Pauline Canterberry papers

Abstract

The Pauline Canterberry papers (dated 1920s-2012, bulk 1987-2012; 3 cubic feet; 7 boxes, 1 oversized folder) document Pauline Canterberry's and Mary Miller's work to defend Sylvester, West Virginia, from coal dust pollution caused by Massey Energy's Elk Run Facility.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Pauline Canterberry papers
Creator
Canterberry, Pauline
Extent
3 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Coal mines and mining.
Mountaintop removal mining -- Appalachian Region
Environmentalism
Coal mines and mining -- Appalachian Region
Coal mines and mining -- Environmental aspects
Arrangement
The Pauline Canterberry Papers are organized into the following series: Correspondence, Department of Environmental Protection, General Information, Legal information, Maps and Permits, Pauline Canterberry Personal Files, and Photographs.
Finding Aid Author
Carolyne Millsap
Preferred Citation
2014ms0253: [identification of item], Pauline Canterberry papers, 1920s-2012, bulk 1987-2012, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Ethel Pauline Canterberry was born March 10, 1930, in Riley, West Virginia. Except for eleven years in Sarasota, Florida, Pauline lived her entire life in Boone County, WV. She was the daughter of a miner who died of silicosis and the wife of a WWII Veteran and POW, Delbert Canterberry, who also mined coal and died of black lung in 1991.
Pauline and Delbert raised two children, Susan and John. Pauline worked for 16 years managing the Dollar General Store in Whitesville, WV. She attended the Whitesville Baptist Church from the time she was a teenager. Always committed to helping her community, she was a member of the Silver-Haired legislature, a poll worker, and a volunteer for the Red Cross. Pauline was keenly intelligent, indefatigable, and fearless. She also loved to laugh and play jokes and said many times that only through her sense of humor could she survive the stress of activism and of living in the midst of destruction. Neighbor Mary Miller was her partner in activism and in pranks; sometimes these were one and the same, like the time Mary dressed as a turkey stuffed with coal to protest the Massey charity Thanksgiving dinner in Sylvester in 2004.
In 1998, Elk Run Coal, a subsidiary of Massey Energy, enlarged a coal processing plant immediately beside the small town of Sylvester, where Pauline Canterberry and Mary Miller both owned homes. Part of the plant expansion included tearing down the bluff that had been protecting the town from coal dust. Elk Run operated with uncovered belt lines and uncovered coal stockpiles, and soon Sylvester, downwind, was coated in coal dust: homes, businesses, churches, and the elementary school were all affected.
Pauline and Mary Miller began a long fight to protect the property, health, and well-being of Sylvester’s residents. They joined others petitioning the WV DEP (Department of Environmental Protection) and the WV legislature to enforce laws the Elk Run processing plant was violating. Mary and Pauline documented and monitored the dust in Sylvester by taking videos and photographs and by gathering coal dust samples from all over town using Handi-wipes that they carefully labelled and stored. They became known as the Dustbusters.
Lawyer Brian Glasser from the Law Firm of Bailey and Glasser in Charleston agreed to take the Sylvester case. In 2001 the DEP fined Massey Energy for failing to follow safety requirements and handling procedures and ordered them to put a dome over the Elk Run Facility to minimize the coal dust. In 2003, Judge Lee Slagel ruled that Massey Energy had damaged the way of life of the residents of Sylvester and thus must pay damages, all lawyer fees, hire a vacuum sweeper to clean the streets and yards in Sylvester, decrease the number of coal trucks passing through town every day, and install dust monitoring systems. Pauline testified at the trial and rallied many other local people to testify as well.
