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Benham Coal Company Records, 1911

Part of Benham Coal Company Records

2008ms006 Benham Coal Company records, 1911-1973 2008MS006 Benham Coal Company records, 1911-1973 Finding aid prepared by Kate Black; Sheli Walker; Deana Thomas University of Kentucky Special Collections Special Collections Margaret I. King Building, North Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 (859) 257-8611 SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 2009 October 13 This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2015-05-12T13:11-0400 Describing Archives: A Content Standard Benham Coal Company Records 2008MS006 University of Kentucky Special Collections 151.0 Cubic feet 302 Boxes 1911-1973 The Benham Coal Company records (151 cubic feet, 302 Boxes; dated 1911-1973) focus primarily on the early years of Benham Coal through the 1940s, including office files, Employee Benefits Association records, files on accidents and safety, and photographs. Benham Coal Mines. (Benham, Ky.) International Harvester Company. Wisconsin Steel. Historical Note Located on the eastern side of Harlan County, Kentucky, Benham is a coal town developed by the Wisconsin Steel Company, a subsidiary of International Harvester.Beginning in 1910 with a purchase of 6000 acres near the community of Poor Fork (now Cumberland), the town was built as the coal was dug and the L & N Railroad constructed a spur from Pineville in Bell County. By September 1911, Benham Coal had shipped its first train car of coal to Chicago. As a captive mine, Benham Coals primary objective was to provide coal to its parent companys steel works. In short order, an industrial city was constructed from rural communities once tied together by subsistence agriculture to provide the raw material to another industrial city where steel was made. Within ten years, Benham could be described as a model coal camp, one with better quality housing with running water and electricity, schools, churches, a hotel, commissary, meat market, theatre, baseball diamonds, a doctor, and other amenities supplied by the company. The 1920 Report of the State Department of Mines described Benham as a beautiful little mountain city with a population of 1100. There are 609 dwellings and two community churches and five school buildings. Dr. A. C. Foster and three nurses take care of the sick of the city. Two YMCAs furnish amusement for the city. At the turn of the 19th century, Harlan County had few miners but by 1930 they constituted 75 percent of the countys male work force. The majority of those lived in either Benham or neighboring Lynch, another model coal town, owned by U. S. Coal and Coke, a subsidiary of U. S. Steel. By the late 1940s, and worsening in the 1950s, as the demand for coal diminished and mechanization rendered hand- loading obsolete, miners and their families from all over the coalfields had to look elsewhere for work. According to the 1945 Annual Report of the Kentucky Department of Mines and Minerals, Benham employed 578 miners and produced 692,791 tons of coal, all hand-loaded. By the 1970s, Benhams loss of population corresponded to its dwindling coal production. The Mines and Minerals 1976 Annual Report listed Benhams production for the year at only 408,217 tons, none of which were hand-loaded. In 1986, International Harvester left Benham altogether. Preferred Citation note 2008MS006: [identification of item], Benham Coal Company Records, 1911-1973, University of Kentucky Special Collections. Immediate Source of Acquisition note Gift, 1986. Arrangement note Collection is arranged into five series by subject: Office Files (Restricted), Employee Benefits Association (Restricted), Accidents Series (Restricted), Accidents and Safety (Restricted), and Photographs. Scope and Contents note The Benham Coal Company records (151 cubic feet, 302 Boxes; dated 1911-1973) focus primarily on the early years of Benham Coal through the 1940s. Office files covering topics such as accounts receivable, baseball club, coal production, garnishment orders, Harlan Coal Operators Association, labor conditions, medical conditions, production costs, schools, and YMCA (Colored) include correspondence, memoranda, forms, data, and other materials. Another strength of the collection is the voluminous records concerning employee benefits, including office correspondence, forms and other documents related to employees' membership status in the Employee Benefit Association (EBA) and related benefit plans (Group Life Insurance, Hospitalization and Surgical Benefits, Death Benefits); internal documents about the function of the EBA and its rules and regulations, annual financial reports, and statistics about the employee population in regard to age, work area, pay, etc., and case records, arranged alphabetically by last name, of benefit recipients, usually deceased, who were investigated by the EBA. These folders include medical information, legal investigation documents and correspondence and are restricted. Finally, nearly half of the collection is concerned with mining accidents including individual accident files from 1910-1976. Most of these latter files are restricted. In addition, the Benham Coal Records contain 66 photographic images, most of which are documentation for the individual accident case files. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in the following series and subseries are restricted through the year 2050 as follows: -Office Files series, Restricted Documents subseries (box 73) -Employee Benefits Association series, Membership Forms subseries (box 79, folder 9, and box 80, folders 12-15); Case Files subseries (boxes 83-85); and Individual Employee Files A-Z subseries (boxes 86-148) -Accident series (boxes 161-301) -Accidents and Safety series (boxes 149-160) The identification of any names of employees or their family members or their place of residence in any manner is prohibited. Also, these materials may not be photocopied, microfilmed, or reproduced in any way. Researchers must complete a manuscript restrictions form before access will be granted. Conditions Governing Use note Property rights reside with the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. For information about permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections. Benham Coal Mines. (Benham, Ky.) International Harvester Company. Wisconsin Steel. African American coal miners--Kentucky--Harlan County Benham (Ky.)--Biography Benham (Ky.)--History Coal miners--Kentucky--Harlan County Coal mines and mining--Appalachian Region Coal mines and mining--Appalachian Region--History. Coal mines and mining--Kentucky--Benham--History Company towns--Kentucky--Benham Harlan County (Ky.)--History Office Files (Restricted) Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in the following series and subseries are restricted through the year 2050 as follows: -Office Files series, Restricted Documents subseries (box 73, folders 1-13) The identification of any names of employees or their family members or their place of residence in any manner is prohibited. Also, these materials may not be photocopied, microfilmed, or reproduced in any way. Researchers must complete a manuscript restrictions form before access will be granted. Accounts Payable Scope and Contents note These records are organized alphabetically by company name. The company files are further organized chronologically. The range of dates covered is 1944 - 1949. Accounts Payable documents include invoices, correspondence between International Harvester and companies and individuals, and mailed advertisements from companies. A 1 1 B 1 2 C 1 3 D-G 1 4 Hag-Her 1 5 High-Hut 1 6 Scope and Contents note Accounts Payable continues in Boxes 2 and 3 I-L 2 1 M-R 2 2 San-Silver Fleet Motor Express 2 3 June 1947 Silver Fleet Motor Express 2 4 1947-1949 Silverman- Southern Bell Telephone 3 1 Southern Coal Co. - Swift & Co. 3 2 T-Z 3 3 Accounts Receivable Scope and Contents note Monthly accounts, each of which are organized by name and amount paid for various accounts including: store orders, leases, clothing, and transportation. The accounts appear to belong to employees. 3 4 1920-1921 3 5 1922-1922 3 6 1923-1923 Analysis of Mine Rail Account 3 7 1912-1921 Annual Reports 3 8 1918 Scope and Contents note Also outlines impact of a flu epidemic 3 9 1922 3 10 1923 3 11 1930 3 12 1931 3 13 1932 3 14 1933 3 15 1934 3 16 1935 3 17 1936 3 18 1947 Appalachian Agreement Scope and Contents note Agreement made between various coal operators associations in the region and the UMWA. Estimated maximum hours and overtime, tonnage rates, discharge cases, estimate of mechanized mining commission , and related correspondence. 4 1 1937 April-December Appropriation Expenditures Scope and Contents note For Mine and Outside Jobs 4 2 1921-1922 Appropriations Scope and Contents note Requests to main office to fund various repair and improvement projects to benefit the mine and its employees. 4 3 1912-1914 Scope and Contents note Includes ovens, YMCA equipment, mine cars, waste house, roads and walks, etc. 4 4 1918 Scope and Contents note new county road 4 5 1919 Scope and Contents note For new projects and expenditures such as garbage cans, transmission lines, baseball, newspaper, and a band. 4 6 1936 Scope and Contents note Sand bin, side frames, pool tables, pipeline 4 7 1937 Scope and Contents note Repairing town buildings, locomotives, feeder cables, air compressor, remodel power house, shelves at supply house, new fire hose. 4 8 1938 Scope and Contents note Repairing town buildings, cleaning toilet pits, automatic sprinkler, alarm for hotel, new fire hose. 4 9 1939 Scope and Contents note Locomotive, repairing town buildings, toilet pits, new truck. 4 10 1942-1943 4 11 1944-1945 Appropriations Correspondence and Requests 4 12 1946-1947 Auditor and Cashier Working Papers Scope and Contents note Includes quarterly federal/state payroll tax reports; monthly trial balances; monthly settlement general ledger sheets; deposit slips and summaries; Advice of Entry journal sheets; aggregate personnel expense summaries; monthly expense sheets and invoices; monthly power usage reports; production and shipping records (daily notes and drafts of monthly ledger sheets); lab analysis reports (percentages of moisture, ash, sulphur, etc.); letters of request for coal deliveries to local churches; letters of transmittal for charitable donations; receipts for petty cash expenses; payroll deduction receipts for employee safety equipment; travel vouchers and receipts; repair and maintenance expense summaries; inventory variances and adjustments; planning documents. Auditor's Working Papers 4 13 1970 November Cashier's Working Papers 4 14 1970 November Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 4 15 1970 November Auditor's Working Papers 4 16 1970 December Cashier's Working Papers 5 1 1970 December Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 5 2 1970 December Auditor's Working Papers 5 3 1971 January Cashier's Working Papers 5 4 1971 January Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 5 5 1971 January Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 5 6 1971 January Auditor's Working Papers 5 7 1971 February Cashier's Working Papers 5 8 1971 February Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 6 1 1971 February Auditor's Working Papers 6 2 1971 March Cashier's Working Papers 6 3 1971 March Auditor's Working Papers 6 4 1971 April Cashier's Working Papers 6 5 1971 April Auditor's Working Papers 6 6 1971 May Cashier's Working Papers 6 7 1971 May Auditor's Working Papers 6 8 1971 June Cashier's Working Papers 7 1 1971 June Auditor's Working Papers 7 2 1971 July Cashier's Working Papers 7 3 1971 July Auditor's Working Papers 7 4 1971 August Cashier's Working Papers 7 5 1971 August Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 7 6 1971 August Auditor's Working Papers 7 7 1971 September Cashier's Working Papers 7 8 1971 September Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 7 9 1971 September Auditor's Working Papers 7 10 1971 October Cashier's Working Papers 8 1 1971 October Auditor's Working Papers 8 2 1971 November Cashier's Working Papers 8 3 1971 November Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 8 4 1971 November Auditor's Working Papers 8 5 1971 December Cashier's Working Papers 8 6 1971 December Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 8 7 1971 December Auditor's Working Papers 8 8 1972 January Cashier's Working Papers 8 9 1972 January Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 9 1 1972 January Auditor's Working Papers 9 2 1972 February Cashier's Working Papers 9 3 1972 February Cashier's Working Papers (Cash Receipts) 9 4 1972 February Auditor's Working Papers 9 5 1972 March Auditor's Working Papers 9 6 1972 April Auditor Disbursements Scope and Contents note R.B. Greiss held the position. It appears that while balancing the ledgers for budgets, Greiss is either crediting companies who overpaid or asking for a debit for those who underpaid. 9 7 1946-1947 9 8 1948-1949 Auditors Working Papers Scope and Contents note Includes correspondence, notes and data on various topics including: timber prices, wage schedules, explosives and coal production. 9 9 1946-1949 Bank of Lynch 10 1 1917 September-December Scope and Contents note correspondence Baseball Club 10 2 1921 Bath House Collections Reports Scope and Contents note By employee 10 3 1920-1921 Scope and Contents note Names of Mines with African American miners designated as "colored". 10 4 1922 10 5 1923 Benham Credit Union Scope and Contents note Mainly requests for checks to cover deductions for the Credit Union for payroll. 11 1 1937-1940 11 2 1944-1945 11 3 1946-1947 11 4 1947-1960 Benham Employees Association Scope and Contents note Association created for collective bargaining powers under the National Labor Relations Act 11 5 1937 Scope and Contents note Includes minutes, correspondence, contracts, and agreements with Wisconsin Steel Company. 11 6 1938 Scope and Contents note Includes minutes, correspondence, contracts, and agreements with Wisconsin Steel Company. Benefit Plans for Managerial Employees Scope and Contents note booklets outlining benefit plans for managerial employees Benefit Plans for Managerial Employees 11 7 undated Scope and Contents note booklets Boarding Collections 11 8 1921 J.L. Branson et. al. Scope and Contents note Heirs of Chandler Branson, deceased Vs. Wisconsin Steel Company (property dispute). 11 9 1935-1939 Scope and Contents note property dispute Budget Estimates Scope and Contents note Includes informal estimates regarding repairs, industrial relations, controllable overhead, etc. 11 10 1948-1950 Building and Construction Projects Appropriations Scope and Contents note Including: commissary, meat market and refrigeration plant, emergency hospital 11 11 1919-1920 Coal Camp Housing Scope and Contents note Benham contracted with the Gordon-Van Tine Company of Davenport, Iowa to do the construction. They build community, executive and mining houses as well as an office building. Also built outhouses and cowbarns. The correspondence here shows the evolution of the construction as well as the relationship between Wisconsin Steel, Benham Coal, and Gordon-Van Tine. 11 12 1918 July-November Scope and Contents note Building and Construction Projects continues in Box 6 12 1 1918-1919 12 2 1919 February-November Scope and Contents note Includes building houses for L&N employees. No. 2 Mine (Looney Mine) Scope and Contents note Includes mainly correspondence and a contract with the Gordon-Van Company concerning the construction of a tipple, chute, and conveyor belt at the mine. 12 3 1919 January-April 12 4 1919-1920 No. 2 Mine (Looney Mine) Railroad Scope and Contents note Building a railroad from the No. 2 Mine to a connection with the Louisville & Nashville Railroad 12 5 1919 January-April 12 6 1919-1920 Burial Association Scope and Contents note Correspondence 12 7 1940 January-April 12 8 1944-1945 Cashier's Disbursements 12 9 1920 12 10 1948 Cashier's Report of Receipts 12 11 1920 12 12 1947-1948 Charges to Employee Accounts Hauling Fees 13 1 1921-1922 Scope and Contents note Primarily for manure and moving household furniture from one company house to another. Supplies 13 2 1921 January-November Scope and Contents note These records document supplies purchased by employees from the company at times when miners had to provide their own work tools Charity Donations and Community Welfare Scope and Contents note Correspondence 13 3 1919-1920 Check Weighman's Fund Scope and Contents note Accounting of Coal not credited or over credited 13 4 1920 Child Labor 13 5 1919 March-June Church Accounts Scope and Contents note Credits, Debits, Cash 13 6 1921 13 7 1922 13 8 1923 13 9 1930 13 10 1931 13 11 1932 13 12 1933 13 13 1934 13 14 1935 13 15 1936 13 16 1944-1945 13 17 1946-1947 13 18 1947-1949 Collection List 13 19 1921-1923 Scope and Contents note Lists of Names, Miner's check number, and amount donated. Cigarette Tax Stamp Machine 13 20 1948 Club Accounts Scope and Contents note Credits, debits, cash, etc. 13 21 1921 13 22 1922 13 23 1923 13 24 1930 13 25 1931 13 26 1932 13 27 1933 13 28 1934 13 29 1935 13 30 1936 13 31 1937-1940 13 32 1941 Scope and Contents note Includes daily customers totals 13 33 1942-1946 13 34 1944-1945 13 35 1946-1949 Club Operation Scope and Contents note Includes what appears to be daily receipts for the club operation: soda and merchandise, billiards, bowling, barber, and club total. Also includes daily totals for store market, ice plant and 'market a/c rec'. 14 1 1940-1941 14 2 1942-1943 14 3 1944-1945 14 4 1946-1947 Scope and Contents note Includes amounts taken in my day end, by group including; barber, billiards, bowling, etc. 14 5 1947-1948 Coal Production Scope and Contents note In tons; Includes daily totals for loaders, tons today, tons this month, last month, averaged rates, received, and shipped. No. 1 Mine 14 6 1917-1918 14 7 1919-1920 14 8 1947-1948 No. 2 Mine 14 9 1919-1920 14 10 1947-1949 Coal Shipping Scope and Contents note Correspondence including telegrams about the shipment of coal to buyers. Also includes aggregate data for monthly shipments. 14 11 1936 14 12 1937 14 13 1938 Scope and Contents note correspondence and shipment sheets by month 14 14 1944-1946 14 15 1946-1947 Scope and Contents note Coal Shipping continues in Box 15 Coal Shipping Scope and Contents note Correspondence including telegrams about the shipment of coal to buyers. Also includes aggregate data for monthly shipments. 15 1 1947 May-December 15 2 1948 15 3 1949 Coke Manufacturing Scope and Contents note Includes daily totals for production done with and without ovens, tons today, month, etc. Average rate and cars received and shipped. 15 4 1917-1918 15 5 1919-1920 15 6 1920-1927 Yardage Reports 15 7 1921-1922 Commissary Reports Scope and Contents note Profits and expenses, salaries, repairs, insurance, general works, switching, electric and fuel. 15 8 1913-1918 Scope and Contents note by month or quarter 15 9 1919-1922 Scope and Contents note by month or quarter 15 10 1923 Scope and Contents note by month or quarter 15 11 1930 Scope and Contents note by month or quarter 15 12 1931 Scope and Contents note by month or quarter 15 13 1932 Scope and Contents note by month or quarter 15 14 1933 Scope and Contents note by month or quarter 15 15 1934 Scope and Contents note by month or quarter 16 1 1935 16 2 1936 16 3 1940-1942 16 4 1944-1945 16 5 1946-1948 16 6 1948-1949 Scope and Contents note Includes some reports for the entire year of 1949 Construction Expenses 16 7 1914-1915 16 8 1920 16 9 1921 16 10 1922 Contingent Fund Expense Statements Scope and Contents note Incidental expenses and settlements - also detailing the balance left in the fund. Expenses include; strike, storms and floods, safety, first aid, transportation and RR wrecks. 16 11 1914-1916 16 12 1917 16 13 1918 16 14 1919 16 15 1920 16 16 1921 16 17 1922 16 18 1923 16 19 1930 16 20 1931 16 21 1932 16 22 1933 16 23 1934 16 24 1935 16 25 1936 16 26 1944-1949 Scope and Contents note Sometimes listed as, Industrial Relations and Accident Expense. Contracts Church of Poorfolk, Harlan County 16 27 1919 Scope and Contents note Construction of a church building Doctors and Nurses 16 28 1919 Railroad 16 29 1919 Telephone and Telegraph Line 16 30 1919 Daily Change List 17 1 1947 Scope and Contents note Includes onroll, signups, transfers, separations and hires Daily Report of Carloads Received Scope and Contents note Materials such as brick, lumber, piping, etc. that were shipped to Benham for various uses 17 2 1944-1945 17 3 1946-1947 17 4 1947-1948 17 5 1948-1949 Daily Stock Market Closing Scope and Contents note Source: Louisville Times. Shows International Harvester Co. 17 6 1941 March-December 17 7 1942 17 8 1943 Daily Tally of Men Working 17 9 1920-1923 Scope and Contents note Number of Employees by job category in No. 1 Mine, No. 2 Mine, Coke Yard, and Miscellaneous Data Scope and Contents note Includes data on snowfalls, numbers of people living in company houses, visitors, seats in theater, coal production by state, etc. 17 10 1911-1931, undated Scope and Contents note includes undated Debit Balance Script 17 11 1920-1921 Deferred Charges 17 12 1913-1916 17 13 1917 17 14 1918 17 15 1922 Demurrage Charges Scope and Contents note Delays or costs for delays in transports or shipments 17 16 1931-1932 Electric Data Scope and Contents note Monthly energy used 17 17 1932 17 18 1933 17 19 1934 17 20 1935 17 21 1936 17 22 1944-1945 17 23 1945-1946 17 24 1946-1947 Employee Coal Sales 17 25 1944-1945 17 26 1946-1949 Employee Equipment Charges Scope and Contents note Employee charges for various mining materials including; exploders, batteries, wire, powder, caps and monobel (type of explosive). Probably charged against wages. 18 1 1922 18 2 1923 Employee Payroll Donations/Charges Scope and Contents note Authorizes Wisconsin Steel to take money from payroll for the benefit of employees who were in destitute conditions 18 3 1912-1921 18 4 1922 Employee Transportation Charges Scope and Contents note Regarding new workers and their wives brought by labor agents to Benham 18 5 1920 December Employees Contributions made by employees to assist families of other employees. 18 6 undated Scope and Contents note L.C. Click (undated) and R.P. Baker (1921) and contributions for unknown cause (undated) Correspondence 18 7 1939-1949 Processing Information note Some of these materials were removed from this folder due to their personal nature and can be found in the Restricted File, Box 73, Folder 1 Correspondence concerning Holidays 18 8 undated List of Names with Check Number and Amount of Earnings 18 9 1945-1948 Scope and Contents note Also shows who the foremen were. Also has an overview ledger of individual earnings List of Names with Date of Employment 18 10 1910-1930 Scope and Contents note includes supervisory personnel List of Names with Hires, Transfers, and Quits 18 11 1936-1937 List of Names with Vacation Start and End Dates 18 12 1937-1949 Social Security Numbers 18 13 1944-1945 Processing Information note Numbers assigned to individual employees by the Federal Social Security Board. These documents can be found in the Restricted Files, Box 73, Folder 2 Social Security Numbers 18 14 1947 March-November, undated Processing Information note Applications, Number Clarifications. These documents can be found in the Restricted File, Box 73, Folder 3 Traveling Time 18 15 undated Scope and Contents note Traveling time at the coal mines including time spent by employees in other pre-shift and post-shift activities. Portal to portal Working on Off-duty Days 18 16 undated Scope and Contents note Regarding working more than five days a week Savings and Withdrawal Forms 18 17 1948-1949 Processing Information note Some of these materials were removed from this folder due to their personal nature and can be found in the Restricted File, Box 73, Folder 4 Employees Savings and Extra Compensation Plan Scope and Contents note Booklet 18 18 1940 May 1 Employees Weekly Earnings Statement Sample Form 18 19 undated Equipment Sales Scope and Contents note Includes the sale of mine cars, locomotives, trucks, mining machines, steel rail and motors. 18 20 1922-1949 Estimates of Coal Areas and Tonnage Looney Ridge and Benham Spur 18 21 1919 Expenses 18 22 1917 19 1 1918 19 2 1919 19 3 1920 19 4 1921 19 5 1922 Explosives Correspondence and reports 19 6 1939-1948 Scope and Contents note concern sales of explosives to miners, the costs of explosives, and the profits Federal Explosives Act, December 19 7 1941-1945 Scope and Contents note Includes regulations, applications and correspondence about the Act and the corresponding vendors, purchasers, or foreman's licenses to handle explosives. Service Bulletin, (DuPont) 19 8 1924-1931 Scope and Contents note monthly - bimonthly publications Extra Compensation Plan Scope and Contents note Compensation given to the heirs of a deceased worker. 19 9 1937-1939 19 10 1946-1949 Scope and Contents note includes correspondence and claims Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 Scope and Contents note Set minimum hourly rates and maximum hours for overtime pay. File includes correspondence and cases before the National Labor Relations Board. Correspondence and Cases 19 11 1938-1942 Farm Leases and Rentals Scope and Contents note Includes correspondence, cost adjustments and account sheets, as well as names of tenants. 19 12 1914-1916 19 13 1917 19 14 1918 19 15 1919 Scope and Contents note Farm Leases and Rentals continues in box 20. 20 1 1921 20 2 1922 20 3 1923 20 4 1930 20 5 1931 20 6 1932 20 7 1933 20 8 1934 20 9 1935 20 10 1936-1945 Fire Inspections and Reports 20 11 1918-1920 20 12 1933 20 13 1934 20 14 1935 20 15 1936 20 16 1937 20 17 1938 20 18 1939 20 19 1940 20 20 1941 20 21 1942 20 22 1943 20 23 1944 20 24 1945 20 25 1946 20 26 1947 20 27 1948 Firearm and Ammunition Inventory 20 28 1938-1948 First Aid Contests Scope and Contents note Contests took place in Harlan, Kentucky and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 20 29 1919 Force Reports Scope and Contents note Daily totals of tons mined 21 1 1943-1945 Foreman's Meeting Reports Scope and Contents note Foremen's reports on first aid, supplies, and accidents. Also includes worker absences. 