Adelberg & Raymond.
Manuscripts and Archives Division
Restricted access; Manuscripts and Archives Division; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Collection consists of business correspondence, geologicaland technical reports, and hand-drawn maps from the period1858 to 1875. Bulk of the reports describes surveys in Canada, United States, Mexico, and Cuba for gold, silver, coal, iron, clay, oil, lead, and copper. Other reports concern mining operations, and smelting, roasting and metallurgical techniques. Also, a few personal letters andnewsclippings.
Justus Adelberg was a metallurgist and engineer. Together with Rossiter Worthington Raymond (1840-1918), he formed amining and assaying partnership in New York City in 1864. Raymond became prominent in the developing profession ofmining engineering, serving as editor of the American Journal of Mining, United States Commissioner of Mining Statistics, and secretary of the American Institute of Mining Engineering.
Controlled Access Terms
- Adelberg & Raymond.
- Geological surveys -- Canada.
- Geological surveys -- Cuba.
- Geological surveys -- Mexico.
- Geological surveys -- United States.
- Mines and mineral resources -- United States.
- Mines and mineral resources -- Canada.
- Roasting (Metallurgy)
- Mining engineers.
Additional Creator Names
- Adelberg, Justus.
- Raymond, Rossiter W. (Rossiter Worthington), 1840-1918.