Following the successful lawsuit, Pauline and Mary continued their activism. They worked doggedly to ensure that Elk Run obeyed the court ruling, and they continued to monitor the dust in the community. They travelled to several states to speak out against mountaintop removal mining and the devastation in the southern West Virginia coalfields. Their trips included appearances at a Massey stockholders’ meeting and at the Office of Surface Mining in Washington, DC. They worked to get the Big Coal River, full of sediment from mining and coal processing, rechanneled to prevent flooding. They monitored streams in the area, fought for the federal Clean Water Protection Act, and worked on the West Virginia Sludge Safety Project. They hosted journalists, photographers, filmmakers, and activists from all over the United States and Europe, and not only gave generously of their time and their knowledge, but also always made people feel welcome.
Her mind sharp to the end, Pauline was tracking and writing letters about the catastrophic Elk Run chemical spill just a few months before her death on May 9, 2014. The dialect in her letters is an important record in its own right. She was an astute and tireless observer of the social, political, economic, and environmental situations in her community and region, and her passion was achieving justice for all West Virginians.
Biographical note written by Anne Pancake.
Scope and Content
The Pauline Canterberry papers (dated 1920s-2012, bulk 1987-2012; 3 cubic feet; 7 boxes, 1 oversized folder) document the work of Pauline Canterberry and Mary Miller to defend Sylvester, West Virginia, from coal dust pollution caused by Massey Energy's Elk Run Facility. The collection contains photographs, copies of the Elk Run safety reports, and copies of Department of Environmental Protection studies on the waterways surrounding Elk Run. The collection also includes topographical maps of the Coal River Valley and the West Virginia mines owned by Massey Energy. Pauline Canterberry kept copies of mining permits and permit changes for the Elk Run Facility. The Correspondence series contains letters to and from Pauline as well as emails forwarded to her. The saved emails cover various topics including: local news about Massey Energy and Elk Run, organizing protests against the coal companies, organizing presentations and discussions about mountaintop removal mining. The Department of Environmental Protection series contains numerous permits and notices of permit change requests sent to the DEP from 1987-2013. The series also contains treatment plant logs and health and safety reports from the Elk Run Facility from 1994-2004. The Legal Information series contains letters and notes from lawyer Brian Glasser who represented the people of Sylvester against Massey Energy. This series also contains copies of reports used in the civil suit. The series Maps and Permits contains topographic maps of Coal River Valley, permit maps, and permit requests by Elk Run. The General Information series contains correspondence between members of the Coal River Mountain Watch, information from the Metro-Area Agency on Aging, newsletters and saved articles on coal mining and mountaintop removal, and binder presentations on the damage that Elk Run Facility and Massey Energy caused to neighboring towns. Pauline kept artifacts from the Coal River Mountain Watch including a chunk of coal, a dated plastic bottle used to collect sludge water for testing, paper towels used to wipe coal dust from the inside and outside of the house, and a paper fan. The Photographs series contains many photographs of the coal mining facilities near Sylvester as well as photographs of Pauline Canterberry’s 75th birthday party.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collections is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the Unviersity of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Correspondence, 2005-2012, undated