21 2 1919 July-December 21 3 1936 November-December 21 4 1937 January-May 21 5 1937 June-December 21 6 1938 Freight Checks Issued 21 7 undated Freight Claims Scope and Contents note Non-Coal 21 8 1933-1940 21 9 1944-1949 Garnishment Orders Scope and Contents note Includes police orders, court records, and receipts for payments 21 10 1943 July 21 11 1943 August 22 1 1943 September-October 22 2 1944 November-December 22 3 1945 January-February 22 4 1945 March-April 22 5 1945 May-July 22 6 1945 August-October 22 7 1946 October 22 8 1946 November 22 9 1946 December 22 10 1947 January 23 1 1947 February 23 2 1947 March 1-15 23 3 1947 March 16-31 23 4 1947 April 1-15 23 5 1947 April 16-30 23 6 1947 May 1-15 23 7 1947 May 16-31 23 8 1947 June 1-15 23 9 1947 June 16-30 23 10 1947 July 1-15 23 11 1947 July 16-31 23 12 1947 August 1-15 23 13 1947 August 16-31 24 1 1947 September 1-15 24 2 1947 September 16-30 24 3 1947 October 1-15 24 4 1947 October 16-31 24 5 1947 November 1-15 24 6 1947 November 16-30 24 7 1947 December 1-15 24 8 1947 December 16-31 24 9 1948 January 1-15 24 10 1948 January 16-31 24 11 1948 February 1-14 24 12 1948 February 15-28 24 13 1948 March 1-15 24 14 1948 March 16-31 25 1 1948 April 1-15 25 2 1948 April 16-30 25 3 1948 May 1-15 25 4 1948 May 16-31 25 5 1948 June 1-15 25 6 1948 June 16-30 25 7 1948 July 1-15 25 8 1948 July 16-31 25 9 1948 August 1-15 25 10 1948 August 16-31 26 1 1948 September 1-15 26 2 1948 September 16-30 26 3 1948 October 1-15 26 4 1948 October 16-31 26 5 1948 November-December 26 6 1949 January-March 26 7 1949 April-May 26 8 1949 June-July 26 9 1949 August-September 26 10 1949 October-November 26 11 1949 December 26 12 1950 General Correspondence 27 1 1911-1925 27 2 1928 27 3 1929 27 4 1930 27 5 1931 27 6 1932-1933 27 7 1934 27 8 1935 27 9 1936 27 10 1937 27 11 1938 27 12 1939 27 13 1940 27 14 1941 27 15 1942 27 16 1943 27 17 1944 27 18 1945 January-February 27 19 1945 March-June 27 20 1945 July-December 27 21 1946 27 22 1947 January-June 28 1 1947 July-December 28 2 1948 28 3 1949 28 4 undated General Correspondence with Home Office (Chicago) Scope and Contents note Correspondence includes hotel expenses, administrative meeting, expenditures, profits, and mine operations. There is also correspondence with Chicago throughout the Office Files. 28 5 1919 28 6 1936 28 7 1937 28 8 1938 General Works Expenses Account Sheets Scope and Contents note Account sheets arranged by month, including a breakdown of costs into categories, such as, "hotel operation," "Office expenses," and "coal production." 28 9 1914 28 10 1915 28 11 1916 28 12 1917 28 13 1918 28 14 1919 29 1 1920 29 2 1921 29 3 1922 29 4 1923 29 5 1930 29 6 1931 29 7 1932 29 8 1933 29 9 1934 29 10 1935 29 11 1936 29 12 1944-1945 29 13 1946-1947 29 14 1947-1949 Cash Discount on Material Purchases 29 15 1944-1945 29 16 1946-1947 Government and State Forms Scope and Contents note Largely correspondence relating to the sending and submission of government and state forms, mainly related to the income tax 29 17 1929-1932 29 18 1933-1934 29 19 1935-1936 29 20 1937 29 21 1938 29 22 1939 29 23 1940 29 24 1941 29 25 1942 29 26 1943 29 27 1945 Processing Information note A few of these documents from January 1945 have been moved to the Restricted File, Box 73, Folder 5 Harlan Coal Operator's Association Scope and Contents note Includes information regarding strikes, collective bargaining and other matters. 30 1 1919-1945 Harlan County Patrolman Scope and Contents note Concerns court documents on the appointments of J.J Gregory, E. Knewman, and J.S Burns. 30 2 1937 Harlan National Bank Scope and Contents note Correspondence 30 3 1944-1945 30 4 1946-1947 30 5 1948 January-October 30 6 1948-1949 Health and Safety Scope and Contents note Deals with occupational safety 30 7 1947 Hospital Expenses 30 8 1935 30 9 1936 Hotel Operations Scope and Contents note Includes receipts, expenses, room assignments, rates and rules 30 10 1914 30 11 1915 30 12 1916 30 13 1917 30 14 1918 30 15 1919 30 16 1920 31 1 1921 31 2 1922 31 3 1923-1929 31 4 1930 31 5 1931 31 6 1932 31 7 1933 31 8 1934 31 9 1935 31 10 1936-1940 31 11 1944-1945 31 12 1946-1947 31 13 1947-1949 House Coal Scope and Contents note Correspondence about the price of coal for household or domestic use for people living in Benham 32 1 1917-1925 House Repairs Statements Scope and Contents note Outlines house number, and the amount of labor material needed 32 2 1920-1921 Identification and Car Charges 32 3 1921-1922 32 4 1923 Idle Expenses 32 5 1917 Industrial Council Expense Accounts 32 6 1934 32 7 1935 32 8 1936 Industrial Relations Scope and Contents note Includes correspondence, Industrial Relations and Accident Expense forms. 32 9 1918-1919 32 10 1919-1920 32 11 1929-1937 Scope and Contents note Includes some issues of "Harvester Foreman," publications on Harvester Foremanship, and booklet regarding Nettie Fowler McCormick Memorial College. Inspections and Examinations Scope and Contents note Includes correspondence for employees pursuing mine foreman certification 32 12 1919 Insurance Scope and Contents note Includes general correspondence, aggregate payroll amounts, workmen's compensation, payroll hold-up insurance, accident reports for claims. 32 13 1918-1919 32 14 1930-1937 32 15 1939-1940 32 16 1941 32 17 1943 32 18 1944-1945 32 19 1946-1956 Statement of Employer 32 20 1949 April-October Processing Information note The documents from this file have been placed in the Restricted File, Box 73, Folder 6 Inventory 32 21 1921 32 22 1944-1949 Scope and Contents note Includes some undated forms. 32 23 1946-1947 32 24 1947-1948 32 25 1948-1949 Jack Rock Scope and Contents note Sandstone parting coal beds. 32 26 1919 March-April Kentucky House Bills 27 and 28 Scope and Contents note The proposed bills would make it illegal for private corporation to directly pay the salaries of peace officers. Instead, they would be appointed by the Governor. 32 27 1937-1938 Labor Conditions Scope and Contents note Includes correspondence on efficiency, production, and strikes. 33 1 1918-1919 Scope and Contents note First of three folders that discuss period between November-December 1919 33 2 1919 November 33 3 1919 November-December 33 4 1936-1937 33 5 1948 August-November Scope and Contents note includes strikes Labor Reports Scope and Contents note "Details of Hours and Payroll"-- categories broken down by "Plant" and "Office" payrolls as well as by "salaried" and non salaried." 33 6 1914-1915 33 7 1916 33 8 1917 33 9 1918 33 10 1919 33 11 1920 33 12 1921 33 13 1922 33 14 1923 33 15 1930 33 16 1931 33 17 1932 34 1 1933 34 2 1934 34 3 1935 34 4 1936-1938 34 5 1944-1945 34 6 1946-1947 34 7 1948 34 8 1949 Labor Statements Scope and Contents note Highlights the number of men needed, hired, transferred, quit, attendance, per day. 34 9 1920 April-September Labor Turnover Report Labor Turnover Report 34 10 1936-1938 Lands Scope and Contents note These files concern property owned by Wisconsin Steel at and around Benham. They do not necessarily concern coke or coal production County Road on Clover Lick Creek 34 11 1913-1919 Cumberland School Property 34 12 1931-1936 Looney Creek Church 34 13 1918 August-December 34 14 1919 January-July Looney Creek Coal Company Lease 34 15 1919-1932 Miscellaneous 34 16 1919 Liberty Loan Employee Subscribers Scope and Contents note Lists names with amounts borrowed and payment schedule 34 17 1917-1918 Locker Inspection Reports 34 18 1929-1930 Locomotive Inspection and Repair Reports 34 19 1915-1938 Logging Scope and Contents note Contract between J.F Jones and Wisconsin Steel. 34 20 1911-1912 Louisville and Nashville Railroad General Correspondence Scope and Contents note Primarily correspondence regarding general operations and business (car repairs, loading, freight charges) 35 1 1911 35 2 1919-1920 35 3 1929-1938 35 4 1939-1945 35 5 1947-1948 35 6 1948-1949 Lost and Damaged or Overcharge Claims 35 7 1942-1945 35 8 1946-1947 35 9 1947-1948 35 10 1949 Managerial Employees Working more than the Regularly Scheduled 5 Day Week Scope and Contents note Lists Employees name, title, and whether they worked the 6th day (Saturday) or the 7th day (Sunday). 35 11 1946-1947 35 12 1947-1948 McCormick-Deering General Line Catalog Scope and Contents note Catalogue and revisions put out by International Harvester 35 13 1938 Meat Market Operation Scope and Contents note Includes profit and loss statements, debits and credits, and annual comparisons 35 14 1913-1915 35 15 1916 35 16 1917 35 17 1918 35 18 1919 35 19 1920 35 20 1921 36 1 1922 36 2 1923 36 3 1931 36 4 1932 36 5 1933 36 6 1934 36 7 1935 36 8 1936 36 9 1944-1945 36 10 1945-1946 36 11 1946-1947 36 12 1948 November-December 36 13 1949 Medical Conditions Scope and Contents note Highlights medical health conditions at Benham 36 14 1919 Medical Services General Correspondence Scope and Contents note Includes attendance records, admission and discharge papers, and expenses 36 15 1936-1938 36 16 1944-1945 36 17 1946-1947 36 18 1947 November-December 36 19 1948-1949 Doctor's Fees 36 20 1947-1948 36 21 1948-1950 Mine Gases Scope and Contents note Table constructed by engineering department at US Steel Co. Lists mine gases, their properties and effects. 36 22 1920 April 15 Mine Operator's Reports Scope and Contents note Includes list of different races and ethnicities of the miners at Benham Annual 36 23 1920-1934 36 24 1934-1940 36 25 1945 36 26 1948-1949 Monthly 37 1 1936 37 2 1937 37 3 1938 37 4 1939 37 5 1940 37 6 1941 37 7 1942 37 8 1943 Motor Truck Shipment Reports Scope and Contents note Includes name of trucking company, name of shipper, point of origin, commodity, weight, make of truck, rate, and bill. 37 9 1944-1945 37 10 1947-1948 37 11 1949 January-October National Bituminous Coal Commission Scope and Contents note Reports on coal sales and costs, and related correspondence 37 12 1937-1938 37 13 1939 37 14 1940 37 15 1942-1943 NEW IDEAS 1955-1977 Scope and Contents note Initially developed by the Education and Personnel Department of the International Harvester Company (IHC), the New Ideas program encouraged employees to submit suggestions for improving production, reducing costs, simplifying jobs, increasing safety, etc. As an initiative to participate in the program, employees received monetary awards if their idea was adopted. Correspondence Scope and Contents note Includes correspondence from IHC concerning implementation and promotion of the New Ideas program, policies for adopting suggestions, notices of award amount changes, etc. Also includes other materials, such as promotional pamphlets, which were included with correspondence. 38 1 1955-1959 38 2 1960-1976 Meeting Minutes Scope and Contents note Minutes of the New Ideas Award Board meetings 38 3 1955-1958 38 4 1959-1977 Promotional Materials 1960-1972, undated Scope and Contents note "Includes order forms for posters and bulletin board materials, correspondence with Elliott Spencer Company and Morton Suggestion Company, and a few pamphlets and posters. " Correspondence with Elliott Service Company, Inc. and Morton Suggestion Company concerning the ordering of promotional materials 38 5 1960-1962 Scope and Contents note New Ideas and Management Recognition Plans Order forms for promotional materials - Elliott Service Company, Inc. 38 6 1955-1960 Order forms for promotional materials - Morton Suggestion Company 38 7 1960-1972 38 8 undated Reports 1955-1975 Scope and Contents note New Ideas activities and savings reports 38 9 1955-1957 38 10 1957-1958 38 11 1958-1960 39 1 1960-1964 39 2 1964-1975 Suggestion Files 1955-1977 Scope and Contents note Includes files for each suggestion received, organized alphabetically by suggester's last name. Most files include the original new ideas suggestion form, filled out by the suggester; letter from New Ideas Board acknowledging receipt of the form; analysis report and payment order (if idea was adopted); and letter notifying suggester whether idea was accepted or rejected. Some files also include drawings and/or plans illustrating the suggested change and other misc. papers concerning the suggested idea and its implementation. Adams, Delza 39 3 Adams, Delza 39 4 Adams, Nay D. 39 5 Allen, George B. 39 6 Allen, George B. 39 7 Allen, George B. 39 8 Allen, George B. 39 9 Allen, George B. 39 10 Amyx, Earnest E. 39 11 Amyx, Earnest E. 39 12 Anderson, Curtis 39 13 Anderson, Curtis P. 39 14 Anderson, Curtis P. 39 15 Anderson, Curtis P. 39 16 Anderson, Curtis P. 39 17 Anderson, Curtis P. 39 18 Anderson, Curtis P. 39 19 Augusta, John G. 39 20 Augusta, Paul J. 39 21 Austin, Stewart L. 39 22 Baker, Nobe 39 23 Barr, John C. 39 24 Barr, Malcolm E. 39 25 Battle, Willie N. 39 26 Begley, Emmette R. 39 27 Begley, Emmette R. 39 28 Bishop, Martin 39 29 Boggs, William 39 30 Brock, Gary W. 39 31 Brock, Gary W. 39 32 Brock, Gary W. 39 33 Brock, Gary W. 39 34 Brock, Gary W. 39 35 Brock, Gary W. 39 36 Byrd, William F. 39 37 Cannon, Edward L. 39 38 Cannon, Edward L. 39 39 Cannon, Edward L. 39 40 Cannon, Oscar T. 39 41 Carroll, Walter W. 39 42 Carroll, Walter W. 39 43 Carroll, Walter W. 39 44 Caudill, Arlie P. 40 1 Caudill, Arlie P. 40 2 Centers, Howard L. 40 3 Centers, Howard L. 40 4 Centers, Howard L. 40 5 Centers, Howard L. 40 6 Charles, Teddy G. 40 7 Clark, Clyde 40 8 Cobb, Tillman L. 40 9 Cole, Tandy 40 10 Collier, Charlie 40 11 Collier, Charlie 40 12 Compton, Carey C. 40 13 Compton, Carey C. 40 14 Cope, James W. 40 15 Cornett, Cecil V. 40 16 Cornett, Cecil V. 40 17 Cornett, Cecil V. 40 18 Cornett, Paul D. 40 19 Cox, Harold H. 40 20 Cox, Ralph and Cope, James 40 21 Creech, Andrew J. 40 22 Creech, Rankin 40 23 Creech, Rankin 40 24 Creech, Rankin 40 25 Denton, Pat 40 26 Disney, W.O. 40 27 Douglas, William 40 28 Dye, Ireland 40 29 Eggers, Harvey 40 30 Elliott, Ray 40 31 Elliott, Ray 40 32 Elliott, Ray 40 33 Elliott, Ray 40 34 Enix, Leonard 40 35 Enix, Leonard 40 36 Estep, James 40 37 Fawbush, Andrew J., Jr. 40 38 Fawbush, Howard M. 40 39 Fawbush, Howard M. 40 40 Fields, George 40 41 Flanary, Floyd K. 40 42 France, Woodrow W. 40 43 Galloway, Richard M. 40 44 Galloway, Richard M. 40 45 Galloway, Richard M. 40 46 Galloway, Richard M. 40 47 Galloway, Richard M. 40 48 Galloway, Richard M. 40 49 Galloway, Richard M. 40 50 Galloway, Richard M. 40 51 Galloway, Richard M. 40 52 Galloway, Richard M. 40 53 Galloway, Richard M. 40 54 Galloway, Richard M. 40 55 Galloway, Richard M. 40 56 Galloway, Richard M. 40 57 Galloway, Richard M. 40 58 Galloway, Richard M. 40 59 Galloway, Richard M. 41 1 Galloway, Richard M. 41 2 Galloway, Richard M. 41 3 Gilbert, Otis 41 4 Gilbert, Otis 41 5 Gilbert, Otis 41 6 Goode, James C. 41 7 Gray, Leonard 41 8 Green, Ernest 41 9 Green, James E. 41 10 Grogan, Charles R. 41 11 Halcomb, Chester 41 12 Halcomb, Clyde M. 41 13 Hale, Homer L. 41 14 Hale, Homer L. 41 15 Hall, Buick D. 41 16 Hall, Ralph F. 41 17 Hampton, Jimmy L. 41 18 Harrell, Boyd P. 41 19 Harrell, Boyd P. 41 20 Harrell, Boyd P. 41 21 Harris, Robert L. 41 22 Helton, Charlie 41 23 Helton, John S. 41 24 Helton, John S. 41 25 Helton, Paul D. 41 26 Hensley, Cyril L. 41 27 Hensley, Cyril L. 41 28 Hensley, Jerry D. 41 29 Hensley, Jimmy D. 41 30 Hensley, Leo 41 31 Hensley, Leo 41 32 Holt, John, Jr. 41 33 Howard, Robert L. 41 34 Howard, Robert L. 41 35 Hughes, Thomas C. 41 36 Ingram, Carl E. 41 37 Ingram, Carl E. 41 38 Irvin, Ronnie G. 41 39 Irvin, Ronnie G. 41 40 Irvin, Ronnie G. 41 41 Irvin, Ronnie G. 41 42 Irvin, Ronnie G. 41 43 Irvin, Ronnie G. 41 44 Ison, Arnold 41 45 Ison, Gale B. 41 46 Jarvis, Hobart A. 41 47 Jarvis, Hobart A. 41 48 Jarvis, Hobart A. 41 49 Jarvis, Hobart A. 41 50 Jarvis, Hobart A. 41 51 Jarvis, Hobart A. 41 52 Jarvis, Hobart A. 41 53 Jarvis, Hobart A. 41 54 Jarvis, Hobart A. 41 55 Johnson, Daniel M. 42 1 Jones, James H., Jr. 42 2 Jones, James H., Jr. 42 3 Ketron, Gordon H. 42 4 Ketron, Gordon H. 42 5 Ketron, Gordon H. 42 6 Ketron, Gordon H. 42 7 Kirk, Earnest L. 42 8 Kirk, Earnest L. 42 9 Kirk, F. K. 42 10 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 11 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 12 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 13 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 14 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 15 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 16 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 17 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 18 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 19 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 20 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 21 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 22 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 23 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 24 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 25 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 26 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 27 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 28 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 29 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 30 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 31 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 32 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 33 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 34 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 35 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 36 Kirk, Lloyd R. 42 37 Knoble, James D. 42 38 Knoble, James D. 42 39 Knoll, Dazo R. 42 40 Knoll, Steve J. 42 41 Lewis, Harold W. 42 42 Lewis, Walter C. 42 43 Logsdon, Howard 42 44 Logsdon, Howard 42 45 Logsdon, Howard 42 46 Logsdon, Howard 42 47 Logsdon, Howard 42 48 McArthur, James E. 42 49 McArthur, James E. 42 50 McCracken, Mae H.; Harrell, Virginia 42 51 McGlamery, James H. 42 52 McGlamery, James H. 42 53 Mashburn, Charles 43 1 Mashburn, Charles 43 2 Mashburn, Charles 43 3 Mashburn, Charles 43 4 Mashburn, Charles 43 5 Mashburn, Charles 43 6 Mashburn, Charles 43 7 Mashburn, Charles 43 8 Mashburn, Charles 43 9 Mashburn, Charles 43 10 Mashburn, Charles 43 11 Messer, Bentley 43 12 Middleton, Billy F. 43 13 Miller, Arthur 43 14 Mowery, A.T. 43 15 Myers, Carl 43 16 Myers, Elige E. 43 17 Nolan, Gillis B. 43 18 Nunnery, Douglas Jr. 43 19 Palmer, Charles T. 43 20 Penny, Dollie 43 21 Perkins, George 43 22 Poore, George W. 43 23 Presley, Thomas P. 43 24 Presley, Thomas P. 43 25 Queener, Robert S. 43 26 Queener, Robert S. 43 27 Rasnick, John H. 43 28 Rasnick, Mont S. 43 29 Rice, Henry 43 30 Ritchie, Earl 43 31 Ritchie, Earl 43 32 Ritchie, Earl 43 33 Robinette, George P. Jr. 43 34 Robinette, George P. Jr. 43 35 Scott, Elmer 43 36 Scott, Elmer 43 37 Scott, Steve 43 38 Scott, Steve 43 39 Sergent, Lora 43 40 Shepherd, Herbert H. 43 41 Shepherd, John L. 43 42 Shepherd, John L. 43 43 Shepherd, Ted 43 44 Shepherd, Ted 43 45 Simpson, Charles E. 43 46 Simpson, Charles E. 43 47 Simpson, Edward 43 48 Simpson, Edward 43 49 Simpson, Edward 43 50 Smith, Arnold 43 51 Smith, Thomas R. 43 52 Smith, Thomas R. 43 53 Smith, Thomas R. 43 54 Smith, Thomas R. 43 55 Stanton, Billie 44 1 Stokes, Searcy 44 2 Sturgill, John Jr. 44 3 Styles, Donald T. 44 4 Trammel, Walter D. 44 5 Trammel, Walter D. 44 6 Tucker, Robert L. 44 7 Tucker, Robert L. 44 8 Turnboe, Charles 44 9 Vanover, Elzie 44 10 Ward, George 44 11 Ward, George 44 12 Ward, George 44 13 White, Howard W. 44 14 White, Ralph N. 44 15 Whited, Burley 44 16 Whited, Burley 44 17 Whited, Burley 44 18 Wilder, Fred C. 44 19 Williams, Elmer 44 20 Wilson, Robert E. 44 21 Wilson, Robert E. 44 22 Wilson, Robert E. 44 23 Wilson, Robert E. 44 24 Wilson, Robert E. 44 25 Zion, Kellogg C. 44 26 Zion, Kellogg C. 44 27 Subject Cards 44 28 Scope and Contents note The Subject Cards contain summarized information for submitted new ideas. Appear to be organized according to the area/unit affected by the suggestion. Newsletters Scope and Contents note These are directed at managerial employees at International Harvester's various works. Including West Pullman, Milwaukee Works, Canton Works, Fort Wayne Works, Louisville Works. Includes strike information. 45 1 1946-1949 Notes Receivable 45 2 1915-1916 45 3 1917 Number 1 Mine Scope and Contents note Primarily deals with mine costs 45 4 1918-1919 Scope and Contents note This particular file concerns a fire that destroyed the tipple at the mine and the reconstruction of it 45 5 1946-1947 Office of Price Administration Scope and Contents note Report of operating data for Bituminous coal mines 45 6 1945 One Hundred and Thirty Cues to Coal Mining Profits 46 1 1940 Scope and Contents note Supplement chart to the April, 1940, issue of Coal Age (poster size) Operating Schedule Scope and Contents note Weekly reminders an daily tally of screenings, shipments, and average production. 47 1 1946 47 2 1947 Order for Supplies Scope and Contents note Hauling, plowing orders 47 3 1923 Overweight Dropped Reports 47 4 1919-1921 47 5 1922 47 6 1923 Payroll and Margin Collections Scope and Contents note Semi-monthly accounting of money owed to company by individuals. Often relating to equipment charges, doctor's fees, school and burial. 47 7 1920 47 8 1947-1948 Payroll Reports Scope and Contents note Gross amounts by week 47 9 1944-1945 47 10 1946-1947 47 11 1947 November-December 47 12 1948-1949 Payroll Vouchers Scope and Contents note Lists charges and credits, calculates the "cash required to balance payrolls" 47 13 1914 47 14 1915 47 15 1916 47 16 1917 47 17 1918 47 18 1919 47 19 1920 47 20 1921 47 21 1922 47 22 1923 47 23 1930 47 24 1931 47 25 1932 47 26 1933 48 1 1934 48 2 1935 48 3 1936 48 4 1944-1945 48 5 1946-1947 48 6 1947-1949 Peabody Coal Company Scope and Contents note Correspondence relating to shipments, freight claims, inspections, cost. 48 7 1936-1937 48 8 1944 48 9 1945-1946 48 10 1947 January-September 48 11 1947 October-December 48 12 1948 January-March 48 13 1948 April-December 48 14 1949 January-April 49 1 1949-1950 Pension Plan Scope and Contents note Includes numerous booklets on the Pension Plan 49 2 1940-1950 Perry, Dominic v. Wisconsin Steel, International Harvester and Michele Provensano v. Wisconsin Steel, International Harvester-Industrial Accident Dept. Plan Scope and Contents note Correspondence 49 3 1938 June-October Personnel Management Scope and Contents note Mainly correspondence concerning job openings, salary charges, payroll transfers, job appointments, hirings, resignations, and deaths. 49 4 1918-1919 49 5 1919-1920 49 6 1936-1937 49 7 1938 Applications, References and Bulletins Scope and Contents note application letters, reference letters, employment office bulletins and related correspondence 49 8 1939-1947 Employment Applications 49 9 1946-1947 Processing Information note The documents from this file have been relocated to the Restricted File, Box 73, Folder 7 Plan for the Development of Technical, Professional, and Managerial Personnel 49 10 1956 February 29 Plant Magazine Scope and Contents note Expense statements for magazine owned by International Harvester. Actual issues of magazine not included in collection 49 11 1944-1949 Post Office Scope and Contents note Correspondence relating to the of the Post office from Yowell to Benham, Kentucky 49 12 1910-1911 Power Plant A.C Switchboard 49 13 1919 February-December Boiler Feed Water Heater and Pumps 49 14 1919-1920 Boiler Furnace Improvements 49 15 1919 Circuit Breaker 49 16 1919 Cooling Pond 50 1 1919 General Correspondence 50 2 1919 January-July 50 3 1919-1920 One Hundred K.W Engine Unit and Air Compressor 50 4 1919 Piping, Fittings, Valves, etc. 50 5 1919 June-October Rotary Converters and Substation 50 6 1919 Three hundred K.W Motor Generator Set 50 7 1919 Transmission Line to #1 Mine 50 8 1919 April-November Turbine 50 9 1919 Ventilating Fan for Mine Motor Replacement 50 10 1919 Power Statements Scope and Contents note From Kentucky Utilities Company 50 11 1930 50 12 1931 50 13 1932 50 14 1933 50 15 1934 50 16 1935 50 17 1936 50 18 1944-1945 50 19 1945-1946 50 20 1946-1947 50 21 1947 November-December 50 22 1948 January-October 50 23 1948-1949 Producing Labor Scope and Contents note Includes total tonnage produced; breaks down costs by categories such as loaders, motormen, supervisory, and timbering 51 1 1916 51 2 1917 51 3 1919 51 4 1918 Production Costs Scope and Contents note Correspondence about operational costs including store, school, commissary, theatre. 51 5 1919 51 6 1937 51 7 1938-1939 51 8 1940-1943 51 9 1944-1947 Production Estimates Scope and Contents note Monthly report on the estimated number of days the mine will operate and the amount of production per day 51 10 1945 Production Reports Scope and Contents note Tonnage totals 51 11 1912-1919 51 12 1944 May Production and Shipments Scope and Contents note Includes daily tons produced and shipped. 51 13 1920-1922 51 14 1923-1925 51 15 1926-1927 51 16 1928-1930 51 17 1931-1933 51 18 1934-1936 51 19 1937-1939 51 20 1940-1942 51 21 1943-1944 Profit Sharing Accounts Scope and Contents note Includes employee names and amounts deducted each month. 51 22 1921 52 1 1918 52 2 1919 52 3 1920 52 4 1922 52 5 1923 Progressive Mine Workers of America (PMWA) 52 6 1957-1959 Scope and Contents note Correspondence 52 7 1944-1951 Scope and Contents note List of members, applications for membership, deductions for members 52 8 1957-1958 Scope and Contents note Minutes of and Memorandum about Management-Union Meetings 52 9 1947-1956 Scope and Contents note Union Contracts and Agreements 52 10 1944-1945 Scope and Contents note Union Dues 52 11 1956-1957 Scope and Contents note Vacation Grievance Provision For Unpaid Invoices Scope and Contents note Accounts of outstanding invoices for supplies purchased by the company for its various enterprises. 52 12 1917-1921 52 13 1922 52 14 1930 52 15 1931 52 16 1932 52 17 1933 52 18 1934 52 19 1935 52 20 1936-1945 Putting Lynch, Kentucky on the Map by John Miller in DuPont Magazine Scope and Contents note Volume 13. No. 3 52 21 1920 September Railroad and Tipple Weights 52 22 1936 Railroad Cars (IHCX) 53 1 1947 53 2 1942-1943 53 3 1944-1945 53 4 1947 January-November 53 5 1947-1948 53 6 1948-1949 Railroad Cars (WSWX) 53 7 1938-1939 53 8 1940 Recap of Shipments Scope and Contents note Cars received, shipped, and amounts in total shipments 53 9 1939-1946 53 10 1947 July-October Repairs and Maintenance Account Sheets Scope and Contents note Includes tons produced, and costs for maintaining mining machinery and other equipment such as pumps and locomotives 53 11 1916 53 12 1917 53 13 1918 53 14 1919 Safety General Scope and Contents note Includes inspection reports, safety congress meetings and correspondence regarding accidents and safety training. 54 1 1919 54 2 1936-1937 Safety Award Programs Scope and Contents note Regarding the presentation of the safety award 54 3 1947 June 21 54 4 1957 Schools Accounts Scope and Contents note List of credits and debits 54 5 1921 54 6 1922 54 7 1923 54 8 1930 54 9 1931 54 10 1932 54 11 1933 54 12 1934 54 13 1935 54 14 1936 54 15 1944-1945 54 16 1946-1948 54 17 1949 January-December Administration Of Scope and Contents note Includes correspondence and accounts of teacher salaries, library operations, student exams, and expenditures. 54 18 1916 54 19 1925-1937 54 20 1937-1939 54 21 1947-1948 Establishment Scope and Contents note Concerns the establishment of schools at Benham, both white and "colored." 54 22 1919 Fundraising 54 23 1947 Parent Guardian Lists Scope and Contents note Concerns both white and "colored" schools. 54 24 1921-1922 54 25 1923, undated Student Activities Scope and Contents note Includes school newspaper, high school schedule, play and sports schedules and programs 54 26 1936-1937 54 27 1937-1938 Service Contracts Scope and Contents note Includes contracts and agreements for equipment maintenance, inspections, mechanical servicing, and renewal of contracts. 