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Collection M 175:
Digital images of Union Carbide
western Colorado maps

 ©2008  by Fort Lewis College Foundation, Center of Southwest Studies account

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Item-level descriptions of all of the Union Carbide maps

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Use note: these items are preserved for the use of researchers who have a need for using them in the course of scholarly research.  The original items may be used under the supervision of the archival / library staff of the Center of Southwest Studies.  We have provided digital image access to all of the selected maps; please follow the hyperlinks below to view those images.  The digital images are protected by copyright and are provided here solely for research use and personal enjoyment.

Descriptive list of the digitized uranium mine maps, and links to online images

Listed in approximate chronological order.  You may view a smaller version or a larger version of each map.

Title Description

Date(s) on map

Link to online digital access images
Uravan Mineral Belt map, Southeastern Utah and Southwestern Colorado by Union Carbide Corporation
Scale: 1”=9000’  (1" = 1.7 miles)
Map dimensions: 44" x 36"
Note: collection has 2 copies of this item.
undated http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu/finding_aids/images/M175/M175UravanMineralBelt1.htm
Burro Canyon Mines map
(A-714-0) (map 1 of 2)
by Union Carbide Nuclear Company
Scale: 1”=100’     
Map dimensions: 29 x 39"
1964-07-01 http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu/finding_aids/images/M175/M175Burro1.htm
Burro Canyon Mines map
(A-714-0) (map 2 of 2)
by Union Carbide Nuclear Company
Scale: 1”=100’     
Map dimensions: 27 x 44"
1964-07-01 http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu/finding_aids/images/M175/M175Burro1.htm
Butterfly (229,  2-1B) map
“Drawer 13, Map No. 14A”
by Vanadium Corporation of America Butterfly;
Claim and workings with D. D. Holes
Scale: 1”=40’     
Map dimensions: 29.5 x 42"
1964-09-28 http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu/finding_aids/images/M175/M175Butter1.htm
Bigler-Deremo Mine map
(Egnar, Colo.; Dove Creek District)
by Union Carbide Corporation
Scale: 1”=200’     
Map dimensions: 30" x 39"
Deremo map
(Uravan, Colo.)
by Union Carbide Corporation
Scale: 1”=200’     
Map dimensions:
Deremo Mine,
Depletions Unit map
by Union Carbide Corporation
Scale: 1”=200’ 
Map dimensions: 76" x 43"
undated http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu/finding_aids/images/M175/M175Deremo1.htm
Deremo Mine (GA-003) map
(Egnar, Colo.)
by Union Carbide Corporation
Scale: 1”=200’ 
Map dimensions: 31" x 42"
1982-05-20 http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu/finding_aids/images/M175/M175Deremo2.htm
Wilson & Silver Bell map,
checked and updated
by Union Carbide Corporation
Scale: 1”=200’ 
Map dimensions: 36" x 58.5"
1984-07-09 http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu/finding_aids/images/M175/M175WilsonSilverBell2.htm
Wilson Silver Bell  surface plant detail map by Union Carbide Corporation, Mining and Metals Division,
R. L. Riley, cartographer
Scale: 1”=200’ 
Map dimensions: 30" x 60"
1977-06-08 http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu/finding_aids/images/M175/M175WilsonSilverBell1.htm

Doing your own research: This description of a portion of the collections at the Fort Lewis College Center of Southwest Studies is provided to inform interested parties about the nature and depth of the repository's collections.  It cannot serve as a substitute for a visit to the repository for those with substantial research interests in the collections.

These collections are located at the Center of Southwest Studies on the campus of Fort Lewis College.  Researchers wanting more information about using this material at the Center may email the archivist at archives@fortlewis.edu or click here to use our E-mail Reference Request Form (or phone the archivist at 970/247-7126).  The Center does not have a budget for outgoing long-distance phone calls to answer reference requests, so please email if you wish to receive a response from the Center.  To request reproductions of any of these images, click here for instructions.


Page last modified: February 22, 2008