Anne MacKinnon coal research files

Abstract

The Anne MacKinnon coal research files (dated 1866-1977, undated; 3.23 cubic feet; 1 record carton, 11 shoe boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 oversize folder) comprise photographs, research notes, grey literature, and reports that document the former Kentucky journalist's research for an unpublished book on coal and its impact on Appalachia and Kentucky communities.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Anne MacKinnon coal research files
Creator
MacKinnon, Anne
Extent
3.23 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Coal mines and mining -- Kentucky
Coal mines and mining.
Coal -- Research.
Coal mines and mining -- Appalachian Region
Arrangement
Collection is arranged into 2 series by format: Photographs and Research files.
Finding Aid Author
Sarah Mackenzie Wade
Preferred Citation
2016ms008 : [identification of item], Anne MacKinnon coal research files, 1866-1977, undated, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Anne MacKinnon is a Wyoming-based environmental activist with research interests in land use, water legislation and management, and coal and oil resources. She worked as a researcher for the book division of the Louisville Courier-Journal in 1973 and 1975, where she undertook a project to investigate the history of coal in Kentucky for a coffee table book. The Courier-Journal ultimately canceled its sponsorship of MacKinnon's research project and her book on Kentucky coal was never published.
In addition to her work for the Louisville Courier-Journal, MacKinnon also worked as a correspondent for Whitesburg, Kentucky's Mountain Eagle. She received her J.D. in 1981 from the University of California, Berkeley and her Ph.D. in 2014 from the Division of Resource Economics at Humboldt University. MacKinnon is now an adjunct professor at the Helga Otto Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming and a consultant for natural resource policy education and outreach.
Scope and Content
The Anne MacKinnon coal research files (dated 1866-1977, undated; 3.23 cubic feet; 1 record carton, 11 shoe boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 oversize folder) comprise photographs, research notes, grey literature, and reports that document the former Kentucky journalist's research for an unpublished book on coal and its impact on Appalachia and Kentucky communities.

Restrictions on Access and Use

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

Contents of the Collection

Photographs, 1866-1976, undated

Constitutes the bulk of the collection, with photographs of coal mines and mining communities from counties throughout Kentucky. Also includes photographs of Kentucky politicians, mine protests and laborer strikes, and industrial and infrastructural photographs of Kentucky railroads, bridges, power plants, and pipelines. Arranged alphabetically in subseries by subject.

A. B. Chandler, 1938-1945, undated

Governor at Jackson Day Dinner with Assistant Attorney General Brien McMahon and Lieutenant Governor Keen Johnson, 1938 January 8

  • Box 1, item 1
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A. B. Chandler making last campaign speech in cabin at the rear of his home in Versailles, Kentucky, 1940 October

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Senator A. B. Chandler speaking on WHAS, 1942 July 22

  • Box 1, item 3
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A. B. Chandler, baseball commissioner, with his father J. S. Chandler, 1945 August

  • Box 1, item 4
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Chandler, A.B. (Happy); Baseball Commissioner Former Kentucky Governor, politician, undated

  • Box 1, item 5
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Bridges, circa 1883, 1939-1965, undated

George Bailey and Charlie Pence sitting before the municipal bridge, 1939

  • Box 1, item 6
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Kennedy Bridge before completion, 1960

  • Box 1, item 7
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18th Street canal bridge, 1847 November 28

  • Box 1, item 8
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Ohio River bridges, Louisville, towboat J. D. Ayers of Pittsburgh, record tow of 20 barges containing tin, aluminum, going under municipal bridge, 1941 August 10

  • Box 1, item 9
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Clays Ferry Bridge, progress pictures of new bridge over Kentucky River between Lexington and Richmond, 1942 October 26

  • Box 1, item 10
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Bailey Bridge feature, 1944 July 14

  • Box 1, item 11
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Men standing in front of cliff face, looking at camera and some inspecting the cliff face, undated

  • Box 8, item 12
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Municipal Bridge, 1946 October21

  • Box 11, item 13
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Eight people pose for portrait in dark clothing, copy, undated

  • Box 8, item 14
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Bridge Clay's Ferry Bridge, 1946 September

  • Box 11, item 15
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Buckhorn, Kentucky, 1958 August 7

  • Box 1, item 16
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Old and New: Airplane pled atend of footbridge across river in Eastern Kentucky- North fork of Kentucky River at Hazard airport, 1959 November 17

  • Box 1, item 17
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Kennedy Bridge dedication opening, 1963 December 6

  • Box 1, item 18
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Steel work, bridge, 1963 January 22

  • Box 1, item 19
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Closing a gap on I-65 bridge, 1963 July 16

  • Box 1, item 20
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Bridges- Kennedy placing floor beam, 1963 June 19

  • Box 8, item 21
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Bridge with railroad and river underneath; cliff with cave cut into the side; buildings and trailer, 1963 June 4

  • Box 1, item 22
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New Albany from the K & L Bridge, 1963 September 19

  • Box 8, item 23
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Bridge piers on I-65, 1964 July 26

  • Box 8, item 24
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I-65 bridge construction, 1965 August 15

  • Box 1, item 25
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Traffic on a bridge; Courier-Journal State; Vance, 1965 September 1

  • Box 1, item 26
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Green River Bridge, circa 1883

  • Box 1, item 27
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View of bridge from water, undated

  • Box 1, item 28
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New interchange steel, 1964 August 4

  • Box 1, item 29
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Steel- River Road, 1964 August 20

  • Box 8, item 30
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Charlestown, Indiana, 1941

Charlestown Powder Plant, safety devices, 1941

  • Box 1, item 31
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Indiana ordinance works, Charlestown, Indiana night pictures, 1941 April 4

  • Box 1, item 32
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Earl Clements, 1942-1947

Senator from Morganfield, Kentucky, 1942 January 6

  • Box 1, item 33
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Governor Earl Clements at his desk the first day in office, 1947 December 9

  • Box 1, item 34
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Clements and Waterfield, candidates for Democratic nomination for Kentucky Governor, 1947 January 1

  • Box 1, item 35
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SeelBach, 1947 November 4

  • Box 1, item 36
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Earl Clements; Owensboro, Kentucky, 1947 November 4

  • Box 11, item 37
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Vice president's family, 1947 October 19

  • Box 1, item 38-40
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Floods and dams, 1939-1967, undated

Tennessee Valley Authority dam construction, Gilbertsville, Kentucky, 1940

  • Box 1, item 41-42
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Breathitt County flash floods, 1939 July 7

  • Box 1, item 43-51
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Tennessee Valley Authority dam, Gilbertsville, Kentucky, 1944 September 18-20

  • Box 1, item 52-55
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Flood scenes, The Gateway to the South: Louisville, Gas B. Electric Co. sign, 1945 March 9

  • Box 1, item 56
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Dewey dam, Kentucky's latest flood control dam, 1947 August 7

  • Box 1, item 57-60
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Hazard flood pictures; Joe Reister, 1957 February 1

  • Box 1, item 61
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Flood negatives; Reister, 1957 February 2

  • Box 1, item 62
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TVA Construction; Harry Bolser, 1960 June 3

  • Box 1, item 63-64
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Green River dam; Tom Duncan, 1961 March 22

  • Box 1, item 65
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Flooded areas- government: party at Salyersville, Kentucky; Flood areas Paintsville, 1963 March 13

  • Box 1, item 66
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Flood damage, Pikeville, 1963 March 13

  • Box 8, item 67
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Prestonsburg, Kentucky flood wall, 1963 March 13

  • Box 1, item 68
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Lamel River Dam project, 1967 January 13

  • Box 1, item 69
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Flooding, Hills, mining vehicles, 1967 March 18; 1967 March 9; 1967 February 24

  • Box 1, item 70
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Devil's Jump Dam Project, Whitley City, Kentucky, 1968 May 14-15

  • Box 1, item 71
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Breathitt County flash floods, 1939 July 7

  • Box 1, item 87
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Flood victims, Ivan Swift- Times reporter; Flood, Paintsville, Kentucky, Ivan Swift, 1963 March 13-15

  • Box 5, item 547
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Harlan, Kentucky flood, 1964 August 4

  • Box 13, folder 1
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Flood near home with family on porch, undated

  • Box 13, folder 2
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Graham Scrapbook, 1920, undated

Graham, Kentucky: children of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilkins: Jewell, Jimmy, Tinsy, Mary Louise, 1920

  • Box 8, item 72
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Clarence Wilkins and Ben Glenn, 1920

  • Box 8, item 73
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Graham scrapbook, Graham motorman?, 1920

  • Box 8, item 74
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Archie D. Pollock Sr., Mine superintendent at Graham (right); Henry Hopper Dawney; Harralson Collection, Graham scrapbook, 1920

  • Box 8, item 75
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Harralson Collection, Graham scrapbook; Herbert Hunter, Graham mail carrier and tax operator, between Graham and the IC depot The Tooneville Trolley, 1920

  • Box 8, item 76
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Harralson Collection: Graham scrapbook; Herbert Hunter and Marvin Shannon at Graham, 1920

  • Box 8, item 77
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A. Harralson collection: Graham scrapbook; Charlie Gill and K.F. White who ran grocery at Graham, 1920

  • Box 8, item 78
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A. Harralson Collection: Graham scrapbook; Graham theatre, 1920

  • Box 8, item 79
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Misses Kate Phillips and Mayme Towles, bookkeepers for Graham Coal Office, undated

  • Box 8, item 80
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Healthcare, 1913, 1940-1973

Sick child, 1913

  • Box 1, item 81
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Frontier Nursing Service nurses and horses, 1940 April

  • Box 1, item 82
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Frontier Nursing Service nurses, horses, patients, children, 1940 April

  • Box 1, item 83
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Frontier Nursing Service -Kentucky, 1940 April

  • Box 11, item 84
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Country doctors refresher course, Children's Free Hospital, 1947 June 5

  • Box 1, item 85
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Hazard, Kentucky; people on relief in Hazard, 1954 May 25

  • Box 1, item 86
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Frontier Nursing Service -Kentucky, 1961 May 8-10

  • Box 11, item 88
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TB Test, Marten County, 1963 June 3

  • Box 1, item 89
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Appalachia health project, 1964 November 25

  • Box 1, item 90
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Regional health clinic, Harlan, Kentucky, 1967 March 14-16

  • Box 1, item 91-92
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Coal workers pneumoconiosis, Dave Stevens, 1968 December 10

  • Box 1, item 93-94
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Images of framed map on wall of land, men breathing into machines and taking medical tests, railway tracks and land, 1968 December 10

  • Box 11, item 95
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Dr. Paul Trover, 1973 February 23

  • Box 1, item 96
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Children waiting in line for physical performed by doctors, 1965 July 22

  • Box 4, item 477
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Kentucky scenes, 1884-1976, undated

Bell County, 1884-1887, 1964

House with fields above on the lower slopes. Yellow Creek, Bell County, 1884

  • Box 1, item 98
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Bell County courthouse, Pineville, Kentucky, 1964 August 5

  • Box 8, item 99
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Tulip tree on Straight Creek, Bell County, circa 1885

  • Box 1, item 100
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Log jam awaiting a flood and coke ovens baking local coal, Straight Creek, Bell County, circa 1887

  • Box 2, item 101
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Buildings and cities, 1884-1891, 1937-1976, undated

Moore's cabin near Flat Lick, Knox County, Kentucky. Rear view; corn grinding on Lick Br. Knox County Kentucky, 1884

  • Box 2, item 102
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Greenville, Muhlenberg; county seat, 1891

  • Box 8, item 103
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Glaucourer-?, 1913

  • Box 2, item 104
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Log and Mud chimney, 1913

  • Box 8, item 105
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Courtesy Island Creek Company, Lexington- St. Bernard Coal Company float which participated in the parade of 1937 at Louisville, Kentucky, 1937

  • Box 8, item 106
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Bad print, Whitesburg?; city situated in valley- aerial photo, 27774

  • Box 10, item 107
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Store and post office at Rockhouse, Letcher County, 1887?

