located in Warrior Coal Field near Tuscaloosa, bore holes on lands of Freidman & Loveman in Tuscaloosa County; Etowah County red ore; George Brown ore; Soil map of Jefferson County; map of lands in Shelby County; Iron and coal land of the New England Company, the Phoenix Company, and L.S. Colyar in Dade County, Georgia; Layout of stove, lime and products plant for O'Neals Lime Works Inc.; Map of N.E. Alabama, South Tennessee, N.W. Georgia; Doc Gibson brown ore in Talladega County; map of T. 20, 21, R5w-10w near Tuscaloosa and T. 11 and 12 R. 6 and 7; Cypress Creek in Tuscaloosa County; Peterson Tract in Tuscaloosa County; Geological map of Tennessee; map of Walker County, Georgia; property in Warrior Coal field, Alabama; coal lands in Winston County, Alabama.