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Front Row 'Left to Right'; N.T. Berry, North Western-Hanna, R.C. Larsen,North Western-Hanna, J.J. Larsen, North Western-Hanna. Back Row 'Left to Right'; Robert O'Conner, North Western-Hanna, J.E. Fier, North Western-Hanna, G.M. Allis, North Western-Hanna, M.L. Zhan, North Western-Hanna, Alfred Christopherson, North Western-Hanna, Harry Turner, Superintendent, Loveridge Mine.
A coal cutter with nine foot cutting blade at work in Consol. Coal Co. Mine No. 32, Owings, W. Va.
Close-up view of roof drill in action. Man in background is tightening bolt with air powered wrench at Consol. No. 204, Jenkins, Ky.
Two men sitting on a bench in a mine in an underground mine.  Sign reads, 'It is a dischargeable offence to run over any cable.'
Two men running a roof bolter in Jamison No. 9 mine.
Men at work with loading machine and shuttle car. Probably Joy Machinery.
Miners at work with loading machine and shuttle car.
Miner on a small, track mounted, cutting machine.
A miner operating a coal cutting machine.
Two men cutting coal in the parting.
Man cutting coal in Consol. Coal Co. Mine in Kentucky. Note the roof supports using jacks.
Two men operating a loading machine.
Miners leaving roofed man trip car at shifts end.
Two miners operate the breast type coal cutting machine.
Two miners operate a track mounted coal cutting machine.
Two men stand beside rail cars.  A cart a motor sits in  front of them.
A miner empties his shuttle car.
A miner moves a fully loaded shuttle car down the mine shaft.
Coal miner's shower room.
A miner operates an electric shuttle car in the mine.
Caption on back reads, 'Making a cut in the coal face is this Mastodon of the machine age - an underground cutter.  Rubber tired for mobility, and mounting a 9-foot cutting blade armed with whirring steel bits, it can cut a full 360 degree arc.  This and similar machines give America's bituminous coal mines almost unlimited capacity for production.'