55 1 1938-1957 Shepard, Nancy v. J.B Galloway et al (Including Wisconsin Steel.) Scope and Contents note Property Dispute 55 2 1932 Sidewalks 55 3 1919 Statement of Inventories 55 4 1944-1945 55 5 1946-1947 55 6 1947-1948 55 7 1948-1949 Stock Ownership, Investment Plan/ Savings Plan-Reports of Payroll Deductions 55 8 1930 January-July 55 9 1930 August-December 55 10 1931 January-June 55 11 1931 July-December 55 12 1932 January-June Stockpile Coal Scope and Contents note Correspondence and data sheets on tonnage shipped and tonnage left in stock-pile 55 13 1913, 1936-1938 55 14 1939-1943 55 15 1944-1945 55 16 1946-1949 Stores Account Sheets Scope and Contents note Includes supply house and commissary operations. 55 17 1914-1916 55 18 1922 55 19 1923 Stores Ledger Sheets Scope and Contents note Includes daily totals. 55 20 1919-1923 55 21 1924-1931 55 22 1932-1936 55 23 1937-1940 55 24 1941-1946 Stores Sales 55 25 1944-1945 55 26 1946-1949 The Story of the General Motors Strike Scope and Contents note Booklet explaining a strike to stockholders 61 27 1937 April Sub-Committee on Education and Labor of the United States Senate Scope and Contents note Correspondence; includes April 12, 1937 subpeona for Wisconsin Steel 55 28 1937 Summary of Mine Costs 55 29 1944-1945 Superintendent Office Files 55 30 1910-1940 Supply House Material Statements 55 31 1930 55 32 1931 56 1 1932 56 2 1933 56 3 1934 56 4 1935 56 5 1936 56 6 1944 Taxes Correspondence Scope and Contents note Mainly concerns property taxes 56 7 1919 February-October 56 8 1934-1936 56 9 1939 Depreciation 56 10 1937-1947 Federal and State Social Security Taxes 56 11 1940-1942 56 12 1943 56 13 1944-1945 Processing Information note Some of the documents from this folder have been moved to the Restricted File, Box 73, Folder 8 56 14 1947 56 15 1948-1949 Federal Collector of Revenue Scope and Contents note Special tax stamp, oleomargarine, inventory of opium, coca leaves. 56 16 1932 56 17 1940-1949 Federal Cotton Floor Stock Tax Scope and Contents note Includes price change information, inventory records, tax brochures/bulletins 56 18 1933 Federal Income Tax (Withheld) 56 19 1944-1945 57 1 1947 January-October 57 2 1947-1948 57 3 1948-1949 Federal Old Age Benefit Tax Scope and Contents note Part of Federal Social Security: Includes correspondence about tax forms, claims to the social security board for deceased employees, and employer statements. 57 4 1937-1938 Federal Tax on Telephone Services and Retail Dealer's Excise Taxes 57 5 1942 57 6 1943 January-June 57 7 1943 July-November 57 8 1944-1945 57 9 1945 June-November 57 10 1946 57 11 1947 January-June 58 1 1947 July-December 58 2 1948 January-April 58 3 1948 May-December 58 4 1949 January-October Inventory, Records, and Returns 58 5 1932-1933 Property Assessment 58 6 1945 Retailers' Gross Receipts Tax Returns 58 7 1932-1934 State Taxes Scope and Contents note Taxes on telephone, cigarette, theater, processing. 58 8 1937 58 9 1938 58 10 1939 January-July 58 11 1939 August-December 58 12 1940 January-April 59 1 1940 May-August 59 2 1940 September-November 59 3 1942 59 4 1943 January-June 59 5 1943 July-October 59 6 1944-1945 59 7 1945 June-November 59 8 1946 January-December 59 9 1947 January-April 59 10 1947 May-September 60 1 1947 October-December 60 2 1948 January-May 60 3 1948 June-December 60 4 1949 60 5 undated Unemployment Insurance 60 6 1936 60 7 1937-1938 60 8 1948 March-December Telephones 60 9 1913-1919 60 10 1947-1949 Scope and Contents note Includes Kentucky Independent Telephone Association material Tenement Accounts Scope and Contents note Data, including aggregate, regarding rent, cost of electricity and water at Benham. Also provides reasons why residents didn't pay their rent such as "gone" "sick" "strike." 60 11 1912-1914 60 12 1915 60 13 1916 60 14 1917 60 15 1918 60 16 1919 60 17 1920 60 18 1921 60 19 1922 60 20 1923 61 1 1930 61 2 1931 61 3 1932 61 4 1933 61 5 1934 61 6 1935 61 7 1936 61 8 1940-1942 61 9 1946-1947 61 10 1947-1948 61 11 1948-1949 Theatre Accounts Scope and Contents note Benham Theatre expenses 61 12 1934-1935 61 13 1944-1946 61 14 1947-1949 Time Sheets Scope and Contents note Time sheets are concentrated in 1977 with some from previous or later years; falling between 1974-1978. The collection has been arranged chronologically by date, work shift, and then location. Any undated time sheets found were left in their original folders and placed at the back. When an educated guess could be made as to where a sheet belonged then it was noted as the probable date on the sheet and placed where appropriate. 61 15 1974-1976 Scope and Contents note Benham Coal Time Sheets 1974 - Jan 20, 1977 61 16 1976 December 61 17 1976 December 61 18 1976 December 61 19 1976-1977 61 20 1977 January 3-4 Scope and Contents note paperclipped section was found stapled and was placed at the back of the folder. 61 21 1977 January 5-6 62 1 1977 January 7-8 62 2 1977 January 10-11 62 3 1977 Janury 12-13 Scope and Contents note 1-11-77 Shift 2 was found stapled and is now paperclipped 62 4 1977 January 14-16 62 5 1977 January 17-18 62 6 1977 January 19-20 62 7 1977 January 21 Scope and Contents note Benham Coal Time Sheets Jan 21 - Feb 22, 1977 62 8 1977 January 24-25 62 9 1977 January 26-27 62 10 1977 January 28-31 Scope and Contents note One section of 1-26-1977 was found stapled, this section was paperclipped and not sorted from its original order. 62 11 1977 February 1-2 62 12 1977 February 3-4 62 13 1977 February 5-7 Scope and Contents note Undated paged placed in back of folder 63 1 1977 February 8-9 63 2 1977 February 10 63 3 1977 February 11-13 63 4 1977 February 14-15 63 5 1977 February 16-17 Scope and Contents note Undated paged placed in back of folder 63 6 1977 February 18-19 Scope and Contents note Undated paged placed in back of folder 63 7 1977 February 21-22 63 8 1977 February 23-24 Scope and Contents note Benham Coal Time Sheets Feb 23, - Mar 23, 1977 63 9 1977 February 25-28 63 10 1977 March 1-2 63 11 1977 March 5-7 63 12 1977 March 3-4 63 13 1977 March 8-9 64 1 1977 March 10-13 64 2 1977 March 14-15 64 3 1977 March 16-17 64 4 1977 March 18-19 64 5 1977 March 21-23 64 6 1977 March 24-28 Scope and Contents note Benham Coal Time Sheets Mar 24 - Apr 27, 1977 64 7 1977 March 29-30 64 8 1977 March 31 64 9 1977 April 1-6 64 10 1977 April 7-10 64 11 1977 April 11-13 65 1 1977 April 13-17 65 2 1977 Apri l 18-19 65 3 1977 April 20-21 65 4 1977 April 22-25 65 5 1977 April 26-27 65 6 1977 April 28-30 Scope and Contents note Benham Coal Time Sheets Apr 28 - May 26, 1977 65 7 1977 May 1-3 65 8 1977 May 4-5 65 9 1977 May 6-7 65 10 1977 May 9-10 65 11 1977 May 11-12 65 12 1977 May 13-14 66 1 1977 May 16-17 66 2 1977 May 18-19 66 3 1977 May 20-21 66 4 1977 May 23-24 66 5 1977 May 25-26 66 6 1977 May 27-31 Scope and Contents note Benham Coal Time Sheets May 27, 1977 - Feb 18, 1978 66 7 1977 June 1-2 66 8 1977 June 3-4 66 9 1977 June 6-7 66 10 1977 June 8-9 66 11 1977 June 10-11 66 12 1977 June 13-14 66 13 1977 June 15-26 66 14 1977-1978 Tolbert, William Jr. Scope and Contents note Accident report dealing with the death of the son of an African-American miner. 67 1 1948 Tonnage Statements Scope and Contents note No.1 and No.2 Mine 67 2 1922 67 3 1923 67 4 1944-1945 67 5 1946-1948 Total Sales, Charges and Transfers Scope and Contents note Store and market sales and transfers by month and year 67 6 1915-1942 Town and Other Miscellaneous Operations General Scope and Contents note Includes estimates 67 7 1944-1948 67 8 1948-1949 Post Office and Lodge Hall 67 9 1944-1949 Service Station 67 10 1944-1947 67 11 1948-1949 Track Scales Scope and Contents note Concerns the building and upkeep of track scales at the No.1 And No.2 Mines (for weighing coke and coal) 67 12 1919 January-November Traffic Department Scope and Contents note Correspondence about different aspects of freight and railroad cars. Includes shipping, replacement, and repair information. 67 13 1944-1945 67 14 1946-1947 67 15 1947-1948 67 16 1949 67 17 1950 January-September Traveling Expense Statements 68 1 1942-1943 68 2 1944-1945 68 3 1946 October-December 68 4 1947 January-March 68 5 1947 April-July 68 6 1947 August-October 68 7 1947-1948 68 8 1948 June-October 68 9 1949 January-July Trial Balances with Accounts Payable and Receivable 69 1 1914 69 2 1915 69 3 1916 69 4 1917 69 5 1918 69 6 1919 69 7 1920 69 8 1921 69 9 1922 69 10 1923 69 11 1930 69 12 1931 69 13 1932 69 14 1933 70 1 1934 70 2 1935 70 3 1936 70 4 1944-1945 70 5 1946-1947 70 6 1947-1948 Unemployment Compensation Scope and Contents note Includes correspondence about claims. 70 7 1940 Processing Information note Some documents from this folder have been relocated to the Restricted Files, Box 73, Folder 9 70 8 1945 Processing Information note These documents were moved to the Restricted File, Box 73, Folder 10 70 9 1946-1949 Processing Information note Some documents from this folder have been relocated to the Restricted Files, Box 73, Folder 11 United States Savings Bonds Scope and Contents note Some Moved to Restricted Correspondence Scope and Contents note Includes name changes, correction of errors in names, amounts, addresses. Also correspondence between Int. Harvester and Bond Division about policies and procedures. 70 10 1944-1945 Processing Information note Some documents from this folder have been relocated to the Restricted file, Box 73, Folder 13. Documents regarding certain employees that can be found in this folder may have additional documents that can be located in the Restricted Folder. Disbursement Statements 70 11 1948 May-October Processing Information note Some documents from this folder have been relocated to the Restricted file, Box 73, Folder 12 Issued Bonds 70 12 1944-1945 Scope and Contents note Some documents from this folder have been relocated to the Restricted file, Box 73, Folder 12 Payroll Savings By Employees for the Purchase of US Savings Bonds Scope and Contents note Also called government bonds. 70 13 1946-1947 Processing Information note Some documents from this folder have been relocated to the Restricted file, Box 73, Folder 12 70 14 1948, undated Scope and Contents note Some documents from this folder have been relocated to the Restricted file, Box 73, Folder 12 70 15 1949 Processing Information note Some documents from this folder have been relocated to the Restricted file, Box 73, Folder 12 Pension Plan 70 16 1945-1949 Wage Agreements Between United Mine Workers (UMWA) and the Bituminous Coal Operators Association (BCOA) 70 17 1945-1957 Wage Agreements Between US Coal and Coke and the United Mine Workers of America 70 18 1948-1950 Wage Scales and Coal Rates Scope and Contents note Describes the reasons for rates, cart vs. ton wages, bonus systems, wage rate competition with other mines. 71 1 1919 June-November 71 2 1919-1921 71 3 1922 71 4 1933-1941 War Bonds Scope and Contents note Includes materials on the 'Seventh War Loan ( 7th War Loan )' 71 5 1941-1944 Water Supply Scope and Contents note Water sample and sanitation reports and also fire protection 71 6 1919 71 7 1936-1937 71 8 1938 RESTRICTED DOCUMENTS Conditions Governing Access note Researchers must sign a release form before use. Employees Scope and Contents note from employees to company 73 1 1945-1947, undated Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 12, Folder 7 Social Security Nos. 73 2 1944-1945 Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 12, Folder 13 Social Security Nos. 73 3 1947 March-October, undated Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 12 Folder 14 73 4 1948 May-June Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 12, Folder 17 Government and State Forms 73 5 1945 January Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 23, Folder 27 Insurance 73 6 1949-1949 Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 26, Folder 20 Personnel Management 73 7 1946-1947 Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 36, Folder 9 Taxes 73 8 1944-1945 Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 43, Folder 13 Unemployment Compensation 73 9 1940 April-August Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 51, Folder 12 73 10 1945 Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 51, Folder 13 73 11 1947-1949 Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 51, Folder 14 United States Savings Bonds Scope and Contents note forms used to authorize International Harvester Co. to deduct money from an employees paycheck for the bonds. Also includes cashing out bonds and changes in amounts of money. Includes name changes, correction of errors in names, amounts, addresses. Also correspondence between Int. Harvester and Bond Division about policies and procedures. 73 12 1944-1950 Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 51, Folder 15 73 13 1944-1945 Processing Information note RESTRICTED: Removed from Box 51, Folders 16-20 Weekly Operating Reports Scope and Contents note Tally of the number of loaders, datmen, cars of coal, slate, tons per shift. 71 9 1936-1937 71 10 1943 April-October Welfare Expenditures Scope and Contents note Includes costs of sanitation, drinking water, safety campaign, schools, hospital and medical 72 1 1917 White, Lewis Lease Scope and Contents note Land was leased to Benham to mine coal 72 2 1928-1943 OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS Cashier's Disbursements Scope and Contents note aggregate 74 1 1948 Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 6, Folder 10 Cashier's Report of Receipts Scope and Contents note aggregate numbers 74 2 1947-1948 Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 6, Folder 12 Church Scope and Contents note Lists of names, miner's check number, and amount donated. 74 3 1921-1943 Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 7, Folder 19 Coke Manufacturing 74 4 1921-1922 Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 9, Folder 7 Daily Tally of Men Working Scope and Contents note number of employees by job category in No. 1 Mine, No. 2 Mine, Coke yard, and Miscellaneous 74 5 1920 Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 11, Folder 9 74 6 1922 January-May Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 11, Folder 9 74 7 1923 January-December Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 11, Folder 9 Deferred Charges 74 8 1922 Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 11, Folder 15 Labor Turnover Report 74 9 1936-1938 Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 28, Folder 10 Payroll and Margin Collections Scope and Contents note Semi-monthly accounting of money owed to company by individuals. Often relating to equipment charges, doctor's fees, school and burial. 74 10 1920 Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 37, Folder 7 74 11 1947-1948 Processing Information note OVERSIZED DOCUMENTS: Removed from Box 37, Folder 8 Wisconsin Steel Co. v. J.M Flanery et al. 72 3 1917-1919 Works Council 72 4 1936-1937 YMCA, Colored YMCA, School, Church Expenses 72 5 1914 72 6 1915 72 7 1916 72 8 1917 72 9 1918 72 10 1919 72 11 1920 Internal Documents Scope and Contents note EBA rules and regulations, meeting minutes, elections of officers, correspondence, financial reports, earnings, lists and statistics Group Life Instruction Manual 75 1 undated Scope and Contents note Contains policies and procedures for determining eligibility. Insurance Rules and Regulations 75 2 1933-1945 Scope and Contents note Announcements, Updates and Correspondence Insurance Rules and Regulations 75 3 1946-1954, undated Scope and Contents note Announcements, Updates and Correspondence Insurance Rules and Regulations 75 4 1931-1952, undated Scope and Contents note Booklets and Pamphlets Semi-Annual Meeting 75 5 1949 April 28 Scope and Contents note Minutes Special Meeting 75 6 1950 June 8 Scope and Contents note Minutes Trustee Election 75 7 1949 Form Procedures and Guidelines 75 8 undated EBA Correspondence 75 9 1934-1935 EBA Correspondence 75 10 1936 EBA Correspondence 75 11 1937 EBA Correspondence 75 12 1938 EBA Correspondence 76 1 1939 EBA Correspondence 76 2 1940 EBA Correspondence 76 3 1941 EBA Correspondence 76 4 1942 EBA and Group Life Correspondence 76 5 1943 Scope and Contents note Group Life Insurance was added as an option for employees around this time. Since some employees did not qualify for EBA because of medical reasons, Group Life provided an alternative. EBA Correspondence 76 6 1944 EBA Correspondence 76 7 1945 EBA Correspondence 76 8 1946 EBA Correspondence 76 9 1947 EBA Correspondence 76 10 1948 EBA Correspondence 76 11 1949, undated Group Life Correspondence 76 12 1944 Group Life Correspondence 76 13 1945 Group Life Correspondence 76 14 1946 Group Life Correspondence 76 15 1947 Group Life Correspondence 76 16 1948 Group Life Correspondence 76 17 1949 Financial and Annual Reports 76 18 1944-1948 Members Earnings (Payroll; Loaders and Machine Men) 76 19 1936 June 26 Group Insurance Certificate Numbers 76 20 1944-1949 Scope and Contents note Name of Employee and Corresponding Group Insurance Certificate Number Age Statistics 76 21 1935-1938 Scope and Contents note Breakdown of employees by age category and type of work Statement of Men Taken On Who are 45 Yrs. Or Older 76 22 1937 Scope and Contents note [These are forms indicating whether and how many employees over 45 were hired by the company] Contributions and DBO (Death Benefit Only) 76 23 1934 Scope and Contents note List of employees and amount contributed (Death Benefit Only was an option to employees that didn't offer disability payments or hospital care but only a cash sum upon their death to their beneficiary.) Contributions and DBO (Death Benefit Only) 76 24 1935 Scope and Contents note List of employees and amount contributed Employee Benefits Association Series (Restricted) Scope and Contents note This section of the Benham Coal Papers contains the office correspondence, forms and other documents related to employees' membership status in the Employee Benefit Association (EBA) and related benefit plans (Group Life Insurance, Hospitalization and Surgical Benefits, Death Benefits). Included are lists of employees, amounts paid for membership, reasons why employees are denied membership, reinstatements to membership, and changes in membership status. Other information includes correspondence about the EBA and other benefit plans, internal documents about the function of the EBA and its rules and regulations, annual financial reports, and statistics about the employee population in regard to age, work area, pay, etc. The last portion of this section contains case records, arranged alphabetically by last name, of benefit recipients, usually deceased, who were investigated by the EBA. These folders include medical information, legal investigation documents and correspondence and are restricted. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in the following series and subseries are restricted through the year 2050 as follows: -Employee Benefits Association series, Membership Forms subseries (box 79, folder 9, and box 80, folders 12-15); Case Files subseries (boxes 83-85); and Individual Employee Files A-Z subseries (boxes 86-148) The identification of any names of employees or their family members or their place of residence in any manner is prohibited. Also, these materials may not be photocopied, microfilmed, or reproduced in any way. Researchers must complete a manuscript restrictions form before access will be granted. Group Life Insurance Annual Reports Scope and Contents note List of employees and amount contributed, recogciliation paperwork, and letters to Auditors with information about the report. Annual Reports 77 1 1943 Annual Reports 77 2 1944 Annual Reports 77 3 1945 Annual Reports 77 4 1946 Annual Reports 77 5 1947 Annual Reports 77 6 1948 Annual Reports 77 7 1949 Membership Checkup 78 1 1935-1941 Membership Checkup 78 2 1942-1946 Membership Checkup 78 3 1949 Membership Forms (Restricted) Scope and Contents note Member approval, rejection, application, reinstatement and transfer forms as well as other related paperwork. Conditions Governing Access note Box 79, folder 9, and box 80, folders 14-15, are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. Members Approved for EBA 78 4 1933 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 5 1934 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 6 1935 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 7 1936 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 8 1937 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 9 1938 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 10 1939 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 11 1940 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 12 1941 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 13 1942 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for EBA 78 14 1943 Scope and Contents note BA-28 Members Approved for Group Life Insurance 79 1 1943 Members Approved for EBA 79 2 1944 Members Approved for Group Life Insurance 79 3 1944 Members Approved for EBA and Group Life Insurance 79 4 1945 Members Approved for EBA and Group Life Insurance 79 5 1946 Members Approved for EBA and Group Life Insurance 79 6 1947 Members Approved for EBA and Group Life Insurance 79 7 1948 Scope and Contents note [Hospital and Surgical plan added] Members Approved for EBA and Group Life Insurance 79 8 1949 Scope and Contents note [Hospital and Surgical plan added] EBA Members as of January 18 1951 (Restricted) 79 9 1951 January Processing Information note RESTRICT: Contains Social Security Numbers. Researchers must sign a release form before use. Group Life Insurance Application List 80 1 1942 Scope and Contents note Lists of employees applying for the new Group Life Insurance Option Group Life Insurance Application List 80 2 1943 Scope and Contents note Lists of employees applying for the new Group Life Insurance Option Reinstated Memberships to EBA and Group Life 80 3 1943-1944 Scope and Contents note Most reinstatements are employees who are returning to work after military service Reinstated Memberships to EBA and Group Life 80 4 1945 Reinstated Memberships to EBA and Group Life 80 5 1946 Reinstated Memberships to EBA and Group Life 80 6 1947 Reinstated Memberships to EBA and Group Life 80 7 1948 Scope and Contents note [Hospital and Surgical plan added] Reinstated Memberships to EBA and Group Life 80 8 1949 Scope and Contents note [Hospital and Surgical plan added] EBA Rejects - Approved 80 9 1945 Scope and Contents note Employees originally rejected for EBA for medical reasons and later approved after re-examination. EBA Rejects - Approved 80 10 1946 Scope and Contents note Employees originally rejected for EBA for medical reasons and later approved after re-examination. EBA Rejects - Approved 80 11 1947 Scope and Contents note Employees originally rejected for EBA for medical reasons and later approved after re-examination. Rejected Applications for EBA (Restricted) 80 12 1934-1943 Processing Information note RESTRICT: Contains Medical Information. Researchers must sign a release before use. Rejected Applications for EBA (Restricted) 80 13 1944 Processing Information note RESTRICT: Contains Medical Information. Researchers must sign a release form before use. Rejected Applications for EBA (Restricted) 80 14 1945 Processing Information note RESTRICT: Contains Medical Information. Researchers must sign a release form before use. Rejected Applications for EBA (Restricted) 80 15 1946, undated Processing Information note RESTRICT: Contains Medical Information. Researchers must sign a release form before use. [Membership Changes] 80 16 1949 Scope and Contents note BA - 30 [New Memberships, Reinstatements, Transfers] 80 17 1949-1950 Scope and Contents note BA - 29 Payroll Transfers 80 18 1949 Scope and Contents note BA - 28 [Intra-company Transfers, Terminations] 80 19 1939-1941 Notice of Termination of Membership 80 20 1948 Quits of Non-EBA and Group Life Members 80 21 1948 Employees that Quit before becoming EBA and Group Life Members 80 22 1949 Employees Who Are Not EBA Members 80 23 1937 Laid-off Employees Not Returned to Work After 2 Years 80 24 1949 Scope and Contents note BA - 28 Furlough Requests and Paperwork Granting Furloughs 80 25 1947-1948 Scope and Contents note BA - 11 EBA Payment Receipts from Employees on Furlough 80 26 1947-1948 Scope and Contents note BA - 10 Blank Forms 80 27 undated Scope and Contents note Unused forms Benefit Payment Forms Scope and Contents note Hospital Correspondence about treatments received and payments due, claims records and memos, check receipts and changes in "Hospital Class" (benefit amounts) Hospitalization Correspondence 81 1 1946 Hospitalization Correspondence 81 2 1947 Hospitalization Correspondence 81 3 1948 Hospitalization Correspondence 81 4 1949 EBA Claims Records 81 5 1944-1949 EBA Claims Correspondence 81 6 1944-1947, undated EBA Claims Record Memos 81 7 1944-1949 Receipts for Checks Issued to Employees 81 8 1944-1945 Scope and Contents note Settlement Claims for EBA Benefits Receipts for Checks Issued to Employees 81 9 1948 August-December Scope and Contents note Settlement Claims for EBA Benefits Receipts for Checks Issued to Employees 81 10 1949 January-June Scope and Contents note Settlement Claims for EBA Benefits EBA Check Receipts 82 1 1949 Scope and Contents note BA - 17 EBA and Hospitalization Benefits Paid 82 2 1945-1949 Scope and Contents note List Increase in Hospital Class 82 3 1948 Scope and Contents note BA -28 (Changes in the amount of hospital coverage employees purchased) Increase/Decrease in Hospital Class 82 4 1949 Scope and Contents note BA -28 (Changes in the amount of hospital coverage employees purchased) Case Files (Restricted) Conditions Governing Access note Restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. Scope and Contents note Medical and Legal information. Case records about illness, disabilities and deaths, including investigations performed by the EBA to determine beneficiaries. These files cover a wide variety of medical conditions both physical and mental, as well as accidental deaths and homocides. B-95 83 1 Scope and Contents note Two folders containing medical information and documents during 1937-1951 including many treatments and disability payments for work missed because of complications. Also has info about converting his insurance after he became permanently disabled. B-95 83 2 B-xxx 83 3 Scope and Contents note Papers about an employee who was a subsciber in the Stock Ownership and Investment Plan at Benham and the status/disbursment of his shares of stock after his death. B-39 83 4 Scope and Contents note Medical papers and papers pertaining to the investigation by the company into the murder of this man by the constable elect of Letcher County. B-1135 83 5 Scope and Contents note Medical papers and death