ARES Corporation Congressional correspondence, 2007 May 2

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Assorted letters to Pauline Canterberry, 2005-2012

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Correspondence with National Geographic Magazine, 2005 November 28

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Federal government correspondence, 2005 May 11, 2007 April 3

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Film release correspondence, undated

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House of Delegates Correspondence, House Concurrent Resolution number 1, 2007 January 31

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Letters from Ann Pancake, 2005 March-2012 August

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Letters from Pauline, 2005, 2011, undated

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Letter to Governor Joe Manchin, 2005-2007

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Saved emails, 2005

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Saved emails, 2006

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Saved emails, 2007

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Saved emails, 2008

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Saved emails, 2011

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Department of Environmental Protection, 1987-2012

Issues to be determined, 2004

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Mine permits, 2010-2012

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Reports, 2001-2003

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Mining Permits, 1987-2006

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Mining Permits, 2007

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Mining Permits, 2008

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Mining Permits, 2009

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Mining Permits, 2010

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Mining Permits, 2011

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Mining Permits, 2012-2013

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Treatment Plant log, 1994-2004

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 11
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Subject files, 2001-2012, undated

Appalachian Voices magazine article, 2003, 2006

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 15
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Binder: Biased Laws and Irresponsible Mining, 2005

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Binder: concerned citizens of Sylvester, West Virginia, 2001-2005

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Boone County Community Organization, 2009-2010

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Boone County Community Organization board meetings, 2011-2012

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Coal River: Coal Lamps presentation , undated

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CSX Transportation Elk Run yard expansion project, 2009

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Elk Run Coal Company information, 2006-2007

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Flood warning system for Big Coal River, 2005

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Friends of the Mountains, 2006 and undated

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From Penny Lobe's book, undated

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Informal conference draft, Elf Run Coal Company, 2005

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 31
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Interview of Pauline Canterberry and Mary Miller by Shannon Bell, 2012 September 7

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 32
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Metro-Area Agency on Aging, 2007-2011

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Metro Area Agency on Aging ballot request, 2009

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Metro Area Agency on Aging board of directors, 2009

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Newspaper articles covering Massey Energy lawsuit, 2001-2010

  • Box 5, folder 2
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Pauline Canterberry folder, undated

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 36
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Phone numbers- blasting record, undated

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 37
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PRISM November/December 2007 issue, 2007 November/December

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 38
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Pro-Coal Mining article from Elk Run Coal Company, undated

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 39
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Saturday Gazette Mail series, 2004

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 40
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Saved articles, 2002-2010

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 41
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Searching For Home Where Mountains Move draft, 2005 February 11

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 42
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Sludge Safety Project, 2006-2009

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 43
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Sylvester Dustbusters, 2008

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 44
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Winds of Change newsletters, 2005-2011

2005-2008

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2009

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2010

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 47
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2011

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 48
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Coal River Mountain Watch, 2005-2011

Coal River Mountain Watch artifacts, 2005-2010, undated

Chunk of coal, undated

  • Box 2014ms0253-004, item 1
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Paper towels used to wipe coal dust from window sills, 2010 September 9

  • Box 2014ms0253-004, item 2
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Plastic bottle of Coal River Sludge Spill, 2005 December 10

  • Box 2014ms0253-004, item 3
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West Virginia Tobacco Cessation Program fan, undated

  • Box 2014ms0253-004, item 4
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Coal River Mountain Watch, 2006-2008

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 21
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Coal River Mountain Watch board emails, 2005-2009

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 22
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Coal River Mountain Watch board of directors, 2007

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 23
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Coal River Mountain Watch Messenger newsletter, 2007-2011

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 24
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Coal River Mountain Wind Project, 2008

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 25
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Legal Information, 1999-2011, undated

Agreements between West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection and Elk Run Coal, 2003-2006

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 12
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Brian Glasser - order denying appellant's Motion for Stay, 2006

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 13
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Circuit Court- Sylvester Law Suit, 2005

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 14
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Copy of Surface Coal Mining and Reclamation Act, undated

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 15
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Dustbusters v. Massey Energy with photos of mountain top removal, 2002-2008

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 16
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Environmental Impact Statement draft, 2007

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 17
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Lawyer: Atorney-Client communication, 2001-2003

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 18
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Lawyer: Citizen Action, 2003

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 19
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Marford impoundment violation, 1999-2000

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 20
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Massey Energy and Department of Environmental Protection Proposed Settlements, 2002-2003

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 21
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Mine Safety and Health Administration Report of Investigation, 2010

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 22
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Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 2007

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 23
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Petitions and letters requesting support against coal mining, photos of coal river valley, 2005-2011

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 24
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Petition for Elk Run to clean coal dust from houses, 2005 November 3

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 25
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West Virginia Citizen Action, 2002-2003

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 26
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West Virginia Legistlature changes and request for changes, 2006-2011

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 27
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West Virginia Surface Coal Mining and Reclamation Act, 2006

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 28
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West Virginia Rules of Civil Procedure, undated

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 29
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Maps and Permits, 2005-2012

Coal River Valley topographic maps and mining permits, 2005

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 30
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Elk Run Coal Company Incorporated permit requests, 2005-2008

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 31
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Elk Run Surface Mine application activities, 2005

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 32
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Large permit maps, circa 2000s