  • Box 2, item 108
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Whitesburg, Letcher County, 1887?

  • Box 2, item 109
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Harralson Collection; postcard- 'Reuder Mines' where Robert Simpson died of heart attack, 1910 January 37

  • Box 8, item 110
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Postcard from Stearns, Kentucky of L. Stearns Wholesale Grocer building across from train tracks, 1919-1920

  • Box 8, item 111
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3. Street in Hyden between bridge and hospital hill; 4. Street in Hyden near foot of Hospital Hill; 5. Street in Hyden, Kentucky near Middle fork of Kentucky River; 7. Street and stores in Hyden Kentucky south of the court house, 1928 June 26

  • Box 2, item 112
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Street in Hyden near the Trading Cottage, 1928 June 26

  • Box 8, item 113
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Rural electrification projects at Owenton, 1938 January 29

  • Box 2, item 114
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Rural electrification projects at Owenton, Happy Chandler, 1938 January 29

  • Box 2, item 115
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Eddyville Penitentiary, view across Cumberland River; Rainbolt, 1944 April 10

  • Box 2, item 116
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House- mountain cabin in Magoffin County, Kentucky, 1944 Spring

  • Box 2, item 117
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Uniontown oil well, 1945 September 25

  • Box 11, item 118
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Smoke- Ohio Street, Oertle Brewery, 1946 October 24

  • Box 11, item 119
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Chamber of Commerce West Kentucky Town (Madisonville); Keen, 1955 May 17-20

  • Box 2, item 120
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Lynch, Kentucky (mountain mining town in Black Mountains, highest point in Kentucky; Davis), 1958 February 6

  • Box 2, item 121
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Lynch, Kentucky (mountain mining town in Black Mountains, highest point in Kentucky); Davis, 1958 February 6

  • Box 8, item 122
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Rowdy, Kentucky, 1958 July

  • Box 11, item 123
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London, Kentucky; No. 1 Kentucky City under 5,000, 1958 May 13

  • Box 2, item 124
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Town of Corbin, Kentucky; Keen, 1959 July 1

  • Box 2, item 125
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REA telephone system Leslie County- Hyden, Kentucky, 1960 September 27

  • Box 8, item 126
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Leslie County, 1961 August 4

  • Box 8, item 127
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Paintsville, Kentucky features; from Sunday-Courier-Journal; Keen, 1961 March 28

  • Box 2, item 128
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Industrial area of Rubbertown, 1962 August 2

  • Box 8, item 129
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Mission near Buckhorn Kentucky; Forest Hills Comm. Cli. at Morris Fork, Kentucky, 1962 December 10

  • Box 2, item 130
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Salyersville, Kentucky Sunday story ore town, 1962 March 26

  • Box 8, item 131-132
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Copies- Burnsides, Kentucky, 1962 March 6

  • Box 2, item 133
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Buildings and cranes, 1963 July 16

  • Box 2, item 134
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Utility lines, Glengarry Drive, 1963 May 8

  • Box 8, item 135
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Unidentified buildings among cliffs and dirt, 1963 October 31

  • Box 8, item 136
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President Johnson's town, Paintsville, 1964 April 24

  • Box 11, item 137
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Livermore, Kentucky; Pedigo, Courier-Journal state, 1964 December 31

  • Box 11, item 138
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Industrial river town, Chamber of Commerce; Rubbertown, near South London, GE, Ford, Strawberry area, 1964 June 24

  • Box 2, item 139
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London skyline at night, 1964 November 27

  • Box 2, item 140
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Dawson Springs, Irvington Post office, 1965 February 19

  • Box 2, item 141
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Dawson Springs, Kentucky, 1965 January 15

  • Box 2, item 142
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Colgate clock refurbishing, 1965 June 21

  • Box 2, item 143
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Photos of street sign for Bert Comb Drive, 1965 June 25

  • Box 2, item 144
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Pictures of a road with buildings and trees, 1965 June 9

  • Box 2, item 145
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Inside and outside photos of a home; K. Vance, 1966 April 4

  • Box 2, item 146
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Strip mining town in West Kentucky, 1966 January 10

  • Box 2, item 147
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A house from the front; Kyle Vance, 1966 May 6

  • Box 2, item 148
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Kyle Vance, houses and buildings, 1966 September 7

  • Box 2, item 149
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Texaco State 1st and Broadway; Emo. State, Shelbyville Road, 1967 January 3

  • Box 2, item 150
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Smoke across city, Clark Bridge, 1967 January 4

  • Box 2, item 151
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Smoke stacks- New Albany; Smoke violation; International Harvester- Smoke, 1967 November 11-16, 1968 January 25

  • Box 8, item 152
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Community improvement, (No Suggestions), Kentucky, Perry County, 1967 October 11

  • Box 11, item 153
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Power lines, 1968 April 26

  • Box 8, item 154
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Knox County Economic Opportunity Council anti-poverty arts-crafts store, 1968 October 5

  • Box 2, item 155
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Fishing worms and gasoline sign, 1968 September 12

  • Box 8, item 156
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1. The Willie Sandlin cottage on Owl's Nest Creek, a half mile below Hyden Leslie County, Kentucky; 2. Willie Sandlin coal house cottage beyond on Owl's Nest near Hyden Leslie County Kentucky; 3. The kitchen in Willie Sandlin's home on Owl's Nest Creek near Hyden in Lesie County, Kentucky; 6. Hopkins County, Kentucky pit mining coal, Crabtree Mining Company, 1921, 1928

  • Box 2, item 157
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Log cabin and tree, undated

  • Box 2, item 158
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Houses in wooded hillside, undated

  • Box 2, item 159
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Two log buildings, undated

  • Box 2, item 160
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Log building in woods, undated

  • Box 2, item 161
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T. J. Asher & Sons, mill, Wasioto, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 2, item 162
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Fireplace, undated

  • Box 8, item 163
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Wedding, houses in a valley, surrounded by woods, undated

  • Box 2, item 164-167
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Large buildings at the end of a road from a distance, undated

  • Box 2, item 168
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No. 37 Fire clay bed, lift truck, Olive Hill Kentucky, undated

  • Box 2, item 169
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Log cabin with cow in front and the numbers 262 written on bottom left corner, undated

  • Box 2, item 170
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Same cabin as 129, outside, undated

  • Box 8, item 171
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Close up of wooden building, undated

  • Box 8, item 172
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Small cabin covered partly by trees behind wooden fence, undated

  • Box 8, item 173
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Cabin with dog trot, undated

  • Box 8, item 174
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Home of professor Burns for several years, undated

  • Box 8, item 175
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Street in Manchester, undated

  • Box 8, item 176
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Blacksmith shop at London, undated

  • Box 8, item 177
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Street with shops, focused on a Wootton & Morgan building with Hazard Drug Company and a G.B. Eversole shop, undated

  • Box 11, item 178
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Built replica of landscape, buildings, and mine; man standing above replica, 1966 April 11

  • Box 2, item 179
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Clay County, 1913

Clay County, on McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida, 1913

  • Box 8, item 180
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Clay County, 1913

  • Box 8, item 181
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Clay County; creek and men on horses in distance, 1913

  • Box 8, item 182
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Clay County; Hauling merchandise to Oneida, 1913

  • Box 8, item 183
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Snaking logs, near Oneida, Clay County, 1913

  • Box 10, item 184
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Taking a log raft down the Red Bird River, Clay County, 1913

  • Box 10, item 185
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Clay County family, 1913

  • Box 4, item 484
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Frakes, Kentucky, 1947

Man in hat at U. S. Post Office, woman in unfinished building, 1947 September 11

  • Box 2, item 186
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Woman with book in classroom with children, 1947 September 11

  • Box 2, item 187
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Building (schoolhouse?), 1947 September 11

  • Box 2, item 188
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School bus and children, 1947 September 11

  • Box 2, item 189
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Portraits of children and young adults, 1947 September 11

  • Box 2, item 190-191
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Harlan, Kentucky, 1886-1967, undated

Top of Big Black Mountain at head of Cherry Fork of Luna Creek, Harlan County, 1903

  • Box 2, item 192
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National Guard Louisville 138th Field artillery, Harlan County trip, John C. Ivy and Fred Clark, Jr., 1939 July 13

  • Box 2, item 193
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Furniture making- Harlan, 1961 September 24

  • Box 2, item 194
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Copies - old pictures; Harlan, 1966 June 10

  • Box 2, item 195
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Landslide in Harlan, Kentucky; ground views, 1967 July 16

  • Box 2, item 196
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Landslide - Harlan, Kentucky ground views, 1967 July 16

  • Box 11, item 197
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No. 100 (49) Cabin and Hand Mill on Poor Fork. Harlan County Kentucky, undated

  • Box 2, item 198
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Harlan, Kentucky conveyor line and triple, Mary Helen Coal Corporation, Coalgood, Kentucky, 1937

  • Box 2, item 199
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Harlan, Kentucky, general view of typical miners' houses, Mary Helen Coal Corporation, Coalgood, Kentucky, 1937

  • Box 2, item 200
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139- Funeral near head of Browney's Creek, Harlan County, Kentucky, 1886

  • Box 4, item 479
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R. C. B. Thruston, Kentucky Geological Survey and private investor, inspecting a vein of coal, Harlan County, 1903

