Miners Gallery

 

This is a place to share images of  Bisbee mining company employees through years. If you wish to add a photograph  of an employee , you can email it to.

graemite@hotmail.com

 

Contributors To  Bisbee Miners List

Carolyn J. Sanders

 Veronica Murray

      Mark  Pederson

        Nina Graeme

        Diane Beling

 

Glenn L Allen Shattuck Denn Mill superintendent. Circa 1920

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Keith Coke, Chief Geologist in the lavender pit sitting on blasted timber. Photo taken in April, 1970

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Garland Wolff Circa 1910's

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C.H. Howard working as a mucker underground. Circa 1910's

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Thomas McFeely A hoisting engineer for Copper Queen Consolidated mining Company. Circa 1910's

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Jimmy O'Brien, Ropeshop foreman checking the cable on the Cole main hoist 1964.

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James R Bond miner who worked in the Dallas mine.

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Benjamin Fyhr Machinist/Engineer, C & A M Co 1905-1917

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Dave Beling, Mine Engineer at the Campbell from 1964-1969.

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Melvin Elkins started underground in the Sacramento Mine in 1951. He spent most of his time in the Cole mine as a tool nipper, working until the shutdown. He later went to work at the Douglas Smelter.

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Pumpman John Caretto at the 2966 level Campbell pumps.

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Ropeman Ben Hamrick standing on the cage. Photo taken on the Cole shaft 1450 station.

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Shift boss Keith Lemon on the 2833 level Campbell mine.

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The geologist Gary Dunlop on the 2700 level Junction mine.

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George Washburn worked as a supply clerk in 1920, originally from Montana. Photo circa 1900

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Henry Hernandez worked underground from 1962-1975 and in the 1980's working for Bisbee Salvage & Equipment Company. Better know as "Pelon" spent most of his career as a miner, When the mines closed he ending up working at the Douglas Smelter.

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Bobby (Pete) Oller Started working in the mines at Bagdad, Arizona. He ended up working underground in Bisbee as a miner until the mines shutdown. He also spent time working underground at Dos Cabezas and at the Douglas smelter

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Charles Keeler Started working underground in Bisbee in the 1880's retired in 1950

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John Palomino Started working underground in 1943 working until the mines closed. he finished his career underground as a tool nipper.

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Richard Graeme II Worked as a miner until World War II

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Niels Martin Pederson. Collection Mark Pederson. Used with permission

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