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Newspaper Mine Permits, 2007-2009

  • Box 5, folder 1
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Permit Maps, 2007-2012

  • Box 2014ms0253-001, folder 33
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Pauline Canterberry Personal Files, 1996-2002, undated

First Annual Sylvester Dog Patch Reunion, 1996 July 4-7

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 49
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House appraisal for Pauline Canterberry, 2002 June 6

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 50
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The Story of My Life , undated

  • Box 2014ms0253-002, folder 51
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Photographs, 1920s-2009, undated

Dustbusters v. Massey, undated

Aerial view of Elk Run mine, undated

  • Box 3, item 1
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Mary Miller overlooking preperation plant, undated

  • Box 3, item 2
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Massey Energy coal sludge impoundment above Marsh Fork Elementary, undated

  • Box 3, item 3
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Coal sludge lake by houses, undated

  • Box 3, item 4
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Dome over coal processing plant, undated

  • Box 3, item 5
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Valley fill covers head water streams, undated

  • Box 3, item 6
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Belt line on east side of Sylvester, undated

  • Box 3, item 7
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The mountains of West Virginia, Elk Run mining, undated

  • Box 3, item 8
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Mountain blasted away for more railroad tracks, undated

  • Box 3, item 9
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Massey Energy impoundment, undated

  • Box 3, item 10
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Sylvester impoundment enlargement, undated

  • Box 3, item 11
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Collected water for testing, undated

  • Box 3, item 12
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Water collection system, undated

  • Box 3, item 13
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Pauline and Mary collecting water for testing, undated

  • Box 3, item 14
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Pauline Spangler, undated

  • Box 3, item 15
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Agreement between West Virginia DEP and Elk Run, undated

Pauline and Mary with Earl Ray Tomblin, undated

  • Box 6, item 1
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Aerial photo of coal stoker plant, undated

  • Box 6, item 2
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From Binder: Biased laws and irresponsible mining, 2005

Aerial of mountaintop removal, undated

  • Box 3, item 16
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Sludge reservoir, undated

  • Box 3, item 17
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Coal dust covered house, undated

  • Box 3, item 18
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Blasting within 100 feet of homes, undated

  • Box 3, item 19
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Slurry impoundment spill, undated

  • Box 3, item 20
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Property near house destroyed by a rockslide, undated

  • Box 3, item 21
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Damaged property, undated

  • Box 3, item 22
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Damaged house and property, undated

  • Box 3, item 23
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Water and coal residue runoff, undated

  • Box 3, item 24
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Coal water runoff, undated

  • Box 3, item 25
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Coal water runoff in the stream, undated

  • Box 3, item 26
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Formation of a valley fill, undated

  • Box 3, item 27
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Mountaintop removal worksite, undated

  • Box 3, item 28
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Mountaintop removal site, undated

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Crane at mine site, undated

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Coal sludge by road, undated

  • Box 3, item 31
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Debris from runoff, undated

  • Box 3, item 32
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A Culture at Risk, photo of Whitesville, undated

  • Box 3, item 33
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Whitesville, undated

  • Box 6, item 3
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Child covered with coal dust, undated

  • Box 6, item 4
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Front porch, undated

  • Box 6, item 5
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Window sills and siding, undated

  • Box 6, item 6
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Front yard, Thursday 26, undated

  • Box 6, item 7
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Uncovered processing plants, undated

  • Box 6, item 8
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Distant view of Sylvester, West Virginia, undated

  • Box 6, item 9
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Coal River, Coal Lamps presentation, photos of Coal River Valley, undated

Cloud of rock and coal dust, undated

  • Box 3, item 34
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Clouds of coal dust and rock dust in the valley, undated

  • Box 3, item 35
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Clouds of rock dust and coal dust, undated

  • Box 3, item 36
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Closeup of mountaintop removal, undated

  • Box 3, item 37
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Images of coal dust in houses, undated

  • Box 3, item 38
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Clouds of coal dust, undated

  • Box 3, item 39
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From folder titled: Elk Run Coal Company information, 1920s-2005