  • Box 4, item 482
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Harlan County Kentucky; men using hand saw to cut logs in woods, undated

  • Box 6, item 617
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Hazard, Kentucky, 1913, 1954-1968, undated

Advertisement from Pilcher's, Hazard, 1913

  • Box 2, item 201
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Copied from Pilcher, Hazard, Kentucky; advertisement for The Mowbray & Robinson Company, 1913

  • Box 2, item 202
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People on relief, 1954 May 25

  • Box 2, item 203
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Hazard, Kentucky; shots around city, 1958 August 8

  • Box 2, item 204-205
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Hazard, Kentucky (showing Dr. Smith), 1958 August 9

  • Box 8, item 206
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Development Day, 1959 June 16

  • Box 2, item 207
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Urban renewal, Hazard, 1960 June 30

  • Box 8, item 208
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Features in Hazard, Kentucky; Keen, Courier-Journal State, 1968 June 26

  • Box 2, item 209
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Kentucky 15, New road - Hazard, 1968 June 26

  • Box 2, item 210
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Features- Hazard, Kentucky, 1968 June 26

  • Box 2, item 211
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Hauling freight before the railroad was built, Hazard, undated

  • Box 8, item 212
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Marketplace at Hazard, undated

  • Box 8, item 213
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Bill Gorman, Hazard, 1963 September 19

  • Box 5, item 549
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Loafers around Hazard courthouse, 1965 November 1

  • Box 9, item 652
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Landscapes, circa 1887-1898, 1913-1970, undated

Sample of mountain trail on road, 1913

  • Box 8, item 214
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Oxen and donkeys pulling carts, 1913

  • Box 8, item 215
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Contour Cultivation- On hillside near Jackson; Reister, February 1946

  • Box 2, item 216
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Smoke menace, smoke stacks, pix snow stack belching smoke, 1940 November 15

  • Box 11, item 217
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Vance; [Man on dirt road, car on dirt road, Coal truck going on dirt road under bridge, Man and car under bridge on dirt road], 1965 July 10

  • Box 2, item 218
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Fred Luigart, Inspiration Mountain, Little Shepherd Trail, 1966 June 1

  • Box 2, item 219
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Air pollution; Dean, 1967 July 26

  • Box 2, item 220
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Air pollution, T. News, Keen, 1968 February 12

  • Box 8, item 221
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Plowing, undated

  • Box 8, item 222
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Kyle Vance, roads and woods, 1966 October 10

  • Box 2, item 223
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Pictures of downed trees, man overlooking land, men posing by downed trees, 1967 April 4; 1967 March 23

  • Box 3, item 224
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Vehicles on a road; felled trees; hillsides by home; man and dog posing in front of tree, 1967 March 18,23

  • Box 3, item 225
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Stevens, Courier-Journal State; Cars in creek, forest shots, hills with rocks and trees, cars in mud, 1969 June 16

  • Box 11, item 226
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Stevens; Courier-Journal state; rocks and trees on hillsides and forests, men shifting through muddy creek, trucks carrying coal loads, close ups- of homes, 1969 June 16

  • Box 11, item 227
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Land near Beech Creek that was supposed to be reclaimed after being strip mined, 1970 October 11

  • Box 3, item 228
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HcHenry, Ohio County, circa 1898

  • Box 8, item 229
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Johnson County, Big Sandy Valley, circa 1890

  • Box 3, item 230
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Cables among hills and forest, undated

  • Box 3, item 231
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Dirt road surrounded by woods, undated

  • Box 8, item 232
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Untitled photos of woods, dirt roads and houses, undated

  • Box 3, item 233
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Small sheds in front of a forest, undated

  • Box 3, item 234
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Road with forest behind it lined with wooden fence and person in distance, undated

  • Box 8, item 235
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Iron ore, photographed for the Kentucky Geological Survey, 1887

  • Box 3, item 236
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No. 3 Bridge sights, 1963 December 8

  • Box 8, item 237
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No. 2 Street lights, 1964 November 5

  • Box 8, item 238
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No. 31 Bath Co. Iron ore, 15 feet thick view from above, undated

  • Box 3, item 239
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No. 1- Matlock; River/creek cutting through hills and woods, 1913

  • Box 8, item 240
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Kyle Vance; Courier-Journal state; Creek among landscape, winding road, wood house with people on porch, small mining site, 1966 September 7

  • Box 3, item 241
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Bovies Collection, Dawson Daylight; unidentified mining site, people in white in line for food, people posing in front of building, ball field, coal carts, railway, breakroom, machinery, undated

  • Box 3, item 242
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Untitled copy of painting by Paul Ashbrook of white building with containers of coal among trees, undated

  • Box 3, item 243
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No. 20 Mist; Mist over trees and lanscape with home and fence in foreground, undated

  • Box 8, item 244
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Man standing in crop field with animals, undated

  • Box 11, item 245
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Mist , undated

  • Box 8, item 246
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214-Tip house and incline at Elkatawa in February 1891; unidentified man posing, 1891 February

  • Box 4, item 505
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Woodworkers; Blackey, Kentucky, 1964 January 24

  • Box 5, item 551
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Rug makers, Blackey, Kentucky, 1964 January 24

  • Box 9, item 552
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Salyersville, Kentucky; people posing in front of homes; Men standing on wooden bridge building; shot of ground, 1962 March 26

  • Box 6, item 642
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Salyersville, Kentucky; two men and woman standing by white home holding children; shot of building, view of town on top of hill; three people pose in driveway, 1962 March 26

  • Box 6, item 643
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Panorama of landscape with houses, church, and a river, undated

  • Box 13, folder 4
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Panorama of hillside with houses, undated

  • Box 13, folder 5
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Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1890, 1937-1938, 1963-1967

Smoke menace, Louisville, winter scenes, 1937

  • Box 11, item 247
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Tobacco Warehouses - Louisville; 7th street road warehouses; Roberts, 1938 December 3

  • Box 3, item 248
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Ewing-Von Allmen Dairy, Louisville, 1938 September 28

  • Box 3, item 249
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Louisville scenes, 1963 May 15

  • Box 8, item 250-251
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Louisville lights at night from Floyds Knob, US 150, 1965 January 25

  • Box 8, item 252
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Louisville lights at night from Floyds Knob, US 150, 1965 January 25

  • Box 8, item 253
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Smog over downtown Louisville, 1967 November 22

  • Box 3, item 254
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Kentucky coal from the western field, on sale in Louisville, circa 1890

  • Box 3, item 255
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State income tax collections, rush at U. S. Trust Building, Louisville, 1938 April 15

  • Box 4, item 506
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Federal income tax collections, Louisville, crowd at Federal building paying taxes, 1939 March 1

  • Box 4, item 509
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Smoke Menace Committee- Louisville; hearing in Aldermans' chamber, 1941 May 20

  • Box 4, item 512
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Oneida, Kentucky, 1913, 1960, undated

...Oneida, Kentucky [woods and river]; TV Miller Jr., 1960-January 1

  • Box 3, item 256
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Oneida from north of Red Bud Creek, undated

  • Box 3, item 257
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View of Oneida, undated

  • Box 10, item 258
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Store at Oneida, undated

  • Box 8, item 259
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On McMurrey's place; flats near Oneida, undated

  • Box 8, item 260
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Oneida from mouth of Red Bud Creek, undated

  • Box 8, item 261
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On road to Oneida to church, 1913

  • Box 9, item 488
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Paradise, Kentucky, 1913, 1959-1969

The highway to Paradise, 1913

  • Box 8, item 262
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Scenes and people in Paradise, Kentucky; site of new $100,000,000 TVA Dam, 1959 October 2

  • Box 11, item 263
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Aerial shot just west of Paradise, West Kentucky, No. 13, 1969 June 27

  • Box 10, item 264
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Harry Bolser, Courier-Journal state; Paradise, Kentucky; Man in store, post office, gas station, homes, 1967 March 6

  • Box 3, item 265
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Aerial view, Paradise, Kentucky (town destroyed by TVA), 1962 November 22

  • Box 13, folder 3
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Pikeville, Kentucky, 1890, 1948-1968

Pikeville, 1890

  • Box 3, item 266
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Pikeville city series, 1948 November 10

  • Box 3, item 267
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Pikeville city series; Pikeville, Kentucky; Mine entrance, 1949 February 6; 1967 November 17; 1968 March 25; 1955 May 9

  • Box 3, item 268
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Pikeville trial- Labor unions, 1963 April 15

  • Box 3, item 269
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Klosterman; Pikeville, 1967 November 17

  • Box 3, item 270
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Pikeville- Model City, 1968 November 22

  • Box 3, item 271-272
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Pikeville- City Series; Courier-Journal Sunday; Pikeville - Magazine, 1948 November 10, 1949 February 6

  • Box 3, item 273
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Louisville and Nashville Railroad, circa 1890-1891, 1908-1967, undated

Louisville and Nashville Railroad brochure for Middlesborough, Cumberland Gap, and the hotels built nearby in Tennessee, 1891

  • Box 3, item 274
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Illinois Central and L & N Depot, Central City, 1908

  • Box 8, item 275
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Freight train, Eastern Kentucky Division of the L & N, 1914

  • Box 3, item 276
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Passenger trains, runs between Russellville and Owensboro, only train in country that runs on a one cent rate, 1939 March 19

  • Box 3, item 277
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Louisville, board of directors leaving on tour, J. B. Hill, W. E. Smith, D. K. Price, Menefee Wirgman, George C. Cutler, Roland L. Redmond, F. B. Adams, Buford Scott, 1941 April 2

  • Box 3, item 278
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Railroad feature; L & N builds new railroad at Hazard, Kentucky, 1944 May 22

  • Box 3, item 279-282
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L & N Smoke Stack Construction, 1945 October 16

  • Box 11, item 283
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Assembly of cars, 1961 January 5

  • Box 3, item 284
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L & N shop in Corbin, Kentucky, 1967 January 1

  • Box 3, item 285-286
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Breckenridge Cannel Coal Company pier at Cloverpot, Kentucky on Ohio River, circa 1890

  • Box 3, item 287
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Construction gang on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, circa 1910

  • Box 3, item 288
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Drakesboro, Muhlenberg County, built along the L & N Railroad, circa 1910

  • Box 3, item 289
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Middlesboro brochure, undated

  • Box 3, item 290
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Saxton, Kentucky depot, L & N station, undated

  • Box 3, item 291
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L & N railroad tunnel; Otto Rothert, undated

  • Box 3, item 292
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Passenger trains, runs between Russellville and Owensboro, only train in country that runs on a one cent rate, undated

  • Box 3, item 293-294
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LG & E, 1919-1965, undated

Lg & E mine in Echols, Kentucky; Kentucky Coal and Coke; Community House outside and inside, 1919

