AIME PUBLICATIONS (MOSTLY TRANSACTIONS SERIES)

#6 (1879)  rebound in cloth, some external wear, contents vg. Diverse contents include: HYDRAULIC MINING IN CALIFORNIA; THE LATE OPERATIONS ON THE MARIPOSA ESTATE; NOTES ON THE SALISBURY CONNECTICUT IRON MINES AND WORKS; THE MESOZOIC FORMATIONS OF VIRGINIA (Heinrich’s classic paper, complete with folding sections); COPPER MINING ON LAKE SUPERIOR; THE ORE DEPOSITS OF EUREKA DISTRICT, EASTERN NEVADA and more. Rare.                                    Price: $200.00                       (stock#AIMEV6)

#13  (1884-1885) rebound in buckrum, ex-lib, vg, 806 pp. Diverse contents include: NOTES ON TANALITE AND OTHER MINERALS ACCOMPANYING TIN ORES OF THE BLACK HILLS (By Schaeffer, pp. 231-232); GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE RIO GRANDE REGION OF TEXAS AND COAHUILA (By Schmitz, pp. 388-404); THE IRON MINES AT PUTNUM NEW YORK (By Wendt, pp. 478-488); QUICKSILVER REDUCTION AT NEW ALMADEN (By Christy, pp. 547-584); NOTES ON THE TREATMENT OF NICKEL-COBALT MATTES AT MINE LA MOTTE (By Neill, pp. 634-638); THE COST OF MINING AND MILLING GOLD ORES IN NOVA SCOTIA (By Pierce, pp. 659-669); TIN ORE VIENS OF THE BLACK HILLS OF DAKOTA (By Blake, pp. 696)  and more.

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#17  (1888-1889) original binding with tear to spine, period signature dated 1889 else contents vg, 857 pp., plts, figs. Reports include: THE LOSSES IN ROASTING GOLD ORES AND THE VOLATILITY OF GOLD (By Christy, pp. 3-44); NOTES ON THE GEOLOGY AND SOME OF THE MINES OF ASPEN MOUNTAIN, PITKIN COUNTY COLORADO (By Heinrich, pp. 156-205); THE MINERALS OF ONTARIO AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT (By Merritt, pp. 293-299); THE COPPER DEPOSITS OF COPPER BASIN, ARIZONA AND THEIR ORIGIN (pp. By Blake, pp. 479-484); GOLD MILLING IN THE BLACK HILLS (By Hoffman, pp. 498-541); ORE DEPOSITS OF THE BLACK HILLS OF DAKOTA (By Carpenter, pp. 570-599); THE OCCURRENCE AND TREATMENT OF ARGENTIFEROUS MANGANESE ORES OF TOMBSTONE DISTRICT ARIZONA (By Goodale, pp. 767-777), and more.

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#25  (1895) original binding, spine cover loose, wear to edges of boards, contents vg, 1068 pp., plts, figs. Contents include THE NOMENCLATURE OF ZINC ORES (By Ingalls, pp. 17-18); GEOLOGICAL SKETCH OF FLORIDA (By Cox, pp. 28-35); THE WHITE PHOSPHATES OF TENNESSEE (By Hayes, pp. 19-27); NORTH CAROLINA MONAZITE (By Nitze, pp. 40-42); MILLING ARIZONA GOLD ORES WITH A COLORADO STAMP MILL (By Morse, pp. 130-136); THE LIXIVATION OF SILVER ORES BY THE RUSSELL PROCESS AT ASPEN COLORADO (By Morse, pp. 137-145); THE DUCKTOWN ORE DEPOSITS AND THE TREATMENT OF DUCKTOWN COPPER ORES (By Henrich, pp. 173-244); A SECTON OF RICH PATCH MOUNTAIN AT IRON GATE, VA (By Schmitz, pp. 477-480); CHROME IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIA REGION (By Glenn, pp. 481-498); THE GOLD REGIONS OF GEORGIA AND ALABAMA (By Brewer, pp. 569-586); THE GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF THE WESTERN PART OF THE VERMILLION RANGE, MINNESOTA (By Smyth and Finlay, pp. 595-644); THE PRESENT CONDITION OF GOLD MINING IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN STATES (By Nitze and Wilkens, pp. 661-775); THE MONAZITE DISTRICTS OF NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA (By Mezger, pp. 822-825); CORONDUM OF THE APPALACHIAN CRYSTALLINE BELT (By Lewis, pp. 852-905); GOLD MILLING IN THE BLACK HILLS AND AT GRASSY VALLEY CALIFORNIA (By Rickard, pp. 906-928), and much more.   Price: $100.00      (stock#AIMEV25)

