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Gadus Carbonarius, The Coal Fish.

Coal heaver.

Copy of a map of part of the Frostburgh Coalfield : as compiled from actual survey

Pittsburgh and Allegheny, from Coal Hill, 1849.

The Minehill gap near Broad Mountain. Coal region near Pottsville, PA.

Coal mine near Montrose [...]

Coal chutes, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Coal mine no. 8.

Coal breaker no. 8.

Coal train bound to the front.

Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co.'s steel works.

Coal mine opening.

Coal chutes, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Coal shutes, Mauch Chunk.

Coal train bound to the front.

View down No. 20 Plane, of the Pa. Coal Co.'s Gravity Road.

Coal chutes, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Coal drift, Boulder county, Colorado.

Coal formation [?], Manitou Grand Caverns.

Coal drift, Boulder county, Colorado.

Coal Incline, Caperton, West Virginia.

Coal mine opening.

View up No. 20 Plane, of the Pa. Coal Co.'s Gravity Road.

Penn’a Coal Co’s machine shops at Dunmore.

View from the Coal Pockets, Lackawaxen.

Coal chutes, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co.'s steel works.

Coal mine no. 8.

Coal shutes, Mauch Chunk.

Coal breaker no. 8.

View up No. 20 Plane, of the Pa. Coal Co.'s Gravity Road.

Coal mine no. 8.

Coal mine no. 8.

Coal formation [?], Manitou Grand Caverns.

View from the Coal Pockets, Lackawaxen.

Coal mine near Montrose [...]

Coal mines of the Westmoreland Coal Co., Spring Hill, near Wall’s Station.

Coal mine no. 8.

Coal mine no. 8.

Coal shutes, Mauch Chunk.

No. 10 Colliery and Plane of the Pa. Coal Co.'s Gravity Road.

View down No. 20 Plane, of the Pa. Coal Co.'s Gravity Road.

Coal train waiting to be weighed.

Slate pickers, Anthracite Coal Mining, Scranton, Pa., U.S.A.

Coal train waiting to be weighed.

Coal breaker no. 8.

Slate pickers, Anthracite Coal Mining, Scranton, Pa., U.S.A.

Coal breaker no. 8.

Coal mines of the Westmoreland Coal Co., Spring Hill, near Wall’s Station.

Coal shutes, Mauch Chunk.

No. 10 Colliery and Plane of the Pa. Coal Co.'s Gravity Road.

Penn’a Coal Co’s machine shops at Dunmore.

Coal Incline, Caperton, West Virginia.

Parus ater. Coal Tit.

Coal miner, his wife and two children, [notice the child's legs], Bertha Hill, West Virginia, Sep. 1938.

Coal beds of Bear River

Hudson County, V. 8, Double Page Plate No. 8 [Map bounded by Hackensack Turnpike Rd., Coal Dock Rd., Hudson River, 17th St.]

Norfolk and Western Coal Piers, Norfolk, Va.

Coaling at Key West, Fla.

Coaling at Key West, Fla.

New River Steam Coal.

Coal Docks, Duluth, Minn.

Coal unloading tower on west 58th Street pier.

Dumping culm, slate pile, Anthracite Coal Mining, Scranton, Pa., U.S.A.

Dumping culm, slate pile, Anthracite Coal Mining, Scranton, Pa., U.S.A.

General post office, Nagasaki.

The "General" in the Union Station, Chattanooga, Tenn.

ANNIVERSARY DINNER [held by] LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION COMPANY [at] "UNION LEAGUE CLUB, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE);)

ANNIVERSARY DINNER [held by] LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION COMPANY [at] "UNION LEAGUE CLUB, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE);)

Coal miners, Jenkins, Kentucky

Coal miner's child, Omar, West Virginia

Coal slack pile near Omar, West Virginia

Coal miners, Jenkins, Kentucky

Coal mine, West Virginia

Coal slack pile near Omar, West Virginia

Harlem Coal Yard

Coal mine, West Virginia

Coal cars in railroad yard at Williamson, West Virginia

Coal slack pile near Omar, West Virginia

Coal miners, Jenkins, Kentucky

Coal slack pile near Omar, West Virginia

Coal miners, Jenkins, Kentucky

Miner working with Consolidated Coal Company, Kentucky

Coal mine, West Virginia

Coal miner's child, Omar, West Virginia

Coal mine, West Virginia

Miner working with Consolidated Coal Company, Kentucky

Coal mine, West Virginia

Coal cars in railroad yard at Williamson, West Virginia

Miner working with Consolidated Coal Company, Kentucky

Coal miners, Jenkins, Kentucky

Coal miners, Jenkins, Kentucky

Coal miners, Jenkins, Kentucky

Coal miners, Jenkins, Kentucky

Miner working with Consolidated Coal Company, Kentucky

Coal mine, West Virginia

Coal yard owned by United Cooperative Society, Fitchburg, Mass.

Coal yard owned by United Cooperative Society, Fitchburg, Mass.

Burns Brothers Coal elevator and U.S.S. Illinois: Armory for Navy reserves, West 135th Street pier, Manhattan.

Bankhead Store, Cane Creek Coal Mining Company. Bankhead, Alabama.

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