  • Box 8, item 295
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols mine mules real caption where larger (Lg & E mine), 1919

  • Box 8, item 296
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols, Kentucky; superintendent's house, 1919

  • Box 8, item 297
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); 1st Ard. Squad, 1919

  • Box 8, item 298
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); ex, rr & P.O., 1920

  • Box 8, item 299
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Lg & E , Cherryhill mine, 1940

  • Box 8, item 300
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); enyrs residence, 1919 September

  • Box 8, item 301
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Kentucky Coke Company, cauy at Echols CES, 1919 September 26

  • Box 8, item 302
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); view of county store, 1919 September 26

  • Box 8, item 303
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine), 1919 September 26

  • Box 8, item 304
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg &E mine); mine mouth?, 1920s

  • Box 8, item 305
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg &E mine); train, 1920s

  • Box 8, item 306
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine) construction, 1920s

  • Box 8, item 307
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); powerhouse at mines, 1920s

  • Box 8, item 308
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); construction, 1920s

  • Box 8, item 309-310
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); construction (boiler?), 1920s

  • Box 8, item 311
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); West Kentucky, 1920s

  • Box 8, item 312
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E Mine); fire by rails?, 1920s

  • Box 8, item 313
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); wagon, 1920s

  • Box 8, item 314
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); rocks on railroad, 1920s

  • Box 8, item 315
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); steel crew on tipple, 1921 July 1

  • Box 8, item 316
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Coal - unloading coal from barge Lg & E company Cane River Station, 1958 October 17

  • Box 3, item 317
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Lg & E Cane Rum Plant; Harlan T. News, 1962 May 7

  • Box 3, item 318
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LG & E Cane Rum Plant, Harlan, Kentucky, 1962 May 7

  • Box 3, item 319
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Lg & E control room, 3rd & River, 1965 November 10

  • Box 3, item 320
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine), circa 1920s

  • Box 9, item 321-322
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); construction?, early 1920s

  • Box 9, item 323
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Kentucky Coke Company, Echols (Lg & E mine); work crew, early 1920s

  • Box 9, item 324
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Lg & E waterfront power station (home?) in Louisville, undated

  • Box 9, item 325
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Matlack Collection, 1913, undated

Clay County, gathering corn, 1913

  • Box 9, item 326
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Clay County, cabin near Oneida, 1913

  • Box 9, item 327
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Clearing, Clay County, 1913

  • Box 9, item 328
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Coal mine entrance, Clay County, 1913

  • Box 9, item 329
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Lumberyard, 1913

  • Box 9, item 330
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Hauling corn, 1913

  • Box 9, item 331
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Mr. Hackert and family, 1913

  • Box 9, item 332
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Some were the first to help in building this school , 1913

  • Box 9, item 333
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Hauling tanbark near Oneida, Clay County, to the railroad at Manchester, 1913

  • Box 11, item 334-335
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Kentucky Beech Woods, Clay County, 1913

  • Box 3, item 336
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Clay County courthouse at Manchester, 1913

  • Box 9, item 337
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Clay County, Matlack Collection, 1913

  • Box 11, item 338
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Family, near Oneida, Clay County; Matlack Collection, 1913

  • Box 11, item 339-340
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Hunter, near Oneida, Clay County; Matlack Collection, 1913

  • Box 11, item 341
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Two cows and two boys by a creek, undated

  • Box 9, item 342
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Mines and strip mining, 1884, 1907-1976, undated

No. 6, Olive Hill, Carter County Kentucky; No. 33, Bath County Iron Mines; Screening and loading incline, 1884

  • Box 3, item 343
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Mining coal by steam shovel in Laurel County, 1907

  • Box 3, item 344
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Courtesy Island Creek. Coal Company, Lexington; Mine No. 3 Wheatcroft Kentucky, 1910

  • Box 9, item 345
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Coal mine, Oneida, Clay County, 1913

  • Box 11, item 346
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Courtesy Island Creek. Coal Company, Mine no. 8, Sturgis, Kentucky, 1917

  • Box 9, item 347
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Courtesy Island Creek. Coal Company , Lexington; Shamrock Mine, St. Bernard Mining Company, Providence, Kentucky, 1924

  • Box 9, item 348
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Mine disaster near Greenville, Kentucky, Luigart, 1968

  • Box 3, item 349
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Mine cave-in; Courier-Journal state, 1971 July 17

  • Box 11, item 350
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Mine cave-in No. 2; Courier-Journal state; Mike Coers, 1971 July 17

  • Box 11, item 351
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Coal of West Kentucky; Courier-Journal news and Courier-Journal Sunday also for Ann MacKinnon; 3- Coal out-croppings along US 62 just west of the Green River and close to the Kentucky Parkway, 1973 December 13

  • Box 10, item 352
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Strip mines of Bell County (Middlesboro) coal industry is going full blast around Middlesboro and most of Kentucky as is obvious from the air views., 1975 June 9

  • Box 10, item 353
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New deep mine being started in Perry County South of Hazard and Lothair; Billy Davis, 1975 June 9

  • Box 10, item 354
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Strip mine North of Whitesburg and a little west of their airport. This is Letcher County but very close to Knott County, 1975 June 9

  • Box 10, item 355
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Strip mine North of Whitesburg and a little west of their airport. This is Letcher County but very close to Knott County, 1975 June 9

  • Box 10, item 356
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Strip mines of Bell County (Middlesboro) coal industry is going full blast around Middlesboro and most of Kentucky as is obvious from the air views., 1975 June 9

  • Box 10, item 357-362
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Coal of West Kentucky; B. Davis; Courier-Journal news and Courier-Journal Sunday also for Ann MacKinnon; coal out-croppings along US 62 just west of the Green river and close to the Western Parkway, 1975 December 11

  • Box 3, item 363
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Coal of West Kentucky, outcroppings along US 62 just west of the Green River and close to the Western Parkway; man standing looking at coal out-croppings, 1975 December 11

  • Box 3, item 364
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West Kentucky coal out croppings, 1975 December 11

  • Box 3, item 365
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Coal of West Kentucky; Courier-Journal news and Courier-Journal Sunday also for Ann MacKinnon, 1975 December 11

  • Box 11, item 366-367
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Coal of West Kentucky; Courier-Journal news and Courier-Journal Sunday also for Ann MacKinnon; 3- Coal out-croppings along US 62 just West of the Green River and close to the Western Parkway, 1975 December 11

  • Box 10, item 368
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Coal of West Kentucky; Courier-Journal news and Courier-Journal Sunday also for Ann MacKinnon; 6- Close up of a church and grave yard with coal out croppings just below the ground., 1975 December 11

  • Box 10, item 369
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Coal of West Kentucky; Courier-Journal news and Courier-Journal Sunday also for Ann MacKinnon; 4- Peabody's big shovel doing it thing on east side of Green Dam, 1975 December 11

  • Box 10, item 370
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Coal of West Kentucky; Courier-Journal news and Courier-Journal Sunday also for Ann MacKinnon; 2- Strip mines along the Western Parkway, 1975 December 11

  • Box 10, item 371
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Augar holes of U.S. Steel dot the mountains around Lynch, Kentucky; looking West, 1976 January 15

  • Box 10, item 372
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Coal comes from a deep mine of U.S. Steel's in the mountains of east Kentucky above the town of Lynch; looking Northwest, 1976 January 15

  • Box 10, item 373
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Coal out-croppings along Kentucky 15 South of Hazard; looking South, 1976 January 15

  • Box 10, item 374-375
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Bad print, view of strip mines and winding roads in valley, 1976 January 15

  • Box 10, item 376
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4. Hopkins County Kentucky, coal stripped for mining; 3. Hopkins County Kentucky stripping, Coaltree Mining Company; 5. Hopkins County Kentucky Coal at Crabtree Mines; 6. Hopkins County Kentucky pit mining coal, Crabtree Mining Company, 1921 May 8

  • Box 3, item 377
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1. Hopkins County Kentucky, stripping coal, Crabtree Mining Company, 1921 May 8

  • Box 9, item 378
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Ambulance wait at mine entrance near Providence, Kentucky, after 28 miners were feared to be killed after being trapped underground following a gas explosion. 19 miners dead., 1939 July 16

  • Box 3, item 379
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Electro-Magnetic Cranes; American Compressed Steel Corporation 1311 River Road, 1941 August 28

  • Box 3, item 380
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Strip mining: Kentucky's Newest and Heavy Industry, 1948 February 17, 29

  • Box 3, item 381-384
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Strip mining No. 1; Courier-Journal Sunday; TV Miller Jr., 1949 June 2

  • Box 3, item 385
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Strip mining; Courier-Journal Sunday; TV Miller Jr., 1949 June 2

  • Box 3, item 386-387
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Strip mining, 1949 June 2

  • Box 3, item 388
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Coal processing, Jenkins, Kentucky, 1952 April 24

  • Box 3, item 389-393
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Mining; high school boys visit mines in Eastern Kentucky, 1953 April 29

  • Box 3, item 394
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Leslie County coal mining, 1954 June 7

  • Box 3, item 395
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Mining; Strip: Leslie and Perry?, 1955 July

  • Box 3, item 396-398
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Coal (coal story...); Griffin, 1958 July 13

  • Box 3, item 399
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Coal Feature, 1959 September 21

  • Box 3, item 400-401
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Strip mine, Hazard Kentucky, 1960 January 25-26

  • Box 3, item 402-404
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Strip mines, eastern Kentucky, 1960 October 8

  • Box 4, item 405
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Strip mine, Hazard, Kentucky, 1960 September 25-26

  • Box 4, item 406
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Strip mining, eastern Kentucky, 1961 May 25

  • Box 4, item 407
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Strip mining, 1962 January 1

  • Box 4, item 408
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Cloudburst in East Kentucky Mountains made close to Harlan on 119 between Pineville- conservation; Billy Davis, 1964 August

  • Box 4, item 409
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Strip mining hearing, Frankfurt, 1964 February 26

  • Box 11, item 410
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Western Kentucky water pollution and mining, 1965 August 9

  • Box 4, item 411-414
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Courier-Journal state; Vance; coal trucks and machinery, 1965 February 16

  • Box 4, item 415
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Auger: strip mining in East Kentucky copies, 1965 June

  • Box 9, item 416
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Copy strip mining aerial studio, 1965 June 29

  • Box 9, item 417
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Big coal car, 1965 October 8

  • Box 9, item 418
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Strip mining, eastern and western Kentucky, 1965 September 13

  • Box 4, item 419-420
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Auger Mining in eastern Kentucky, Giant shovel in West Kentucky, Reclamation in East Kentucky, 1965 September 13