#27  (1897) original binding, light wear, vg, 1031 pp., plts, figs. Diverse contents include: THE GEOLOGY OF THE MAGNETITE NEAR PORT HENRY NEW YORK (By Kemp, pp. 146-203); NOTES ON THE NORTHERN BLACK HILLS OF SOUTH DAKOTA (By Frazer, pp. 204-230); THE CHICAGO MAIN DRAINAGE TUNNEL (By Lewis, pp. 288-332); THE DEVELOPMENT OF LAKE SUPERIOR IRON ORES (By Bacon, pp. 341-343); METHODS OF IRON MINING IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA (By Denton, pp. 344-389); THE POTSDAM GOLD ORES OF THE BLACK HILLS OF SOUTH DAKOTA (By Smith, pp. 404-427); THE MARQUETTE RANGE- ITS DISCOVERY, DEVELOP-MENT AND RESOUROCES (By Jopling, pp. 541-555); THE GENESIS OF CERTAIN AURIFEROUS LODES (By Don, pp. 564-668); THE ORIGIN AND MODE OF OCCURRENCE OF THE LAKE SUPERIOR COPPER DEPOSITS (By Wadsworth, pp. 669-695), and more.                                                           Price: $50.00                  (stock#AIMEV27)

#28  (1898) rebound in cloth, contents vg, 949 pp., plts, figs. Includes scores of reports, some of which are: GEOLOGICAL EXCURSION THROUGH SOUTHERN RUSSIA (By Emmons, pp. 3-23); KOTCHKAR GOLD MINES, URAL MOUNTAINS, RUSSIA (Nitze and Purington, pp. 23-32); MINING DISTRICTS OF COLOMBIA (By Granger and Treville, pp. 33-87); NOTES ON THE VEIN FORMATION AND MINING OF GILPIN COUNTY, COLORADO (By Rickard, pp. 108-126); MANGANESE ORE INDUSTRY OF THE CAUCASUS (By Drake (pp. 191-207); NOTES ON THE GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF THE CAUCASUS RANGE ALONG THE GEORGIA MILITARY ROAD (By Frazer, pp. 289-292); NOTE ON THE COST OF TUNNELING AT THE MELONES MINE, CALAVERAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA (By Ralston, pp. 547-552; MILL PRACTICE OF THE UTICA MILLS, CALAVERAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA (By Loring, pp. 553-564); NOTES ON THE OPERATION OF A LIGHT MINERAL RAILROAD (By Douglas, pp. 600-603).                                                                                   Price: $50.00                  (stock#AIMEV28)

#30  (1900) rebound in cloth, contents vg, 1157 pp., plts, figs. Contains diverse papers including: SOME PRINCIPLES CONTROLLING THE DEPOSITION OF ORES (By Van Hise, pp. 27-176); THE SECONDARY ENRICH-MENT OF ORE DEPOSITS (By Emmons, pp. 177-216); A PECULIAR CLASTIC DIKE NEAR OURAY COLORADO AND ITS ASSOCIATED DEPOSIT OF SILVER ORE (By Ransome, pp. 227-235); SOME NOTES ON THE NOME GOLD REGION OF ALASKA (By Schrader and Brooks, pp. 236-248); NOTES ON THE GOLD MINES OF ZARUMA ECUADOR (By Finlay, pp. 248-260); GOLD ORES OF THE BLACK HILLS SOUTH DAKOTA (By Chance, pp. 278-284); THE CRIPPLE CREEK VOLCANO (By Rickard, pp. 367-402); AN EXAMINATION OF THE ORES OF THE REPUBLIC GOLD MINE WASHINGTON (By Chatard and Whitehead, pp. 419-423); THE ENRICHMENT OF GOLD AND SILVER VEINS (By Weed, pp. 424-448); TYPES OF COPPER DEPOSITS IN THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES (By Weed, pp. 449-503); THE GEOLOGY AND VEIN PHENOMENA OF ARIZONA (By Comstock, pp. 1038-1104), and more. Scarce.                                                                        Price: $60.00                 (stock#AIMEV30)