certificate and other information pertaining to death benefit payments to this man's beneficiary. B-92 83 6 Scope and Contents note Papers regarding this African American man's EBA benefits, his pension and the discovery that he was still working after being pensioned. B-938 83 7 Scope and Contents note Papers regarding the death benefit status of this African American man after he was murdered by another man from Benham. The newspaper clipping is not very informative; both men involved were African American. B-851 83 8 Scope and Contents note Papers regarding the hospital treatment of this African American man, his dependants and the payment of his death benefit. B-1176 83 9 Scope and Contents note Papers regarding the death and benefits of this man and an investigation into the wellbeing of his wife and children afterward B-2051 83 10 Scope and Contents note EBA papers and medical information regarding this man and his death and death benefit paperwork. B-1138 83 11 Scope and Contents note Medical information regarding this African American man and his death. Also contains investigative information about the circumstances of his murder and information from the murder trial used to decide upon his death benefit payments B-2782 83 12 Scope and Contents note Death by gunshot. Death benefits correspondence from and to his family and investigation paperwork into his death as well as information from the trial B-313 83 13 Scope and Contents note Medical and death benefits payment information and memos regarding this African American man. B-412 83 14 Scope and Contents note It was discovered after the death of this African American member that his 'father' was actually his stepfather and that his mother was thus his beneficiary. Investigative papers attempting to verify his birth. B-25 83 15 Scope and Contents note EBA and medical information on this man and an investigation into who exactly his benefits go to after his death. B-824 83 16 Scope and Contents note Medical and investigation paperwork into the accidental fall that injured this man's back and neck and led to his subsequent death. B-158 83 17 Scope and Contents note Medical information on treatment of an accidental gunshot wound received by this African American employee when the gun in his pocket fell and a bullet discharged into his arm. He was carrying the gun because all the African American workers in Benham had been threatened violently during this time. Later medical information about a back injury that left him disabled and paperwork about his benefits before and after his resignation. B-1935 83 18 Scope and Contents note Killed in a mining accident, crushed by a slate fall. Paperwork and correspondence about his complicated family situation in order to locate his correct beneficiary for his death benefits. CP-248, DN-5916 84 1 Scope and Contents note Paperwork of an investigation into whom this African American man's beneficiaries were. He had no wife or children and only half and step sisters that before the investigation didn't know each other existed. B-2224 84 2 Scope and Contents note Death benefits information, memo about a misprint in benefit number on benefits payment check. B-129 84 3 Scope and Contents note Medical information and investigation paperwork involving a fatal plane crash and correspondence about his death benefits. B-505 84 4 Scope and Contents note This man was refused membership to the EBA but payments were still being deducted from his paycheck. He became disabled before this error was corrected. These 2 folders contain medical information and the legal investigation info about whether he will need to be paid benefits for his disability. B-505 84 5 B-1006 84 6 Scope and Contents note Death claim paperwork and memos about incomplete documents. B-19 84 7 Scope and Contents note Medical information on the hospital treatment of the Superintendent of Wisconsin Steel. Includes a few letters from Mr. Galbreath to associates about his treatment and his stay in the hospital. B-90 84 8 Scope and Contents note Medical and treatment information on this African American man and the payment of his death benefits. B-2410 84 9 Scope and Contents note Information about this man's death and benefits and a letter about the lateness of the payments to his widow. B-954 84 10 Scope and Contents note Paperwork on insurance and death of this man as well as a memo asking that his beneficiary show a certificate of membership in order to secure his benefits B-217 84 11 Scope and Contents note EBA and medical information about this man and paperwork involving his death benefits. B-779 84 12 Scope and Contents note EBA and medical information on this man as well as legal documents pertaining to the status of his insurance money after he left the company. B-2263 84 13 Scope and Contents note Hit by a train when drunk. This folder contains medical paperwork, investigation paperwork and death benefits payment correspondence. B-2393 84 14 Scope and Contents note Information regarding this African American man's disability payments, he used all of the available 52 weeks of payments during his disability and died within the 31 day grace period after that, that his insurance was still valid. B-1712 84 15 Scope and Contents note Death benefit paperwork. It was discovered that there was an age discrepancy of 8 years on his medical information at the time of his death, subsequent adjustments with the permission of his wife, to his benefits. B-849 84 16 Scope and Contents note Medical paperwork involving treatment received during this Hungarian man's hospital stay and a dispute about how much of the cost would be covered by his benefits B-96 84 17 Scope and Contents note Information on a past car accident. Medical information and benefits paid. B-1166 84 18 Scope and Contents note Medical and EBA information about this man's disability which lasted over the 52 weeks allowable by the EBA. Correspondence about his benefit status after this fact and what he could do to keep some type of insurance. B-705 84 19 Scope and Contents note Medical information and investigation into the difficulty to diagnose condition of this man. Paperwork involving attempts to give this man a job that would not cause his disorder to act up and questions about his benefits. B-1143 85 1 Scope and Contents note Medical documents and information requested by the EBA for file after death. B-1010 85 2 Scope and Contents note Non-company Hospital information exchange paperwork. B-1082 85 3 Scope and Contents note Sudden death investigation papers involving testimony of witnesses of the death at the mine. B-781 85 4 Scope and Contents note Paperwork on treatment and EBA benefits; some treatments received at non-company doctor. B-2261 85 5 Scope and Contents note Medical information about this man and memos about slow paperwork and miscommunications within the company. B-1726 85 6 Scope and Contents note Paperwork on Hospital care at a non-company hospital and questions about charges and procedures and their ability to be covered by the EBA. B-892A 85 7 Scope and Contents note Wife found Life Insurance policy 22 years after husband's death and had forgotten receiving the benefits, correspondence between her and the EBA. B-481 85 8 Scope and Contents note Investigation paperwork regarding this African American man's death by gunshot, also medical history and other paperwork. B-2360, GO-9721 85 9 Scope and Contents note Job Transfer paperwork. B-320 85 10 Scope and Contents note Dispute of benefits between 18 year old (still considered a minor by Kentucky laws of the time) wife and the mother of Mr. Pierce after his death as well as legal correspondence between International Harvester and its attorneys. Some insight into EBA rules and regulations regarding beneficiaries in the event of the death of an employee. B-1820 85 11 Scope and Contents note Correspondence and paperwork concerning whom the beneficiary of this man was (ex-wife). B-1177 85 12 Scope and Contents note The paperwork of a Non-EBA Member with Group Life Insurance Benefits only. B-718 85 13 Scope and Contents note Medical and death paperwork regarding this man. B-422 85 14 Scope and Contents note Medical information and paperwork involved in the search for marriage certificate and other documents after this employee's death. B-894 85 15 Scope and Contents note Medical forms and documents regarding a change in the payment method of this African American man's death benefits to his widow. B-2756 85 16 Scope and Contents note Investigation paperwork about a car wreck this man was involved in that left him disabled. Medical documents and paperwork involving this man's disability benefits during the maximum 52 week period. B-2463 85 17 Scope and Contents note Investigation documents into bus accident that resulted in this African American man's death. B-104, B-621 85 18 Scope and Contents note Medical records involving various treatments this man received at Benham and paperwork regarding a change in his designated beneficiary after his divorce. B-827 85 19 Scope and Contents note Medical information regarding this African American man and his death and paperwork related to his treatment at a non-company hospital. Individual Employee Files A-Z (Restricted) Scope and Contents note This section of the Benham Coal Collection, located within the larger section of Employee Benefits Association papers, is separated by individual employee. Every employee at Benham was issued an Employee Benefits Association (EBA) number to track their use of benefits. Later (around 1955) Benham began using social security numbers or certificate numbers (xx-xxxx) instead of EBA numbers. Around this same time period Benham also changed their forms. The new forms omit the category of "race", therefore the race of employees is indeterminate after this change. Where race or gender could be determined (if other than 'white' or if 'female') it has been noted. The folders in this section are labeled by Employee Benefits number or Certificate number(or the last 4 digits of the employee's social security number if they were never issued an EBA number), but are organized alphabetically by surname. This was done to protect the identity of the employee, since much of the information included in the searchable notes for each file is of a medical or personal nature. Each box lists the alphabetical range of folders included within to assist with searching by surname. Each employee file contains information about the employee and their dependants, including; Employee Benefits Association and other benefits resulting from accidents at work, home, etc. and documentation pertaining to those accidents such as surgeon's reports, correspondence between departments about benefits, statements from employees and witnesses, as well as any investigation materials collected. Medical records and other information, such as notations about divorce, death, adoptions, and births are also included. Other documents included are statements by employees such as confirmations of birth dates and other legal matters and notifications of changes in benefits. Because of the nature and content of much of this material (medical information and social security numbers), this entire section is restricted. Conditions Governing Access note All boxes Restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. Ad - Bal Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Ad - Bal B-3155, B-3277 86 1 1953-1976 6350 86 2 1976-1977 5276 86 3 1970-1972 B-2735 86 4 1947-1951 B-2379 86 5 1945-1958 B-3006 (African-American and female) 86 6 1951-1952 5875 86 7 1969-1971 B-231 (African-American) 86 8 1935-1970 B-2348 (African-American) 86 9 1946-1960 B-1989 (Female) 86 10 1944-1958 B-2124 86 11 1944-1957 B-2893 86 12 1949-1964 B-2549 86 13 1945-1952 B-1219 86 14 1946-1954 B-2996 86 15 1950-1954 B-1123 86 16 1946-1955 2554 86 17 1976-1977 B-2989 86 18 1951-1952 B-2570 86 19 1946-1956 9988 86 20 1973 January-October B-891 86 21 1946-1965 5200 86 22 1975-1976 4657 86 23 1970-1976 B-2028 86 24 1947-1961 B-622 86 25 1939-1974 B-2422 86 26 1946-1953 Ban - Bel Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Ban - Bel B-2707 87 1 1947-1976 9841 87 2 1974-1976 B- 2649 87 3 1946-1962 B-2253 87 4 1947-1955 B-3085 (Female) 87 5 1952-1955 B-2455 (Female) 87 6 1946-1963 1384 87 7 1970-1975 6003 (Suicide at age 28, hanging) 87 8 1971-1974 24-3212 (Female) 87 9 1955-1957 B-1300 (African-American) 87 10 1942-1951 B-768 87 11 1941-1969 B-2847 (Female) 87 12 1948-1951 9251 87 13 1935-1972 0743 87 14 1971-1977 24-3297 (Female) 87 15 1957-1961 B-3029 (African-American) 87 16 1951-1958 B-1923 87 17 1943-1972 6509 87 18 1969-1974 B-3149 87 19 1953-1954 Bel - Bog Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Ben - Bog B-2207 88 1 1945-1965 B-649 88 2 1939-1961 B-2850 (Female) 88 3 1948-1965 B-1016 (African-American) 88 4 1946-1954 B-2221 88 5 1944-1963 B-2513 88 6 1946-1964 B-161 88 7 1935-1971 24-3311 88 8 1960-1961 B-970 88 9 1942-1953 B-2121 88 10 1944-1954 7549 88 11 1971-1972 B-2346 (African-American) 88 12 1946-1958 B-29, GO-6141 (Chief Engineer) 88 13 1934-1954 3731 88 14 1970-1974 1077 88 15 1973-1974 8599 88 16 1969-1970 5421 88 17 1971-1973 1675 88 18 1968-1973 4332 88 19 1969-1974 Bog - Bro Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Bog - Bro B-1721 89 1 1943-1964 B-446 89 2 1936-1953 B-2042, 24-3186 89 3 1951-1964 24-3290 89 4 1957-1958 8573 89 5 1966-1973 B-962 89 6 1946-1958 B-1791 89 7 1943-1963 B-97 89 8 1935-1958 6946 89 9 1968-1973 0303 89 10 1973 February-June 24-3070 89 11 1952-1954 24-3267 89 12 1957-1963 2998 89 13 1968-1974 B-1052 89 14 1942-1953 24-3170 89 15 1953-1954 B-3112, 24-3203 89 16 1952-1964 24-3081 89 17 1952 January-September 24-3243 89 18 1957-1959 B-1039 89 19 1946-1953 B-3066 89 20 1952-1960 B-763 89 21 1941-1976 2045 89 22 1969-1972 B-1079 89 23 1946-1961 Broc - Brow Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Broc - Brow B-953 90 1 1947-1971 B-3091 90 2 1952-1955 B-560 (African-American) 90 3 1938-1952 B-1061 90 4 1946-1955 9474 90 5 1966-1967 B-1555 (African-American) 90 6 1943-1962 B-2423 90 7 1945-1958 B-2874 (Injured during service at Church of God where they handled snakes.) 90 8 1949-1954 B-2347 90 9 1946-1955 B-2768 90 10 1947-1955 B-2530 90 11 1946-1963 B-2873 90 12 1949-1951 B-1388 90 13 1942-1952 B-2143 (African-American) 90 14 1944-1959 B-875 (African-American) 90 15 1946-1956 B-2878 (African-American) 90 16 1949-1953 B-1050 (African-American) 90 17 1946-1958 Brow - Byr Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Brow - Byr B-2979 91 1 1950-1955 5695 91 2 1971-1972 B-2898 91 3 1949-1962 B-1072 91 4 1946-1963 B-1154 91 5 1946-1954 B-133 91 6 1935-1961 B-244 91 7 1935-1972 24-3207 91 8 1955-1956 B-1611 91 9 1943-1962 B-1818 91 10 1943-1951 1292 91 11 1969-1972 B-2187 91 12 1946-1951 2279 91 13 1974-1975 24-3241 (Female) 91 14 1956-1963 24-3261 91 15 1957-1963 B-3018 91 16 1951-1971 8620 91 17 1969-1977 9196 91 18 1968-1975 B-2156 91 19 1944-1967 B-2939 91 20 1949-1954 B-3060, 24-3228 91 21 1951-1963 B-1089 91 22 1942-1955 24-3253 91 23 1957-1961 B-81 (African-American) 91 24 1934-1969 Cad - Can Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Cad - Can B-2551 92 1 1946-1953 24-3283 92 2 1954-1961 B-2638 92 3 1946-1961 3437 92 4 1966-1967 B-2660 92 5 1946-1960 B-417 (African-American) 92 6 1936-1973 B-577 (African-American) 92 7 1939-1970 B-745, B-349 92 8 1935-1961 B-3137, 24-3137 92 9 1953-1954 8940 92 10 1968 24-3296 92 11 1957-1959 B-2910 92 12 1949-1963 B-2603 92 13 1946-1976 B-2313 92 14 1946-1963 Car - Cla Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Car - Cla B-3104 (African-American and Female) 93 1 1952-1955 24-3310, B-2198 93 2 1944- 1965 B-2959 93 3 1950-1972 B-2342 93 4 1945-1967 24-3284 93 5 1958-1959 B-840 (African-American) 93 6 1946-1956 3260 (Italian (not recorded as, just googled geneaology)) 93 7 1966-1969 24-3273 93 8 1957-1963 B-2957 93 9 1950-1962 B-713, 24-713 93 10 1940-1971 B-2833 93 11 1948-1963 8907 93 12 1967-1972 B-2925, GO-1071 93 13 1950-1955 B-3082 93 14 1952-1955 24-3257 93 15 1957-1962 B-2753 93 16 1947-1976 6935 93 17 1968-1972 B-2051 93 18 1944-1947 B-569 93 19 1939-1962 B-2382 93 20 1946-1958 Cla - Com Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Cla - Com 24-3260 94 1 1957-1963 7463 94 2 1966 June-August B-2794 (African-American) 94 3 1947-1953 B-3083 94 4 1952-1955 6023 94 5 1974-1976 9009 94 6 1967-1969 B-2808 94 7 1947-1962 B-3069, 24-3069 94 8 1952-1954 B-1048 94 9 1941-1969 B-21 94 10 1932-1956 B-2946 94 11 1950-1971 B-178 94 12 1935-1967 B-987 94 13 1946-1972 8270 94 14 1969-1971 B-3125, B-3281 94 15 1952-1974 5551 94 16 1972-1974 B-2738 94 17 1947-1958 9295 94 18 1969-1972 6660 94 19 1976 March-September 1676 94 20 1971-1976 B-755 94 21 1940-1962 Con - Cor Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Con - Cor B-981 (African-American) 95 1 1946-1954 9563 95 2 1974-1977 3550 95 3 1976-1977 7418 95 4 1976-1977 B-1001 95 5 1934-1976 3081 95 6 1974-1975 B-684 95 7 1940-1959 7546 95 8 1970-1971 B-1779 (Female) 95 9 1943 June B-1076 95 10 1936-1954 B-2970 95 11 1950-1955 B-2843 (Female) 95 12 1948-1953 3097 95 13 1975-1977 B-1097 95 14 1947-1958 B-2716 95 15 1947-1963 B-2242 95 16 1944-1958 B-1109 95 17 1942-1957 B-823 95 18 1941-1962 B-3128, 24-3128 95 19 1953-1954 24-1099 95 20 1946-1963 B-3210 (Female) 95 21 1955-1958 B-339, B-572 95 22 1935-1966 B-2766 95 23 1947-1954 Cor - Cor Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Cor - Cor B-2705 96 1 1947-1955 B-2770 96 2 1947-1958 B-2350 96 3 1946-1964 B-660 96 4 1939-1958 0974 96 5 1974-1976 B-321 96 6 1935-1965 B-2193 96 7 1944-1964 B-2205 96 8 1945-1974 24-3143 96 9 1953-1954 B-890 (African-American) 96 10 1946-1955 9419 96 11 1969-1970 2118 (Female) 96 12 1975-1977 B-2936 (Female) 96 13 1949-1955 B-870 96 14 1946-1971 6630 96 15 1968-1976 8322 96 16 1968-1976 B-1108 96 17 1946-1953 Cor - Cre Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Cor - Cre B-2466 97 1 1946-1964 B-2901 (African-American and Female) 97 2 1949-1953 B-3174 97 3 1954-1955 8056 (Female) 97 4 1961-1965 B-2986 97 5 1950-1951 1791 97 6 1975-1976 B-1983 97 7 1943-1961 B-2727 97 8 1947-1953 B-2904 97 9 1949-1967 0178 97 10 1970-1975 B-2675 97 11 1946-1955 B-844 97 12 1936-1955 B-407 97 13 1936-1977 3592 97 14 1967-1969 6711 97 15 1969-1969 B-2528 (African-American) 97 16 1946-1959 B-2373 97 17 1946-1946 B-2630 97 18 1947-1950 B-2998 (Female) 97 19 1951-1953 3676 97 20 1967-1971 B-1698 97 21 1943-1961 24-3246 97 22 1953-1964 B-2973 (Female) 97 23 1950-1955 B-2867, 24-3192, 24-3153 97 24 1949-1971 B-3037 97 25 1951-1955 Cre - Dea Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Cre - Dea B-2480 98 1 1946-1964 B-1576 98 2 1943-1948 B-1384 98 3 1942-1951 B-2966 98 4 1950-1954 B-2929 98 5 1949-1951 B-2641 98 6 1947-1963 B-2928 98 7 1949-1955 B-2547 98 8 1946-1955 3712 98 9 1971-1976 24-3248 98 10 1957-1958 B-2886 98 11 1949-1955 1032 98 12 1966-1976 B-1362 (African-American) 98 13 1942-1953 3132 98 14 1977 April-September B-1509 98 15 1942-1972 8878 98 16 1969-1977 2930 98 17 1973-1975 5287 98 18 1970-1971 6949 98 19 1970-1975 4967 98 20 1967-1975 0073 98 21 1968-1972 B-2997 98 22 1950-1955 7471 98 23 1972-1974 1459 (East-Indian American) 98 24 1973-1974 B-940 98 25 1946-1965 Dea - Dis Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Dea - Dis 3945 99 1 1973-1976 B-2819 99 2 1947-1956 B-79 99 3 1934-1954 B-2246 99 4 1945-1951, undated 24-3151 99 5 1953-1954 B-3040 (Female) 99 6 1951-1956 B-2990 99 7 1950-1954 B-1114 99 8 1943-1969 B-3182, 24-3182 99 9 1954-1955 B-1370 99 10 1942-1955 B-699 99 11 1940-1957 B-2933 (Female) 99 12 1949-1951 B-806 (Changed First Name) 99 13 1941-1966 B-2883 99 14 1949-1950 B-692 99 15 1940-1954 B-1073 99 16 1946-1967 B-2950 99 17 1950-1955 8386 99 18 1972-1976 24-3252 99 19 1957-1958 B-3032 99 20 1951-1953 B-1585 99 21 1943-1963 Dis - Dyk Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Dis - Dyk 24-3202 100 1 1952-1962 B-489 100 2 1936-1964 5851 100 3 1968-1971 9392 100 4 1977 March-November B-2967 100 5 1950-1971 B-2844 100 6 1949-1968 B-3132 100 7 1952-1954 1418 100 8 1966-1971 24-3270 100 9 1957-1963 6149 100 10 1975-1976 B-2924 100 11 1949-1952 B-2765 100 12 1947-1967 B-1435 (Female) 100 13 1946 May-July B-589, B-438 100 14 1935-1962 B-2445 100 15 1946-1955 B-979 (African-American) 100 16 1946-1955 B-700 100 17 1940-1957 2400 100 18 1973-1976 7056 100 19 1973-1974 9339 100 20 1973-1975 7931 100 21 1964-1970 B-2980 100 22 1950-1954 B-2469 100 23 1946-1963 B-1975 (African-American) 100 24 1946-1952 Ear - Ell Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Ear - Ell B-2380 101 1 1946-1963 1104 101 2 1971-1975 B-2165 101 3 1944-1976 8822 101 4 1968-1970 5087 101 5 1970-1976 B-3121 101 6 1952-1955 B-1122 101 7 1942-1964 99 101 8 1956-1957 5529 101 9 1975-1976 B-2816 101 10 1947-1972 B-1687 101 11 1943-1947 24-3092, 24-3271 101 12 1952-1962 B-3169 (African-American and Female) 101 13 1953-1962 B-1245 101 14 1942-1970 B-2343 101 15 1951-1964 Ell - Far Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Ell - Far B-462 (African-American) 102 1 1936-1971 B-3045 (African-American) 102 2 1951-1954 8155 102 3 1969-1974 B-2920 (Female) 102 4 1949-1964 B-1299 102 5 1942-1966 B-1054 102 6 1946-1970 B-831 (African-American) 102 7 1946-1953 B-2871 102 8 1949-1952 B-2991 102 9 1950-1951 5751 102 10 1971-1976 B-2981 102 11 1950-1951 1830 102 12 1976-1977 B-2995 102 13 1950-1958 7114 102 14 1975-1976 B-2978 102 15 1950-1955 B-2700 (African-American and Female) 102 16 1947-1963 B-3015 102 17 1951-1962 1136 102 18 1972-1974 B-2983 102 19 1950-1952 B-2524 102 20 1946-1968 Faw - Fie Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Faw - Fie 24-3300 (Female) 103 1 1957-1965 B-388 103 2 1935-1954 B-2987, B-2470 103 3 1946-1959 B-1087 103 4 1947-1967 B-3240 (Female) 103 5 1956-1958 B-1085 103 6 1942-1965 B-2908 (Female) 103 7 1950-1963 24-3100 (Female) 103 8 1952-1957 B-2954 103 9 1950-1952 1673 103 10 1971-1976 B-2552 103 11 1946-1958 B-2553 103 12 1949-1972 B-3136 103 13 1953-1954 2653 103 14 1968-1975 B-181 103 15 1935-1955 B-2951 103 16 1950-1952 B-3057 103 17 1951-1955 B-1083 103 18 1946-1954 8900 103 19 1970-1976 B-2825 103 20 1947-1970 7299 103 21 1971-1976 7790 103 22 1974-1977 9347 103 23 1974-1976 24-3272 103 24 1957-1958 0383 103 25 1974-1976 B-414 103 26 1936-1953 B-3036 103 27 1951-1953 7339 103 28 1969-1974 Fla - Fug Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Fla - Fug B-810 104 1 1941-1974 24-3216 104 2 1955-1956 B-1100 104 3 1946-1956 B-616 104 4 1939-1962 8125 104 5 1970-1975 B-1147 104 6 1946-1968 B-1141 104 7 1943-1954 B-2265 104 8 1945-1953 24-3298 (Female) 104 9 1957-1958 B-1032 104 10 1946-1967 B-815 104 11 1941-1946 B-2527 104 12 1946-1955 B-1445 104 13 1946-1971 B-2545 104 14 1946-1963 24-3103 104 15 1952-1954 B-50 (African-American) 104 16 1934-1974 24-3191 (Female) 104 17 1955-1957 Fun - Gil Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Fun - Gil B-2285 105 1 1945-1968 8012 105 2 1969-1970 B-2953 (African-American and Female) 105 3 1950-951 B-201, B-633 (African-American) 105 4 1935-1971 B-122 105 5 1934-1976 8430 105 6 1976-1977 B-2745 105 7 1947-1970 B-1066 105 8 1942-1963 B-343, B-574 105 9 1935-1964 B-3113 105 10 1949-1965 B-2631 105 11 1946-1955 B-1084 105 12 1946-1964 5624 105 13 1970-1972 B-87 105 14 1934-1954 6743 105 15 1968-1969 B-1800 105 16 1943-1950 B-2952 105 17 1950-1955 Gil - Gra Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Gil - Gra B-64 106 1 1934-1970 9211 106 2 1968-1970 B-1152 106 3 1947-1958 B-3095 106 4 1951-1955 7194 106 5 1974-1976 B-2771 (Female) 106 6 1947-1955 B-2846 (Female) 106 7 1948-1951 7674 106 8 1974-1976 B-3078, 24-3292 106 9 1952-1959 B-866 106 10 1946-1957 24-3247 106 11 1957-1963 B-488 106 12 1936-1954 4993 106 13 1970-1972 B-1121 106 14 1946-1954 B-3080 106 15 1952-1955 24-3180 106 16 1954-1955 7868 106 17 1966-1971 B-2818 106 18 1947-1955 B-232 106 19 1935-1973 B-1066 106 20 1946-1947 B-2838 106 21 1948-1957 B-2598 106 22 1946-1955 B-1170 106 23 1947-1968 B-885 (African-American) 106 24 1946-1955 Gra - Hal Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Gra - Hal B-1030 107 1 1942-1965 B-83 (African-American) 107 2 1934-1954 B-2606 107 3 1941 December B-1249, B-729 (African-American) 107 4 1941-1976 B-2709 107 5 1950 B-2174 107 6 1946-1955 24-3265 107 7 1957-1962 GO-6145 107 8 1942-1955 B-3118 107 9 1952-1954 B-796 107 10 1941-1955 B-2880 107 11 1949-1954 B-1931 107 12 1936-1969 B-3110 107 13 1953 February B-3012 (Female) 107 14 1951 May-August B-1003 107 15 1946-1957 6343 107 16 1970-1972 B-2333 107 17 1946-1963 B-1272 107 18 1942-1976 9515 107 19 1974-1976 B-2653 107 20 1947-1967 B-2722 107 21 1947-1969 7068 107 22 1970-1976 Hal - Har Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Hal - Har B-3122, 24-3221 108 1 1952-1964 B-1469 108 2 1942-1956 B-3244, 24-3244, 24-3173 (Female) 108 3 1953-1958 B-2971 108 4 1950-1951 4790 108 5 1971-1973 B-2531 108 6 1946-1963 1860 108 7 1968-1969 B-3005 108 8 1951-1955 24-3254 108 9 1957-1963 24-3295 (Female) 108 10 1957-1961 B-3033 108 11 1951-1963 B-1049 108 12 1942-1961 5433 108 13 1968-1970 B-3074 108 14 1952-1955 B-3009 108 15 1951 January-October B-3140 (African-American and Female) 108 16 1952-1954 B-1746 108 17 1943-1955 B-882 (African-American) 108 18 1946-1954 B-2974 (African-American) 108 19 1950-1953 B-2964 (African-American and Female) 108 20 1950-1952 B-723 108 21 1940-1970 B-2435 108 22 1946-1955 B-845 108 23 1946-1957 6069 (Female) 108 24 1960-1972 Har - Hel Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Har - Hel 1527 109 1 1970-1973 8404 109 2 1974-1976 B-2162 (African-American) 109 3 1945-1955 B-1155 (African-American) 109 4 1942-1954 B-1104 109 5 1946-1957 B-2972 109 6 1950-1955 B-3072 109 7 1954-1971 B-2992 (Female) 109 8 1951-1953 B-2942 109 9 1950-1954 B-2889 109 10 1949-1964 9996 109 11 1976-1977 B-3111 (African-American) 109 12 1952-1954 B-965 (African-American) 109 13 1946-1964 B-3095 109 14 1952-1953 B-925 109 15 1946-1954 8662 109 16 1970-1973 B-1444 109 17 1942-1971 B-2022 109 18 1944-1958 0710 109 19 1969-1972 B-2802 109 20 1947-1965 B-1631 109 21 1942-1961 B-2176 109 22 1946-1963 3009 109 23 1966-1974 Hel - Hen Scope and Contents note Surnames begging with Hel - Hen B-2456 110 1 1946-1958 B-3098 110 2 1952-1955 4478 110 3 1974-1976 B-2550 110 4 1946-1958 B-3150 (Female) 110 5 1953-1957 B-2429 110 6 1946-1963 B-2828 110 7 1947-1974 8573 110 8 1973-1974 B-2805 110 9 1947-1955 B-2179 110 10 1946-1958 24-3129 110 11 1952-1954 B-2915 110 12 1949-1952 B-911, B-1408 110 13 1942-1957 B-2269 110 14 1945-1961 B-2460 110 15 1946-1961 B-1903 110 16 1943-1975 9919 110 17 1971-1977 B-1140 110 18 1945-1971 24-3299 (Female) 110 19 1957-1966 24-3289 110 20 1957-1962 Hen - Hog Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Hen - Hog B-3084 111 1 1952-1955 B-2879 111 2 1949-1964 B-873 111 3 1942-1971 B-1080 111 4 1946-1952 B-857 111 5 1946-1955 B-757 111 6 1942-1972, undated B-408 111 7 1936-1954 B-2668 111 8 1949 March-December 6541 111 9 1974-1975 24-3285 111 10 1957-1963 B-99 (African-American) 111 11 