  • Box 4, item 421
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Auger mining in East Kentucky, Giant Shovel in western Kentucky, Reclamation in East Kentucky, 1965 September 13

  • Box 4, item 422
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Strip mine landslides in Perry County, 1966 December 29

  • Box 4, item 423-425
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Strip mining town in West Kentucky, 1966 January 10

  • Box 11, item 426
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Committee meeting Frankfort strip mining, 1966 January 18

  • Box 4, item 427
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Strip mine hearing in Frankfort, 1966 January 19

  • Box 4, item 428
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Kyle Vance, industrial digging, 1966 June 21

  • Box 4, item 429
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Transfer from slides- copy- strip mining, 1966 March 18

  • Box 4, item 430-431
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Mining site with surrounding land and homes, people congregated in classroom, and man standing in front of a stone wall, 1967 January, October

  • Box 11, item 432
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Copies of strip mine, 1967 May 15

  • Box 4, item 433
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Copy strip mine, 1967 May 15

  • Box 9, item 434
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Copies of Kentucky strip mines, 1967 May 5

  • Box 4, item 435
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Mining entrance with machinery, 1967 May 5

  • Box 4, item 436
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Copies of Kentucky strip mines studio, 1967 May 5

  • Box 4, item 437
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Multiple images of various mining -related things; men running tests, site with gas and a danger keep out sign, land with fog/gas, flat land with rocks and grass, man crouched by rocks, men operating equipment, 1967-1968

  • Box 11, item 438
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Vance; [unnamed mining site with trucks and equipment], 1968 November 19

  • Box 4, item 439
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Water pollution- coal mines near Pikeville, 1968 September 11

  • Box 11, item 440
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Eastover Mining Company, Brookside, Kentucky, Kimmel, 1974 March 11

  • Box 4, item 441
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Coal of west Kentucky, outcroppings along US 62 just west of the Green River and close to the Western Parkway, 1975 December 11

  • Box 4, item 442
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Silas Daniels, Earlington; St. B. West Kentucky mines, circa 1940s

  • Box 4, item 443
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Store and office buildings of the Procter Coal Company mines at Red Ash, Whitley County, circa 1887

  • Box 4, item 444
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Coal mine tipple, Whitley County, circa 1887

  • Box 4, item 445
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Mine camp of the Procter Coal Company at Red Ash, Whitley County, circa 1890

  • Box 4, item 446
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Mine entrance, undated

  • Box 4, item 447-448
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Eastover Mining Company, Brookside, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 4, item 449-450
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Unknown mining site, undated

  • Box 4, item 451
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A shop, houses, and mining site by railway, MacKinnon; Bovies; Dawson Daylight, undated

  • Box 4, item 452
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Unidentified mining site, undated

  • Box 4, item 453
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84 inch Anger hole in Knott County, Dick Kelly Mines, undated

  • Box 4, item 454
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Courtesy Island Creek, Coal Company, West Kentucky Dio. Office Mcelismville, undated

  • Box 9, item 455
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Courtesy Island Creek, Coal Company, Lexington; West Kentucky Empire Mining Company, P.O. Hopkinsville, undated

  • Box 9, item 456
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Courtesy Island Creek Coal Company, Lexington; Tipple Mine no.8, Sturgis Kentucky, undated

  • Box 9, item 457
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Duncan Coal Company; Graham-Skibo mine, undated

  • Box 9, item 458
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Energy Crisis, Orville Scott, 1513 Chusty Ave, lading a semi with coal at the Chas Buddeke Coal Company at 950 Swan, 1973 November 26

  • Box 11, item 459
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Energy Crisis, roll 2, Scott redistributes load in truck, 1973 November 26

  • Box 11, item 460
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Mining; mines in rescue, 1952 September 12

  • Box 4, item 461-462
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Man on top of hill/valley with truck dumping off the cliff, 1966 May 31

  • Box 4, item 463
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New coal gondola, 1967 August 14

  • Box 9, item 464
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Mining camp of the Procter Coal Company at Red Ash, Whitley County; office, store, and boarding house above the camp, circa 1887

  • Box 4, item 465
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No. 6 seam exposed by steam shovel; Bovies Collection, Dawson Daylight, undated

  • Box 4, item 466
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Borderland Coal building in Roanoke, Virginia, undated

  • Box 4, item 467
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Central Coal and Iron Company, Central City; Ray Lam Sales Collection, undated

  • Box 9, item 468
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Kyle Vance; Courier-Journal state; Mining equiptment and carts among landscape, 1966 March 30

  • Box 4, item 469
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Bovies Collection, Dawson Daylight; piles of coal, mining equiptment and heavy machinery, newly completed Tipple, undated

  • Box 4, item 470
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Bovies Collection, Dawson Day; mining equiptment and heavy machinery moving piles of rocks/coal, undated

  • Box 4, item 471
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Doc Bick, Beech Creek sits in front yard watching strip mine shovel, 1970 October 5

  • Box 4, item 500
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Williams; small mine owners- Odell Hamby; no. 2 3-7 O. Hamby shows land that could be reclaimed but was stripped before the new state laws were passed. The land was used by other miners.; 10-15 Hamby in front of his office., 1974 August 1

  • Box 4, item 501
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Small mine owners- St. Charles: Odell Hamby; Odell Hamby talks on the phone in his office with his daughter Felicia 17 and secretary Frances Templeton who works for him in the background; Hamby shows land that is being reclaimed that his company has used, 1974 August 1

  • Box 11, item 502
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Mining- High school boys visit mines in Eastern Kentucky, 1953 April 29

  • Box 11, item 540
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Disabled miners, 1958 June 2

  • Box 5, item 542
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Mining, disabled miners; miners homes at Cary, Kentucky; Close up of man standing and blind miner man as well as 1 legged miner, 1958 June 2

  • Box 11, item 543
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Miner in low cavern hitting wall with pickaxe; No.1 Page 46-47, C.J. Magazine, December 1, undated

  • Box 10, item 639
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Head shot of dirt-covered miner with headlamp; No. 8 page 52, C.J. Magazine, December 1, undated

  • Box 10, item 640
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Two miners operate drill in low mine; No 5, page 50-51, C.J. Magazine, December 1, undated

  • Box 10, item 641
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Mine Rescue Team; Jenkins, Wheelwright, 1953 September 28

  • Box 6, item 650
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Mine Rescue Team; Consol C. Jenkins, winner 1st place white will reg Big Sady- Elk C. Mining Industry at International contest Fort Wayne; In order taken: Hendrix Mine, Mine No. 204 of Consol C. County, Mine No. 214 of Consolidation; Inland Steel Comany's mine at Wheelwright/ Hospital, Hazard Memorial, 1953 September 28; 1955 April 5

  • Box 6, item 651
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Mine safety contest, 1965 October 4

  • Box 9, item 653
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Mine Rescue Contest, 1965 October 4

  • Box 9, item 654
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Deep mine of Jenkins, Kentucky, Bethlehem Steel Company, circa 1967

  • Box 13, folder 6
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Miners, undated

  • Box 13, folder 7
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Otto Rothert, 1866-circa 1910, undated

General Don Carlos Buell, 1866

  • Box 9, item 472
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Buell's house at Airdrie, 1900

  • Box 9, item 473
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Kentucky-Midland mine, circa 1910

  • Box 9, item 474
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McLean County, undated

  • Box 9, item 475
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People, 1887-1975, undated

Crowd looking at man in gray suit; man in gray suit walking through crowd; man in gray suit standing on podium behind sign that says Mountain Parkway, 1953 May 10

  • Box 4, item 476
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Group of people standing on rocky soil, picking up things from ground; man and woman stand by the bedside of old woman; construction trucks from hill, 1966 August 16

  • Box 4, item 478
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Real estate exchange in Big Stone Gap, Virginia, 1887

  • Box 4, item 480
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Family, probably Letcher or Pike County, 1890

  • Box 4, item 481
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Two women in dresses at a quarry, 1913

  • Box 4, item 483
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Two women in dresses at a quarry, 1913

  • Box 9, item 485
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Big Henry Husley, 1913

  • Box 9, item 487
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Girl standing on porch of wooden house, 1913

  • Box 9, item 489
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Going to the grist mill, 1913

  • Box 9, item 490
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Man with white beard and black hat sits on porch with woman in checkered dress, 1913

  • Box 9, item 491
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Harralson Collection, West Kentucky Coal operators gathered in Central City 1918, 1918

  • Box 9, item 492
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Robert D. Brooks, Sr, manager of the Graham Company Store and Coal office, 1920

  • Box 9, item 493
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Harrelson Collection; Dewey Vincent, Dewey Stewart, Les Gassett, K.F. White, 1920

  • Box 9, item 494
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Snake cult, Kentucky, 1940

  • Box 4, item 495
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Superstitions- Kentucky Mountain people, 1940

  • Box 4, item 496
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Snake cult- Kentucky, 1940

  • Box 11, item 497
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Woman in light clothes walks through woods with walking stick, 1970 August 17

  • Box 4, item 498
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Dog runs through a path in the woods with man, 1970 August 17

  • Box 4, item 499
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David, Kentucky; Kimmel; Mike McFarland mows the lawn in front of the St. Vincent Mission, 1975 August 8

  • Box 11, item 503
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David, Kentucky; Kimmel; Harry Greene, 15 (taller) and Frank Newsoure, both of David, shoot pool upstairs in a section of the David School, 1975 August 8

  • Box 11, item 504
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Petroleum Marketers Association, convention at Brown Hotel, 1938 February 3

  • Box 4, item 507
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Petroleum convention at Brown Hotel, 1942 February 10

  • Box 5, item 515
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Tway, R.C, 1942 January 20

  • Box 5, item 516
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Peter Campbell- retiring Regional Director of C.I.O. in Kentucky, 1942 July 1

  • Box 5, item 521
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Weyler, E. H., 1942 March 21

  • Box 5, item 522
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OPA Anniversary Dinner, 1944 January 5

  • Box 5, item 524-527
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Trestle held down by coal cars, Fred Morgan, bridge and building foreman for I. C. Railway, 1945 March 7

  • Box 5, item 529
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Snake handlers, 1947 October 26

  • Box 5, item 530-537
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Snake handlers; T.V. Miller, 1947 October 26

  • Box 5, item 538
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REA annual business meeting at McKee, 1960 July 21

  • Box 5, item 544
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REA annual business management at McKee, 1960 July 21

  • Box 9, item 545
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Young doctor- McKee; TV Miller Jr., 1960 November 2

  • Box 5, item 546
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Men sitting around in field on barrels, against trees, and on the ground, 1913

  • Box 9, item 548
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Picture of photo on wall of a line of people in front of large building with horse drawn carriages, 1963 September 19