#31  (1901) original binding, light+ external wear, contents vg, 1080 pp., plts, figs. Includes scores of Reports, some of which are: NOTES ON MINE SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MR. DUNBAR D. SCOTT’S PAPER ON THEIR EVOLUTION (By Hoskold, pp. 25-55, followed by 2 other papers on same topic); FORMATION OF BONANZAS IN THE UPPER PORTIONS OF GOLD VEINS (By Rickard, pp. 198-219); DEPOSITS OF COPPER ORES AT DUCKTOWN, TENNESSEE (By Kemp, pp. 244-264); MISSOURI AND ARKANSAS ZINC MINES AT THE CLOSE OF 1900 (By Hedburt, pp. 379-404); HISTORY AND CONDITIONS OF MINING IN THE RICHMOND COAL BASIN, VIRGINIA (By Woodworth, pp. 477-483); ZINC AND LEAD DEPOSITS OF NORTH ARKANSAS (By Banner, pp. 572-602); NOTES ON THE PIGHOLUGAN AND PAGTAO GOLD REGIONS, ISLAND OF MINDANAO, PHILLIPINE ISLANDS (By Nichols, pp. 611-616); DELAMAR AND HORN SILVER MINES: TWO TYPES OF ORE DEPOSITS IN THE DESERTS OF NEVADA AND UTAH (By Emmons, pp. 658-682); NOTES ON THE GEOLOGY OF SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA (By Dumble, pp. 696-715), and more.

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#33  (1902) original binding, light+ external wear, contents vg, 1120 pp,, plts, figs. Contains diverse papers including: THE TOMBSTONE ARIZONA MINING DISTRICT (By Church, pp. 3-37);GOLD MINING IN MCDUFFLE COUNTY GEORGIA (By Fluker, pp. 119-124); THE METALLURGY OF TITANIUM (By Rossi, A. J. pp. 179-196); THE MINING INDUSTRY OF THE COEUR D'ALENES, IDAHO (By Finlay, pp. 235-271); NOTES ON BRAZILIAN GOLD ORES (By Derby, pp. 282-287); THE GOLD FIELD OF THE STATE OF MINAS GERAES BRAZIL (By Scott, pp. 406-444); THE CAMP BIRD MINE OURAY COLORADO AND THE MINING AND MILLING OF THE ORE (By Purington et al., pp. 499-550); THE LODES OF CRIPPLE CREEK (By Rickard, pp. 578-618); BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF CLARENCE KING (By Raymond, pp. 619-649); BASALTIC ZONES AS GUIDES TO ORE DEPOSITS IN THE CRIPPLE CREEK DISTRICT (By Stevens, pp. 686-698); GEOLOGY OF SOUTHWESTERN TEXAS (By Dumble, pp. 913-987) and more.                                                                                    Price: $50.00                 (stock#AIMEV33)

#34  (1903) original binding, light+ external wear, contents vg, 1029 pp., plts, figs. Includes scores of reports, some of which are: ORE DEPOSITS OF SUDBURY, ONTARIO (By Dickson, pp. 3-67); ZINC AND LEAD DEPOSITS OF NORTHERN ARKANSAS (By Adams, pp. 163-174); GEOLOGICAL RELATIONS OF THE MANGANESE ORE DEPOSITS OF GEORGIA (By Watson, pp. 207-253); NOTES ON THE METALLURGY OF COPPER OF MONTANA (By Hoffman, pp. 258-316); TREADWELL GROUP OF MINES, DOUGLAS ISLAND, ALASKA (By Kinzie, pp. 334-