1935-1956 7710 111 12 1973-1976 7707 111 13 1974-1975 9442 111 14 1957-1975 B-1411 111 15 1943-1957 B-947 111 16 1946-1976 9809 111 17 1971-1972 B-2584 111 18 1946-1951 B-2853 (Female) 111 19 1948-1953 B-1146 111 20 1946-1954 Hol - Huf Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Hol - Huf B-3030 (Female) 112 1 1951-1955 B-1049 112 2 1942-1948 B-1233 112 3 1946-1970 B-1597 112 4 1943-1967 4579 112 5 1966-1971 24-3242 112 6 1957 January-June B-2311 112 7 1945-1953 7214 112 8 1975-1977 B-2266 112 9 1945-1969 B-2433 112 10 1946-1962 24-3218 (Female) 112 11 1956-1960 24-3323 112 12 1961-1966 24-3324 (Female) 112 13 1961-1965 4763 112 14 1974-1977 24-3087 112 15 1952-1973 B-1739 112 16 1943-1964 B-2941 112 17 1950-1963 6139 112 18 1965-1966 B-2749 112 19 1947-1972 B-2644 112 20 1946-1977 B-2214 (African-American) 112 21 1946-1960 B-3023, 24-3215 (African-American and Female) 112 22 1951-1960 6298 112 23 1970-1976 7995 112 24 1970-1972 B-982 (African-American) 112 25 1946-1959 Huf - Jack Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Huf - Jack 1570 113 1 1973-1976 B-1949 113 2 1947-1963 B-643 113 3 1936-1971 B-1542 113 4 1942-1969 9732 113 5 1972-1976 7573 113 6 1974-1975 B-1878 113 7 1943-1968 B-2378 113 8 1945-1953 1667 113 9 1974-1977 B-344, GO-9678 113 10 1935-1969 B-2963 113 11 1951 June-July B-1125 113 12 1943-1962 B-2210 113 13 1946-1971 B-1759 113 14 1943-1961 B-980 113 15 1946-1964 B-402 113 16 1936-1959 B-1183 113 17 1947-1971 4265 113 18 1975-1976 9850 113 19 1967-1972 24-3224, 24-3146 113 20 1953-1958 B-1145 113 21 1946-1954 Jaco - Joh Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Jaco - Joh 7167 114 1 1975-1976 B-182 114 2 1935-1950 B-1889 114 3 1935-1959 24-3303 (Female) 114 4 1958-1961 B-3073 114 5 1952-1953 B-936 114 6 1946-1961 B-394 114 7 1936-1955 B-1090 114 8 1946-1976 B-2309 114 9 1945-1959 8967 114 10 1967-1977 B-1500 114 11 1942-1956 B-830 114 12 1943-1951 B-1119 114 13 1946-1954 B-2686 114 14 1946-1955 B-564 (African-American) 114 15 1938-1968 B-2868, B-3197 114 16 1949-1958 B-2956, 24-2956 114 17 1953 April Joh - Jor Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Joh - Jor B-657 115 1 1936-1958 B-850 115 2 1946-1964 B-3176 (Female) 115 3 1954-1963 8590 115 4 1971-1972 5276 115 5 1969 April-December B-3049 115 6 1952-1955 B-2282 115 7 1946-1954 B-552 (African-American) 115 8 1937-1972 B-2428 115 9 1946-1948 B-22 115 10 1933-1961 2197 115 11 1970-1975 B-2832 (Female) 115 12 1948-1952 B-3157, B-3190 115 13 1953-1958 B-2438 115 14 1946-1954 3688 115 15 1965-1969 2502 115 16 1970-1972 B-2444 115 17 1946-1949 B-1120 115 18 1944-1954 B-3189 (Female) 115 19 1955 April-October 24-3235 115 20 1956-1962 B-2703 115 21 1947-1954 B-2930 115 22 1949-1954 B-126 (company research into this employee being a malingerer included and African-American) 115 23 1935-1957 B-877 (African-American) 115 24 1946-1966 Jos - Ken Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Jos - Ken B-670 116 1 1940-1959 B-1199 (Female) 116 2 1943-1962 24-3167 (Female) 116 3 1953-1954 B-2926 116 4 1949-1954 B-245 116 5 1935-1959 B-1285 116 6 1942-1973 B-1067 116 7 1942-1970 B-2319 116 8 1946-1952 B-2414 116 9 1945-1957 B-2588 116 10 1946-1956 7597 116 11 1969-1976 B-350 116 12 1935-1955 B-820 116 13 1941-1972 B-2702 116 14 1947-1955 B-3147 116 15 1953 February-October Ket - Kir Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Ket - Kir B-3051 117 1 1951-1952 B-1749 117 2 1943-1970 B-2442 117 3 1946-1955 B-3134 117 4 1952-1954 B-352 117 5 1936-1957 3555 117 6 1976-1977 B-3039 (Female) 117 7 1951-1952 B-3000 117 8 1950-1954 B-1564 117 9 1943-1964 B-2037 117 10 1944-1952 B-2400 117 11 1948 June-November 24-3278 117 12 1957-1962 B-1678 117 13 1943-1953 B-2919 117 14 1949-1955 B-120 117 15 1935-1951 B-1221 117 16 1942-1954 B-140 117 17 1935-1971 B-792 117 18 1941-1958 B-1234 117 19 1942-1976 Kir - Let Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Kir - Let B-945 118 1 1946-1962 24-3263 118 2 1957-1959 0748 118 3 1973-1976 B-1630 118 4 1946-1948 B-3011 118 5 1951-1954 7070 118 6 1967 May- August 24-3102 118 7 1952-1964 B-2595 118 8 1947 August-November B-1699 118 9 1945-1947 B-898 118 10 1942-1954 B-2248 118 11 1948 July 5857 118 12 1974-1976 3054 118 13 1971-1972 B-2247 (African-American) 118 14 1945-1976 B-2724, 24-3088 118 15 1947-1955 B-3152 118 16 1953-1954 B-2229 (African-American and Female) 118 17 1944-1951 B-868 (African-American) 118 18 1946-1952 B-2472 (African-American) 118 19 1946-1952 B-3031 (African-American and Female) 118 20 1951-1953 B-404 118 21 1936-1964 B-2938 118 22 1949-1963 B-3094 118 23 1952-1955 B-1946 118 24 1943-1963 B-3123 118 25 1952-1955 B-2409 (African-American) 118 26 1946-1967 Lew - Lew Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Lew - Lew 0262 119 1 1971-1975 3381 119 2 1975-1977 B-272 119 3 1935-1969 B-2523 119 4 1946-1955 B-1414 119 5 1942-1955 0014 119 6 1969-1973 B-1094 119 7 1946-1956 4303 119 8 1968-1977 6928 119 9 1962-1963 9842 119 10 1969-1973 0853 119 11 1972-1975 1120 119 12 1968-1974 4403 119 13 1973-1975 24-3294 119 14 1957-1960 5365 119 15 1975-1976 B-3162 119 16 1953-1954 B-1042 119 17 1946-1951 7707 119 18 1966-1972 B-1324 119 19 1942-1965 B-1466 119 20 1942-1975 6060 119 21 1967-1975 B-2376 119 22 1946-1954 Lip - Mari Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Lip - Mari 8682 120 1 1966-1971 B-3013 (Female) 120 2 1951-1954 B-1819 120 3 1943-1962 B-3156, 24-3280 120 4 1953-1958 B-2487, 27-15790 120 5 1947-1963 B-2918 120 6 1951 September-October B-93 120 7 1935-1954 B-627 120 8 1940-1956 B-3161 120 9 1953-1954 1355 120 10 1966-1967 8068 120 11 1969-1971 B-1187 120 12 1946-1952 B-1056 120 13 1947-1964 B-1007 (African-American) 120 14 1946-1955 B-2294 120 15 1946-1951 B-2672 120 16 1946-1963 24-3264 120 17 1957-1958 0100 120 18 1969-1970 B-934 120 19 1946-1962 B-2160 120 20 1946-1960 24-3305 120 21 1959-1961 7237 120 22 1946-1973 B-2141 120 23 1946-1958 Mars - McC Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Mars - McC B-1130 121 1 1942-1968 B-2606 (Female) 121 2 1946-1953 B-2985 121 3 1950-1956 B-599 121 4 1939-1946 6592 121 5 1974-1975 B-1126 121 6 1942-1968 B-163 121 7 1935-1961 B-3065 121 8 1952-1955 B-1075 121 9 1946-1961 B-3177 121 10 1954-1960 B-3193 121 11 1951-1962 B-921 121 12 1946-1971 B-2875 (African-American) 121 13 1949-1958 B-3148 121 14 1953-1954 B-3068 (Female) 121 15 1952-1955 B-553 121 16 1937-1955 B-2681 121 17 1946-1953 B-3053 121 18 1951-1971 9089 121 19 1973-1976 4766 121 20 1974-1976 24-3211 (Female) 121 21 1955-1956 B-1169 121 22 1946-1955 McC - McGi Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with McC - McGi B-1059 122 1 1946-1952 B-1589 122 2 1943-1956 7520 122 3 1968-1973 B-261 122 4 1937 May B-2318 (Female) 122 5 1946-1961 B-2809 122 6 1951-1957 B-2512 (African-American) 122 7 1946-1964 B-2383 122 8 1945-1955 B-535, B-884 122 9 1936-1954 B-3127 122 10 1952-1954 2794 122 11 1970-1973 B-86 (African-American) 122 12 1934-1955, undated B-1223 (African-American) 122 13 1945-1964 B-973 (African-American) 122 14 1947-1958 B-2594 122 15 1946-1963 McGl - Mer Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with McGl - Mer B-1189 123 1 1947-1972 B-2189 123 2 1944-1965 B-2502 123 3 1946-1955 B-2067 123 4 1944-1962 B-1168 123 5 1942-1958 B-2696 123 6 1946-1963 B-3064 123 7 1951-1959 8627 123 8 1970-1971 B-2763 123 9 1947-1961 24-3282 123 10 1957-1958 B-91 123 11 1935-1970, undated B-2390 123 12 1946-1974 B-2676 123 13 1946-1954 B-2457 123 14 1946-1964 B-2907 123 15 1949-1963 B-2984 123 16 1950-1951 B-3010 123 17 1951 January-November B-466 123 18 1944 February Mes - Mon Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Mes - Mon B-2887 124 1 1949-1958 B-2856 124 2 1949-1966 B-2888 124 3 1949-1958 B-121 124 4 1951-1967 B-3144 124 5 1953-1954 7175 124 6 1969-1974 B-966 (African-American) 124 7 1946-1953 B-3016, B-3145, 24-3194 124 8 1951-1963 B-3163 124 9 1953-1954 B-1634 124 10 1943-1944 5017 124 11 1961-1973 B-312 124 12 1935-1952 B-2413 124 13 1946-1965 B-2881 124 14 1949-1954 B-135 124 15 1935-1961 B-2742 124 16 1947-1951 Moo - Mowa Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Moo - Mowa B-2405 125 1 1946-1955 B-2884 125 2 1949-1955 B-2988 125 3 1950-1955 B-1794 125 4 1943-1961 24-3234 (Female) 125 5 1956-1957 B-1782 125 6 1943-1979 B-1149 125 7 1946-1968 B-2803 125 8 1947-1963 B-3071 125 9 1952-1955 9261 125 10 1968-1969 B-3048 125 11 1951-1954 B-3166 (Female) 125 12 1953-1955 B-3158 125 13 1953-1954 B-912 125 14 1942-1951 B-2999 125 15 1950-1963 B-2899 125 16 1951-1954 B-834 (African-American) 125 17 1946-1957 B-3025 125 18 1951-1955 B-52 (African-American) 125 19 1934-1962 B-26 (Employment Manager) 125 20 1933-1956 Mowe - Newm Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Mowe - Newm B-2377 126 1 1946-1962 B-2381 126 2 1945-1960 B-1161 126 3 1937-1953 B-2327 126 4 1946-1952 B-3050, B-2577 126 5 1946-1954 B-3168 (Female) 126 6 1953-1954 B-1107 126 7 1946-1954 24-3275 126 8 1957-1962 B-2917 126 9 1950-1964 B-121 126 10 1935-1950 B-2332 126 11 1946 March B-3021 126 12 1951-1953 B-2673 126 13 1946-1964 B-144 126 14 1935-1952 24-3208 (Female) 126 15 1955-1963 GO-7245 126 16 1942-1961 Newp - Owe Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Newp - Owe 24-3236 127 1 1956-1957 B-2597 127 2 1946-1958 7306 127 3 1967-1967 B-3052 127 4 1951-1955 B-153 127 5 1935-1962 8836 127 6 1967-1976 B-1175 127 7 1946-1953 B-2944 127 8 1950-1962 B-3117 127 9 1950-1955 B-691 127 10 1934-1960 B-2474 (African-American) 127 11 1946-1958 B-3105 127 12 1952-1954 B-1511 127 13 1942-1965 B-693 (African-American) 127 14 1940-1970 B-2859 (African-American and Female) 127 15 1949-1951 B-2375 (African-American) 127 16 1946-1957 B-469 127 17 1936-1957 Pac - Patt Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Pac - Patt B-2314 128 1 1948-1968 B-1137 128 2 1946-1964 B-441 128 3 1936-1944 B-3061 128 4 1944-1955 B-2475, B-3090 128 5 1946-1955 5208 128 6 1966-1970 B-136 128 7 1935-1971 B-3119 128 8 1952-1955 B-3124 128 9 1952-1955 7407 128 10 1975-1976 B-1333 (African-American) 128 11 1942-1955 B-298 128 12 1935-1962 B-445 128 13 1936-1955 B-3063, 24-3227 128 14 1951-1958 B-3047 128 15 1951-1963 B-2468 128 16 1946-1958 Patt - Phi Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Patt - Phi B-579 129 1 1939-1975, undated B-803 129 2 1941-1962 24-3304 (Female) 129 3 1958-1963 B-2420 129 4 1946-1974 7875 129 5 1967-1972 24-3274 129 6 1957-1963 B-1240 (African-American) 129 7 1941-1967 B-2560 (African-American) 129 8 1946-1973 B-3114 129 9 1952-1955 B-2259 129 10 1945-1957 B-1012 129 11 1945-1963 24-3291 129 12 1957-1958 B-3062 129 13 1951-1955 B-1101 129 14 1942-1957 6542 129 15 1964-1970 9611 129 16 1968-1972 Pip - Pric Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Pip - Pric B-1236 130 1 1941-1972 B-2115 130 2 1944-1955 B-2710 130 3 1947-1957 B-963 (African-American) 130 4 1946-1954 9243 130 5 1973-1975 24-3259 130 6 1957-1958 B-3108 130 7 1952-1962 1093 130 8 1971-1975 B-2682 130 9 1946-1954 B-678, B-209 130 10 1935-1977 B-1675 130 11 1947 April-May B-3014 130 12 1951 February-November B-1675 130 13 1943-1955 B-629 130 14 1939-1967 B-1728 130 15 1943-1954 B-773 130 16 1941-1958 0365 130 17 1973-1974 B-777 130 18 1941-1971 B-2658 130 19 1947-1961 B-2183 130 20 1945-1973 Prin - Rhi Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Prin - Rhi B-2454 (African-American) 131 1 1946-1953 B-3001, 24-3079 (African-American and Female) 131 2 1950-1953 B-2817 (African-American) 131 3 1947-1954 B-2106 (African-American) 131 4 1944-1953 B-3027 131 5 1951-1964 5663 131 6 1972-1974 B-2177 131 7 1946-1956 1433 131 8 1974-1975 6827 131 9 1968-1973 7419 131 10 1969-1970 7494 131 11 1968-1969 24-3258 131 12 1957-1962 B-733 131 13 1940-1957 B-3120 131 14 1952-1955 B-390 131 15 1936-1972 B-1395 131 16 1942-1963 24-3256 131 17 1957-1958 B-2370 131 18 1946-1969 B-3159, 24-3268 131 19 1953-1958 B-3043, 24-3093 131 20 1951-1971 B-2431 131 21 1946-1967 Rhu - Riv Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Rhu - Riv B-2450 (Female) 132 1 1946-1955 B-2945 132 2 1950-1955 B-2911 132 3 1949-1967 B-2969 132 4 1950-1955 B-2564 132 5 1946-1958 24-3196 132 6 1955-1959 B-3175 (Female) 132 7 1954-1963 B-679 (African-American) 132 8 1940-1955 B-1690 (African-American) 132 9 1943-1969 24-3317 (African-American and Female) 132 10 1955-1963 B-1870 (African-American) 132 11 1943-1964 9679 132 12 1975-1976 B-348 132 13 1935-1967 B-2518 132 14 1946-1963 24-3262 132 15 1957-1959 B-1002 132 16 1946-1952 Roa - Rod Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Roa - Rod 24-3217 133 1 1955-1972 6640 133 2 1970-1973 B-602, B-440 133 3 1936-1968 B-2741 133 4 1947-1955 B-2921 (Female) 133 5 1949-1953 24-799 133 6 1945-1966 B-782 133 7 1941-1958 B-2679 133 8 1946-1958 B-137 133 9 1936-1958 B-453 133 10 1936-1959 B-1022 (African-American) 133 11 1946-1974 B-2836 133 12 1948-1973 B-1733 133 13 1946-1947 Roe - Say Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Roe - Say 24-3142 134 1 1953 February-October B-3046 134 2 1951-1955 B-2751 134 3 1947-1976 B-1063 134 4 1942-1954 3835 134 5 1973-1974 1104 134 6 1972-1976 B-3115 134 7 1952-1971 B-156 134 8 1935-1955 B-3107 134 9 1952-1954 B-3075 134 10 1952-1955 B-2778 (Female) 134 11 1947-1954 B-2459 134 12 1946-1965 8603 134 13 1967-1975 B-2355 134 14 1946-1953 B-957 (African-American) 134 15 1946-1964 B-2890 134 16 1949-1964 B-2717 134 17 1947-1958 1058 134 18 1976-1977 B-2615 134 19 1946-1954 24-3312 134 20 1960-1963 6868 134 21 1977 May-December Sca - Sco Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Sca - Sco B-2574, B-3008 135 1 1946-1955 B-3020 135 2 1951-1954 B-821 135 3 1941-1974 B-146, B-689 135 4 1935-1970 B-2325 135 5 1946-1955 24-3276 135 6 1957-1962 B-3139 135 7 1953-1954 1062 135 8 1968-1972 5940 135 9 1971-1973 B-2403 135 10 1946-1963 B-2490 135 11 1946-1958 B-3099 135 12 1952-1955 B-2690 135 13 1947-1958 B-3130 135 14 1952-1954 24-3255 135 15 1957-1963 B-2404 135 16 1946-1971 B-804 135 17 1941-1954 4168 135 18 1976-1977 Sea - Shep Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Sea - Shep B-522, B-896 136 1 1937-1970 B-2126 136 2 1944-1962 B-2897 136 3 1949-1958 B-2559 136 4 1946-1964 24-3266 136 5 1957-1962 B-3171 136 6 1953-1958 B-2561 (African-American) 136 7 1946-1964 B-2306 136 8 1945-1955 B-2693 136 9 1946-1953 B-435 136 10 1936-1956 8210 136 11 1968-1969 B-2789 136 12 1947-1958 B-3017 136 13 1952-1953 8262 136 14 1971 January-May 8084 136 15 1968-1969 1692 136 16 1968-1969 9870 136 17 1969-1972 8513 136 18 1968-1972 B-2103 136 19 1944-1974 6304 136 20 1970-1973 B-903 (African-American) 136 21 1946-1967 Shep - Siz Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Shep - Siz B-1590 137 1 1943-1957 B-1173 137 2 1943-1952 B-826 (African-American) 137 3 1946-1952 B-1025 137 4 1947-1962 B-2058 137 5 1944-1962 B-3003 137 6 1951-1955 B-2937 137 7 1949-1967 B-1065 137 8 1942-1976 B-3245 137 9 1957-1962 3131 137 10 1968-1969 4014 137 11 1968 June-July 24-3309 137 12 1959-1963 B-2931 137 13 1949-1952 B-2733 (Female) 137 14 1947-1951 B-1102 137 15 1942-1962 B-2231 137 16 1947-1964 Ske - Smi Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Ske - Smi B-2109 138 1 1946-1962 1461 (Female) 138 2 1961-1966 B-1289 138 3 1942-1954 B-1069 138 4 1947-1964 B-2236 138 5 1945-1954 B-1139 138 6 1946-1951 B-172 (African-American) 138 7 1935-1951 B-632 138 8 1944 January B-2596 138 9 1946-1956 B-2363 138 10 1946-1962 B-873 138 11 1946-1955 B-2968 138 12 1950-1955 24-3209 (Female) 138 13 1955-1957 B-2020 138 14 1944-1976 B-2975 138 15 1950-1964 B-2837 138 16 1948-1952 B-3058 (Female) 138 17 1952-1954 B-3116 (African-American and Female) 138 18 1952-1953 B-1610 138 19 1943-1972 7129 138 20 1971-1975 B-2437 138 21 1946-1970 4512 138 22 1976-1977 B-3055 138 23 1952 February-August 6468 (Female) 138 24 1976-1977 8375 138 25 1973-1975 B-3002 (Female) 138 26 1951-1952 B-333 138 27 1935-1943 Sno - Str Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Sno - Str B-3026 139 1 1951-1954 B-2895 139 2 1949-1958 8348 139 3 1970-1974 B-1801 139 4 1943-1958 GO-10054, S-53835 ("S" stands for Steel Works) 139 5 1947-1968 2117 139 6 1969-1974 3975 139 7 1973-1974 4461 139 8 1969-1970 B-983 (African-American) 139 9 1946-1964 B-2028 139 10 1951-1977 B-2923 139 11 1939-1941 B-3135 139 12 1952-1954 9426 139 13 1974 January-October B-2863 139 14 1949-1958 B-218 139 15 1935-1967 B-3109 139 16 1952-1955 24-3293 139 17 1957-1959 8344 139 18 1973-1974 B-944 (African-American) 139 19 1946-1954 B-795 (African-American) 139 20 1939-1976 B-2683 139 21 1945-1964 24-3076 139 22 1952 April-December Stu - Tay Scope and Contents note Surnames beginnning with Stu - Tay B-1451 140 1 1942-1962 B-3179 140 2 1954-1955 24-3187, B-3041 140 3 1950-1956 B-32 140 4 1950-1964 7989 140 5 1968-1971 9871 140 6 1967-1968 B-2402 140 7 1945-1959 B-3019 (Female) 140 8 1951-1962 9081 140 9 1969-1970 9188 140 10 1969-1973 B-2860 140 11 1949-1963 B-2914, 24-3286 140 12 1949-1962 B-212, B-596 140 13 1935-1962 B-2848 (Female) 140 14 1948-1951 B-3044 140 15 1951-1962 24-3307 (Female) 140 16 1960-1963 B-3024 140 17 1951-1953 B-819 140 18 1941-1952 B-2958 140 19 1950-1955 B-251 140 20 1935-1962 B-3160 140 21 1953-1954 1972 140 22 1967 January-October 0024 140 23 1973-1976 7409 140 24 1974-1976 B-3172 (African-American) 140 25 1953-1955 Tay - Tol Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Tay - Tol B-3154 141 1 1953-1954 B-2834 141 2 1948-1953 B-84 (African-American) 141 3 1934-1958 B-2976 141 4 1950-1951 B-1360 141 5 1942-1958 B-1088 141 6 1946-1953 B-675 (African-American) 141 7 1936-1954 B-829 (African-American) 141 8 1946-1952 B-3004 141 9 1951-1953 B-2497 141 10 1946-1955 1778 141 11 1970-1971 7714 141 12 1970-1971 B-148 141 13 1935-1962 24-3233 (Female) 141 14 1956-1957 B-961 141 15 1942-1953 3436 141 16 1973-1975 B-2374 141 17 1946-1964 B-869 (African-American) 141 18 1946-1963 B-2366 (Female) 141 19 1947-1965 B-2876 141 20 1949-1959 Tra - Turn Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Tra - Turn B-293 142 1 1935-1963 B-1004 142 2 1947-1965 B-1167 142 3 1944-1958 24-3279 142 4 1957-1960 B-1180 142 5 1942-1962 B-138 142 6 1935-1958 24-968 142 7 1945-1975 B-669 (African-American) 142 8 1940-1974 B-584, B-464 142 9 1936-1955 B-2822 142 10 1947-1960 B-2669 142 11 1946-1958 Turn - Wak Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Turn - Wak B-2532 143 1 1946-1972 B-2260 143 2 1944-1962 B-2877 143 3 1949-1951 B-3022 143 4 1951-1952 B-2337 143 5 1945-1964 B-2537 143 6 1946-1955 9725 143 7 1969-1971 B-3034 143 8 1955 January 24-3223 143 9 1956-1963 B-1595 143 10 1943-1963 5677 143 11 1967-1976 1777 143 12 1961-1966 8909 143 13 1956-1974 2079 143 14 1974-1976 B-2636 143 15 1946-1969 B-2637 143 16 1946-1962 B-1064 143 17 1948-1964 GO-6151, 24-1164 143 18 1947-1962 9771 143 19 1974-1975 B-2648 143 20 1946-1956 Wal - Weld Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Wal - Weld B-294 (African-American) 144 1 1935-1955 B-128 144 2 1935-1955 24-3165 (African-American and Female) 144 3 1953-1954 B-2605 144 4 1946-1953 B-2674 (African-American) 144 5 1946-1963 B-42 144 6 1934-1963 B-3089 144 7 1951-1958 B-3007 (Female) 144 8 1951-1955 B-3199 144 9 1955-1956 B-1309 144 10 1942-1958 24-3319 (Female) 144 11 1960-1961 B-2864 144 12 1943-1977 B-645 144 13 1935-1961 B-3164 144 14 1953-1954 B-1347 144 15 1942-1977 B-710 (African-American) 144 16 1940-1951 B-3038 (Female) 144 17 1951-1954 24-3184 (Female) 144 18 1955 January-August Well - Whita Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Well - Whita B-2826 145 1 1947-1966 0335 145 2 1968-1970 B-2909 145 3 1949-1951 B-2664 145 4 1946-1958 5429 145 5 1976-1977 B-2774 145 6 1947-1960 9356 145 7 1971-1972 B-2441 145 8 1946-1954 B-2554 145 9 1946-1963 B-2977 (Female) 145 10 November 1950-1951 B-2960 145 11 1947-1951 B-411 145 12 1936-1953 1109 145 13 1972-1977 B-978 145 14 1942-1965 3470 145 15 1973-1976 B-1471 145 16 1946-1977 B-1637 145 17 1943-1976 B-3126 145 18 1952-1955 B-1182 145 19 1942-1961 B-1138 145 20 1947-1954 White - Will Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with White - Will B-926 146 1 1946-1970 7378 146 2 1974-1975 B-193 146 3 1935-1964 7275 146 4 1976-1977 B-3200 (Female) 146 5 1955-1956 B-1332 (African-American) 146 6 1942-1964 7872 146 7 1968-1970 B-2120 146 8 1946-1952 B-2206 146 9 1950-1973 B-2935 146 10 1949-1955 B-2023 146 11 1944-1972 B-1727 146 12 1941-1956 B-2870 146 13 1949-1942 B-2473 146 14 1948-1949 3496 (Female) 146 15 1975-1977 B-2159 146 16 1946-1971 24-3269 146 17 1957-1965 B-887 (African-American) 146 18 1946-1957 B-476 146 19 1936-1956 4383 146 20 1969-1974 Will - Year Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Will - Year 8854 147 1 1970-1975 7033 147 2 1969-1977 24-3318 (Female) 147 3 1960-1963 B-1659 147 4 1947-1959 B-3188 147 5 1955 March-September 24-3141 147 6 1953-1954 24-3232 (Female) 147 7 1956-1960 B-3096 147 8 1952-1955 B-2754 (African-American) 147 9 1947-1955 B-985 (African-American) 147 10 1946-1957 B-2701 147 11 1947-1960 B-838 147 12 1946-1962 B-1019 147 13 1942-1958 24-3206 (Female) 147 14 1955-1960 24-3131 147 15 1952-1953 2805 147 16 1971-1973 B-3181 147 17 1954-1956 B-102 (African-American) 147 18 1935-1955 24-3133 147 19 1952-1953 B-2854 147 20 1948-1954 9461 147 21 1966-1970 B-2565 (African-American) 147 22 1946-1955 B-2991 (African-American) 147 23 1947-1963 B-1144 147 24 1943-1969 Year - Zio Scope and Contents note Surnames beginning with Year - Zio B-2965 (African-American) 148 1 1950-1955 B-904 (African-American) 148 2 1946-1963 B-3101 148 3 1952-1955 B-2961 148 4 1950-1955 Accidents Series (Restricted) Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in the following series and subseries are restricted through the year 2050 as follows: -Accident series (boxes 161-301) The identification of any names of employees or their family members or their place of residence in any manner is prohibited. Also, these materials may not be photocopied, microfilmed, or reproduced in any way. Researchers must complete a manuscript restrictions form before access will be granted. Individual Files (Restricted) Scope and Contents note Files of individual accidents. As accidents occurred at Benham each person involved in an accident received a personal Accident Number. In general, accident numbers were created and filed chronologically, however by 1950 the increasing cases of "occupational disease" are often filed later than the onset of the disease. Paperwork on the accident is included in each individual folder. Conditions Governing Access note All boxes Restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 1910-1911 1, Fielding 161 1 2, Clark 161 2 3, Hammons 161 3 4, Lucas 161 4 5, Mullins 161 5 6, Maggard 161 6 7, Riddle 161 7 8, Lewis 161 8 9, Maggard 161 9 10, Tolliver 161 10 11, Tolliver 161 11 12, Frari (Italian) 161 12 13, Holcomb 161 13 14, Synder 161 14 15, Creech 161 15 16, Melton 161 16 17, Begley 161 17 18, Lyttle 161 18 19, Blair 161 19 20, Callahan 161 20 21, Hampton 161 21 22, Miller 161 22 23, Wells 161 23 24, Lawson 161 24 25, Riggs 161 25 26, Clendenin 161 26 27, England 161 27 28, Roman (Italian) 161 28 29, Benge 161 29 30, Verne (Italian) 161 30 31, Gillian 161 31 32, Hall 161 32 32-A, Punte (Italian) 161 33 33, Spiva 161 34 34, Love 161 35 35, Willis 161 36 36, Garell (Italian) 161 37 37, Halcomb 161 38 1911 July-October 38, Sziths (Hungarian) 162 1 39, Ruicci (Italian) 162 2 40, Combs (African-American) 162 3 41, Greer (African-American) 162 4 42, Childress 162 5 43, Brooks (African-American) 162 6 44, Shipley (Hungarian) 162 7 45, Rozuia 162 8 46, Smith 162 9 47, Thacker 162 10 48, Adams 162 11 49, Roller 162 12 50, Blaylock 162 13 51, Spurlock 162 14 52, Flynn 162 15 53, Covacci (Hungarian) 162 16 54, Turner 162 17 55, Rizzardi (Italian) 162 18 56, Frucci (Italian) 162 19 57, Powell 162 20 58, Strouth 162 21 59, Hall 162 22 60-73, Miscellaneous materials relating to accident. 162 23 Scope and Contents note Accident was an explosion of powder at stone quarry, not a mine explosion by dynamite. Eleven injured, two killed. 60, Cesca (Italian) 162 24 61, Gelapi (Italian) 162 25 62, Caruso (Italian) 162 26 63, Golatti (Italian) 162 27 64, Palmerie (Italian) 162 28 65, Willis 162 29 66, Slogle 162 30 67, Collier 162 31 68, Hartsock 162 32 69, Caruso (Italian) 162 33 70, Hall 162 34 71, Masdea (Fatality, Italian) 162 35 72, Mazzotta (Fatality: Additional information located in file folder for Accident 71, Italian) 162 36 73, Winkler 162 37 74, Morris 162 38 75, Fletcher 162 39 76, Brown 162 40 77, Bretta (Italian) 162 41 78, Day 162 42 79, Cannon 162 43 80, Brown 162 44 81, Kirk 162 45 81-A, Wallen - 81-B, Johnson (Fatality: Wallen and Johnson were contractors "not in the employ" of Benham injured in an accident on the property. Wallen was killed and Johnson injured.) 