  • Box 9, item 550
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Copy negatives of old prints; [ workers in factory working at stations], 1965 August 7

  • Box 9, item 553
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Vance; [man poses in front of a General Tire building, a man leans on police car near street, Man poses with two others in front of General Tire], 1965 May 11

  • Box 5, item 554
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Backhoe contest, 1965 May 22

  • Box 5, item 555
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Important pictures, families and log cabin, 1965 May 3

  • Box 5, item 556
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Copies- Important Pictures- people, 1965 May 3

  • Box 5, item 557
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Workers covered in dirt sitting around in a US Department of the Interior Mobile Training and Decontamination Unit Vehicle; Vance, 1965 September 14

  • Box 5, item 558
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RECC Beauty Contest, 1965 September 15

  • Box 5, item 559
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Vance; Man stands in front of dirt road and woods, Men pose near and on machinery, line of people on train tracks on bridge, 1965 September 16

  • Box 5, item 560
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Miss RECC beauty contest, 1966 August 24

  • Box 5, item 561
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Coal miners, strode pix, 1966 January 11

  • Box 9, item 562-563
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Two men having a discussion in front of valley/cliffs, 1966 January 9

  • Box 5, item 564
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Workers standing around pump, mining tower and equipment, and a wooden home by tree; Harry Bolser, 1966 March 18

  • Box 5, item 565
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Harry Bolser; men standing around pump and machinery, mine tower and machines, 1966 March 18

  • Box 5, item 566
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Workers in white hardhats and light clothing standing around cave/mine entrance; Kyle Vance, 1966 May 19

  • Box 5, item 567
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Students in classroom, group converged outside and in meeting hall, 1967 January 17-February 24

  • Box 5, item 568
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Kyle Vance; group of people holding an outdoor discussion, man in white shirt and khaki pants talks to others, man in striped shirt and brown hat stands and listens to another man, 1967 July 18

  • Box 5, item 569
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RECC Queen Fair, 1968 August 21

  • Box 9, item 570
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Stevens; Courier-Journal state; men standing gazing at rocks and land, far away shots of land with trees and rocks, men building structures, men running tests, 1969 June 16

  • Box 11, item 571
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Wolfe County, Kentucky; Man stands in open air work station, 1969 October

  • Box 5, item 572
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Wolfe County, Kentucky; white horse walks connected to harness attached to machine where man sits putting sticks in, 1969 October

  • Box 5, item 573
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Party of coal buyers, Big Sandy Valley, circa 1890

  • Box 5, item 574
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Robert Simpson, standing, and friends: miners in Muhlenberg County., circa 1900

  • Box 5, item 575
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Group of people standing in front of a building, circa 1930

  • Box 5, item 576
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Men sitting in window of shack inside larger room, circa 1930s

  • Box 5, item 577
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Miner smoking, undated

  • Box 5, item 578
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Three men in hats and suits sitting on log cabin stairs, undated

  • Box 5, item 579
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Official document, Albert X. [Burks?] and Richard M. [Bowas?], undated

  • Box 5, item 580
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Town scenes with people, undated

  • Box 5, item 582
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Steamboat in canal with people on and surrounding it below house on hill, undated

  • Box 5, item 583
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Kirkpatrick, group of people standing on porch of building, undated

  • Box 5, item 584
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Men cutting logs with handsaw in woods, undated

  • Box 5, item 585
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Going to church in a jolt wagon, undated

  • Box 9, item 586
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Three unidentified men standing looking over wooden fence toward hills, undated

  • Box 5, item 587
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Young girl sitting on the shoulders of an older man wearing hard hat, undated

  • Box 5, item 588
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Five men in hats stand around each other, undated

  • Box 5, item 589
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Two unidentified men sit posing on machinery, undated

  • Box 5, item 590
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Unidentified men stand in crevice, one in sun and one in shadow, undated

  • Box 5, item 591-592
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Robert Simpson, standing, and friends: miners in Muhlenberg County., undated

  • Box 5, item 593
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Old woman Port Creek, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 5, item 594
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Different view of young girl sitting on the shoulders of an old man in hardhat, undated

  • Box 5, item 595
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Two men talk in front of camera and line in front of sign, undated

  • Box 5, item 596
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Unidentified man in glasses and dark shirt cutting out newspaper clippings, undated

  • Box 5, item 597
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Mourners at a funeral, undated

  • Box 5, item 598
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Dead man in casket surrounded by flowers; Photograph by Ford Reid, undated

  • Box 5, item 599
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Close up of crying mourners at a funeral, undated

  • Box 5, item 600
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Group of people sitting and looking off camera, undated

  • Box 5, item 601
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Woman in striped dress washes the face of a young child, undated

  • Box 5, item 602
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Two men sit on metal folding chairs on side of road in front of a heater, undated

  • Box 6, item 603
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Unidentified men stand in crevasse, one in sun and one in shadow, undated

  • Box 6, item 604
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Robert Simpson, standing, and friends: miners in Muhlenberg County., undated

  • Box 6, item 605
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T.J. Asher in his 76th year, undated

  • Box 6, item 606
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Portrait of man with mustache wearing a hat and dark jacket, undated

  • Box 6, item 607
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Smaller version of 333; man with mustache wearing a hat and dark jacket, undated

  • Box 9, item 608
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Young boy in overalls and hat stands biting a stick while young girl stands behind him looking, undated

  • Box 9, item 610
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A Scottish Duncan; Andrew Duncan, father of William Graham Duncan, mother of grandmother Jeanie Kelly, undated

  • Box 9, item 611
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Woman in white shirt sitting in oversize chair with blanket covering it, undated

  • Box 6, item 612
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Unidentified man; Kentucky Hills Handicrafts, undated

  • Box 6, item 613
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Woman in long dark dress with hair up stands on porch in front of machinery, undated

  • Box 9, item 614
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Woman in long dark dress with hair up stands on porch in front of machinery, undated

  • Box 6, item 615
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Young child in dark garment stands by stove in kitchen, undated

  • Box 9, item 616
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Two men in uniform stand looking off camera in front of door, undated

  • Box 9, item 618
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Man in uniform jacket stands in front of door, undated

  • Box 9, item 619
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Wedding; man leans on porch rail of small home with woman sitting in corner, undated

  • Box 6, item 620-622
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Mormtud family-not all at home, undated

  • Box 9, item 623
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Group of people standing around car, buildings, in street, on porches; woman stands near car, undated

  • Box 6, item 624
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Man with black hat and suit rides mule, undated

  • Box 9, item 625
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People in field near fence and trees, plowing and planting seeds (with mules), undated

  • Box 9, item 626
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Putting out garden, undated

  • Box 9, item 627
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Plowing, undated

  • Box 9, item 628
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Eight people pose for portrait in dark clothing, undated

  • Box 9, item 629
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Family stands in front of small log and stone cabin, hill and forest with fence and people at bottom, hill with trees with small log cabins at bottom, undated

  • Box 11, item 630
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Hotchcraft train with men sitting on front, undated

  • Box 11, item 631
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Group of people travel by horse and wagon down road at bottom of steep hill, shot from across waterway, undated

  • Box 11, item 632
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Unidentified man stands on partly-built structure in the woods, undated

  • Box 11, item 633-634
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Men standing in field working, undated

  • Box 6, item 635
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Man in white hardhat kneeling near mining transport cart filled with coal, undated

  • Box 6, item 636
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Man in hardhat and boots lays in enclosed underground area, undated

  • Box 6, item 637
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Five young children on wooden porch, undated

  • Box 6, item 638
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Wooden homes in row with people on porches and children playing out front, undated

  • Box 6, item 644-646
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Man and three children sit on porch of home, undated

  • Box 6, item 647
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Monticello to Burnside Stagecoach, John Burton collection in Monticello; traveled round trips each day from 1896-1915 stage line last in Kentucky to close, 1915

  • Box 6, item 648
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New Monon Locomotive; Looking over new diesel locomotive; Left to Right: Col. Frank Cheshire, General Manager of Monon; W.E. Jenks, Freight Agent; and F.E. Cannon, Assistant Freight Manager, 1947 January

  • Box 6, item 649
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Cover for Roto Magazine; Young man in uniform sitting looking at poster on ground captioned They're still giving, are you?, 1945 August 23

  • Box 6, item 655
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Luigart; group of people in corner of room filled with boxes; structure collapse and smoke, 1963 February 09, 1963 March 22

  • Box 6, item 656
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R.R. Kirkpatrick collection; Beech Creek Coal Company store- large group of people posing on porch, circa 1930

  • Box 6, item 657
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Steelwork picture page, Times News; Male workers sitting on steel beams in construction site, 1963 January 22

  • Box 6, item 658
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Handwritten deed for Arthur Bright, 1889 September 2

  • Box 6, item 659-661
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Politicians, 1920-1968, undated

Politicians riding circuit- Perry County, 1920

  • Box 9, item 662
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Kentucky Department of Health Board members, 1938 April 23

  • Box 6, item 663
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Organization: County Judges Association, Kentucky, convention at Brown Hotel, 1938 December 29

  • Box 6, item 664
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Tennessee Valley Authority and city officials confer on power use, J. A. Krug and J. C. Swidler in Brown Hotel lobby, 1941 April 3

  • Box 6, item 665
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Commonwealth attorneys (seated) J.B. Johnson, President and Thomas Burchett. (standing) George S. Clay and E.J. Felts, 1942 April 8

  • Box 6, item 666
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Republican Convention; J.E. Johnson, Jr. , Hazard, W.A. Stanfill & Dewey Daniel; Governor Willis speaks, 1944 April 25

  • Box 11, item 667
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Indiana Republican State Convention, 1944 June 1-2

  • Box 11, item 669
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Bricker, John W.; Government; Rally at Bowling Green, Kentucky; no. 28- shaking hands with Bowling green people no. 7- speaking to Bowling Green crowd no. 17 with Governor Wilis no. 24 with Mrs. Bricker, Mrs. Willis and Gov. Willis, 1944 October 2

  • Box 6, item 670
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Willis, Governor Simeon.; addressing joint session of the Kentucky General Assembly, 1945 August

  • Box 6, item 671
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B.F. Reed; Man sits alone in light, Group of men pose together on stairs, two men speak to one another, 1954 October

  • Box 6, item 672
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1st National Bank- Black Star Coal Company Deal; Henry Offutt, Robert Dorsey, C.A. Lee, Barry Still, Ben F. Reed, 1958 January 9

  • Box 6, item 673
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State Legislator W. Breuthitt; also closing hearing and strip mining, 1964 February 27

  • Box 9, item 674
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Franklin D. Roosevelt (son) visiting Irvine, Kentucky, 1964 May 20

