Collection of X-ray diffraction logs collected by the Indiana Geological Survey. Logs are filed by year recorded.
Coal Analysis reports from various coal companies in Indiana; Ayrshire Collieries, AMAX Coal Company, Fossil Fuel Mining, Consolidation Coal Company, with a few additional files from smaller companies.
Hand-drawn drill log cross-sections containing coal around Evansville, Indiana. Each log is labeled with an identification number but otherwise there is no other labeling or identifiers.
Material used to compile the Indiana Geological Survey Bulletin 46: Applied Geology of Industrial Limestone and Dolomite, by Lawrence F Rooney and Donald D Carr, 1971.
Collection of pamphlets, brochures, and informational booklets from the US Department of the Interior, Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Indiana Department of Conservation, Indiana Geological Survey, Illinois Geological Survey, Kentucky Geological Survey, and more. Most are dated but have general information that could still be useful today.
Indiana Geological Survey (IGS) geologist Ned Smith's work maps and information for IGS Guidebook 7; Salem Limestone and Associated Formations in South-Central Indiana, 1954 and IGS Atlas of Mineral Resources of Indiana Maps 8: Map of Bedford-Bloomington Dimension Stone Belt Showing Mills, Quarries, and Outcrop of Salem Limestone, 1956.
Indiana Geological Survey (IGS) Indiana coal quality paper records numbered by year 1954-1989 archived in red binders. These records are available in an electronic format through IGS publication Report of Progress 40, The Indiana Coal Quality Database: The Database and Interactive Map, by Agnieszka Drobniak and Maria Mastalerz, 2012.
Illustrations; photos; Dimension stone operation maps; aerial photos with data point 1946 & 1958; Monroe County maps - Salem Limestone
Maps related to USGS Circular 266: Spencer F.J., 1953, Coal Resources of Indiana; Mylar table of historical coal names; Coal Reserves 1965 multipage table
Work maps at a 7.5-minute quadrangle scale and materials for Special Report 06 publication of the Indiana Geological Survey by Richard L Powell, 1972
Copies of Harold C Hutchison's, Indiana Geological Survey coal geologist, 7.5-minute quadrangle work maps for Indiana
Indiana Geological Survey coal section field notebooks (black set). Contain short descriptions by location. Not much detail in location or information. Mostly likely correlates to a work map or project.
American Metal Climax, Inc. (AMAX) added coal production to its diverse mining, metals, and energy concerns on November 1,1969 through a mutually approved merger with Ayrshire Collieries Corporation of Indiana. Ayrshire boasted a long and productive lineage, originating with the first mines established by Scottish immigrant, David Ingle, in the early 1850s near Evansville, Indiana. The Ayrshire name persisted through subsequent purchases of mine shafts by Electric Shovel Coal Corporation in 1927 and a merger with the Patoka Coal Company in 1939, but was rebranded as AMAX Coal Company on January 1, 1972. It became America's third-largest coal producer by 1975. Drilling records in this collection relate to the company's...
Harold C Hutchison, Indiana Geological Survey coal geologist, collection of project work maps, tables, charts, illustrations, etc. from his tenure at the IGS
ASTM Dimension Stone records collected by Don Carr, Indiana Geological Survey Coal and Industrial Minerals Section Head. Records include test results and committee meeting notes.
Photocopies of mine maps and data sheets with some film of mines used to compile the Indiana Coal Mine Information System (CMIS) which is a publicly accessible online map viewer (dnrmaps.dnr.in.gov/apps/cmis.htm) for historical coal mining information in Indiana.
Harold C Hutchison's, Indiana Geological Survey coal geologist, original 7.5-minute quadrangle work maps for Indiana
Material compiled for Indiana Geological Survey publication Occasional Paper 60: Geologic Framework of the Aquifers of Valparaiso Moraine, by Gordon F Fraser and Ned K Bleuer, 1991.
Material used to compile Indiana Geological Survey Special Report 19: Geology for Environmental Planning in Marion County, Indiana, by Edwin Hartke, Curtis Ault, George Austin, Leroy Becker, Ned Bleuer, William Herring, and Michael Moore, 1980. Materials include: maps, cross sections, USGS 7.5-minute quadrangles, aerial photos and negatives.
This collection consists of county maps showing abandoned sand and gravel pits in Indiana. The maps are organized in alphabetical order Adams through Whitley.