Materials include two of Dornberger's diaries recording his travels to the Alaska, one cabinet photograph, and ephemera related
to mining such as articles of incorporation, mining company pamphlets, a copy of the Nome Gold Digger newspaper, hand-drawn
maps, stock certificates, Wells Fargo bank receipts, mining claims, and Power of Attorney affidavits. Also included is a printout
of genealogical information about Dornberger and a transcription of his diaries by his descendents Betty Dornberger Westby
and Dian Dornberger Murrell.
George Dornberger (1870-1934) was born in Mayfield, Santa Clara, California, and was involved in prospecting in the Yukon
Territory in Alaska in late 1898 and 1899. He eventually settled in Seattle, Washington.
0.42 Linear Feet
(1 flat box)
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