The Biographical Materials series (0.3 linear feet, 1939-2008) includes family correspondence regarding Potter's intentions for the manuscript of his autobiography, the manuscript
itself, and a timeline of events in Potter's life drafted by his granddaughter (and donor of this collection),
Julia Fairchild. It also includes newspaper clippings about Ocha Potter's life, career and civic engagement, as well as
ephemera related to Potter's involvement with the Copper Country Vacationist League.
Autobiography "60 Years Plus 12" and related correspondence 1939-1965[view item]
Family correspondence 1940-1951
This folder contains correspondence between Ocha Potter and his children and later correspondence among his children, regarding the handling of his autobiographical manuscript and estate. It also contains a biographical timeline of his life created by his granddaughter, Julia Fairchild.
Newspaper Clippings and Ephemera 1898-1954
This folder contains newspaper clippings about Ocha Potter's life and work, both in the field of mining and in service of the Copper Country Vacationist League. It also contains a copy of written remarks delivered by Potter upon his retirement from the Vacationist League.