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A man stands in the mining shaft holding an instrument to test the gas levels in the mine.
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.
Two men stand in a mine ambulance equipped to haul injured to the outside.
Group portrait of miners in rescue gear at the Mine Rescue Training Station at Kilsyth, W. Va.
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.
A display for coal safety with two men getting ready to start a film on a projector screen.
The first mining class being taught by U.G. Carter in Logan County, 1938.
Early Mining Extension class being taught by U.G. Carter in Logan County, 1938-1940.
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.
Group of miners looking over documents.
Let's Work Safe written on the safety cars.
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.
Group portrait of a mine safety team at Thomas, W. Va.
An emergency stretcher of the Davis Coal and Coke Company at Thomas, W. Va.
Boswell safety car on tracks outside of a building.
Men rehearsing mine safety procedures.
From left to right: Jake Sibloski, Walter Miller, Louis Roncaglione, Andrew Vargo and Fred Lamb.
Crowds gather to watch miners participate in Safety Day exercises.
Cars line the hillside above the stadium where Safety Day exercises are held.