162 46 82, Kirklin 162 47 83, Lucas 162 48 84, Eldridge 162 49 85, Floriano (Italian) 162 50 86, Shepherd 162 51 87, Shepherd 162 52 88, Crawford 162 53 89, Gilliam 162 54 90, Collier 162 55 91, Whitehead 162 56 92, Mahan 162 57 1911-1912 93, Cepoilar (Italian) 163 1 94, Clark 163 2 95, Hensley 163 3 96, Strouth 163 4 97, Gilliam 163 5 98, Sizemore 163 6 99, Johnson (African-American) 163 7 100, Izzi (Italian) 163 8 101, Davis 163 9 102, Owens 163 10 103, Clark 163 11 104, Chute 163 12 105, Mouel 163 13 106, Halcomb 163 14 107, Carmida (Italian) 163 15 108, Griffin 163 16 109, Kranjnak (Hungarian) 163 17 110, Redman 163 18 111, Polley 163 19 112, Dykes 163 20 113, Gilley 163 21 114, Roch 163 22 115, Estep 163 23 116, Hale 163 24 117, Bailey 163 25 118, Castellani (Italian) 163 26 119, Buchannan (African-American) 163 27 120, Dye 163 28 121, Otto (Hungarian) 163 29 1, Young 163 30 2, Fultz 163 31 3, Holcomb 163 32 4, Holcomb 163 33 5, Fultz 163 34 6, Patrick (Slavik) 163 35 7, Vermillion 163 36 8, Lane 163 37 9, White 163 38 10, Cootes 163 39 11, Ashbrook 163 40 12, Tolliver 163 41 13, Harris (African-American) 163 42 14, McAmis 163 43 15, Kiser 163 44 16, Colvard 163 45 17, Holcomb 163 46 18, Renovies (Hungarian) 163 47 19, Bush (Hungarian) 163 48 20, Newman 163 49 21, Wilder 163 50 22, Bomar 163 51 23, Roy 163 52 24, Hodges 163 53 25, Cole 163 54 26, Collier 163 55 27, Tarter (African-American) 163 56 28, Frucci (Italian) 163 57 29, Huff 163 58 30, Ellison 163 59 31, Parsons 163 60 32, Verino (Italian) 163 61 1912 April-August 33, Benge 164 1 34, Lewis 164 2 35, Maggard 164 3 36, Greer (African-American) 164 4 37, Greer 164 5 38, Smith (German) 164 6 39, Mitchell (African-American) 164 7 40, Stauber (African-American) 164 8 41, Hogg 164 9 42, Bock 164 10 43, White (African-American) 164 11 44, Napier 164 12 45, Wilder 164 13 46, Bomar 164 14 47, Turner 164 15 48, Cox 164 16 49, Bledsoe 164 17 50, Allen 164 18 51, Rizuto (Italian) 164 19 52, Stubblefield 164 20 53, Starling 164 21 54, Abramo (Italian) 164 22 54 1/2, Gilliam 164 23 55, Mitchell 164 24 56, Anderson 164 25 57, Thompson 164 26 58, Shields 164 27 59, Anderson 164 28 60, Blevins 164 29 61, Gillian 164 30 62, Moore 164 31 63, Childress 164 32 64, Riddle 164 33 65, Shields 164 34 66, Moye 164 35 67, Stubblefield 164 36 68, Gillian 164 37 69, Bowman 164 38 70, Browning 164 39 71, Barker 164 40 72, Hampton 164 41 73, Meadows (African-American) 164 42 74, Arnett (African-American) 164 43 75, Rosato (Italian) 164 44 76, Bowman 164 45 77, McFadden 164 46 78, Geovanni (Italian) 164 47 79, Jones 164 48 80, Brooks (African-American) 164 49 81, Miller 164 50 82, Homeck (Hungarian) 164 51 83, Stubblefield 164 52 84, Spurlock 164 53 1912 August-October 85, Huff 165 1 86, Maggard 165 2 87, Cloyd (African-American) 165 3 88, Witt 165 4 89, Buchanan 165 5 89-A, Debusk 165 6 89-B, Whispman 165 7 89-C, Brackett 165 8 89-D, Kelly 165 9 90, Fields 165 10 91, Sopher (African-American) 165 11 92, Gaines (African-American) 165 12 93, Perish 165 13 93-A, Brock 165 14 94, Letheo 165 15 95, Hall 165 16 96, Mullins 165 17 97, Zandi (Italian) 165 18 98, Phillips 165 19 99, Bomar 165 20 100, Harvey (African-American) 165 21 101, Mullins 165 22 102, Hoskins (African-American) 165 23 102-A, Hubbard 165 24 102-B, Anderson 165 25 102-C, Ramey 165 26 103, Dixon 165 27 104, Hall 165 28 105, Ladolo (Italian) 165 29 106, Jones 165 30 107, Joseph (Syrian) 165 31 108, Peterson (African-American) 165 32 109, Miller 165 33 110, Hall 165 34 111, Rutherford 165 35 112, Bishop 165 36 113, Cooper 165 37 114, Lockhart 165 38 115, Barker 165 39 116, Brown 165 40 117, Tarter (African-American) 165 41 118, Collins 165 42 119, Burnette (African-American) 165 43 120, Miner (African-American) 165 44 121, Hall 165 45 122, Tonelly 165 46 123, Thompson 165 47 124, Flannery 165 48 125, Anderson 165 49 126, Estep 165 50 127, Hall 165 51 127-A, Bledsoe 165 52 128, Hall 165 53 129, Davis (African-American) 165 54 1912-1913 130, Hall 166 1 131, Jones 166 2 132, Pace 166 3 133, Green 166 4 134, Huff 166 5 135, Nash (African-American) 166 6 136, Lankford 166 7 137, Pace 166 8 138, Bowman 166 9 139, Davis 166 10 140, Thomas 166 11 141, Fletcher (African-American) 166 12 142, Thompson 166 13 143, Bailey 166 14 144, Dykes 166 15 145, Handy 166 16 146, Smith 166 17 147, Adams 166 18 148, Estep 166 19 149, Adams 166 20 150, Hodges 166 21 151, Watts 166 22 152, Creech 166 23 153, Brackett 166 24 154, Dabney (African-American) 166 25 155, Adams 166 26 156, Shields 166 27 157, Green 166 28 158, Capps (African-American) 166 29 159, Hardy (African-American) 166 30 160, Tunstall 166 31 161, Dempsey 166 32 162, Ayers 166 33 163, Kendall 166 34 164, Brock 166 35 165, Logan 166 36 166, Miller 166 37 167, Ramsey (English/British) 166 38 168, Wells 166 39 169, Kelly 166 40 170, Dean (African-American) 166 41 171, Smith 166 42 172, Cope (African-American) 166 43 173, Adams 166 44 174, Wyatt (African-American) 166 45 175, Lesueur (African-American) 166 46 176, Johnston 166 47 177, Miller 166 48 178, Buckner 166 49 179, Creech 166 50 180, Halcomb 166 51 181, Atkins 166 52 182, Johnstone 166 53 183, George 166 54 184, Fields 166 55 185, Williams 166 56 1913 February-May 186, Blair 167 1 187, Tunstall 167 2 188, Mitchell (African-American) 167 3 189, Ginyard (African-American) 167 4 190, Smith 167 5 191, Hart (African-American) 167 6 192, Creech 167 7 193, Kenton 167 8 194, Dobney (African-American) 167 9 195, Powell 167 10 196, Fields 167 11 197, Green 167 12 198, Davis (African-American) 167 13 199, Blair 167 14 200, Stubblefield 167 15 201, Cooper 167 16 202, Shepard 167 17 203, Agazio (Italian) 167 18 204, Clay 167 19 205, Thaylor 167 20 206, Kelly 167 21 207, Trail 167 22 208, Woolum 167 23 209, Frucci (Italian) 167 24 210, Koczi (Polish) 167 25 211, Wallen 167 26 212, Shepherd 167 27 213, Hampton 167 28 214, Huff 167 29 215, Hooarth (Fatality, Hungarian) 167 30 216, Fowler (African-American) 167 31 217, Dabney (African-American) 167 32 218, Clore 167 33 219, Edens 167 34 220, Zecchi (Italian) 167 35 221, Combs (African-American) 167 36 222, Clark 167 37 223, Morris 167 38 224, Frucci (Italian) 167 39 225, Shephard 167 40 226, Bibb 167 41 227, Mingues (African-American) 167 42 228, Cornett 167 43 229, Anderson 167 44 230, Jones 167 45 231, Williams 167 46 1913 May-July 232, Owens 168 1 233, Snodgrass 168 2 234, Burchfield 168 3 235, Dowell (African-American) 168 4 236, Holcomb 168 5 237, Bibb 168 6 238, Rogers 168 7 239, Rinehart (African-American) 168 8 240, Thompson 168 9 241, Queener 168 10 242, Campagnari (Italian) 168 11 243, Barker 168 12 244, Schell 168 13 245, Powell 168 14 246, Martinero (Italian) 168 15 247, Hampton 168 16 248, Perry 168 17 249, Daniel 168 18 250, Johnson 168 19 251, Riddle 168 20 252, Stubblefield 168 21 253, Lembo (Italian) 168 22 254, Bailey 168 23 255, Montgomery (African-American) 168 24 256, Likowtch (Hungarian) 168 25 257, Langford (African-American) 168 26 258, Robbins 168 27 259, Miner (African-American) 168 28 260, Hightower 168 29 261, York 168 30 262, Bibb 168 31 263, Scott 168 32 264, Jackson 168 33 265, Adams 168 34 266, Dowell (African-American) 168 35 267, Turner 168 36 268, Stout (African-American) 168 37 269, Morello (Italian) 168 38 270, Blair 168 39 271, Brock 168 40 272, Weaver (African-American) 168 41 273, Anderson (African-American) 168 42 274, Lawson 168 43 275, Fugett (African-American) 168 44 276, Hall 168 45 1913 July-September 277, Hall 169 1 278, Fletcher 169 2 279, Montgomery (African-American) 169 3 280, James 169 4 281, Loyd 169 5 282, Riddle 169 6 283, Massengill 169 7 284, Treece 169 8 285, Turner 169 9 286, Watts 169 10 287, Buckhart 169 11 288, Hatcher 169 12 289, Fugate 169 13 290, Creech 169 14 291, Weaver (African-American) 169 15 292, Battisto (Italian) 169 16 293, Buckhart 169 17 294, McCarney 169 18 295, Smith (African-American) 169 19 296, McKnight 169 20 297, Brown 169 21 298, Roller 169 22 299, Creech 169 23 300, Dunaway (African-American) 169 24 301, Staples 169 25 302, Clay 169 26 303, Bradley (African-American) 169 27 304, Shell 169 28 305, Shubblefield 169 29 306, Lawson 169 30 307, Estep 169 31 308, Johnson 169 32 309, Hampton 169 33 310, Druskovic (Austrian) 169 34 311, Reid 169 35 312, Clark 169 36 313, Stidham 169 37 314, Johnson 169 38 315, Woollum 169 39 316, Blankenship 169 40 317, Estep 169 41 318, Hall 169 42 319, Beeks (African-American) 169 43 320, Hensley 169 44 321, Cole 169 45 322, Johnson 169 46 323, Brock 169 47 1913 September-October 324, Eckels (African-American) 170 1 325, Rutherford 170 2 326, Cooper 170 3 327, Rutherford 170 4 328, Moses 170 5 329, Hall 170 6 330, Reid 170 7 331, Barker 170 8 332, Smith 170 9 333, North 170 10 334, Morris 170 11 335, Mitchell 170 12 336, Ewing 170 13 337, Wallen 170 14 338, Garcer (African-American) 170 15 339, Brock 170 16 340, Watts 170 17 341, Hall 170 18 342, Smith (African-American) 170 19 343, Nolen 170 20 344, Hall 170 21 345, Rice 170 22 346, Hunt 170 23 347, Comprisano (Italian) 170 24 348, Blair 170 25 349, Kelly 170 26 350, Morris 170 27 351, Weaver (African-American) 170 28 352, White (African-American) 170 29 353, Rice 170 30 354, Smith (African-American) 170 31 355, Clorn 170 32 356, Watts 170 33 357, Miles 170 34 358, Fallis (African-American) 170 35 359, Jones 170 36 360, Chadwell 170 37 361, Smith (African-American) 170 38 362, Tate 170 39 363, Holcomb 170 40 364, Curn 170 41 365, Green 170 42 366, Cole 170 43 367, Miles 170 44 368, Peck 170 45 369, Lawson 170 46 370, Watts 170 47 371, Estep 170 48 372, Maggard 170 49 373, Yonuo (Italian) 170 50 374, Flannery 170 51 375, Anderson (African-American) 170 52 1913 October-December 376, Evans (African-American) 171 1 377, Blair 171 2 378, Hall 171 3 379, Bishop 171 4 380, Woollum 171 5 381, Garce (African-American) 171 6 382, Denney 171 7 383, Ross (Italian) 171 8 384, Barker 171 9 385, Kelly 171 10 386, Mock (African-American) 171 11 387, Anderson 171 12 388, Myers 171 13 389, Carroll 171 14 390, Talliner 171 15 391, Griffith 171 16 392, Rice 171 17 393, Ison 171 18 394, Sword 171 19 395, Hendricks 171 20 396, Turner 171 21 397, Mock 171 22 398, Carmack 171 23 399, Hamlet 171 24 400, Johnson 171 25 401, Chacky (Hungarian) 171 26 402, Smiddy 171 27 403, Whitehead 171 28 404, Erickson 171 29 405, Price 171 30 406, Queener 171 31 407, Galder (African-American) 171 32 408, Spence 171 33 409, Boling 171 34 410, Babb 171 35 411, Tabary (Hungarian) 171 36 412, Ray 171 37 No Accident Number, Logan (Logan received injury outside of work, African-American) 171 38 413, Sharp 171 39 414, Scolf 171 40 415, James (African-American) 171 41 416, Carter (African-American) 171 42 417, Baker 171 43 418, Duncan 171 44 419, Cooper 171 45 420, Caruso (Italian) 171 46 421, Champlin 171 47 422, Woollum 171 48 423, Kimbrough (African-American) 171 49 1913 December 424, Hunt 172 1 425, Ledford (African-American) 172 2 426, Zander (Italian) 172 3 427, Brothers 172 4 428, Ackles (African-American) 172 5 429, Dalton 172 6 430, Smiddy 172 7 431, Strenes (Polish) 172 8 432, Creech 172 9 433, Patterson 172 10 434, Dunaway (African-American) 172 11 435, Goskey (Polish) 172 12 437, Bradford (African-American) 172 13 438, Horvarth (Hungarian) 172 14 439, Pennington (African-American) 172 15 440, Colesman (African-American) 172 16 441, Morris 172 17 442, Hunt 172 18 443, Sumpter 172 19 444, Maggard 172 20 445, Shields 172 21 446, Bologh (Hungarian) 172 22 447, Richardson 172 23 448, Maglia (Italian) 172 24 449, Smith 172 25 450, McClure 172 26 451, Whitehead 172 27 452, Holcomb 172 28 1913-1914 453, Turner 173 1 454, Carmack 173 2 455, Hendricks 173 3 456, Starling 173 4 457, Williams 173 5 458, Lawson 173 6 459, Adkins 173 7 460, Erickson 173 8 461, Miles 173 9 462, Goskey (Polish) 173 10 463, Fields 173 11 464, Echolls (African-American) 173 12 465, Treece 173 13 466, Ray 173 14 467, Dunaway (African-American) 173 15 468, Whiteside (African-American) 173 16 469, Merunack (Polish) 173 17 470, Johnson 173 18 471, Thayer 173 19 472, Barker 173 20 473, Merunack (Polish) 173 21 474, Hand (African-American) 173 22 475, Goins 173 23 476, Hendricks 173 24 477, Holcomb 173 25 478, Tolliver 173 26 479, Ridemour 173 27 481, Skidmore 173 28 482, Buskill 173 29 483, Bailey 173 30 484, Jones 173 31 485, Blair 173 32 486, Tabory (Hungarian) 173 33 487, Richardson 173 34 488, Johnson 173 35 489, Simpson (Some documents list Simpson as African-American and others as just 'American.', African-American?) 173 36 490, Green 173 37 491, Bilott (Italian) 173 38 492, Cosper 173 39 493, Rigsby 173 40 494, Holden 173 41 495, Miller (African-American) 173 42 1914 February-April 496, Dalton 174 1 497, Sibyski (Polish) 174 2 498, Anderson 174 3 499, Bowman 174 4 500, Carr 174 5 501, Anderson 174 6 501 1/2, Thompson 174 7 502, Jones 174 8 503, Tolliver 174 9 504, Pennington (African-American) 174 10 505, White 174 11 507, Clyde 174 12 508, Denney 174 13 509, Bailey 174 14 510, Tolliver 174 15 511, Sybo (Hungarian) 174 16 512, DeHart 174 17 513, Anderson 174 18 514, Wells 174 19 515, Franklin (African-American) 174 20 516, Mock (African-American) 174 21 517, Witt 174 22 518, Byers 174 23 519, Jones 174 24 520, Stanifer (Unknown) 174 25 521, Carr (African-American) 174 26 522, Anderson (African-American) 174 27 523, Hurst 174 28 524, Kardish (Slavic) 174 29 525, Carns 174 30 526, Loveday 174 31 527, Elliot (African-American) 174 32 528, Echolls (Last name also spelled 'Akles', African-American) 174 33 529, Bailey 174 34 530, Taylor (African-American) 174 35 531, Massingill 174 36 532, Lockhart 174 37 533, Holcomb 174 38 534, Shields 174 39 535, Hamlit 174 40 536, Ledford (African-American) 174 41 537, Yocumm 174 42 539, Burchfield 174 43 540, Williams 174 44 541, Buskill 174 45 1914 April-July 542, Hightower 175 1 543, Denny 175 2 544, Davis 175 3 545, Shields 175 4 546, Holmaker 175 5 547, Bacon 175 6 548, Bowman 175 7 549, Hamman 175 8 550, Reed (African-American) 175 9 551, Young (African-American) 175 10 552, Freed 175 11 553, Cole 175 12 554, Dummett 175 13 555, Williams 175 14 556, Toth (Hungarian) 175 15 557, Kerr 175 16 558, Carr (African-American) 175 17 559, Carter (African-American) 175 18 560, Stokes (African-American) 175 19 561, Wallace 175 20 562, Marsh (African-American) 175 21 563, Holden 175 22 564, Johnson 175 23 565, Shepherd 175 24 566, Lockhart 175 25 567, Johnson 175 26 568, Bowman 175 27 569, Williams 175 28 570, Stringer 175 29 571, Lewis (African-American) 175 30 572, Hamlett 175 31 573, Carmichael (African-American) 175 32 574, Phillips (African-American) 175 33 575, Cantoffi (Italian) 175 34 576, Bailey 175 35 577, Ledford (African-American) 175 36 578, Johnson 175 37 579, Clyde 175 38 580, Pruitt 175 39 581, Williams (African-American) 175 40 582, Dean (African-American) 175 41 1914 July-August 583, Kelly 176 1 584, Davidson 176 2 585, Queener 176 3 586, Cole 176 4 587, Cook (Polish) 176 5 588, Moorefield 176 6 589, Rucker (Slavic) 176 7 590, Ledford (African-American) 176 8 591, Hunt 176 9 592, Williams (African-American) 176 10 593, Barker 176 11 594, Michienzi (Italian) 176 12 595, Mullins 176 13 596, Feke (Hungarian) 176 14 597, Tucker 176 15 598, Morefield 176 16 599, Day 176 17 600, Thompson 176 18 601, Denney 176 19 602, Christian 176 20 603, Glandon 176 21 604, Smally (Slavic) 176 22 605, Gilliam 176 23 606, Battuca (Italian) 176 24 607, France 176 25 608, Wells 176 26 609, Hogue 176 27 610, Hurst 176 28 611, Hurst 176 29 612, Ballard 176 30 613, Denney 176 31 614, Reed 176 32 615, Jackson (African-American) 176 33 616, France 176 34 617, Day 176 35 618, Galati (Italian) 176 36 619, Bailey 176 37 620, Kelly 176 38 621, Moxwell (African-American) 176 39 1914 September-November 622, Hurst 177 1 623, Blanton 177 2 624, Dean (African-American) 177 3 625, Anello (Italian) 177 4 626, Barnes 177 5 627, Harlett 177 6 628, Dykes 177 7 629, Linger (Italian) 177 8 630, Morris 177 9 631, Galati (Italian) 177 10 632, Sturgill 177 11 633, Bailey 177 12 634, Cole 177 13 635, Blair 177 14 636, Holcomb 177 15 637, Tate 177 16 638, Isabell (African-American) 177 17 639, Nathan (African-American) 177 18 640, Denny 177 19 641, Cardin (African-American) 177 20 642, Reeves 177 21 643, Budnar (Hungarian) 177 22 644, Hester (African-American) 177 23 645, Losak (Hungarian) 177 24 646, Young (Italian) 177 25 647, Fami (Italian) 177 26 648, Blair 177 27 649, Mitchell 177 28 650, Skidmore 177 29 651, Fiorini (Italian) 177 30 652, Polak (Hungarian) 177 31 653, Ravish (Hungarian) 177 32 654, Hodges 177 33 655, Sturgill 177 34 656, Barnes 177 35 657, Glandan 177 36 658, Avery (African-American) 177 37 1914 November-December 659, Hightower 178 1 660, Blair 178 2 661, Hall 178 3 662, Atkins 178 4 663, Starling 178 5 664, Hutson (African-American) 178 6 665, Robinson (African-American) 178 7 666, Lickowitch (Last name also spelled 'Likwtch', Hungarian) 178 8 667, Hurst 178 9 668, Whitmire (African-American) 178 10 669, Stubblefield 178 11 670, Queener 178 12 671, Eller (African-American) 178 13 672, Barnes 178 14 673, Manning 178 15 674, Sabados (Hungarian) 178 16 675, Bodish (Hungarian) 178 17 676, Shields 178 18 677, Rovache (Polish) 178 19 678, Smith (African-American) 178 20 679, Fador (Hungarian) 178 21 680, Maggard 178 22 681, Hurst 178 23 682, Carter (African-American) 178 24 683, Kelly 178 25 684, Treece 178 26 685, Belatto (Italian) 178 27 686, Hamlet 178 28 687, Keller 178 29 688, Hurst 178 30 689, Dean (African-American) 178 31 690, Shepherd 178 32 691, Shepherd 178 33 692, Leedy 178 34 693, Reid 178 35 694, Engle 178 36 1914-1915 695, Hurst 179 1 696, Johnson 179 2 697, Avery (African-American) 179 3 698, Keller 179 4 699, Buskell 179 5 700, Mitchel (Last name also spelled 'Mitchell', African-American) 179 6 701, Snider 179 7 702, Hazelrig (African-American) 179 8 703, Walker (African-American) 179 9 704, Moore (African-American) 179 10 705, Treece 179 11 706, Green 179 12 707, Bilott (Italian) 179 13 708, Leedy 179 14 709, Stover (African-American) 179 15 710, Abrams (African-American) 179 16 711, Gilley 179 17 712, Asher 179 18 712-A, Mitchell (This case number was assigned at the archives. Because Mitchell worked for a contractor, and not Benham, he received no case number.) 179 19 713, Stokes (African-American) 179 20 714, Wright (African-American) 179 21 715, Hamlett 179 22 716, Cole 179 23 717, Kirby 179 24 718, Brock 179 25 719, Loveday 179 26 720, Smiddy 179 27 721, Cheatham 179 28 722, Rodgers 179 29 723, Cowley (African-American) 179 30 724, Chadwell 179 31 725, Kelly 179 32 726, Mitchell 179 33 727, Pick (Italian) 179 34 728, Martin (African-American) 179 35 1915 March-August 729, Smith 180 1 730, Smith (African-American) 180 2 731, Wallace 180 3 732, Hurst 180 4 733, Whitmire (African-American) 180 5 734, Leedy 180 6 735, Buskell 180 7 736, Cochran 180 8 737, Foster (African-American) 180 9 738, Ravish (Hungarian) 180 10 739, Treece 180 11 740, Thompson 180 12 741, Fruzi (Italian) 180 13 742, Archer (Slavic) 180 14 743, Johnson 180 15 744, Kelly 180 16 745, Clark 180 17 746, Fitts (African-American) 180 18 747, Covington (African-American) 180 19 748, Williams (African-American) 180 20 749, Russell 180 21 749 1/2, Cordin (African-American) 180 22 750, Mud (African-American) 180 23 751, Lileawitch (Hungarian) 180 24 752, Keller 180 25 753, Bodish (Hungarian) 180 26 754, Adams 180 27 755, Marlar 180 28 756, Whitmire (African-American) 180 29 757, Farbush 180 30 758, Atkins 180 31 759, Tinsley 180 32 760, Mellan 180 33 761, Schwant 180 34 762, Arch (Hungarian) 180 35 763, Morse (Italian) 180 36 764, Bailey (Last name also spelled 'Bailley') 180 37 765, Budner (Hungarian) 180 38 1915 August-December 766, Catron 181 1 767, Bellotti (Italian) 181 2 768, McKnight 181 3 769, Kelly 181 4 770, Witt 181 5 771, Sarver 181 6 772, Davis 181 7 773, Sinkhorn 181 8 774, Skidmore 181 9 775, Logan 181 10 776, Thompson 181 11 777, Mitchel 181 12 778, Johnson 181 13 779, Neal 181 14 780, Bailey 181 15 781, Cooper 181 16 782, Bailey (Last name also spelled 'Baily') 181 17 783, Halcomb 181 18 784, Hodges 181 19 785, Goodin 181 20 786, Snyder 181 21 787, Sullivan 181 22 788, Holland (African-American) 181 23 789, Thompson 181 24 790, Moffitt (African-American) 181 25 791, Norman 181 26 792, Shell 181 27 793, Buskell 181 28 793-A, Reed (African-American) 181 29 794, Blanks (Fatality, African-American) 181 30 795, Blair 181 31 1915-1916 796, McQuary 182 1 797, Scott (African-American) 182 2 798, Miles 182 3 799, Hill 182 4 800, Whitmire (African-American) 182 5 801, Gall (African-American) 182 6 802, Atkins 182 7 803, Surrett 182 8 804, Sheppard (African-American) 182 9 805, Pauch (Italian) 182 10 806, Creech 182 11 807, Gilliam 182 12 808, Thompson (African-American) 182 13 809, Hutson 182 14 810, Young 182 15 811, Jackson (African-American) 182 16 812, Garrison 182 17 813, Lane 182 18 814, Witt 182 19 815, Brady 182 20 816, Lay 182 21 817, Dillon (African-American) 182 22 818, Kirby 182 23 819, Gilliam 182 24 820, Carter 182 25 821, Martin (African-American) 182 26 822, Lone (African-American) 182 27 823, Sharp (African-American) 182 28 824, Hodge 182 29 825, Etter (African-American) 182 30 826, Scott (African-American) 182 31 827, Frucia (Italian) 182 32 828, Guy; 829, Guy (Fatality; Two brothers killed in the same accident. While they have different accident numbers, most relevant material is listed together, and so we have left it this way.) 182 33 830, Fruzia (Italian) 182 34 831, Davis (African-American) 182 35 832, Anderson 182 36 833, Thompson (African-American) 182 37 834, Linger 182 38 835, Weaver (African-American) 182 39 836, Denney 182 40 1916-1919 837, Massengill 183 1 838, White (African-American) 183 2 839, Napier 183 3 840, Palmer 183 4 841, White (African-American) 183 5 842, Marcum 183 6 843, Halcomb 183 7 844, Tucker 183 8 845, Kilgore 183 9 846, Neal 183 10 846-A, Goins 183 11 847, Davis 183 12 848, Edwards 183 13 849, Fawbush 183 14 850, Farris 183 15 851, Mitchell 183 16 852, Norris 183 17 852-A, Shaw 183 18 853, Denny 183 19 276, Estepp 183 20 277, Bryant 183 21 278, McQuary 183 22 279, Spicer 183 23 280, Halcomb 183 24 281, Miller 183 25 282, Spangler 183 26 283, Sullivan (Italian) 183 27 284, Whitehead 183 28 285, Ziegler 183 29 286, Miller 183 30 287, Davis 183 31 1919 January-February 288, McKnight, Part A (Fatality) 184 1 288, McKnight, Part B (Fatality) 184 2 291, Bodash (Hungarian) 184 3 292, Foddrell (African-American) 184 4 293, York, Part A (Fatality) 184 5 293, York, Part B (Fatality) 184 6 294, Lockhart (African-American) 184 7 295, Creech 184 8 296, Ayers 184 9 297, Amos (African-American) 184 10 298, Rhines (Fatality) 184 11 1919 February-April 299, Qualls 185 1 300, Hawkins 185 2 301, Crawford 185 3 302, Elliott 185 4 303, Dodson (African-American) 185 5 304, Dudley (African-American) 185 6 305, Ayers 185 7 306, Winton (African-American) 185 8 307, Zaluski (Polish) 185 9 308, Whitmire (African-American) 185 10 309, Ingram 185 11 310, Cotz (Polish) 185 12 311, Riddle 185 13 312, Johnson, Part A (Fatality) 185 14 312, Johnson, Part B (Fatality) 185 15 312, Johnson, Part C (Fatality) 185 16 313, Elliott 185 17 314, Davidson 185 18 315, McGrow (African-American) 185 19 316, Holcomb 185 20 317, Lockhart (African-American) 185 21 318, Chandler (African-American) 185 22 319, Wright (African-American) 185 23 320, Hodge (African-American) 185 24 321, Stubblefield 185 25 1919 April-June 322, Roarck 186 1 323, Minton 186 2 324, Moore (African-American) 186 3 325, McBrayer 186 4 326, Boling 186 5 327, Walton 186 6 328, Estepp 186 7 329, Banks 186 8 330, Hayworth 186 9 331, Southerland 186 10 332, Hensley 186 11 333, Nipper 186 12 334, McGregor 186 13 335, Shirer 186 14 336, Estepp 186 15 337, Gill 186 16 338, Dick (Native American) 186 17 339, Davidson 186 18 340, Fields (Unknown) 186 19 341, Bologa (Hungarian) 186 20 342, Botos (Serbian) 186 21 343, Poore 186 22 344, Anderson 186 23 345, Zaluski (Polish) 186 24 346, Parker 186 25 347, Bush 186 26 348, Bridgeman (African-American) 186 27 349, Yeager 186 28 350, Halcomb 186 29 351, Screenay (Hungarian) 186 30 352, Belcher 186 31 353, Creech, Part A (Fatality) 186 32 353, Creech, Part B (Fatality) 186 33 354, Woodfin (African-American) 186 34 355, Grimes 186 35 356, Egner 186 36 357, Poore 186 37 1919 June-August 358, Banks 187 1 359, Martin 187 2 360, Vincent (Austrian) 187 3 361, Fiechter (Swiss) 187 4 362, Siciliano (Italian) 187 5 363, Ballotti (Italian) 187 6 364, Thompson 187 7 365, Baker 187 8 366, Fields 187 9 367, Baldwin 187 10 368, Alexander (Italian) 187 11 369, Richardson (African-American) 187 12 370, Watson 187 13 371, Hall 187 14 372, Gibson 187 15 373, Likovitz (Hungarian) 187 16 374, Booker 187 17 375, Sosinooyz (Polish) 187 18 376, Augustine (Hungarian) 187 19 377, Denny 187 20 378, Clevenger 187 21 379, Allen 187 22 380, Browning 187 23 381, Marsh 187 24 382, Tunstall 187 25 383, Bailey 187 26 384, Smith 187 27 385, Hodges 187 28 386, Darr 187 29 387, Ellison 187 30 388, Smollick (Polish) 187 31 389, Norfleet (African-American) 187 32 390, Stone 187 33 391, Ballotti (Italian) 187 34 392, Gent (African-American) 187 35 1919 August-December 393, Stidham 188 1 394, Estepp 188 2 395, Roper 188 3 396, Lady (Italian) 188 4 397, Sizemore 188 5 398, Price 188 6 399, Robinett 188 7 400, Foster (African-American) 188 8 401, Elsberry (African-American) 188 9 402, De La Cruz (Mexican) 188 10 403, Burke 188 11 404, Ludington 188 12 405, Zaluski (Polish) 188 13 406, Love 188 14 407, Massey 188 15 408, Boggs 188 16 409, Palmer 188 17 410, Shuple (Russian Pole?) 188 18 411, Mills 188 19 412, Tomczyk (Polish) 188 20 413, Wolf 188 21 414, Douglas 188 22 415, Blackwell 188 23 416, Halcomb 188 24 417, Metwetz 188 25 418, Robbins 188 26 419, Miller 188 27 420, Denny 188 28 421, Ross (Italian) 188 29 422, Hurtzie (Austrian) 188 30 423, Prepost (Hungarian) 188 31 425, Cooper 188 32 426, Jones 188 33 427, Sherrill (African-American) 188 34 428, Kirk 188 35 429, Lockhart 188 36 430, West (African-American) 188 37 431, Tolliver 188 38 432, Blair 188 39 433, Colders (Mexican) 188 40 434, Little 188 41 435, McWilliams 188 42 436, Gaines (African-American) 188 43 437, Jones (African-American) 188 44 438, Laster (African-American) 188 45 439, Tunstall 188 46 440, Gilliam 188 47 441, Tunstall 188 48 442, Clark 188 49 1919-1920 443, Lewis 189 1 444, Scott 189 2 445, York 189 3 446, Davis 189 4 447, Cain 189 5 448, Brown 189 6 449, Bundy 189 7 450, Davis 189 8 451, Lusby 189 9 452, Dees 189 10 453, Clore 189 11 454, Jackson 189 12 455, Perez (Mexican) 189 13 456, Fador (Hungarian) 189 14 457, Small 189 15 458, Miles 189 16 459, Williams 189 17 460, Lane 189 18 461, Baldwin 189 19 462, Irwin 189 20 463, Whistman 189 21 464, Hutson 189 22 465, Speck 189 23 466, Bellotta (Last name also spelled 'Bellatta', Italian) 189 24 467, Brunello (Italian) 189 25 468, Sumpter 189 26 469, Steel 189 27 470, McFarland 189 28 471, Bishop 189 29 472, Wyatt 189 30 473, Banks 189 31 474, Cook 189 32 475, McQuarry 189 33 476, McGraw (African-American) 189 34 477, Goree (African-American) 189 35 478, Sutka (Hungarian) 189 36 1920 March-July 479, Halcomb 190 1 480, Jones 190 2 481, Green 190 3 482, Manning 190 4 483, Osborn 190 5 484, Collins 190 6 485, Shields 190 7 486, Ward 190 8 487, Brooks 190 9 488, Adams 190 10 489, Jones (African-American) 190 11 490, Dartis (African-American) 190 12 491, Stone 190 13 492, Patton (African-American) 190 14 493, Lynn (African-American) 190 15 494, Hutson 190 16 495, Bracket 190 17 496, Williams (African-American) 190 18 497, Pate 190 19 498, Sellards 190 20 499, Woody 190 21 500, Goodin 190 22 501, Estes 190 23 502, Tolliver 190 24 503, Taulbee 190 25 504, Hemphill 190 26 505, Arnold (African-American) 190 27 506, McDaris 190 28 507, Whittlesey 190 29 508, Strotter (African-American) 190 30 509, Brabec (Hungarian) 190 31 510, Blair 190 32 511, Layman (Lithuanian) 190 33 512, Miles 190 34 513, Barker (African-American) 190 35 514, Crosby (African-American) 190 36 515, Evans 190 37 516, Gregory 190 38 517, Cole 190 39 518, Roach 190 40 519, Heath 190 41 520, Cooper (African-American) 190 42 521, Pace 190 43 522, Marcum 190 44 523, Evans 190 45 524, Moses (African-American) 190 46 525, Brooks (African-American) 190 47 1923 January-April 1A, Clore 191 1 2A, Hill (African-American) 191 2 3A, Dinsmore 191 3 4A, Wakfield 191 4 5A, Allen (African-American) 191 5 6A, Jetton 191 6 7A, Kaywood (African-American) 191 7 8A, Williams (African-American) 191 8 9A, Sheppard 191 9 10A, Irvin (Last name also spelled 'Irwin' and 'Irwine') 191 10 11A, Mikitch (Serbian) 191 11 12A, Shell (African-American) 191 12 13A, Lowe 191 13 14A, Stuart 191 14 15A, Fazekus (Hungarian) 191 15 16A, Coleman 191 16 17A, Tucker 191 17 18A, Johnson 191 18 19A, Jones, Part A 191 19 19A, Jones, Part B 191 20 20A, Pennington (African-American) 191 21 21A, Weeden 191 22 22A, Barnes 191 23 23A, Brown (African-American) 191 24 24A, Johnson (African-American) 191 25 25A, Stanley 191 26 26A, Price 191 27 27A, Shell 191 28 28A, Parker 191 29 29A, Davis 191 30 30A, Adams (African-American) 191 31 31A, Rice 191 32 32A, Brock 191 33 33A, Gains 191 34 34A, Turner 191 35 35A, Allen 191 36 36A, Pippin 191 37 37A, Merrill 191 38 38A, Isom 191 39 1923 April-May 39A, Day, Part A (Fatality) 192 1 39A, Day, Part B (Fatality) 192 2 39A, Day, Part C (Fatality) 192 3 40A, Warf 192 4 41A, Doddell (African-American) 