Finding aid created by: -
|11 May 2010||converted to EAD (MRC)|
Overview of the Collection
|Creator:||Walsh, Thomas F. (Thomas Francis), 1850-1910.|
|Title:||Thomas F. Walsh Papers|
|Quantity:||0.5 linear feet|
|Abstract:||American miner and mining engineer. Collection contains correspondence, chiefly social; autographs; bankbooks; funeral cards; photos; telegrams; and a published address by Walsh.|
|Repository:||Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
Thomas F. Walsh (1850-1910) was an Irish-American miner and philanthropist. After working as a millwright and carpenter in Ireland, he came to the United States and began mining for gold in the Black Hills and Colorado. His eventual discovery of the rich Camp Bird Mine yielded more than $20 million in gold and other minerals. A friend of Presidents McKinley, Roosevelt, and Taft, Walsh also endowed two libraries as well as a research fund at the Colorado School of Mines for the study of radium and other minerals, and contributed to many other social causes both in Ireland and the United States.
A biography of Walsh, Thomas F. Walsh: Progressive Businessman and Colorado Mining Tycoon by John C Stewart, was published in 2007.
The Thomas F. Walsh Papers consists of correspondence, primarily incoming, a few subject files, and one published item.
Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by sender. Subject files are arranged alphabetically.
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Walsh, Thomas F. (Thomas Francis), 1850-1910.
Gold miners -- Colorado.
Gold mines and mining -- Colorado.
Genres and Forms
Preferred citation for this material is as follows:
Thomas F. Walsh Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
Gift of Thomas F. Walsh, 1963.
|Box 1||Balinger, R. A. 1908|
|Box 1||Bartel, G. C. 1909|
|Box 1||Bennett, Charles G. 1918|
|Box 1||Blythswood, Renfrew 1908|
|Box 1||Brind, Miran undated|
|Box 1||Buchtel, Henry 1907|
|Box 1||Burrows, J. C. 1909|
|Box 1||Butler, Michael 1904|
|Box 1||Carpenter, Fred W. 1909|
|Box 1||Cortelyou, George B. 1909|
|Box 1||Corcoran, Thom 1908|
|Box 1||Curtiss, William E. 1902|
|Box 1||Dewey, George 1909|
|Box 1||Executive Chamber of Colorado 1904|
|Box 1||Fairbanks, Chester 1908|
|Box 1||Governor of Ohio 1904|
|Box 1||Grant, Frederick 1909|
|Box 1||Hay, Clara S. 1903|
|Box 1||Hay, John 1902|
|Box 1||Houston, Samuel 1914|
|Box 1||Loeb, William Jr. 1908|
|Box 1||Louise 1910|
|Box 1||McCrey 1908|
|Box 1||Maenagh, Franklin 1909|
|Box 1||McLanahan & Burton 1919|
|Box 1||Miller, Anne Jean 1909|
|Box 1||Petherick 1910|
|Box 1||Skinner, James 1909|
|Box 1||Smith, Maggie 1910|
|Box 1||Stockquart, Emile 1908|
|Box 1||Sherman, J. S. 1909|
|Box 1||Taft, William Howard 1908|
|Box 1||Vandike, Henry undated|
|Box 1||Walsh, Winifred 1910|
|Box 1||Walsh, Blanch 1901|
|Box 1||Walsh, Catharine 1910|
|Box 1||Walsh, Sister Mary Borgia 1909|
|Box 1||Waddinfor, Hing 1904|
|Box 1||Wallace, — undated|
|Box 1||Warren 1909|
|Box 1||War Department undated|
|Box 1||Outgoing correspondence, from Thomas F. Walsh 1909|
|Box 1||Bank books|
|Box 1||Club lists|
|Box 1||Design for stamps|
|Box 1||Funeral cards|
|Box 1||Pass to International Exposition, Paris|
|Box 1||Address by Thomas F. Walsh|