Lynch, Kentucky- Largest Coal Camp in the World
Negative, Glass-plate

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Record 887/958
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Collection U.S. Coal & Coke Co. and International Harvester Image Collection
Photographer U.S. Coal and Coke Co.
Description Black and white glass plate negative of a miner working in #30 mine in Lynch, Kentucky. Caption on print photograph reads "1st right hdg. off #30 main picking down coal seam here dipping at 22% to face covering 300' amt. driven 4,900' to be driven 15.300'."
Medium Black & White Glass Plate Neg.
Object ID 1984.001.1740
Object Name Negative, Glass-plate
Place Lynch, Kentucky
Subjects Coal mining
Lynch, Kentucky
Mine #30
U.S. Coal and Coke Company
Film Size 6.5 x 8.5"
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