386); OBSERVATIONS ON MOTHER LODE GOLD DEPOSITS, CALIFORNIA (By Prichard, pp. 454-466); METALLURGY OF THE HOMESTAKE ORE (By Merrill, pp. 585-598); THE GEOLOGY AND COPPER DEPOSITS OF BISBEE ARIZONA (By Ransome, pp. 618-642); THE YELLOW OCHER DEPOSITS OF THE CARTERSVILLE DISTRICT BARTOW COUNTY GEORGIA (By Watson, pp. 643-665); NOTES ON CONTACT METAMORPHIC DEPOSITS IN THE SIERRA NEVADA MOUNTAINS (By Turner, pp. 666-667); TOMBSTONE AND ITS MINES (By Blake, pp. 668-670) and more.                                                                        Price: $50.00                (stock#AIMEV34)


#35  (1904) boards loose, spine cover lacking, contents of vol. vg, 1086 pp., plts, figs. Includes scores of Reports, some of which are: MINERAL DEPOSITS OF  SANTIAGO, CUBA (By Souder, pp. 308-321; SULPHIDE SMELTING AT THE NATIONAL SMELTER OF THE HORSESHOE MINING COMPANY, RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA (By Fulton and Knutzen, pp. 326-337); ORIGIN OF THE MAGNETIC IRON ORES OF IRON COUNTY, UTAH (By Jennings, pp. 338-341); GENESIS OF THE COPPER DEPOSITS OF CLIFTON–MORENCI, ARIZONA (By Lindgren, pp. 511-549); NOTES ON THE GOLD DISTRICT OF CANUTILLO, CHILE (By Loran, pp. 696-710); GOLD MINES OF THE SAN PEDRO DISTRICT, CERRO DE SAN PEDRO, STATE OF SAN LUIS POTOSI, MEXICO (By Laird, pp. 858-878); TAVICHE MINING DISTRICT NEAR OCOTLAN, STATE OF OAXACA, MEXICO (By Chance, pp. 886-892), and more.                                                                                   Price: $50.00                (stock#AIMEV35)

#36  (1905) original binding light wear, vg, 873 pp., plts, figs. Contains diverse papers including: THE OCCURRENCE OF STIBNITE AT STEAMBOAT SPRINGS NEVADA (By Lindgren, pp. 27-30); FEATURES OF THE OCCURRENCE OF ORE AT RED MOUNTAIN, OURAY COUNTY COLORADO (By Schwarz, pp. 31-38); A SUMMARY OF LAKE SUPERIOR GEOLOGY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO RECENT STUDIES OF THE IRON-BEARING SERIES (By Leith, pp. 101-153); CYNADING SILVER-GOLD ORES OF THE PALMAREJO MINE, CHIHUAHUA MEXICO (By Oxnam, pp. 234-287); GENETIC RELATIONS OF WESTERN NEVADA ORES (By Spurr, pp. 372-402); GENESIS OF THE ORE DEPOSITS AT BINGHAM UTAH (By Boutwell, pp. 541-580); LEAD AND ZINC DEPOSITS OF THE VIRGINIA-TENNESSEE REGION (By Watson, pp. 681-740) and more. 

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#37  (1906) original binding light wear, vg, 954 pp., plts, figs. Diverse contents include: THE AMALMAGATION OF GOLD ORES (By Read, pp. 56-84); THE GEOLOGY AND PETROLOGY OF THE GOLDFIELD MINING DISTRICT, NEVADA (By Hastings and Berkey, pp. 140-159); THE MOJAVE MINING DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA (By Bateson, pp. 160-177); NOTES ON SOUTHERN NEVADA AND INYO COUNTY CALIFORNIA (By Taft, pp. 178-185); THE ANCIENT COPPER MINES OF LAKE SUPERIOR (By Wood, pp. 288-296); THE MINING, PREPERATION AND SMELTING OF VIRGINIA ZINC ORES (By Watson, pp. 304-318); and more.                       