Slurry impoundment: Sylvester, West Virginia, 2003

  • Box 3, item 40
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Sylvester impoundments 20 foot extension, undated

  • Box 3, item 41
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The dome over the processing plant, undated

  • Box 3, item 42
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Sludge impoundment, undated

  • Box 3, item 43
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Hallie Preslley Christmas Parade, reproduction, 1948

  • Box 3, item 44
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Sylvester tent city for coal mining families, reproduction, circa 1920s

  • Box 3, item 45
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Elk Run sludge impoundment, 2005 June

  • Box 3, item 46
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Elk Run sludge impoundment, undated

  • Box 3, item 47
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Aerial of Elk Run mining, undated

  • Box 3, item 48
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Aerial of Elk Run mining in Sylvester, West Virginia, undated

  • Box 3, item 49
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The dome over the Elk Run processing plant, undated

  • Box 3, item 50
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Photo of Mary and Pauline collecting contaminated water, signed by Mark Sohmerling, undated

  • Box 3, item 51
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Zoomed in aerial of Elk Run, undated

  • Box 3, item 52
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Elk Run sludge impoundment, undated

  • Box 6, item 10
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Construction on coal processing pipes, undated

  • Box 6, item 11
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From folder titled: Friends of the Mountain, undated

Mining mountaintops, undated

  • Box 6, item 12
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Sun over the mountains, undated

  • Box 6, item 13
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Mountain top removal mining pictures, Death and Destruction, undated

Coal truck crossing bridge, undated

  • Box 3, item 53
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Car demolished by coal truck, undated

  • Box 3, item 54
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Communities nestled in West Virginia hills, undated

  • Box 3, item 55
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Marsh Fork Elementary and slurry pond, undated

  • Box 3, item 56
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Copy of news clipping, deaths caused by coal trucks, undated

  • Box 3, item 57
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Mined mountainside, undated

  • Box 3, item 58
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Dead fish in a stream near the mine, undated

  • Box 3, item 59
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Mountaintop removal near town, undated

  • Box 3, item 60
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Copy of news clipping on overloaded coal trucks, undated

  • Box 3, item 61
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Petition board against overloaded coal trucks, undated

  • Box 3, item 62
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Pauline and Mary with a jar of contaminated water, undated

  • Box 3, item 63
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Overturned coal truck, undated

  • Box 3, item 64
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Car destroyed after collision with a coal truck, undated

  • Box 3, item 65
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Black water spill, undated

  • Box 3, item 66
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From original folder labeled Pauline Canterberry, undated

Coal processing plant, undated

  • Box 3, item 67
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Aerial of mine, undated

  • Box 3, item 68
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Clouds of rock dust over houses, undated

  • Box 3, item 69
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Clouds of rock dust, undated

  • Box 3, item 70
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Backyard, undated

  • Box 3, item 71
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Clouds of coal dust over the hills, undated

  • Box 3, item 72
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Clouds of dust, undated

  • Box 3, item 73
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Bear, undated

  • Box 3, item 74
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Dead fish in a contaminated river, undated

  • Box 3, item 75
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Mined mountaintop, undated

  • Box 3, item 76
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Coal belt at the dome, undated

  • Box 6, item 14
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Houses near coal processing ramps, undated

  • Box 6, item 15
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Petitions against mining, undated

Construction along railway, undated

  • Box 6, item 16
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Railway cut into mountain, undated

  • Box 6, item 17
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Black and white photograph of setting up mining camp, undated

  • Box 6, item 18
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Pipeline over CSX track, undated

  • Box 6, item 19
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From folder titled: Sludge Safety Project, 2006-2009

Pauline Canterberry and Mary Miller, undated

  • Box 3, item 77
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Pauline and Mary at a meeting, undated

  • Box 3, item 78
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Pauline and Mary at Massey Energy protest, undated

  • Box 6, box 20
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Massey Energy protest, undated

  • Box 6, box 21
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Pauline and Mary at Massey Energy protest being interviewed by Channel 6 News, undated

