|Company||St. Nicholas Zinc Company|
|Certificate Type||Capital Stock|
|Date Issued||August 2, 1917|
11" (w) by 8 1/2" (h)
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The St. Nicholas Zinc Company was incorporated in Delaware in 1916, but operated a mine in New York's Shawangunk Mountains.
The company took over an existing (but non-working) mine between Summitville and Mamakating, Sullivan County, in 1917 and attempted to tap into the regions known zinc reserves. The nearby Ellenville Zinc Company already had experience some success in the region. In total, the company owned just over a 1,000 acres in the area.
However, the company was never able to effectively produce profitable quantities, and by 1920, the mine was effectively dead.
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