192 5 42A, Dennison 192 6 43A, Shaw (African-American) 192 7 44A, Gist, Part A (African-American) 192 8 44A, Gist, Part B (African-American) 192 9 45A, Harris (African-American) 192 10 46A, Disney 192 11 47A, Turner (Unknown) 192 12 48A, Williams (African-American) 192 13 49A, Parker 192 14 50A, Holt 192 15 51A, Ficzere, Part A (Fatality, Hungarian) 192 16 51A, Ficzere, Part B (Fatality, Hungarian) 192 17 1923 May-July 52A, Campbell 193 1 53A, Peak (African-American) 193 2 54A, Farley 193 3 55A, Huddleston 193 4 56A, Richardson (African-American) 193 5 57A, Blair 193 6 58A, Thurman 193 7 59A, Allen (African-American) 193 8 60A, Brock 193 9 61A, Shockley 193 10 62A, Black (African-American) 193 11 63A, Hansel 193 12 64A, Wyatt 193 13 65A, Robinette 193 14 66A, Houla (Romanian) 193 15 67A, Peko (Hungarian) 193 16 68A, Donahue (African-American) 193 17 69A, Leffew 193 18 70A, Adams 193 19 71A, Stewart (African-American) 193 20 72A, Murlock (African-American) 193 21 73A, Amos, Part A 193 22 73A, Amos, Part B 193 23 74A, Stringer 193 24 75A, Dinsmore 193 25 76A, Sutton 193 26 77A, Mullins 193 27 78A, Fort (African-American) 193 28 79A, Penland 193 29 80A, Jetton 193 30 81A, Salonzik (Hungarian) 193 31 82A, Reeves 193 32 83A, Brown (African-American) 193 33 84A, Franklin (African-American) 193 34 85A, Stuart 193 35 86A, Pate 193 36 1923 March-September 87A, Sumpter, Part A 194 1 87A, Sumpter, Part B 194 2 87A, Sumpter, Part C 194 3 88A, Dinsmore 194 4 89A, Presley 194 5 90A, Brantley (African-American) 194 6 91A, Strickland 194 7 92A, Snow (African-American) 194 8 93A, Kidd 194 9 94A, Morris (African-American) 194 10 95A, Phillips (African-American) 194 11 96A, Franklin (African-American) 194 12 97A, Rose 194 13 98A, Cohen 194 14 99A, Wallace (African-American) 194 15 100A, Bishop 194 16 101A, Henderson 194 17 102A, Lynch 194 18 103A, Bradley (African-American) 194 19 104A, Magnusson 194 20 105A, Adams (Draft Board questionnaire included: November 7, 1918) 194 21 106A, Heard 194 22 107A, Lewis (African-American) 194 23 108A, Allen (African-American) 194 24 1923 September-October 109A, Jones 195 1 110A, Richardson 195 2 111A, Dabney 195 3 112A, Leeper 195 4 113A, Bedwell, Part A 195 5 113A, Bedwell, Part B 195 6 113A, Bedwell, Part C 195 7 114A, Grizzle 195 8 115A, Taylor 195 9 116A, Smith 195 10 117A, Pinchi (Last name also spelled 'Pinci', Hungarian) 195 11 118A, Tarakosta Polish) 195 12 119A, Burden (African-American) 195 13 120A, Moss (African-American) 195 14 121A, Woods 195 15 122A, Lucas 195 16 123A, Fawbush 195 17 124A, Gilliam 195 18 125A, Anderson 195 19 126A, Hunsucker 195 20 127A, Gross 195 21 128A, Sokolowski (Polish) 195 22 129A, Ross 195 23 130A, Haley 195 24 131A, Glump (Polish) 195 25 132A, Irwin 195 26 133A, Adams 195 27 134A, Hughes 195 28 135A, Johnson, Part A (African-American) 195 29 135A, Johnson, Part B (African-American) 195 30 136A, Richardson (African-American) 195 31 137A, Adams 195 32 1923-1924 138A, Tallent, Part A 196 1 138A, Tallent, Part B 196 2 139A, Perry (African-American) 196 3 140A, Shad (African-American) 196 4 141A, Allen 196 5 142A, Cook 196 6 143A, Conner (African-American) 196 7 144A, Cornelius 196 8 145A, Clore 196 9 146A, Bailey 196 10 147A, Fawbush 196 11 148A, Agaticz (Hungarian) 196 12 149A, Hamilton 196 13 150A, Erwin (African-American) 196 14 151A, Kaylor 196 15 152A, Carton (African-American) 196 16 153A, Bresnai (Hungarian) 196 17 154A, Wilson 196 18 155A, Bowman 196 19 156A, France 196 20 1B, McCurry 196 21 2B, Smith 196 22 3B, Sabyak (Polish) 196 23 4B, Peko (Hungarian) 196 24 5B, Fort (African-American) 196 25 6B, Thompson 196 26 7B, Bresnai (Hungarian) 196 27 8B, Kaywood (African-American) 196 28 9B, Turbyfill 196 29 10B, Sinclair (Scottish) 196 30 11B, Fields 196 31 12B, Siphos (Hungarian) 196 32 13B, Stanley 196 33 14B, Minocz (Hungarian) 196 34 1924 February-April 15B, Whitaker 197 1 16B, Davis 197 2 17B, Stinger 197 3 18B, Grogan 197 4 19B, Galloway 197 5 20B, Bellis 197 6 21B, Angi (Hungarian) 197 7 22B, Black (African-American) 197 8 23B, Huddleston 197 9 24B, Boyd 197 10 25B, Sizemore, Part A (Fatality) 197 11 25B, Sizemore, PartB (Fatality) 197 12 25B, Sizemore, Part C (Fatality) 197 13 26B, Campbell (Scottish) 197 14 27B, Martin 197 15 28B, Tanksley (African-American) 197 16 29B, Mitchell 197 17 30B, Richmond (African-American) 197 18 31B, Baker, Part A (Fatality; Baker and Dennison (32B) were killed in the same accident when two near simultaneous slate falls crushed them as they "attempted to set additional legs under cross-collars.") 197 19 31B, Baker, Part B (Fatality) 197 20 31B, Baker, Part C (Fatality) 197 21 32B, Dennison (Fatality) 197 22 33B, Hubbard 197 23 34B, Sokolowski (Polish) 197 24 35B, Pierce 197 25 36B, Graham 197 26 1924 April-June 37B, Chesko (Hungarian) 198 1 38B, Brown (African-American) 198 2 39B, Johnson (African-American) 198 3 40B, Hendry (Scottish) 198 4 41B, Conner (African-American) 198 5 42B, Thompkins 198 6 43B, Blair 198 7 44B, Camp 198 8 45B, Strum (African-American) 198 9 46B, Smith 198 10 47B, Ingram 198 11 48B, Schiller (Hungarian) 198 12 49B, Harding 198 13 50B, Henderson (African-American) 198 14 51B, Jackson 198 15 52B, Fazekus (Hungarian) 198 16 53B, McMullins (Fatality; possibly murder. No compensation ever paid to widow. , African-American) 198 17 54B, Dancy 198 18 55B, Bays 198 19 56B, Strunk 198 20 57B, McCluer 198 21 58B, Bays, Part A (Fatality) 198 22 58B, Bays, Part B (Fatality) 198 23 58B, Bays, Part C (Fatality) 198 24 59B, McCurry 198 25 60B, Poore 198 26 61B, Strum (African-American) 198 27 1924 July-October 62B, Couch 199 1 63B, Poore 199 2 64B, McCurry 199 3 65B, Watkins, Part A (African-American) 199 4 65B, Watkins, Part B (African-American) 199 5 66B, Minocz (Slavic) 199 6 67B, Sedlock (Bohemian) 199 7 68B, Whiteaker, Part A 199 8 68B, Whiteaker, Part B 199 9 69B, Giles 199 10 70B, Tolliver 199 11 71B, Perry, Part A (African-American) 199 12 71B, Perry, Part B (African-American) 199 13 72B, Black (African-American) 199 14 73B, Waltz 199 15 74B, Sturdevant (Unknown) 199 16 75B, Hightower 199 17 76B, Ellison (African-American) 199 18 77B, Ritchey 199 19 78B, Cress 199 20 79B, Cooper (African-American) 199 21 80B, Forester 199 22 81B, Hardoway (African-American) 199 23 82B, Kelly 199 24 83B, Johnson (African-American) 199 25 84B, Terry 199 26 85B, Cyphers 199 27 86B, Gordon (Scottish) 199 28 1924 October-December 87B, Holt 200 1 88B, Chandler (African-American) 200 2 89B, Kidd 200 3 90B, Moore 200 4 91B, Gabbard 200 5 92B, Harrison 200 6 93B, Svanik (Hungarian) 200 7 94B, Wyatt 200 8 95B, Stiles 200 9 96B, Pearce (African-American) 200 10 97B, Tipton 200 11 98B, Pratt 200 12 99B, Smithers 200 13 100B, Gist (African-American) 200 14 101B, Thomas (African-American) 200 15 102B, West (African-American) 200 16 103B, Poore 200 17 104B, Harris (African-American) 200 18 105B, Matthews (African-American) 200 19 106B, Tucker (African-American) 200 20 107B, Patton, Part A (Fatality) 200 21 107B, Patton, Part B (Fatality) 200 22 108B, Sasser 200 23 109B, Jarvis 200 24 110B, Grogan 200 25 111B, Bays 200 26 112B, Allen (African- American) 200 27 113B, Lester 200 28 1924-1925 114B, Hamilton, Part A (Hamilton hit on head while working. Injury most likely caused brain damage, and less than a year later Hamilton was admitted to an insane asylum.) 201 1 114B, Hamilton, Part B 201 2 114B, Hamilton, Part C 201 3 114B, Hamilton, Part D 201 4 1C, Gladson 201 5 2C, Sokolowski (Polish) 201 6 3C, Gilley 201 7 4C, Hendry (Scottish) 201 8 5C, Belcher 201 9 6C, Back 201 10 7C, Shepherd 201 11 8C, Sims (African-American) 201 12 9C, Stuart 201 13 10C, Turner 201 14 11C, Hughes 201 15 12C, Lomax (African-American) 201 16 13C, Morris, Part A (Fatality, African-American) 201 17 13C, Morris, Part B (Fatality, African-American) 201 18 14C, Haley 201 19 15C, Kondor (Hungarian) 201 20 16C, Motley (African-American) 201 21 17C, Fawbush 201 22 18C, Galloway 201 23 19C, Barnes 201 24 1925 February-June 20C, Svonik (Hungarian) 202 1 21C, Shoup 202 2 22C, Cordin (African-American) 202 3 23C, Jackson 202 4 24C, Palmer 202 5 25C, Johnson (African-American) 202 6 26C, Jackson (African-American) 202 7 27C, Szegedi (Hungarian) 202 8 28C, Smith 202 9 29C, Torbett 202 10 30C, Parrot (African-American) 202 11 31C, Mull 202 12 32C, White 202 13 33C, Partin 202 14 34C, Holcomb 202 15 35C, Ellison (African-American) 202 16 36C, Venerable (African-American) 202 17 37C, Kirk 202 18 38C, Moore 202 19 39C, Walker 202 20 40C, Sanders (African-American) 202 21 41C, Merlock (African-American) 202 22 42C, Shell 202 23 43C, Oxford 202 24 44C, Jones 202 25 45C, Merrill 202 26 46C, Cope 202 27 47C, Moll (Scottish) 202 28 48C, Gilley 202 29 49C, Bays 202 30 50C, Jackson 202 31 51C, Peak (African-American) 202 32 52C, Johnson (African-American) 202 33 53C, Collins 202 34 54C, Stansbury 202 35 55C, Pack 202 36 56C, Brown, Part A (Fatality) 202 37 56C, Brown, Part B (Fatality) 202 38 1925 June-November 57C, Miller 203 1 58C, Jackson (African-American) 203 2 59C, Glovier 203 3 60C, Dalton 203 4 61C, Wells 203 5 62C, Partin 203 6 63C, Wilson (African-American) 203 7 64C, Anderson 203 8 65C, Keller 203 9 66C, Bridges 203 10 67C, Owens (African-American) 203 11 68C, Turner 203 12 69C, Davis 203 13 70C, Dean 203 14 71C, Stewart 203 15 72C, Cocher (African-American) 203 16 73C, Arnold (African-American) 203 17 74C, Harris (African-American) 203 18 75C, Anderson 203 19 76C, Mabe 203 20 77C, Cummings (Unknown) 203 21 78C, Robinette 203 22 79C, Kosty (Hungarian) 203 23 80C, Cyphers 203 24 81C, Goode 203 25 82C, Stout 203 26 83C, Farris 203 27 84C, Duncan 203 28 85C, Hayes (Unknown) 203 29 86C, Frison (African-American) 203 30 87C, Sokolowski (Polish-naturalized) 203 31 1925-1926 88C, Wyatt 204 1 89C, Grogan 204 2 90C, Phillips 204 3 91C, Morris 204 4 92C, Howard, Part A (Fatality, African-American) 204 5 92C, Howard, Part B (Fatality, African-American) 204 6 92C, Howard, Part C (Fatality, African-American) 204 7 93C, Brayboy (African-American) 204 8 94C, Jones (African-American) 204 9 95C, Gilley 204 10 96C, Halcomb 204 11 97C, Dorse (African-American) 204 12 98C, King (Unknown) 204 13 99C, Whitley 204 14 100C, Lyttle 204 15 101C, Chandler 204 16 102C, Calloway (African-American) 204 17 103C, Blair 204 18 104C, Bradberry 204 19 105C, Williams 204 20 106C, Bradley (African-American) 204 21 1926 January-September 107C, Woods (African-American) 205 1 108C, Williams (African-American) 205 2 109C, Garner 205 3 110C, Anderson 205 4 111C, Walkey 205 5 112C, Nix (African-American) 205 6 113C, Collins 205 7 114C, Payne 205 8 115C, Homshell 205 9 116C, Perry (African-American) 205 10 117C, Haley 205 11 118C, Ingram 205 12 119C, Tucker (African-American) 205 13 120C, Dean 205 14 121C, Poff 205 15 122C, Hines (African-American) 205 16 123C, Evans 205 17 124C, Hardaway (African-American) 205 18 125C, Tolliver 205 19 126C, Kyle (African-American) 205 20 127C, Aimery (African-American) 205 21 128C, McCurry 205 22 129C, Nix (African-American) 205 23 130C, Jones 205 24 131C, Butts (African-American) 205 25 132C, Mathews (African-American) 205 26 133C, Goode 205 27 1926-1927 134C, Osborne 206 1 135C, Gordon 206 2 136C, Tucker (African-American) 206 3 137C, Hollin 206 4 138C, Metcalf 206 5 139C, Burrell (African-American) 206 6 140C, Isom 206 7 141C, Zupchanik (Russian) 206 8 142C, Posey 206 9 143C, Martin 206 10 144C, Smith 206 11 145C, Jeffries 206 12 146C, Coffey 206 13 147C, Price (African-American) 206 14 148C, Green (African-American) 206 15 149C, Smithers 206 16 150C, Hardy 206 17 151C, Miller (Unknown) 206 18 152C, Penson (African-American) 206 19 153C, Simms (African-American) 206 20 154C, Sturgill 206 21 155C, Hawk (African-American) 206 22 156C, Gibson 206 23 157C, Kepnack (Naturalized-Hungarian) 206 24 158C, Dixon 206 25 159C, Slover 206 26 160C, Cheatham 206 27 161C, Taylor (African-American) 206 28 162C, Simpson (African-American) 206 29 163C, Conway 206 30 164C, Sanders (African-American) 206 31 165C, Tipton 206 32 166C, Whisman (Unknown) 206 33 1927 March-May 167C, Cook 207 1 168C, Winstead 207 2 169C, Reeves 207 3 170C, Mosley (African-American) 207 4 171C, Mullins 207 5 172C, Barr 207 6 173C, Moore 207 7 174C, Laws 207 8 175C, Mallory (African-American) 207 9 176C, Deal 207 10 177C, Hickey 207 11 178C, Boggs 207 12 179C, Sanderson (African-American) 207 13 180C, Carton (African-American) 207 14 181C, Hayes 207 15 182C, Bray (African-American) 207 16 183C, Shepherd (African-American) 207 17 184C, Halcomb 207 18 185C, Jones 207 19 186C, Hood 207 20 187C, Ison 207 21 188C, Dean 207 22 189C, Begley 207 23 190C, Mitchell 207 24 191C, Koontz 207 25 1927 May-September 192C, Headen, Part A (Fatality) 208 1 192C, Headen, Part B (Fatality) 208 2 192C, Headen, Part C (Fatality) 208 3 193C, Killion 208 4 194C, Andrich (Serbian) 208 5 195C, Shields (African-American) 208 6 196C, Lunsford (Fatality) 208 7 197C, Sanders (African-American) 208 8 198C, Hentchell 208 9 199C, Burton 208 10 200C, Schubert 208 11 201C, Shepherd 208 12 202C, Lawhorn 208 13 203C, Sanders (African-American) 208 14 204C, Walker (African-American) 208 15 205C, Joseph 208 16 206C, Schubert 208 17 207C, Jolly 208 18 208C, Williams (African-American) 208 19 209C, Fields 208 20 210C, Emerson (African-American) 208 21 211C, Barnes 208 22 1927-1928 212C, Cyphers 209 1 213C, Johnson (African-American) 209 2 214C, Henry 209 3 215C, Matlock (African-American) 209 4 216C, Tipton 209 5 217C, France 209 6 218C, Henegar 209 7 219C, Moreland (African-American) 209 8 220C, Dozier 209 9 221C, Edwards 209 10 222C, Burrell (African-American) 209 11 223C, Gossum (African-American) 209 12 224C, Lee (African-American) 209 13 225C, Ison 209 14 226C, Keppa (Polish) 209 15 227C, Parrott, Part A (Fatality, African-American) 209 16 227C, Parrott, Part B (Fatality, African-American) 209 17 228C, Green (African-American) 209 18 229C, Robinett 209 19 230C, Cope 209 20 231C, Smiddie 209 21 232C, Sams 209 22 233C, Finderson (African-American) 209 23 1928 March-July 234C, Rose, Part A 210 1 234C, Rose, Part B 210 2 235C, Ellington 210 3 236C, Lawhorn 210 4 237C, Patterson (Scottish) 210 5 238C, Blankenship, Part A (Fatality) 210 6 238C, Blankenship, Part B (Fatality) 210 7 238C, Blankenship, Part C (Fatality) 210 8 239C, Houla (Romanian) 210 9 240C, Boggs 210 10 241C, Culbertson 210 11 242C, Newport 210 12 243C, Geters (African-American) 210 13 244C, Raines 210 14 245A-C, Hooper (Will Hooper claimed arthritic injury to his back. Benham never assigned an accident number to this alleged accident.) 210 15 245C, Campbell 210 16 246C, Roberts (African-American) 210 17 247C, Morrell 210 18 248C, Luke 210 19 249C, Thomas 210 20 250C, Morell 210 21 251C, Humbert 210 22 252C, Jones (African-American) 210 23 1928-1929 253C, Powell, Part A (African-American) 211 1 253C, Powell, Part B (African-American) 211 2 254C, Knowles (African-American) 211 3 255C, Boyd 211 4 256C, Dingus 211 5 257C, Combs 211 6 258C, Deal 211 7 259C, Dixon (Unknown) 211 8 260C, Powell (African-American) 211 9 261C, Smart (African-American) 211 10 262C, Blovins 211 11 263C, Swift (African-American) 211 12 264C, Woods (African-American) 211 13 265C, Creech 211 14 266C, Randolph (African-American) 211 15 267C, Lewis (African-American) 211 16 268C, McGlamery 211 17 269C, Peek (African-American) 211 18 270C, Moore 211 19 271C, Miles (African-American) 211 20 272C, Maddox (African-American) 211 21 273C, Monds 211 22 274C, Payne 211 23 275C, Bresnai (Hungarian) 211 24 1929 February-September 276C, Smith, Part A (Fatality) 212 1 276C, Smith, Part B (Fatality) 212 2 277C, Trent 212 3 278C, Gladson 212 4 279C, Buford 212 5 280C, Trent 212 6 281C, Gilliam 212 7 282C, Poore 212 8 283C, Flannery 212 9 284C, Thompson 212 10 285C, Sowders 212 11 286C, Woods 212 12 287C, Day 212 13 288C, Grigsby 212 14 289C, Reavis 212 15 290C, Gilley 212 16 291C, Washington (Fatality, African-American) 212 17 292C, Brooks (African-American) 212 18 293C, Ferrell 212 19 294C, Huddleston 212 20 295C, Caudill 212 21 296C, Bowling 212 22 297C, Shepherd 212 23 298C, Smith 212 24 299C, Barker 212 25 300C, Jones 212 26 301C, Schubert 212 27 302C, Harris (African-American) 212 28 303C, Hightower (African-American) 212 29 304C, Goode 212 30 1929-1930 305C, Barnes 213 1 306C, Perry 213 2 307C, Vanover 213 3 308C, Shaffer (African-American) 213 4 309C, Johnson 213 5 310C, Reeves 213 6 311C, Whitaker, Part A 213 7 311C, Whitaker, Part B 213 8 312C, Taylor (African-American) 213 9 313C, Hampton 213 10 314C, Sexton 213 11 315C, Hornsby 213 12 316C, Dalton 213 13 317C, Pless 213 14 318C, Cannon 213 15 319C, Brown 213 16 1930 January-July 320C, Kilgore (Fatality) 214 1 321C, Kiker 214 2 322C, Howard, Part A (Fatality) 214 3 322C, Howard, Part B (Fatality) 214 4 322C, Howard, Part C (Fatality) 214 5 323C, Cole (African-American) 214 6 324C, Russell 214 7 325C, Sheffield 214 8 326C, Deadwyler (African-American) 214 9 327C, Fields 214 10 328C, Lambert 214 11 329C, Holland 214 12 330C, Jones 214 13 331C, Couch 214 14 332C, Hasson 214 15 333C, Kilgore, Part A 214 16 333C, Kilgore, Part B 214 17 1930-1931 333A-C, Taylor (Single sheet from missing year 1922 found amongst 333C file; circa 1930., Unknown) 215 1 334C, Gilley, Part A (Fatality) 215 2 334C, Gilley, Part B (Fatality) 215 3 335C, Knoll (Hungarian) 215 4 336C, Farris 215 5 337C, Anderson 215 6 338C, Hariston (African-American) 215 7 339C, Owens (African-American) 215 8 340C, Knoll (Hungarian) 215 9 341C, Brown (African-American) 215 10 342C, Waller, Part A 215 11 342C, Waller, Part B 215 12 343C, Riddle 215 13 344C, Overbey 215 14 345C, Testerman 215 15 346C, Marshall 215 16 347C, Baker 215 17 348C, Brock 215 18 1931 April-December 349C, Floyd 216 1 350C, Turner 216 2 351C, Pippin 216 3 352C, Thurman 216 4 353C, Tate 216 5 354C, Murrin 216 6 355C, Burrell (African-American) 216 7 356C, Blevins 216 8 357C, Beeler 216 9 358C, Watkins (African-American) 216 10 359C, Smart (African-American) 216 11 360C, Lambert 216 12 361C, Winstead 216 13 362C, Poff 216 14 363C, Fawbush 216 15 364C, Bradberry 216 16 365C, Cox 216 17 366C, Hale 216 18 367C, Dinsmore 216 19 368C, Callins (African-American) 216 20 369C, Kelly (African-American) 216 21 370C, Wilson 216 22 371C, Chester 216 23 372C, Lambert 216 24 373C, Kidd 216 25 374C, Pippin 216 26 1932 April-September 375C, Cornett 217 1 376C, Payne 217 2 377C, Eggars 217 3 378C, Hornsby 217 4 379C, Peaks (African-American) 217 5 380C, Burks, Part A (African-American) 217 6 380C, Burks, Part B (African-American) 217 7 381C, Tate 217 8 382C, Jaco 217 9 383C, Cope 217 10 384C, Swift 217 11 385C, Scott 217 12 386C, Hughes 217 13 387C, Swift (African-American) 217 14 388C, Hensley 217 15 389C, Cobb (African-American) 217 16 390C, Flannagan (African-American) 217 17 391C, Henry 217 18 392C, Jaco 217 19 393C, Taylor (African-American) 217 20 394C, Whiteaker 217 21 1932-1933 395C, Buchanan 218 1 396C, Stanley (African-American) 218 2 397C, Ison 218 3 398C, Chastain 218 4 399C, Jaco 218 5 400C, Propst 218 6 401C, Warren 218 7 402C, Holliman 218 8 403C, Shepherd 218 9 404C, Marshall 218 10 405C, Huddleston 218 11 406C, Smiddle 218 12 407C, Swift 218 13 408C, Wilson 218 14 409C, Hodges 218 15 410C, Carton (African-American) 218 16 411C, Shepherd 218 17 412C, Martin 218 18 413C, Pippin 218 19 414C, Brown 218 20 415C, Tucker 218 21 416C, Herren 218 22 1933-1944 417C, Taylor (African-American) 219 1 418C, Hensley 219 2 419C, Hern 219 3 420C, Oxford 219 4 421C, Mallory (African-American) 219 5 422C, Propst 219 6 423C, Cummings 219 7 424C, Roop 219 8 425C, Meeks 219 9 426C, Warren 219 10 427C, James 219 11 428C, Tyson (African-American) 219 12 429C, Elliott 219 13 430C, Parrott 219 14 433C, Kincaid (African-American) 219 15 434C, Cope 219 16 435C, Propst 219 17 436C, Goode 219 18 437C, Marshall 219 19 438C, Hines (African-American) 219 20 439C, Rasnick 219 21 440C, England 219 22 441C, Roark 219 23 442C, Overbey 219 24 443C, Hightower (African-American) 219 25 444C, France 219 26 445C, Sykes (African-American) 219 27 446C, Johnson 219 28 447C, Tyson (African-American) 219 29 448C, Marion 219 30 1934-1935 449C, Poff 220 1 450C, Sturgill 220 2 451C, Kaylor 220 3 452C, Irvin 220 4 453C, Knoll (Hungarian) 220 5 454C, Leath (African-American) 220 6 455C, Martin 220 7 456C, France 220 8 457C, Allen (African-American) 220 9 458C, Joseph 220 10 459C, Highfield 220 11 460C, Shepherd 220 12 461C, Overbey 220 13 462C, Dozier (African-American) 220 14 463C, Baker 220 15 464C, Hightower (African-American) 220 16 465C, Moore 220 17 466C, Parmley 220 18 467C, Disney 220 19 468C, Robbins 220 20 469C, Shanks 220 21 470C, Knoll (Hungarian) 220 22 471C, Tucker 220 23 472C, Stansbury 220 24 473C, Leedy 220 25 474C, Napier 220 26 475C, Wooten 220 27 476C, Huff 220 28 477C, Delph 220 29 478C, Henson 220 30 479C, Mynk 220 31 480C, Palmer 220 32 481C, Barnett (African-American) 220 33 482C, Aimery 220 34 483C, Smith (African-American) 220 35 484C, Campbell 220 36 485C, Hudson (African-American) 220 37 487C, Bickerstaff (African-American) 220 38 488C, Bowman 220 39 490C, Hall 221 1 491, Moss (African-American) 221 2 492C, Payne 221 3 493C, Price 221 4 494C, Poore 221 5 495C, Buchanan 221 6 496C, Maiden 221 7 498C, Jarvis 221 8 499C, Davis 221 9 500C, Whited 221 10 570C, Warf (Unknown) 221 11 571C, Youngker (Unknown) 221 12 575C; 576C (No names on File, Unknown) 221 13 581C, Kemp (Unknown) 221 14 590C, Gibson (Unknown) 221 15 593C, Peek (Unknown) 221 16 596C, McCurry (Unknown) 221 17 599C, Sharpe (Unknown) 221 18 601C, Myree (Unknown) 221 19 613C, Kilgore (Unknown) 221 20 617C, Cornett 221 21 623C, Girdly 221 22 625C, Cox 221 23 626C, Glen (African-American) 221 24 627C, Parks (African-American and Female) 221 25 628C, Buchanan 221 26 629C, Turner 221 27 630C, Sherrer (African-American) 221 28 631C, Marshall 221 29 632C, Nelson (African-American) 221 30 633C, Elliott 221 31 634C, Reasor (African-American) 221 32 635C, Day 221 33 636C, Carton (African-American) 221 34 637C, Johnson 221 35 638C, McCurry 221 36 639C, Cawthon (African-American) 221 37 1938-1939 640C, Frazier 222 1 641C, McDonald (Unknown) 222 2 642C, Hines (African-American) 222 3 643C, Mills 222 4 644C, Wasson (African-American) 222 5 645C, Parsons 222 6 646C, Gray 222 7 647C, McDonald (African-American) 222 8 648C, Merrill 222 9 649C, Winstead 222 10 650C, Knoll (Hungarian) 222 11 651C, Love 222 12 652C, Risden 222 13 653C, Sherrer (African-American) 222 14 654C, Whited 222 15 655C, Poore 222 16 656C, Campbell (African-American) 222 17 657C, Thomas (African-American) 222 18 658C, Gilley 222 19 660C, Harris (African-American) 222 20 661C, Tyson (African-American) 222 21 662C, Roark 222 22 663C, Peek (African-American) 222 23 665C, Kirk (African-American) 222 24 666C, Davis (African-American) 222 25 667C, Tedford (African-American) 222 26 668C, Perry 222 27 669C, Daugherty 222 28 670C, Harville (African-American) 222 29 671C, Overby 222 30 672C, Frazier 222 31 673C, Baylor (African-American) 222 32 674C, Glasscoe (African-American) 222 33 675C, Davis 222 34 676C, King 222 35 677C, Hembree (Unknown) 222 36 1939-1940 678C, Smith 223 1 679C, Knuckles 223 2 680C, Myers 223 3 681C, Green 223 4 682C, Price 223 5 683C, Harness (Unknown) 223 6 684C, Sears 223 7 1D, Myree (African-American) 223 8 2D, Colley 223 9 3D, Isom 223 10 4D, Jarvis 223 11 5D, Jeffries 223 12 6D, Mills (Unknown) 223 13 7D, Prewitt 223 14 8D, Huff 223 15 9D, Presley 223 16 10D, Turner 223 17 11D, Pierce 223 18 12D, McQuery 223 19 13D, McQuery 223 20 14D, Walker (African-American) 223 21 15D, Spencer (African-American) 223 22 16D, Roark 223 23 17D, Bennett 223 24 18D, Price 223 25 19D, Burnes 223 26 20D, Winstead 223 27 21D, O'Dell 223 28 1940 April-August 22D, Cobb, Part A (Fayality, African-American) 224 1 22D, Cobb, Part B (Fatality, African-American) 224 2 22D, Cobb, Part C (Fatality, African-American) 224 3 23D, Miller 224 4 24D, Coots 224 5 25D, Allen (African-American) 224 6 26D, Welch 224 7 27D, Prewitt (African-American) 224 8 28D, Cox 224 9 29D, Yeary 224 10 30D, Poore 224 11 31D, East 224 12 32D, Sexton 224 13 33D, Shelton 224 14 34D, Price 224 15 35D, Taylor 224 16 36D, McCoy, Part A (African-American) 224 17 36D, McCoy, Part B (African-American) 224 18 37D, Goad 224 19 38D, Owens 224 20 39D, Winstead 224 21 40D, Cooper 224 22 41D, Bond 224 23 1940 August-December 42D, Smith 225 1 43D, Kirk (African-American) 225 2 44D, Guthrie 225 3 45D, Sweet 225 4 46D, Enix 225 5 47D, Howard (African-American) 225 6 48D, Jennings 225 7 49D, Welch 225 8 50D, Ivery 225 9 51D, Halcomb 225 10 52D, Helton 225 11 53D, France 225 12 54D, Gregory 225 13 55D, Harris (African-American) 225 14 56D, Cornett 225 15 57D, Lyttle 225 16 58D, Guthrie 225 17 59D, Warf 225 18 60D, Barnes 225 19 61D, Calloway (African-American) 225 20 62D, Thomas 225 21 63D, Oxford 225 22 64D, Vandergriff 225 23 65D, Day 225 24 66D, Jackson (African-American) 225 25 67D, Glasscoe (African-American) 225 26 68D, Woods (African-American) 225 27 69D, McGhee (African-American) 225 28 1940-1941 70D, Jenkins 226 1 71D, Hopkins 226 2 72D, Dulaney (Female) 226 3 73D, Schubert 226 4 74D, Harris (Unknown) 226 5 75D, Miller 226 6 76D, Ison 226 7 77D, Brown (African-American) 226 8 78D, Marshall (African-American) 226 9 79D, Bennett 226 10 80D, Jones (African-American) 226 11 81D, Merrill 226 12 82D, Sturgill 226 13 83D, Smiddie 226 14 84D, Smith 226 15 85D, McIlquham 226 16 86D, Hensley 226 17 87D, Green 226 18 88D, Hodges 226 19 89D, Turner, Part A 226 20 89D, Turner, Part B 226 21 90D, East 226 22 91D, Hughes 226 23 92D, Wallace (African-American) 226 24 93D, Perkins 226 25 94D, Bradberry 226 26 1941 March-November 95D, Johnson, Part A 227 1 95D, Johnson, Part B 227 2 96D, Lewis 227 3 97D, Smith 227 4 98D, Jones 227 5 99D, Davis (African-American) 227 6 100D, Jackson 227 7 101D, Hightower (African-American) 227 8 102D, Hall (African-American) 227 9 103D, Mitchell 227 10 104D, Conner (African-American) 227 11 105D, Phillips (African-American) 227 12 106D, Murrin 227 13 107D, Patton 227 14 108D, Overton (African-American) 227 15 109D, Sturgill 227 16 110D, Cornett 227 17 111D, Rivers 227 18 112D, Wilson (African-American) 227 19 113D, Trammel (Unknown) 227 20 114D, Saylor 227 21 115D, Warf 227 22 116D, Cawood 227 23 117D, Joseph 227 24 118D, McGhee (African-American) 227 25 119D, Cornett 227 26 120D, Goad 227 27 121D, Smith 227 28 122D, Lee (African-American) 227 29 123D, Hodges 227 30 124D, Poore (Unknown) 227 31 125D, Maggard (Unknown) 227 32 1941-1942 126D, Harrell (Unknown) 228 1 127D, Lambert (Unknown) 228 2 128D, Winstead (Unknown) 228 3 129D, Thurman 228 4 130D, Jones, Part A (Fatality, Unknown) 228 5 130D, Jones, Part B (Fatality, Unknown) 228 6 131D, Farmer (Unknown) 228 7 132D, Long (African-American) 228 8 133D, Bond 228 9 134D, Miller 228 10 135D, Scott 228 11 136D, Cummins 228 12 137D, Swift (African-American) 228 13 138D, Hudson (African-American) 228 14 139D, France 228 15 140D, Blalock 228 16 141D, Irvin 228 17 142D, Hollitt 228 18 143D, Halcomb 228 19 144D, McCurry 228 20 145D, Reynolds (African-American) 