  • Box 6, item 675
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Political picnic, Fancy Farm, Kentucky, 1966 August 6

  • Box 6, item 676
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Kentucky legislators in Pennsylvania looking at strip mines, 1966 January 17

  • Box 6, item 677
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Strip Mine Hearing, Frankfort, 1966 January 18

  • Box 6, item 678
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Strip Mine Hearing, Bud Kamenish; strip hearing summation by both sides, 1966 January 20

  • Box 6, item 679
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Strip Mine Hearing, Bud Kamenish; Mr. Bridge Ritchie speaking for a bill, 1966 January 20

  • Box 6, item 680
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Strip mining and Civil Rights bills, 1966 January 25

  • Box 6, item 681
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[Signing] Civil Rights Bill; Strip Mine Bill passing Senate and Senator Scott Miller for West Walkie Falkie, 1966 January 27

  • Box 6, item 682
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Governor Breathitt signs strip mine bill at J.O., 1966 January 28

  • Box 6, item 683
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Public hearing on state tax program in Frankfort, Kentucky, 1968 February 22

  • Box 6, item 684
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Pikeville mayor W. C. Hambley with Pikeville model, 1968 November 22

  • Box 9, item 685
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American Rolling Mill Plant, Ashland, Kentucky ; Molly Clowes Series; H. Davis, 1940 June 23

  • Box 6, item 686
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Mr. and Mrs. Combs-he was one of the charter board, 1913

  • Box 9, item 486
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Keen Johnson, 42nd Governor of Kentucky with Rodes K. Myers, Lieutenant Governor, 1939 December 13

  • Box 4, item 508
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Keen Johnson and Lyter Donaldson, head of the state highway commission and dispenser of patronage at the Kentucky hotel before convention, 1940 July 1

  • Box 4, item 511
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C.I.O. snaps president at White House, newly elected president of state industrial council and John Grigsby, council secretary-treasurer, 1942 April 10

  • Box 4, item 513
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Claude H. Farley, Pike County Superintendent of Schools, 1942 April 16

  • Box 5, item 514
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Hiram M. Brock, Jr., state representative from Harlan, Kentucky, 1942 January 6

  • Box 5, item 517
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Henry Arrowood, representative from Paintsville, Kentucky, 1942 January 6

  • Box 5, item 518
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Floyd Ball, representative from Middlesboro, Kentucky, 1942 January 6

  • Box 5, item 519
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Opening of General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky, Governor Johnson addressing the assembly, 1942 January 6

  • Box 5, item 520
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Edward H. Weyler, secretary treasurer, Kentucky State Federation of Labor, 1942 November 6

  • Box 5, item 523
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Keen Johnson with A. B. Chandler, 1939 October 9

  • Box 4, item 510
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Alben W. Barkley, 1944 September 30

  • Box 5, item 528
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Albert R. Smith, Evart's Police Chief; JD Housley, Mayor of Evart, 1951 April

  • Box 5, item 539
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Pikeville; F.P. Keesee, Pikeville- may be named new circuit judge; Hunter Thomas Irvine, also Beaver Valley, 1954 March 18

  • Box 5, item 541
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Mr. Combs, a noted judge, undated

  • Box 9, item 609
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Power plants and industry, 1890-circa 1915, 1941-1974, undated

Pipeline construction by Columbia Gulf Gas Transmission in Madison County, 1965 September 14

  • Box 6, item 668
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Making synthetic rubber at Goodrich Plant, 1944 April

  • Box 6, item 687-68
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Carbide and Carbon Plant- New Louisville Butadiene Plant, 1944 March 27

  • Box 6, item 689
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DuPont Neoprene Plant, 1944 May 2

  • Box 11, item 690
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Clitty Creek Electric Plant, Harlan, Kentucky, 1955 May 20

  • Box 6, item 691-692
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Big Sandy Power Plant groundbreaking, 1960 August 2

  • Box 6, item 693
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Big Sandy Power Plant, 1961 May 22

  • Box 6, item 694
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Paradise Plant, 1961 May 4

  • Box 6, item 695
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Ford assembly line, 1963 August 3

  • Box 6, item 696
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Paradise power plant, 1964 February 15

  • Box 6, item 697
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Big Rivers Power Plant, 1964 February 5

  • Box 6, item 698
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Logging in the Big Sandy Valley, 1890

  • Box 6, item 699
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Wheelwright, Floyd County, Inland Steel Company, 1946

  • Box 6, item 700
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Bethlehem Steel's operation about 8 miles east of Lynch and just South of Whitesbury, looking Southeast, 1976 January 15

  • Box 10, item 701
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Ford Motor Corporation Assembly Plant, Louisville, Kentucky, 1938 June

  • Box 9, item 702
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Pipeline construction by Columbia Gulf Gas Transmission in Madison County, 1965 September 14

  • Box 6, item 703
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Charcoal Burning Industry, Kentucky, Southern part of Jefferson County, 1940 February

  • Box 6, item 704
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Gasoline Barge on the Ohio River, 1942 June 25

  • Box 6, item 705
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Natural gas pipeline outside of Lebanon in Marion County, 1944 September 26

  • Box 6, item 706-713
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Uniontown, Kentucky oil well, 1945 August 25

  • Box 6, item 714
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Armco Steel, Ashland, Kentucky, T. V. Miller, 1947 August 8

  • Box 6, item 715-717
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Keen, laying pipeline, Texas Gas Transmission Corporation, 1949 July 26

  • Box 6, item 718
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LG&E plant, Harlan, 1963 September 25

  • Box 9, item 719
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Dawson Springs, Kentucky, industrial and development committee, 1963 September 6

  • Box 6, item 720
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Peabody Coal Company big shovel, 1965 December 4

  • Box 6, item 721
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Vance, working machinery in field, 1965 September 28

  • Box 6, item 722
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Buildings and cranes on wooded hillside, with house, 1974 November 12

  • Box 6, item 723
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Buildings and cranes on wooded hillside, 1974 November 12

  • Box 7, item 724
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Buildings and cranes on wooded hillside, undated

  • Box 7, item 725-727
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Central Preparation Plant, the Elk Horn Coal Corporation, brochure illustration, circa 1915

  • Box 7, item 728
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Factory with Peace be unto you billboard, undated

  • Box 7, item 729
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Soil Fuel Administration, undated

  • Box 7, item 730
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Wheelwright, Floyd County; Inland Steel Company, undated

  • Box 7, item 731
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Louisville, the Gateway to the South: Gas and Electric Co. sign at 2nd and River, warns of soot and smoke to come in winter, 1941 September 25

  • Box 7, item 732
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Rubber piles, fairgrounds, shows fields no.1-3. These tires are a portion of Kentucky's and Indiana's rubber collection. There are 16 such collection piles throughout the 48 states. The piles are 50 feet wide, 100 feet long and 15 feet high., 1942 September 3

  • Box 7, item 733
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Laying pipeline Texas Gas Transmission Corporation; taken South of Louisville; Courier-Journal Sunday, 1949 July 26

  • Box 7, item 734
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REA telephone system, Leslie Company, Hyden, Kentucky, 1960 September 27

  • Box 7, item 735
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Engineering machines, 1964 December 15

  • Box 7, item 736
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American Elevator Company, 1944 July 14

  • Box 7, item 737
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Roto Pressroom standard gravure corporation, 1946 September 3

  • Box 11, item 738
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Automobile assembly line, undated

  • Box 9, item 739
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Protests and strikes, 1920-1967, undated

Jeffersonville, Indiana; truck drivers strike, 1940 January

  • Box 7, item 740
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Coal mine strike in Harlan, Kentucky, 1959 March 10

  • Box 7, item 741
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Prohibition fight in Middlesboro, Kentucky, 1960 April 12

  • Box 7, item 742
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Central City union meeting protest on health cards, 1960 July 23

  • Box 7, item 743
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REA clinic and kitchens, 1960 June 1

  • Box 7, item 744
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Strip mine protest, 1965 June 22

  • Box 7, item 745-746
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Protesters holding signs in front of cars and a long building, 1966 August 25

  • Box 7, item 747
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Harry Bolser; protesters holding signs, 1966 November 17

  • Box 7, item 748
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Teachers strike, Pike County, 1967 October 9-10

  • Box 7, item 749
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Teachers strike, Pike County, 1967 October 9-10

  • Box 11, item 750
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Sign, United Mine Workers Association on strike, Brookside, undated

  • Box 7, item 751
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Men standing around a metal stove on the roadside by a sign that says U.M.W.A. on Strike, Brookside, undated

  • Box 7, item 752
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Protesters hold banners and signs, marching down the road among cameramen, protesting mining safety standards, undated

  • Box 7, item 753
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Close up of protestors holding banners and signs protesting mining safety standards, undated

  • Box 7, item 754
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Six men sit on and by a bench in front of store with posters, undated

  • Box 7, item 755
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Poster, Stop murder, UMWA, with American flag, undated

  • Box 7, item 756
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Sambine and Footney stick 'em up! , 1920

  • Box 9, item 757
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Railroads, 1882-1915, 1947-1968, undated

Richardson terminal of the Chattaroy railroad, 1882

  • Box 7, item 758
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Freight train, Henderson Division, 1915

  • Box 7, item 759
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Freight train, South Louisville yards, 1959 July 24

  • Box 9, item 760
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Train loading boxcars, 1963 February 7

  • Box 7, item 761
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Railroad; Dean, 1967 July

  • Box 7, item 762
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Tipple for filling railroad cars with coal. Proctor Coal Company, Whitley County, (a company which did not employ convicts), circa 1887

  • Box 7, item 763
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Railroad and wood cabin on hillside, undated

  • Box 7, item 764
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Railways and station, undated

  • Box 7, item 765
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Railroad and carts, undated

  • Box 7, item 766
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Tents next to railroad, undated

  • Box 7, item 767
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Train on railroad carrying loads of coal with men sitting on top, undated

  • Box 7, item 768
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Old No. 295 southwind engine at Union Station, 1947 October 11

  • Box 7, item 769
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Old diesel, Rr. Museum, 1968 July 1

  • Box 9, item 770
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Schools, 1883, 1940-1962, undated

One room school Letcher County on Cox's Creek; copy of mint - one shot to illustrate H. Caudill's book,Night Comes to the Cumberland, 1962

  • Box 9, item 771
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University of Kentucky, Mountain Listening Centers, 1940 April

  • Box 7, item 772-773
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Schools- University of Kentucky, Mountain Listening Centers, 1940 April

  • Box 11, item 774
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Experimental school, Estill County, Sloans Foundation, 1940 June

  • Box 7, item 775
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Schools-Kentucky, Sloan's Foundation, Experimental school, Estill County, 1940 June