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#39  (1908) original binding light wear, vg, 949 pp., plts, figs. Contains diverse papers including: PRIMARY GOLD IN A COLORADO GRANITE (By Hastings, pp. 97-103); ORIGIN OF PEGMATITE (By Hastings, pp. 104-128); GENESIS OF THE LAKE VALLEY NEW MEXICO SILVER DEPOSITS (By Keyes, pp. 139-168); DIAMONDS IN ARKANSAS (By Kunz and Washington, pp. 169-176); THE SILVER MINES OF MEXICO (By Bordeux, pp. 357-368); GOLD DREDGING ON THE CHOCO RIVERS, REPUBLIC OF COLUMBIA, SOUTH AMERICA (By Granger, pp. 392-418); THE TREATMENT OF GOLD ORES OF HOG MOUNTAIN ALABAMA (By Aldrich, pp. 578-583), and more.                                                                                                                    Price: $50.00               (stock#AIMEV39)

#40  (1910) original binding light wear, vg, 946 pp., diverse contents include: THE CLINTON IRON ORE DEPOSITS IN ALABAMA (By Burchard, pp. 75-133); THE CLINTON IRON ORE DEPOSITS IN STOSE VALLEY, HUNTINGDON COUNTY, PA (By Rutledge, pp. 134-164); THE CLINTON IRON ORE DEPOSITS IN NEW YORK STATE (By Newland, pp. 165-183); MONAZITE AND MONAZITE MINING IN NORTH CAROLINA (By Pratt and Sterrett, pp. 313-340); THE GEOLOGY, MINING AND PREPARATION OF BARITE IN WASHINGTON COUNTY MISSOURI (By Steel, pp. 711-742) and more.                                                  Price: $50.00               (stock#AIMEV40)

#41  (1910) original binding light wear, vg, 950 pp., plts, figs. Diverse contents include: VENTILATING SYSTEM AT THE COMSTOCK MINE’S NEVADA (By Young, pp.  3-57); THE GENESIS OF THE LEADVILLE ORE DEPOSITS (By Boehmer, pp. 162-165); THE GOLD FIELDS OF FRENCH GUIANA AND THE NEW METHOD OF DREDGING (By Bourdeux, pp. 567-593); PYRITIC SMELTING IN LEADVILLE (By Doolittle and Jarvis, pp. 709-722); DRY WASHING FOR PLACER GOLD IN SONORA MEXICO (By Richards, pp. 797-802); and more.         

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#42  (1911) original binding light wear, vg, 950 pp., plts, figs. Includes scores of Reports with many on Cuba, some of which are: IRON ORE DEPOSITS OF THE  MOA DISTRICT, ORIENTE PROVINCE, CUBA; ORIGIN OF THE IRON ORES OF CENTRAL AND NORTHEASTERN CUBA; OCCURRENCE, ORIGIN, AND CHARACTER OF THE SURFICIAL IRON ORES OF CAMAGUEY AND ORIENTE PROVINCES, CUBA; MAYARI AND MOA IRON-ORE DEPOSITS IN CUBA; CHARACTERISTICS AND ORIGIN OF THE BROWN IRON ORES OF CAMAGUEY AND MOA, CUBA; EXPLORATION OF CUBAN IRON ORE DEPOSITS; MINING COSTS AT PARK CITY, UTAH; GEOLOGY OF THE COBALT DISTRICT, ONTARIO, CANADA; NOTES ON HUNTINGTON MILLS IN NICARAGUA; NEWPORT IRON MINE; NOTES ON THE LIBERTY BELL MINE, COLORADO; GOLD PRODUCTION IN CALIFORNIA; PRESENT DAY PROBLEMS IN CALIFORNIA GOLD DREDGING, and more.                 Price: $50.00              (stock#AIMEV42)

#43  (1913) original binding light wear, vg, 544 pp., plts, figs. Diverse contents include: THE SULPHIDE ORES OF COPPER. SOME RESULTS OF MICROSCOPIC STUDY (By Graton and Murdoch, pp. 26-93); THE ELK CITY MINING DISTRICT IDAHO COUNTY IDAHO (By Flagg, pp. 113-122); THE LONDON MINE, MOSQUITO MINING DISTRICT PARK COUNTY COLO. (By Moore, pp. 239-250); and more.      Price: $40.00              (stock#AIMEV43)

#44  (1912) original binding light wear, vg, 909 pp., plts, figs. Includes scores of reports, some of which are: IRON ORES OF THE SOUTH RANGE OF THE CUYUNA  DISTRICT, MINNESOTA (By Zapffe and Barrows, pp. 3-13); TITANIFEROUS IRON ORE DEPOSIT IN BOULDER COUNTY, COLORADO (By Jennings, pp. 14-25); CLINTON IRON ORE DEPOSITS IN KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE (By Whinery, pp. 25-26); ST. HELEN’S MINING DISTRICT, SKAMANIA COUNTY, WASHINGTON (By Winchell, pp. 580-587); OCCURRENCE OF GOLD IN THE EOCENE DEPOSITS OF TEXAS (By Dumble, pp. 588-591); PRESENT CONDITIONS OF  MINING IN THE DISTRICT OF VLADIVOSTOK, SIBERIA (By Bordeux, pp. 592-602); THE SAMPLING OF GOLD BULLION (By Dewey, pp. 853-882), and more.                                                                        Price: $40.00             (stock#AIMEV44)

#45  (1914) original binding light wear, vg, includes scores of Reports, some of which are: INDIA MICA INDUSTRY; ELK CITY MINING DISTRICT, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO; FIRE CLAY DEPOSITS OF CANADA; ELECTRIC POWER INSTALLATION AT EL TIGRE, SONORA, MEXICO; HARDINGE CONICAL MILL; LONDON MINE, MOSQUITO MINING DISTRICT, PARK COUNTY, COLORADO; PLANT FOR HADFIELD METHOD OF PRODUCING SOUND STEEL INGOTS.                                                               Price: $40.00            (stock#AIMEV45)

#46  (1914) original binding, ex-lib, tear to top of spine else contents vg, 970 pp., plts, figs. Commonly known as the "Butte volume" for its many papers and reports on the Butte Mining District and copper-related metallurgy where that year's AIME meeting was held.                                                        Price: $125.00           (stock#AIMEV46)

#47  (1913) original binding, ex-lib, vg, 788 pp. Contents diverse and focused on mostly technical metallurgy processes, phenomena and topics.                                                                    Price: $40.00            (stock#AIMEV47)

#48  (1914) original binding light wear, vg, 753 pp., plts, figs. Diverse contents include: MINING AND MINING METHODS IN THE SOUTHEAST MISSOURI DISSEMINATED LEAD DISTRICT (By Guess, pp. 33-54); THE GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE BULLY HILL MINING DISTRICT CALIFORNIA (By Boyle, pp. 67-117); THE ORIGIN OF “GARNET ZONES” AND ASSOCIATED ORE DEPOSITS (By Lindgren, pp. 201-208); and much on mining laws and proposals/discussions to change them.                                Price: $40.00            (stock#AIMEV48)

#49  (1914)  original binding, nicks to rear board, contents with light wear, vg, 853 pp., plts, figs. Includes: THE MILL AND MINING PRACTICE OF THE  NIPISSING MINING CO., LTD., COBALT, ONTARIO, CANADA (By Clevenger, pp. 156-182); PLAYA PANNING ON THE CAUCA RIVER (By Ward, pp. 198-201); ANCIENT AURI-FEROUS GRAVEL CHANNELS OF SIERRA COUNTY CALIFORNIA (By Alling, pp. 238-257); THE DRUMLUMMON MINE, MARYVILLE MONTANA (By Goodale, pp. 258-283); COPPER ORES OF THE NEW LONDON MINE (By Butler and McCaskey, pp. 284-291); MINING METHODS AT THE COPPER QUEEN MINES (By Hodgson, pp. 316-327); LEAD SMELTING AT EAST HELENA (BY Newhouse, pp. 525-531); THE AJO COPPER MINING DISTRICT (By Joralemon pp. 593-609); and more.                                           Price: $50.00            (stock#AIMEV49)