228 21 146D, Mullins 228 22 147D, Walker (African-American) 228 23 148D, Hoskins 228 24 149D, Bush 228 25 150D, Dobbs 228 26 151D, Merrill 228 27 152D, Griffey (African-American) 228 28 153D, Harris (African-American and Female) 228 29 154D, Hembree 228 30 155D, Blair 228 31 156D, Walton (African-American) 228 32 157D, Pierce 228 33 158D, Caudill 228 34 159D, King 228 35 160D, Ison 228 36 1942 May-October 161D, Hill (African-American) 229 1 162D, Brock 229 2 163D, Rainey 229 3 164D, Cornett 229 4 165D, Begley 229 5 166D, Joseph 229 6 167D, Fulks 229 7 168D, Hensley 229 8 169D, Jackson (African-American) 229 9 170D, Reynolds (African-American) 229 10 171D, Fields 229 11 172D, Denton 229 12 173D, Durham 229 13 174D, Jennings 229 14 175D, Brown (African-American) 229 15 176D, Thompson 229 16 177D, Ison 229 17 178D, James (African-American) 229 18 179D, Miller 229 19 180D, Elliot 229 20 181D, Myree (African-American) 229 21 182D, Patterson 229 22 183D, Donaldson 229 23 184D, Caudill 229 24 185D, Rodgers 229 25 186D, Lowe 229 26 187D, Glen (African-American) 229 27 188D, Marion 229 28 189D, Perry 229 29 190D, Walker 229 30 191D, Byrd (African-American) 229 31 192D, Harris (African-American) 229 32 193D, Hicks 229 33 194D, Svanek (Hungarian) 229 34 195D, Parvin 229 35 196D, Bush 229 36 197D, Miller 229 37 198D, Taylor (African-American) 229 38 199D, Woods 229 39 200D, Deal 229 40 202D, Winstead 229 41 203D, Cox 229 42 204D, Merrill 229 43 205D, Lynn 229 44 1942 October-December 206D, Dingus 230 1 207D, Stidham 230 2 208D, Love 230 3 209D, Huff 230 4 210D, Halcomb 230 5 211D, Jackson (African-American) 230 6 212D, Smith 230 7 213D, Hightower (African-American) 230 8 214D, Hornsby 230 9 215D, Ison 230 10 216D, Testerman 230 11 217D, Payne 230 12 218D, Whitt (African-American) 230 13 219D, Wolfe 230 14 220D, Frison (African-American) 230 15 221D, Fulks 230 16 222D, Kerr 230 17 223D, Lewis 230 18 224D, Begley 230 19 225D, Maggard 230 20 226D, Craig 230 21 227D, Padgett 230 22 228D, Couch 230 23 229D, Melton 230 24 230D, Mosley 230 25 231D, Brown (African-American) 230 26 232D, Combs 230 27 233D, Hall 230 28 1943 January-March 235D, Hale 231 1 236D, Winstead 231 2 237D, Shepherd 231 3 238D, Crigger 231 4 239D, Robinette 231 5 240D, Robinette 231 6 241D, Jennings 231 7 242D, Qualls 231 8 243D, Irvin 231 9 244D, Willis 231 10 245D, Marion 231 11 246D, Osborne 231 12 247D, Lewis 231 13 248D, Osborne 231 14 249D, Buchanan 231 15 250D, Davis 231 16 251D, Smith 231 17 252D, McGlamery 231 18 253D, Scott 231 19 254D, Knoll (Hungarian) 231 20 255D, Powell 231 21 256D, Farris 231 22 257D, Blanton 231 23 258D, Ingram 231 24 259D, Turner 231 25 260D, Patterson (Scottish) 231 26 261D, Asher 231 27 262D, Bennett (African-American) 231 28 263D, Enix 231 29 264D, Griffin 231 30 265D, Stidham, Part A 231 31 265D, Stidham, Part B 231 32 1943 March-June 266D, Murphy 232 1 267D, Gallaway 232 2 268D, Gilbert 232 3 269D, Creech 232 4 270D, Reno 232 5 271D, Schubert 232 6 272D, Fields, Part A 232 7 272D, Fields, Part B 232 8 273D, Young 232 9 274D, Goforth 232 10 275D, Miller 232 11 276D, Harris (African-American) 232 12 277D, Brown (African-American) 232 13 278D, Funk 232 14 279D, Sumpter 232 15 280D, Bundy 232 16 281D, Smiddy 232 17 282D, Robinette 232 18 283D, Miller 232 19 284D, Napier 232 20 285D, Sturgill 232 21 286D, Baker 232 22 287D, White 232 23 288D, Murrin 232 24 289D, Blalock 232 25 290D, Jones 232 26 291D, Wilson (African-American) 232 27 292D, Cooper 232 28 293D, Shelby 232 29 294D, Maggard 232 30 295D, Siler 232 31 296D, Cook 232 32 297D, Pritchett 232 33 298D, Welch 232 34 299D, Smith 232 35 1943 May-August 300D, Stewart 233 1 301D, Hornsby 233 2 302D, Harrell 233 3 303D, Davis (African-American) 233 4 304D, Spencer 233 5 305D, Lyttle 233 6 306D, Boyd 233 7 307D, White 233 8 308D, Ray 233 9 309D, Henson 233 10 310D, Austin 233 11 311D, Neal 233 12 312D, Ingram 233 13 313D, Thurman 233 14 314D, Hamblin 233 15 315D, Cash, Part A (African-American) 233 16 315D, Cash, Part B (African-American) 233 17 316D, Tolbert (African-American) 233 18 317D, Wallace (African-American) 233 19 318D, Collins 233 20 319D, Rogers 233 21 320D, Parker 233 22 321D, Daugherty 233 23 322D, Ruffin 233 24 323D, Shepherd 233 25 324D, Hardison 233 26 325D, Scott 233 27 326D, Garrison 233 28 327D, Johnson 233 29 328D, Sumpter 233 30 1943 August-November 329D, James 234 1 330D, Pradd (African-American) 234 2 331D, Shradlin 234 3 332D, Douglas 234 4 333D, Anderson 234 5 334D, Griffith 234 6 335D, Hornsby 234 7 336D, Siphers (Female) 234 8 337D, Sparkman 234 9 338D, Ellis (Unknown) 234 10 339D, Fulks 234 11 340D, Long 234 12 341D, Wells 234 13 342D, Franks 234 14 343D, Whited 234 15 344D, Denton 234 16 345D, Funk 234 17 346D, Maggard 234 18 347D, Brooks 234 19 348D, Shepherd 234 20 349D, Gilliam 234 21 350D, Conley 234 22 351D, Fulks 234 23 352D, Terry 234 24 353D, Cawthon 234 25 354D, Lewis 234 26 355D, Warren 234 27 356D, Keith 234 28 357D, Hensley 234 29 358D, Cornett 234 30 359D, Staples 234 31 360D, Brashears 234 32 1943-1944 361D, Smith 235 1 362D, Scott 235 2 363D, Scott 235 3 364D, Day 235 4 365D, Powell, Part A 235 5 365D, Powell, Part B 235 6 366D, Winstead 235 7 367D, Shackleford 235 8 368D, Johnson (African-American) 235 9 369D, McQueen 235 10 370D, Banks 235 11 371D, Wallace (African-American) 235 12 372D, Robison, Part A (African-American) 235 13 372D, Robison, Part B 235 14 1944 January-April 373D, Fields 236 1 374D, Blalock 236 2 375D, Baker 236 3 376D, Banks 236 4 377D, Smiddie 236 5 378D, Conley 236 6 379D, Cornett 236 7 380D, Merrill 236 8 381D, Dozier (African-American) 236 9 382D, Barr 236 10 383D, Ingram 236 11 384D, Ruffin (African-American) 236 12 385D, Blanton 236 13 386D, Prewitt 236 14 387D, Douglas 236 15 388D, Whiteaker 236 16 389D, Cornett (African-American) 236 17 390D, Caudill 236 18 391D, Salters 236 19 392D, Winstead 236 20 393D, Brooks (African-American) 236 21 394D, Mason 236 22 395D, Blevins 236 23 396D, James 236 24 397D, Huddleston 236 25 398D, Lewis 236 26 399D, Craig 236 27 400D, Helton 236 28 401D, Hodges 236 29 402D, Lewis 236 30 403D, Farris 236 31 1944 April-June 404D, Powers 237 1 405D, Short 237 2 406D, Bundy 237 3 407D, Murray 237 4 408D, Ferguson (African-American) 237 5 409D, Noe 237 6 410D, Cornett (African-American) 237 7 411D, Collett 237 8 412D, Neal (African-American) 237 9 413D, McIlquham 237 10 414D, Payne 237 11 415D, Whitehead 237 12 416D, Collins 237 13 417D, Wells 237 14 418D, Jones 237 15 419D, Clark (African-American) 237 16 420D, Boggs 237 17 421D, Owens 237 18 422D, Madwell 237 19 423D, Smith 237 20 424D, Huff 237 21 425D, Creech 237 22 428D, Helton 237 23 429D, Goforth 237 24 430D, Daugherty 237 25 431D, Martin (African-American) 237 26 432D, Gibson 237 27 433D, Claxton 237 28 434D, Cornett 237 29 435D, Long (African-American) 237 30 436D, Harper (African-American) 237 31 1944 June-September 437D, Sharpe (African-American) 238 1 438D, Powers 238 2 439D, Whited 238 3 440D, Jordan (African-American) 238 4 441D, Caudill 238 5 442D, Leach 238 6 443D, Franks 238 7 444D, Roberson 238 8 445D, Thurman 238 9 446D, Scott 238 10 447D, Powers 238 11 448D, Terry 238 12 449D, Frison (African-American) 238 13 450D, Lewis 238 14 451D, Noe 238 15 452D, Tedford (African-American) 238 16 453D, Wilson 238 17 454D, McGregor 238 18 455D, Girdley 238 19 456D, Jennings 238 20 457D, Ison 238 21 458D, Pace 238 22 459D, Ledford (African-American) 238 23 460D, Cornett 238 24 461D, Mott 238 25 462D, McIlquham 238 26 463D, Lewis 238 27 1944 September-October 464D, Smith, Part A 239 1 464D, Smith, Part B 239 2 464D, Smith, Part C 239 3 465D, Franks 239 4 466D, Tolbert (African-American) 239 5 467D, Pyle 239 6 468D, Johnson 239 7 469D, Sherner 239 8 470D, Ingram 239 9 471D, Day 239 10 472D, Lewis 239 11 473D, Elmore 239 12 474D, Mashburn 239 13 475D, McCurry 239 14 476D, Maggard 239 15 477D, Dixon 239 16 478D, Ashbrook 239 17 479D, Noe 239 18 480D, Johnson 239 19 481D, Sanders 239 20 1944 October-December 482D, Dalton 240 1 483D, Wilson 240 2 484D, Taylor 240 3 485D, Burgess 240 4 486D, Fields 240 5 487D, Cornett 240 6 488D, Kaylor 240 7 489D, Brown (African-American) 240 8 490D, Adkins 240 9 491D, Young 240 10 492D, Leath (African-American) 240 11 493D, Scott 240 12 494D, Coldwell 240 13 495D, Helton 240 14 496D, Fields (Unknown) 240 15 497D, Johnson (African-American) 240 16 498D, Christian 240 17 499D, Dozier 240 18 500D, Trammel 240 19 501D, Pocus 240 20 502D, Cornett 240 21 503D, Blanton 240 22 504D, Ison 240 23 505D, Long (African-American) 240 24 506D, Claxton 240 25 507D, Burke 240 26 1945 January-April 508D, Jackson 241 1 509D, Huff 241 2 510D, Dingus 241 3 511D, Jenkins (Unknown) 241 4 512D, Irwin 241 5 513D, Sweet 241 6 514D, Gilliam 241 7 515D, Blalock 241 8 516D, Coleman (African-American) 241 9 517D, Saylor 241 10 518D, Rogers 241 11 519D, Caudill 241 12 520D, Henry 241 13 521D, Flanary 241 14 522D, Ritchie 241 15 523D, Mullins 241 16 524D, Belcher, Part A 241 17 524D, Belcher, Part B 241 18 525D, Baker 241 19 526D, Leath (African-American and Female) 241 20 527D, Powell 241 21 528D, Holloway 241 22 529D, Knoll (Hungarian) 241 23 530D, Keith 241 24 531D, Eldridge 241 25 532D, Wilder 241 26 1945 April-July 533D, Brewer (Unknown) 242 1 534D, Brock 242 2 535D, Jarvis 242 3 536D, Phillips 242 4 537D, Ritchie 242 5 538D, Clontz 242 6 539D, Higgins 242 7 540D, Richmond 242 8 541D, Marlar 242 9 542D, Ison 242 10 543D, Lewis 242 11 544D, Johnson 242 12 545D, Ritchie 242 13 546D, Henson 242 14 547D, Payne 242 15 548D, Marlar 242 16 549D, Wells 242 17 550D, Card (Unknown) 242 18 551D, Brown (African-American) 242 19 552D, Higgins 242 20 553D, Estep 242 21 554D, Brown 242 22 555D, Scott 242 23 556D, Robbins 242 24 557D, Johnson 242 25 558D, Payne 242 26 559D, Powers 242 27 560D, Ison 242 28 561D, Brashears (Unknown) 242 29 1945 August-September 562D, Lewis 243 1 563D, Hensley 243 2 564D, Harris (African-American) 243 3 565D, Ruffin (African-American) 243 4 566D, Frager, Part A (African-American) 243 5 566D, Frager, Part B (African-American) 243 6 567D, Parrott 243 7 568D, Overby (Fatality) 243 8 569D, Turner (Female) 243 9 570D, Cornett (African-American) 243 10 571D, Clark 243 11 572D, Helton 243 12 573D, Neal (African-American) 243 13 574D, Blanton 243 14 575D, Bailey 243 15 1945 September-December 576D, Faughn 244 1 577D, Cox 244 2 578D, Holt (African-American) 244 3 579D, Winstead 244 4 580D, Hurd 244 5 581D, Pocus 244 6 582D, Munday 244 7 583D, Roop 244 8 584D, Cooper 244 9 585D, Johnson (African-American) 244 10 586D, Spencer, Part A (Fatality, African-American) 244 11 586D, Spencer, Part B (Fatality, African-American) 244 12 587D, Jenkins 244 13 588D, Truett 244 14 589D, Lewis 244 15 590D, Moore (African-American) 244 16 591D, Lewis 244 17 592D, Noe 244 18 593D, Johnson 244 19 594D, Hensley 244 20 595D, Murrin 244 21 596D, Williams, Part A (Fatality) 244 22 596D, Williams, Part B (Fatality) 244 23 597D, Keith 244 24 598D, Henry 244 25 599D, Tucker 244 26 1946 January-June 600D, Whitt (African-American) 245 1 601D, Kirk (Female) 245 2 602D, Lewis 245 3 603D, Overton (African-American) 245 4 604D, Engle 245 5 605D, Mosley 245 6 606D, Garrett 245 7 607D, Reese 245 8 608D, Faughn 245 9 609D, Young 245 10 610D, Robinette (Last name also spelled 'Robinett') 245 11 611D, Siler (Unknown) 245 12 612D, Moody 245 13 613D, Howard 245 14 614D, Hardwick 245 15 615D, Turner 245 16 616D, Walker (African-American) 245 17 617D, Lewis 245 18 618D, Arvin 245 19 619D, King 245 20 620D, Munday 245 21 621D, Mays 245 22 622D, Powell 245 23 623D, Trammel 245 24 1946 June-August 624D, Patterson, Part A 246 1 624D, Patterson, Part B 246 2 624D, Patterson, Part C 246 3 625D, Dean 246 4 626D, Keith 246 5 627D, Jenkins 246 6 628D, Jones 246 7 629D, Thomas (African-American) 246 8 630D, Howard 246 9 631D, Siler, Part A (Fatality) 246 10 631D, Siler, Part B (Fatality) 246 11 632D, Adkins 246 12 633D, Allen (African-American) 246 13 634D, Enix 246 14 635D, Blair 246 15 636D, Wells 246 16 1946-1947 637D, Cornett (Last name also spelled 'Curnutt,' 'Cornette,' and 'Cournett') 247 1 538D, Williams (African-American) 247 2 539D, Jordan (African-American) 247 3 540D, Jones 247 4 641D, Ashbrook 247 5 642D, Jordan (African-American) 247 6 643D, Washington 247 7 644D, Williams (Unknown) 247 8 645D, Funk (Unknown) 247 9 646D, McCurry 247 10 648D, Dozier 247 11 650D, Hensley 247 12 651D, Sergent 247 13 652D, Hampton 247 14 653D, Perry (African-American) 247 15 654D, Watts 247 16 655D, Campbell 247 17 656D, Robinette 247 18 657D, Rasnick 247 19 658D, Hill 247 20 659D, Huff 247 21 660D, Griffin (African-American) 247 22 661D, Long 247 23 1946-1947 662D, McIlquham 248 1 663D, Jordan (African-American) 248 2 664D, Sergent 248 3 665D, Reese 248 4 666D, Necessary 248 5 667D, Brock 248 6 668D, Phillips (African-American) 248 7 669D, Engle 248 8 670D, Holcomb 248 9 671D, Creech 248 10 672D, Woodall 248 11 673D, Cobb 248 12 674D, Sweet 248 13 675D, Robbins 248 14 676D, Norris 248 15 677D, Thomas 248 16 678D, Myers 248 17 679D, Banks 248 18 680D, Ison 248 19 681D, Flanary 248 20 682D, Peebles (African-American) 248 21 683D, Fouts 248 22 684D, Hornsby (Fatality (Allegedly); Death on May 24, 1946 of heart attack.) 248 23 1947 June-October 685D, Erwin (African-American) 249 1 686D, McCurry 249 2 687D, Franks 249 3 688D, Jordan (African-American) 249 4 689D, Calfee 249 5 690D, Driscall, Part A (Fatality, African-American) 249 6 690D, Driscall, Part B (Fatality, African-American) 249 7 691D, Ruffin (African-American) 249 8 692D, Turner 249 9 693D, Harris (African-American) 249 10 694D, Necessary 249 11 695D, Bundy 249 12 696D, Morelock 249 13 697D, Grigsby 249 14 698D, Polly 249 15 699D, Williams (African-American) 249 16 700D, Taylor (African-American) 249 17 701D, Ison 249 18 702D, Tate 249 19 703D, Short 249 20 704D, Parrott (African-American) 249 21 1947-1948 705D, Sergent 250 1 706D, Needham 250 2 707D, Hensley 250 3 708D, Depew 250 4 709D, Mullin 250 5 710D, Styles 250 6 711D, Cummins 250 7 712D, Davis (African-American) 250 8 713D, Harris (African-American) 250 9 714D, Wallace (African-American) 250 10 715D, Crawford (African-American) 250 11 716D, Lawson 250 12 717D, Whited 250 13 718D, Cox 250 14 719D, Yeary (African-American) 250 15 720D, Brock 250 16 721D, Sellers 250 17 722D, Kaylor 250 18 723D, Brown (African-American) 250 19 724D, Joseph (Occupational disease) 250 20 725D, McGregor 250 21 726D, Mays (African-American) 250 22 727D, Marlar, Part A 250 23 727D, Marlar, Part B 250 24 1948 March-October 728D, Creech 251 1 729D, Cornett (African-American) 251 2 730D, Mitchell 251 3 731D, Draughn 251 4 732D, Sides 251 5 7333D, Powell 251 6 734D, Ferguson, Part A (African-American) 251 7 734D, Ferguson, Part B (African-American) 251 8 735D, Calfee 251 9 736D, Hall 251 10 737D, Gregory (African-American) 251 11 738D, Dick 251 12 739D, Dozier 251 13 740D, Wampler 251 14 741D, Sauders (African-American) 251 15 742D, Wallace 251 16 743D, Cranford (African-American) 251 17 744D, Frison (African-American) 251 18 745D, Wilson 251 19 746D, Watson (African-American) 251 20 747D, Brock 251 21 748D, Brown 251 22 749D, McQueen 251 23 750D, Helton 251 24 751D, Prince (African-American) 251 25 1948-1949 752D, Murrin 252 1 753D, Ison 252 2 754D, Parvin 252 3 755D, Miller (African-American) 252 4 756D, Coots 252 5 757D, Maggard 252 6 758D, Rogers 252 7 759D, Eads 252 8 760D, Mowery 252 9 761D, Turner 252 10 762D, Sides, Part A 252 11 762D, Sides, Part B 252 12 762D, Sides, Part C 252 13 763D, King 252 14 764D, Prewitt (African-American) 252 15 765D, King 252 16 766D, Barney (African-American) 252 17 767D, Williams (African-American) 252 18 768D, Walker (African-American) 252 19 769D, Lewis 252 20 770D, Trent 252 21 771D, Harris (African-American) 252 22 772D, Howard 252 23 773D, Whetsel 252 24 1948-1949 774D, Warf 253 1 775D, West 253 2 776D, Oden 253 3 777D, Smith 253 4 778D, Creech 253 5 779D, Cornett 253 6 781D, Fields 253 7 782D, Anderson 253 8 783D, Cornett (Last name also spelled 'Cornette.') 253 9 784D, Kelly 253 10 785D, Scott 253 11 786D, Jones 253 12 787D, Funk 253 13 788D, Hyden 253 14 789D, Meeks (Female) 253 15 790D, Baldwin 253 16 791D, Lewis 253 17 792D, Rich 253 18 793D, Jones 253 19 794D, Watts (African-American) 253 20 795D, Mattingly 253 21 1949-1950 796D, Brown 254 1 797D, Jones (African-American) 254 2 798D, Henson 254 3 799D, Collins 254 4 800D, Crigger 254 5 801D, Ketron 254 6 802D, Thomas 254 7 803D, Addison 254 8 804D, Helton 254 9 805D, Higgins 254 10 806D, Williams (African-American) 254 11 807D, Brown (African-American) 254 12 808D, Griffith 254 13 809D, Ritchie 254 14 810D, Massey 254 15 811D, Fouts 254 16 812D, Stewart 254 17 813D, Reese 254 18 815D, Harris (African-American) 254 19 816D, Hill 254 20 817D, Cook (African-American) 254 21 818D, Swift (African-American) 254 22 819D, Johnson 254 23 820D, Harris (African-American) 254 24 821D, Brock 254 25 822D, Brock 254 26 823D, Gilliam 254 27 824D, Anderson 254 28 825D, Creech 254 29 1950 January-April 826D, Morgan 255 1 827D, Rains 255 2 828D, Wilder 255 3 829D, Rodgers 255 4 830D, Brown 255 5 831D, Jones 255 6 832D, Wilder 255 7 833D, Sowders 255 8 834D, McGlamery 255 9 835D, Henson 255 10 836D, Whiteaker 255 11 837D, Hendrickson 255 12 838D, Turnboe (African-American) 255 13 839D, Marion 255 14 840D, Rhudy 255 15 841D, Wells 255 16 842D, McQueen 255 17 843D, James 255 18 844D, Brooks 255 19 845D, Johnson 255 20 846D, Kaylor 255 21 847D, Barney (African-American) 255 22 848D, Patton 255 23 849D, Messer 255 24 850D, Brown 255 25 1950 April-August 851D, Posey 256 1 852D, Cornett 256 2 853D, Richmond (African-American) 256 3 854D, Helton 256 4 855D, Jarvis 256 5 856D, Sheffield 256 6 857D, Saunders (African-American) 256 7 858D, Cooks (African-American) 256 8 859D, Depew 256 9 860D, Smith 256 10 861D, Helton 256 11 862D, Clark (African-American) 256 12 863D, Moss (African-American) 256 13 864D, Tate 256 14 865D, Cornett 256 15 866D, Franks 256 16 867D, Rogers 256 17 868D, Cornett 256 18 869D,Barney (African-American) 256 19 870D, Robinette (Unknown) 256 20 871D, Yeary (African-American) 256 21 872D, Hurd 256 22 873D, Harris (African-American) 256 23 874D, Hyden 256 24 875D, McIlquham 256 25 1950-1951 876D, Wallace 257 1 877D, Wilder 257 2 878D, Sergent 257 3 879D, Adkins, Part A 257 4 879D, Adkins, Part B 257 5 879D, Adkins, Part C 257 6 880D, Turner 257 7 881D, Hardy (African-American) 257 8 882D, Clark 257 9 883D, Lewis 257 10 884D, Fields 257 11 885D, Maggard 257 12 886D, Turner 257 13 887D, McGinnis 257 14 888D, Jaco 257 15 889D, Hall 257 16 890D, Terrell 257 17 891D, Creech 257 18 1951 January-May 892D, Fields 258 1 893D, Walker (African-American) 258 2 894D, Hudgins (African-American) 258 3 895D, Burgess 258 4 896D, Johnson 258 5 897D, Dennis (African-American) 258 6 898D, Turner 258 7 899D, Estep, Part A 258 8 899D, Estep, Part B 258 9 899D, Estep, Part C 258 10 900D, Daniel (African-American) 258 11 901D, Byrd (African-American) 258 12 902D, Cook (African-American) 258 13 903D, Knight (African-American) 258 14 904D, Peebles (African-American) 258 15 905D, Love 258 16 906D, Hansel 258 17 907D, Dalmer, Part A 258 18 907D, Dalmer, Part B 258 19 1951 May-September 908D, Miller 259 1 909D, Burgess 259 2 910D, Ferguson, Part A (African-American) 259 3 910D, Ferguson, Part B (African-American) 259 4 911D, McCracken 259 5 912D, Cornett (African-American) 259 6 913D, Farmer 259 7 914D, Overton (African-American) 259 8 915D, Turner 259 9 916D, Anderson 259 10 917D, Hardy (African-American) 259 11 918D, Estep 259 12 919D, Lawson 259 13 920D, Turner 259 14 921D, Simpson 259 15 922D, Stewart 259 16 923D, Dye 259 17 924D, Browning 259 18 925D, Turner 259 19 926D, Atkins 259 20 927D, O'Dell 259 21 928D, Cooper 259 22 929D, Buchanan 259 23 1951-1952 930D, Tuttle 260 1 931D, Scott 260 2 932D, Evans (African-American) 260 3 933D, Fawbush 260 4 934D, Mosier 260 5 935D, Sweet 260 6 936D, Turnboe (African-American) 260 7 937D, Hardy (African-American) 260 8 938D, Moretz 260 9 939D, Disney 260 10 940D, Caudill 260 11 941D, Motley (African-American) 260 12 942D, Testerman 260 13 943D, Whetsel 260 14 944D, Lewis 260 15 945D, Fields 260 16 946D, Shepherd 260 17 947D, Eversole 260 18 948D, Funk 260 19 949D, Goode 260 20 950D, Bryant 260 21 951D, Smith 260 22 952D, Brown 260 23 1952 March-September 953D, Morgan 261 1 954D, Fouts 261 2 955D, Chandler (African-American) 261 3 956D, Lee 261 4 957D, Moody 261 5 958D, Eldridge 261 6 959D, Hall 261 7 960D, Griffith 261 8 961D, Harris (African-American) 261 9 962D, Sherrer (African-American) 261 10 963D, Sanders (African-American) 261 11 964D, Rogers 261 12 965D, Scott 261 13 966D, Sharpe (African-American) 261 14 967D, Reese 261 15 968D, Lawson (Unknown) 261 16 969D, Atkins 261 17 970D, Ketron 261 18 971D, Allen (African-American) 261 19 972D, Johnson 261 20 973D, Dozier 261 21 974D, Oden (African-American) 261 22 975D, Caudill 261 23 1952-1953 976D, Cornett (African-American) 262 1 977D, James (African-American) 262 2 978D, Barr 262 3 979D, Miracle 262 4 980D, Brown 262 5 981D, Chandler (African-American) 262 6 982D, Poff 262 7 983D, McCurry 262 8 984D, Crawford (African-American) 262 9 985D, Siphers 262 10 986D, Hall 262 11 987D, Cornett (African-American) 262 12 988D, Saunders (African-American) 262 13 989D, Hale 262 14 990D, Erwin (African-American) 262 15 991D, Brown 262 16 992D, Hill (African-American) 262 17 993D, Dozier (African-American) 262 18 994D, Trent 262 19 995D, Lewis 262 20 996D, Kilburn 262 21 997D, Jones 262 22 998D, Cornett (African-American) 262 23 999D, Goins 262 24 1953 February-May 1000D, Funk 263 1 1001D, McIlquham 263 2 1002D, Evans (African-American) 263 3 1003D, Creech 263 4 1004D, Lawson 263 5 1005D, Denney 263 6 1006D, Posey 263 7 1007D, Hill (African-American) 263 8 1008D, Nunnery 263 9 1009D, White 263 10 1010D, Higgins 263 11 1011D, Sowders 263 12 1012D, Richmond (African-American) 263 13 1013D, Maggard 263 14 1014D, Dozier 263 15 1015D, Tuttle 263 16 1016D, Browning 263 17 1017D, Crigger 263 18 1018D, Denney 263 19 1019D, Allen (African-American) 263 20 1020D, Rainey 263 21 1021D, McCurry 263 22 1022D, Brock 263 23 1023D, McCurry 263 24 1024D, Collier 263 25 1025D, Kelly 263 26 1953 June 1026D, Matthews (African-American) 264 1 1027D, Hall 264 2 1028D, Brown, Part A 264 3 1028D, Brown, Part B 264 4 1028D, Brown, Part C 264 5 1028D, Brown, Part D 264 6 1028D, Brown, Part E 264 7 1028D, Brown, Part F 264 8 1029D, Miller 264 9 1030D, Charles 264 10 1031D, Cornett 264 11 1032D, Penney (African-American) 264 12 1953-1954 1033D, Ison 265 1 1034D, Walker (African-American) 265 2 1035D, Matthews 265 3 1036D, Brock 265 4 1037D, Reese 265 5 1038D, Miracle 265 6 1039D, Cope 265 7 1040D, Hobbs 265 8 1041D, Massey 265 9 1042D, Engle 265 10 1043D, Fields 265 11 1044D, Jarvis 265 12 1045D, Rhudy 265 13 1046D, Creech 265 14 1047D, Cope 265 15 1048D, Dennis, Part A (Accidents 1048D-1050D are related, African-American) 265 16 1048D, Dennis, Part B (African-American) 265 17 1048D, Dennis, Part C (African-American) 265 18 1954 February-August 1049D, Knoll (Accidents 1048D-1050D are related.) 266 1 1050D, Charles (Accidents 1048D-1050D are related.) 266 2 1051D, Lewis 266 3 1052D, Griffith 266 4 1053D, Sears 266 5 1054D, Saylor 266 6 1055D, Parker 266 7 1056D, Smith, Part A 266 8 1056D, Smith, Part B 266 9 1057D, Rains 266 10 1058D, Partin 266 11 1059D, Jackson 266 12 1060D, Huff (African-American) 266 13 1061D, Gaffney (African-American) 266 14 1062D, Walker (African-American) 266 15 1063D, Hill 266 16 1064D, Cornett 266 17 1065D, Allen (African-American) 266 18 1066D, Brown 266 19 1067D, Scott 266 20 1068D, Cornett 266 21 1954-1955 1069D, Cornett 267 1 1070D, Osborne (African-American) 267 2 1071D, Metcalf 267 3 1072D, Turner 267 4 1073D, Lewis 267 5 1074D, Gamble 267 6 1075D, Styles 267 7 1076D, Lowery (African-American) 267 8 1077D, Stanley (African-American) 267 9 1078D, Smith 267 10 1079D, Parsons 267 11 1080D, Shepherd (African-American) 267 12 1081D, Rich 267 13 1082D, Cope 267 14 1083D, Turner 267 15 1084D, Cummins 267 16 1085D, Trammel 267 17 1086D, Calfee 267 18 1088D, Cornett 267 19 1089D, Johnson 267 20 1090D, Calfee 267 21 1091D, Overton (African-American) 267 22 1955 March-July 1092D, Rice 268 1 1093D, Helton 268 2 1094D, McDonald (African-American) 268 3 1095D, King 268 4 1096D, Bush 268 5 1097D, Farmer 268 6 1098D, Gaffney (African-American) 268 7 1099D, Douglas 268 8 1100D, Turner 268 9 1101D, Fields 268 10 1102D, Griffith (Unknown) 268 11 1103D, McKinney (Unknown) 268 12 1104D, Kilburn 268 13 1105D, Kelly (Unknown) 268 14 1106D, Dick 268 15 1108D, Keylor 268 16 1112D, Jaco 268 17 1113D, Higgins 268 18 1114D, Osborne 268 19 1115D, Barr 268 20 1116D, Hensley 268 21 1117D, Marlow 268 22 1118D, Carter 268 23 1119D, Banks 268 24 1120D, Howard 268 25 1121D, Saylor 268 26 1122D, Ison 268 27 1123D, Helton 268 28 1955 July-December 1124D, King 269 1 1125D, Reese 269 2 1126D, Sweet 269 3 1127D, Matthews (African-American) 269 4 1128D, Cope 269 5 1129D, Rains 269 6 1130D, Daugherty 269 7 1131D, Williams 269 8 1132D, Brown (African-American) 269 9 1133D, Cornett 269 10 1134D, Prince 269 11 1135D, Johnson 269 12 1136D, Hardy (African-American) 269 13 1137D, Hendrickson 269 14 1138D, Bradberry 269 15 1139D, Yeary (Unknown) 269 16 1140D, Foutch 269 17 1141D, Patton 269 18 1142D, Hale 269 19 1144D, Mashburn (Occupational disease) 269 20 1145D, Grogan (Fatality) 269 21 1148D, Buchanan (Occupational disease) 269 22 1151D, Nunnery 269 23 1152D, White 269 24 1153D, Wallace (African-American) 269 25 1154D, Blair 269 26 1155D, Whiteaker 269 27 1156D, Rains 269 28 1157D, Rasnick 269 29 1159D, Burkhart 269 30 1955-1956 1160D, Turner 270 1 1161D, Byrd (African-American) 270 2 1162D, Robinette 270 3 1163D, James 270 4 1164D, Walters 270 5 1165D, Motley 270 6 1166D, Poff, Part A 270 7 1166D, Poff, Part B 270 8 1167D, Stanley (African-American) 270 9 1168D, Partin 270 10 1169D, Griffey (African-American) 270 11 1170D, Banks 270 12 1171D, Cornett 270 13 1172D, Hurd 270 14 1173D, Hill 270 15 1174D, Caudill 270 16 1175D, McIlquham 270 17 1176D, Jaco 270 18 1177D, Funk 270 19 1178D, Byrd (African-American) 270 20 1179D, Reese 270 21 1180D, Brown (African-American) 270 22 1181D, Sergent 270 23 1182D, Barr 270 24 1183D, Gilliam 270 25 1184D, Nolan 270 26 1956-1957 1185D, Rogers 271 1 1186D, Cornett 271 2 1187D, Necessary 271 3 1188D, Gilliam 271 4 1189D, Burke 271 5 1190D, Sturgill 271 6 1191D, Styles 271 7 1192D, Cole 271 8 1193D, Helton 271 9 1194D, Hall (Occupational disease) 271 10 1195D, Holloway 271 11 1196D, Franks 271 12 1197D, Bradberry 271 13 1198D, McKinney 271 14 1199D, Poore 271 15 1200D, Begley 271 16 1201D, Mowery 271 17 1202D, Rains 271 18 1203D, Rice 271 19 1204D, Tuttle 271 20 1205D, McQuery 271 21 1206D, Mowery 271 22 1207D, Marion 271 23 1208D, Simpson 271 24 1209D, Hash 271 25 1210D, Marion 271 26 1211D, Robinette 271 27 1212D, Calfee 271 28 1213D, Helton 271 29 1214D, James 271 30 1215D, Johnson 271 31 1957 April-November 1216D, Hayes (African-American) 272 1 1217D, