Billhead, 5 ½ x 8 ½,  for Max Alwens Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Wines , etc , Oct 21 1903 Illustration   with text below “ Notary Public, Post Office For All Stages, Electric Telephone station”. Maxton, where the Senator Mine was located. Is often known also as Senator. The Maxton mine, named after Max Alwen, can still be seen today with its ore tracks leading into the mine as you drive the Senator Highway. The Senator gold mine, discovered in the 1860's, supported a community for years albeit without a post office at first. Senator even had its own school. Eventually, like other ghosts, the mines played out and the Senator and Maxton lay at rest. Very scarce to find ephemera from this mining town. Exhibits use and handling, original fold lines, remnants on back where it had been mounted in scrapbook, o/w Good cond. Az166

ARIZONA TERRITORY – MAXTON – MINING GHOST TOWN STORE BILLHEAD - ILLUSTRATED

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