#52  (1915) original binding, light wear, vg, 987 pp., plts, figs. Diverse contents include: NOTES ON HOMESTAKE METALLURGY (By Clark, pp. 3-23); THE TONOPAH PLANT OF THE BELMONT MINING CO.(By Jones, pp. 95-122); UNDERGROUND MINING SYSTEMS OF RAY CONSOLIDATED COPPER COMPANY (By Blackner, pp. 381-422); MINING CONDITIONS ON THE WITWATERSRAND (By Honnold, pp. 423-443); THE OCCURRENCE OF COVELLITE AT BUTTE MONTANA (By Thomspon, pp. 563-603); GEOLOGY OF THE BURRO MOUNTAINS COPPER DISTRICT, NEW MEXICO (By Somers, pp. 604-644); and more.                                            

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#53  (1915-1916) original binding, light wear, vg, 693 pp., figs. Diverse contents mostly focus on iron deposits and include THE GEOLOGY OF IRON ORE DEPOSITS IN AND NEAR DAIQUIRI CUBA (By Kemp, pp. 3-39); THE IRON ORE DEPOSITS OF DIAQUIRI CUBA (By Lindgren and Ross, pp. 40-66); THE GENESIS AND RELATIONS OF THE DAIQUIRI AND FIRMEZA IRON ORE DEPOSITS CUBA (By Singewald and Miller, pp. 67-74); and more reports on iron ore districts in Spain, the Philippines, on extraction and smelting processes.   

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#55  (1916) original binding, some external wear, ex-lib, contents vg, 983 pp., plts, figs. Diverse contents include: THE COMPOSITION OF THE ROCK GAS OF THE CRIPPLE CREEK MINING DISTRICT COLORADO (By Burrell and Gauger, pp. 67-89); STOPING IN THE CALUMET AND ARIZONA MINES, BISBEE, ARIZ. (By Wilson, pp. 118-136); STOPING METHODS OF MIAMI COPPER CO. (By Scott, pp. 137-153); THE TOP METHOD OF BLOCK SLICING AT THE MIAMI COPPER CO. (By Deane, p. 240-244); GEOLOGY OF THE WARREN MINING DISTRICT [Bisbee, AZ] (By Bonillas et al., pp. 284-355); FEATURES OF THE NEW COPPER SMELTING PLANTS IN ARIZONA; GOLD AND SILVER DEPOSITS OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA (By Lindgren, pp. 883-910), THE EMERALD DEPOSITS OF MUZO COLUMBIA (By Pogue, pp. 910-934) and more.  

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#57  (1917) boards loose, vg, 1119 pp. Diverse contents include: THE GENESIS OF ASBESTOS AND ASBESTI-FORM MINERALS (By Taber, pp. 62-98); PORTABLE MINERS LAMPS (By Chance, pp. 198-212); CONCEN-TRATION PRACTICE IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI (By Watt, pp. 322-419); ORE-DRESSING PRACTICE IN THE JOPLIN DISTRICT (By Wright, pp. 442-471); METALLURGY OF LEAD ORES IN THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY (By Garlices, pp. 610-615); THE ZINC ORES OF THE JOPLIN DISTRICT (By Waring, pp. 657-670); ZINC MINING AT FRANKLIN, NEW JERSEY (By Haight and Tillson, pp. 720-829); THE NEW JERSEY ZINC CO.’S FRANKLIN LABORATORY (By Jenkins, pp. 863-867) and more.                                        Price: $75.00            (stock#AIMEV57)

#58  (1917-1918) original binding, some external wear, ex-lib, contents vg, 753 pp., plts, figs. Diverse Contents include: MINING METHODS OF THE AMERICAN ZINC COMPANY OF TENNESSEE (By Coy and Henegar, pp. 36-47); PYRITIC DEPOSITS NEAR ROROS, NORWAY (By Reis and Somers, pp. 244-264; SULPHUR DEPOSITS IN CULBERSON COUNTY, TEXAS (By Phillips, pp. 265-283); ORE DEPOSITS OF THE BOULDER BATHOLITH OF MONTANA (By Billingsley and Grimes, pp. 284-368); GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE OZARK REGION (By Buehler, pp. 389-408); MANGANIFEROUS IRON ORES OF THE CUYUNA DISTRICT, MINNESOTA (By Harder, pp. 453-486), and more.                                                                   Price: $40.00           (stock#AIMEV58)