  • Box 6, box 22
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Whitesville in the snow, undated

  • Box 6, box 23
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Coal and rock dust in water bowl, undated

  • Box 6, box 24
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Coal dust on porch, undated

  • Box 6, box 25
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Porch furniture covered with coal dust, undated

  • Box 6, box 26
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Table on porch covered in coal dust, undated

  • Box 6, box 27
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Mound of coal, undated

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Dome over processing plant, undated

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Dome over processing plant, view from window, undated

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Mothers For Clean Air, undated

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Mary at the Mission San Antonio de Valero, undated

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Pauline at the Mission San Antonio de Valero, undated

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Houses, undated

  • Box 6, box 34
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Coal processing pipeline, undated

  • Box 6, box 35
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Coal processing pipeline under construction, undated

  • Box 6, box 36
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Construction on pipeline, undated

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Street, undated

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Pauline at a conference dinner, undated

  • Box 6, box 39
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Damaged dome over processing plant, undated

  • Box 6, box 40
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Pauline standing by Mothers for Clean Air display, undated

  • Box 6, box 41
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Mining work site, undated

  • Box 6, box 42
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Pauline and Mary with two men, undated

  • Box 6, box 43
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Coal pipeline over train tracks, undated

  • Box 6, box 44
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Photographs from Pauline's 75th birthday, 2005 March 29

Two young women at Whitesville coal camp, undated

  • Box 3, item 79
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Mommy and Lary Joe, undated

  • Box 3, item 80
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Whitesville coal camp, undated

  • Box 3, item 81
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Woman sitting outside a house at the Whitesville coal camp, undated

  • Box 3, item 82
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Woman standing on porch of log house, undated

  • Box 3, item 83
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Spangler ancestors, undated

  • Box 3, item 84
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Peterstown, undated

  • Box 3, item 85
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Two boys eating watermelon, undated

  • Box 6, item 45
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Man in the kitchen, undated

  • Box 6, item 46
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Pauline Canterberry's dad and brothers, undated

  • Box 6, item 47
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Baby in a box with older brother, undated

  • Box 6, item 48
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Family dinner, undated

  • Box 6, item 49
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Spangler family photo, undated

  • Box 6, item 50
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Donald and Larry Joe, undated

  • Box 6, item 51
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Mom and Billy, undated

  • Box 6, item 52
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Three of the Spangler children, undated

  • Box 6, item 53
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Billy and Pauline Canterberry's mom, undated

  • Box 6, item 54
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Unlabeled, two young boys posing for picture, undated

  • Box 6, item 55
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Spangler family picture and the family at dinner, undated

  • Box 6, item 56
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Pauline holding cake at line dancing, undated

  • Box 6, item 57
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The Spangler Family: Pauling, Buster, Pucky, Bobby, Ray, and Donald, undated

  • Box 6, item 58
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Unlabeled blonde, undated

  • Box 6, item 59
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Pauline, Ray, Buster, Pucky, Bobby, undated

  • Box 6, item 60
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Carrie Lou Jarrel and Pauline giving their family tree, undated

  • Box 6, item 61
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Preston Hansboragh Spangler, undated

  • Box 6, item 62
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Clara Ardelia Spangler, undated

  • Box 6, item 63
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Hannah, Lyle, Larry, and Janet, undated

  • Box 6, item 64
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John Henry Spangler, Mollie Ballard Spangler, William Preston Spangler, undated

  • Box 6, item 65
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Pauline crying, undated

  • Box 6, item 66
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Pauline and the cake, undated

  • Box 6, item 67
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Donald, Ray, Bobby, Buster, Pauline, and Pucky, undated

  • Box 6, item 68
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Pauline and Pucky, undated

  • Box 6, item 69
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Researchers are required to have an SCRC Researcher Account in order to request or order digital copies of materials. Research Account set-up and use instructions can be found at: http://libguides.uky.edu/SCRCaccount

If you are visiting the Breckinridge Research Room, please request materials at least 48 business hours in advance of your arrival.

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