REPORT ON THE PROPERTY
TINTIC GOLD MINING COMPANY
TINTIC MINING DISTRICT
J. J. BEESON.
Salt Lake City, Utah,
March 24, 1939.
MAP OF CENTRAL PART OF TINTIC MINING DISTRICT, UTAH.
Showing Location of Property of
TINTIC GOLD MINING CO.
Also approximate Position of
Known Ore Channels
In accordance with an agreement entered into between the Tintic Gold Mining Company and myself on January
27, 1939, I have examined the accessible part of the property and present herewith my findings and conclusions.
My examination at the mine consisted of seven days of geologic mapping and study in the underground workings.
The geology was mapped on the several levels down to and including the 600 level. Below the 600 level the
workings are inaccessible due to the timbering in the shaft. Also much of my time for the past month has been
used to study such reliable information as I have been able to secure from the Company, from adjoining or
nearby properties, and from the reports and maps of the U. S. Geological Survey.
My report is essentially on the geology of the Tintic Gold Property and it does not go into the corporate structure
or financial position of the Company. Some general information is given on subjects outside the geologic field for
the sake of completeness.
2. LOCATION, CLAIMS AND AREA.
The property of the Tintic Gold Mining Company is located in the central part of the Tintic Mining District. The
northern boundary is a little over a mile south of Eureka, while the southern end extends to the town of
The property owned by the Company consists of the Diamond, Ruby and Emerald patented mining claims, with a
total area of about 45 acres. These claims cover an area 3000 feet in length, north and south, and from 550 to
900 feet in width. On the west and south the claims adjoin the Empire Mines property of the International
Smelting Company, while on the north and east they ad