#59  (1918)  original binding, some wear, corners rubbed through, spine a bit rough, ex-lib, contents vg, 734 pp., plts, figs. Contents diverse and include: GENESIS OF THE SUDBURY NICKEL-COPPER PRES AS INDICATED BY RECENT EXPLORATION (By Roberts and Longyear, pp. 27-67); PYRITE AND PYRRHOTITE RESOURCES OF DUCKTOWN TENNESSEE (By Taylor, pp. 88-92); ORE DEPOSITS OF THE YELLOW PINE MINING DISTRICT CLARK COUNTY NEVADA (By Hale, pp. 93-111); THE WISCONSIN ZINC DISTRICT (By George, pp. 117-150); and much more.                                                                                                              Price: $40.00           (stock#AIMEV59)


#60  (1918-1919) original binding, light wear, vg, 849 pp., plts, figs. Diverse contents include: FIRST YEAR OF LEACHING BY THE NEW CORNELIA COPPER COMPANY (By Tobelmann and Potter, pp. 22-77); ELKO PRINCE MINE AND MILL (By Ross and Dougan, pp. 78-97); ROASTING FOR AMALGAMATING AND CYANIDING CRIPPLE CREEK SULFO-TELLURIDE GOLD ORES (By Blomfield and Trott, pp. 118-133); SYMPOSIUM ON THE CONSERVATION OF TIN (8 papers, pp. 162-197); AUTOMATIC COPPER PLATING (By Richards, pp. 365-370); TWO INSTANCES OF MOBILITY OF GOLD IN SOLID STATE (By Keller, pp. 698-707), and more, especially on aspects of copper metallurgy.                                                                              Price: $40.00           (stock#AIMEV60)

#62  (1918-1919) original binding, light wear, vg, 826 pp., plts, figs. Contains diverse papers focused on iron and steel metallurgy and processes with frontis plate portrait of Andrew Carnegie.  Price: $40.00   (stock#AIMEV62)

#63  (1919-1920) original binding, light wear, vg, 994 pp., plts, figs. Contains several papers on Manganese and Chromite deposits of Cuba, CORRELATION OF FORMATIONS OF HURONIAN GROUP IN MICHIGAN (By Allen, pp. 188-212); WISCONSIN ZINC DISTRICT (By Boericke and Garnett, pp. 213-243); MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE LA SALLE DISTRICT [Illinois] (By Ede, pp. 244-265); ORE DEPOSITS OF THE MOGOLLON DISTRICT (By Scott, pp. 289-310); GEOLOGY AND MINING METHODS AT PILARES MINE [Sonora, Mexico] (By Wade and Wandtke, pp. 382-407); and more.                                                                       Price: $50.00          (stock#AIMEV63)

#64  (1919-1921) original binding, spine cover loose, some external wear, nicks to boards, contents vg, 868 pp., Charles Park’s copy. Contains diverse papers focused on the metallurgy and related processes of copper, aluminium and other metals.                                                                                  Price: $40.00          (stock#AIMEV64)

#66  (1920-1921) original binding, light wear, vg, 871 pp. Contains diverse papers including: GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE JEROME DISTRICT [Arizona] (By Reber, pp. 3-26); GENERAL GEOLOGY OF THE CATORCE MINING DISTRICT [Mexico] (By Baker, pp. 42-48); APPLICATION OF BALL MILLS IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (By Delano and Rabling, pp. 99-116); MINING METHODS AND COSTS AT THE UNITED VERDE MINE [Jerome District, Arizona] (By Smith and Sirdevan, pp. 127-181); STANDARDIZING BY NORTH BUTTE MINING CO. (By Linton, pp. 182-219); and more.                                                                Price: $40.00         (stock#AIMEV66)