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Members of the First Aid group are lined up with their hard hat lights shining at midnight on August 24, 1934.
Man properly carrying prop and setting safety timber.
Two miners dust the rocks at Consol Mine No. 207 for safety.
Miners ride out of the mine in Boswell safety cars.
Two miners dust the side walls of Mine No. 207 for safety.
'Safety first is stressed in every possible way in White Oak mines. Note the posts set to protect this man at his labor. He is waiting for another mine car so he can clean up his work place and make it ready for the mining machine crew who will cut it during the night ready for him to work tomorrow.'
Group portrait of an inspection party on horses at Consolidation Mine No. 214.
Group portrait of an inspection party at Consolidation Mine No. 204.
Rescue box with lid open to see inside contents.
Man standing in first aid room with various equipment on top of table.
Group portrait of men, some in rescue attire, standing in front of the mine rescue car.
First aid toom with chair and table.
State Mine rescue station at the Jamison No. 9 Mine.
Mr. McDowell, first from left, and the Miners Rescue team at Thomas, W. Va.
Outside view of the Carlisle Mine Rescue Station with a man standing in the doorway.
Safety float of the New River Coal and Coke Co. on the Fourth of July. Floats with safety themes highlighted many parades in Fayette and Raleigh Counties.
Group of miners in a safety class.
Miner sitting in between posts that hold the roof of the mine up. 'Safety First is stressed in every possible way at White Oak mines.  Note the posts to protect this man at his labor.  He is waiting for another mine car so he can clean up his working place and make it ready for the mining machine crew who will cut it during the night, ready for him to work tomorrow.'
Men practicing first aid techniques at Beall High School in Frostburg.
Two pictures of a miner retracking a mine car. Left is the safe way to retrack, right is the unsafe way to retrack.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch.
Fire boss board at Jamison Mine No. 9.
Four pictures showing the proper and wrong ways to scotch and clean under cages.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures on a practice victim.
Rescue box with lid open to see contents inside.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures.
Crowds watch groups of men rehearsing mine safety procedures.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch near parking area.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch.
Safety First Sign on metal framing at coal mine facilities in Thomas, W. Va.
Men in white uniform work on a practice victim.
Men in white uniforms watch mine safety exercises.
Men watch as teams participate in safety and rescue training exercises.
Man speaks into a microphone on a platform.  Other men standing on platform.
Examination table and medical supplies.
Cars line the hillside above the stadium where Safety Day exercises are held.
Crowds gather to watch miners participate in Safety Day exercises.
From left to right: Jake Sibloski, Walter Miller, Louis Roncaglione, Andrew Vargo and Fred Lamb.
Men rehearsing mine safety procedures.
Boswell safety car on tracks outside of a building.
An emergency stretcher of the Davis Coal and Coke Company at Thomas, W. Va.
Group portrait of a mine safety team at Thomas, W. Va.
Miners carrying an injured person on a stretcher while a man films. W.J. Wolf and Frank Brooks the Supt. of Mine 86 are included in the picture.
Let's Work Safe written on the safety cars.
Group of miners looking over documents.
Miners Workshop-Safety and Accident Prevention. Members of local unions from mining counties take this short refresher course to prepare to take the State Mine Examination.
Early Mining Extension class being taught by U.G. Carter in Logan County, 1938-1940.
The first mining class being taught by U.G. Carter in Logan County, 1938.
A display for coal safety with two men getting ready to start a film on a projector screen.
Mine Safety Training at Eagle Mine Laing No. 1. Standing Left to Right are; U.G. Carter, Director, Mining Extension Service; R.L. Robertson, Mine Foreman; Howard Thompson, Safety Director, Department of Mines; Bennett Ferguson, Mobile Class Instructor; Julius Blaney, Fireboss. Seated Left to Right, Safety Committeemen Thomas Franklin, Clinton Phipps, Bullard Richards and Daniel Bryant, Section Foreman.
Group portrait of miners in rescue gear at the Mine Rescue Training Station at Kilsyth, W. Va.
Two men stand in a mine ambulance equipped to haul injured to the outside.
Two men of the Dunglen No. 11 Mine, owned by Hanna Coal Company, inspecting a piece of equipment in front of a ambulance coal cart.
A man stands in the mining shaft holding an instrument to test the gas levels in the mine.