  • Box 11, item 776
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Wolf and Powell county schools, eastern Kentucky, 1945 November 1-3

  • Box 7, item 777-784
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School: Religious foundation, Eastern Kentucky- Mount Carmel, Lawson, Kentucky, 1958 December 17

  • Box 7, item 785-786
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Fire hazards in schools in the station, 1958 December 17

  • Box 7, item 787
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School- relief foundation, East Kentucky; Mount Carmel, Lawson, Kentucky, 1958 December 17

  • Box 11, item 788
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Little Bullskin School; TV Miller, Jr., 1960 April 20

  • Box 7, item 789
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Goose Rock, Kentucky; Old and New school, 1960 January 13

  • Box 7, item 790
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Kindergarten class, undated

  • Box 9, item 791
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Group taking exams for County School teachers - most taught by Burns, undated

  • Box 9, item 792
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Section of Elkhorn coal from Elkhorn Creek, Pike County, Kentucky for the Louisville Exposition, 1883

  • Box 7, item 793
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Thruston Collection, 1886-1903, undated

Harlan County, whip-sawing near head of Browney's Cr., 1886

  • Box 7, item 794
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Knox County; Thruston Collection, 1887

  • Box 7, item 795
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Breathitt County blacksmith shop and coal dump whilst opening up the mine, 1890

  • Box 7, item 796
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Old town of Pineville Bell County, in Pineville Gap, 1890

  • Box 7, item 797
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Office of the coal mine of the Kentucky Union Land Company in Breathitt County, 1890

  • Box 7, item 798
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Jackson, Breathitt County, from cliffs opposite town, 1890

  • Box 7, item 799
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Harlan County, 1903

  • Box 7, item 800
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Elliott County, 1887?

  • Box 7, item 801
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Coal locomotive, Whitley County, Procter Coal Company near Jellico, Tennessee, 1887?

  • Box 7, item 802
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Breathitt County tip house and incline at Elkatawa, 1891 February

  • Box 7, item 803
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R. C. B. Thruston inspecting a vein of coal, Harlan County, 1903 September

  • Box 7, item 804
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Harlan Court House, circa 1887

  • Box 7, item 805
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Oil well, named Procter in honor of John R. Procter, Kentucky state geologist, undated

  • Box 7, item 806
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Construction site, undated

  • Box 7, item 807
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Section of coal cut for an exposition at New Orleans, Harlan County, undated

  • Box 7, item 808
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House of Mr. Davis, mine boss, at the coal mine of the Kentucky Union Land Company, Elkatawa, Breathitt County, 1890

  • Box 7, item 809
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Waterways, 1898-1968, undated

Moving steel, 1964 November 17

  • Box 9, item 810
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View on Cumberland River near Pikeville, undated

  • Box 9, item 811
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Ohio River steam towboat at Louisville, 1898

  • Box 7, item 812
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Kentucky River, 1913

  • Box 9, item 813
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Old Water Mill, 1913

  • Box 9, item 814
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Portland Canal, Louisville, Barbes going through locks, 1938 December 20

  • Box 5, item 815-816
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Ohio River- Louisville- Barges; 17 Barges Stir river front. 4 Steamers in operation above canal locks, 1939 November 3

  • Box 5, item 817
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Ohio River frozen over, from dam on Jeffersonville side, 1942 January 10

  • Box 5, item 818
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River front before blackout, from Washington Bridge, 1942 June 7

  • Box 5, item 819
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Water mill; old water mill ... Perry County, Kentucky, about 8 miles from Hazard, Kentucky on troublesome creek... an old-fashioned water mill, 1942 Summer

  • Box 5, item 820
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Ohio River Shore Line, 1944 November 22

  • Box 11, item 821
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River Feature, Louisville to Paducah on American Barge Line boat The Jefferson, 1946 July 24-25

  • Box 11, item 822
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Large River Tow; Engineer work boats coming near the KaI Bridge, 1947 December 31

  • Box 5, item 823
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Ferry on Ohio River at Hawesville, 1947 October 30

  • Box 5, item 824
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Shipping coal by barge down by Kentucky River, 1953 March 17

  • Box 11, item 825-826
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Buckhorn Reservoir impounding middle fork of Kentucky River, 1959 November 18

  • Box 11, item 827
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Magoffin County stream pollution, 1963 February 25

  • Box 5, item 828
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Boats in canal- Alpine Dam; Barley, 1963 January 26

  • Box 5, item 829
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4 rolls on water pollution (farming) in West Kentucky, 1965 August 9

  • Box 5, item 830
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Kentucky River; Magazine entry issue: Kentucky River - pollution, 1965 May 16, 1965 August 8

  • Box 5, item 831
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Steam locomotive getting water, Shelbyville, Kentucky, 1966 August 20

  • Box 5, item 832
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River banks with rocks and sand, 1966 January 20

  • Box 5, item 833
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Old river scenes copies; Barley, T. News, 1968 June 11

  • Box 5, item 834
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Wrecked sunken coal boats at Brown Island in the Ohio River- copy, circa 1910

  • Box 5, item 835
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Steamboat going through a lock in the lower Kentucky River, circa 1890

  • Box 5, item 836
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Courtesy Island Creek Coal Company, Lexington; West Kentucky Coal Company: 1. pump boat No. 11, Black Diamond, undated

  • Box 9, item 837
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Courtesy Island Creek Coal Company, Lexington; West Kentucky Coal Company: The Charles F. Richardson, undated

  • Box 9, item 838
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No. 29 Old water mill, undated

  • Box 9, item 839
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View on river, undated

  • Box 9, item 840
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View of the Cumberland River near Pikeville, undated

  • Box 9, item 841
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Raft through the [numamp?), undated

  • Box 7, item 842
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Workman Collection, 1903-1930s

J.W. Workman mines, Hopkins County; J.W. Workman, proprietor, standing behind mule; sons Leonard Workman, far left, Lester Workman, far right.; Small operations grew up alongside the big companies, and sold coal for local domestic use, or shipped it out on the railroads. The Workman mine was one of many small mines that dotted the western field., 1903

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Letterhead, J.W. Workman mines, Hopkins County, 1907

  • Box 11, item 844
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J. W. Workman mines, J. W. Workman, circa 1920s-1930s

  • Box 5, item 581
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J. W. Workman mines, Hopkins County, J. W. Workman and sons Lester and Ford Workman, 1913

  • Box 1, item 97
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Research files, 1887-1977, undated

Comprises manuscript research notes and printed materials on the history and development of the coal industry, with particular emphasis on Kentucky coal mines and communities. Printed materials consist of grey literature, reports, photocopies of articles and essays, theses, and mine and labor songbooks. Arranged first by research notes and thereafter alphabetically by title.

Research notes, articles and ads on coal, 1887-1972, undated

  • Box 12, folder 1
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Research notes and sources, 1924-1973, undated

  • Box 12, folder 2
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Research notes and typescript journal articles, 1940,1974, undated

  • Box 12, folder 3
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Research photocopies, coal miners and mines, undated

  • Box 12, folder 4-5
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Research photocopies and notes, 1971-1975, undated

  • Box 12, folder 6
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Notes accompanying photographs, 1974, undated

  • Box 12, folder 7
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Appalachian People's History Book, text by Suzanne Crowell, undated

  • Box 12, folder 8
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Articles on mining and the Appalachian south, 1913-1975

  • Box 13, folder 8
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Bibliography of Coal in Kentucky by the Kentucky Geological Survey of the University of Kentucky, 1970

  • Box 12, folder 9
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Black Lung Bill Battles Social Security by the Black Lung Association, undated

  • Box 12, folder 10
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Coal Creek Rebellion: East Tennessee Miners vs. Convict-Labor System a collection of two articles by Philip Foner and Archie Green, 1973 February

  • Box 12, folder 11
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Coal mine map of western Kentucky by the University of Kentucky Kentucky Geological Society, 1959

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The Coal Miner's Struggle in Eastern Kentucky by Paul Nyden, 1972 May

  • Box 12, folder 12
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Coal-Mining Safety in the Progressive Period: The Political Economy of Reform by William Graebner, 1976

  • Box 12, folder 13
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Compilation of Coal and Petroleum Production Data for Kentucky by Kentucky Geological Survey, 1958

  • Box 12, folder 14
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Conspiracy in Coal by T. N. Bethel, undated

  • Box 12, folder 15
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Constraints on Coal Development: Oversight Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment , 1977

  • Box 12, folder 16
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Dollars for Duke Power: Hell for Harlan County , undated

  • Box 12, folder 17
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Dreadful Memories! The Story of the 1931 Coal Strike in Harlan and Bell Counties, Kentucky by Bill Bishop, 1975

  • Box 12, folder 18
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Earlington: 1870-1970 , 1970

  • Box 12, folder 19
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The Economic Viability of the Small Underground Coal Mine in Eastern Kentucky: A Report for the Kentucky Department of Commerce by David H. Spaeth, 1964 July

  • Box 12, folder 20
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The Growth and Overdevelopment of the Kentucky Coal Industry, 1912-1929 by Albert Pearce, 1930

  • Box 12, folder 21
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Heart of Kentucky's Steel Industry by Joe Creason, 1947 September 7

  • Box 12, folder 22
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History of Development of Strip Mining Machines by John A. Hollingsworth, Jr., undated

  • Box 12, folder 23
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Mine and labor song books, 1970, 1972

  • Box 12, folder 24
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Mountain Exodus , undated

  • Box 12, folder 25
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A New Deal for Harlan: The Roosevelt Labor Policies in a Kentucky Coal Field, Ph.D. thesis by John Watts Hevener, 1971

  • Box 12, folder 26
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Old King Coal by R. L. Stearns in The Stearns Co-Operator, 1916 September 1

  • Box 12, folder 27
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One-Fourth of Kentucky: Eleven Stories on the Mountains Reprinted from the Courier-Journal by Molly Clowes, undated

  • Box 12, folder 28
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The Oral History Project of Coal Mine Workers in America, a bibliography by George Parkinson, undated

  • Box 12, folder 29
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People Speak Out on Strip Mining by Paul Nyden, undated

  • Box 12, folder 30
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Perry County, Kentucky: A History, by the Hazard Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1953

  • Box 12, folder 31
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Proceedings of the Citizens Public Inquiry into the Brookside Strike, Harlan County, Kentucky, 1974 March 11-12

  • Box 12, folder 32
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Southern Exposure vol. IV, no. 1-2, Here Come A Wind: Labor on the Move, 1976

  • Box 12, folder 33
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Strip Mining in Kentucky by the Kentucky Department of Natural Resources, 1965

  • Box 12, folder 34
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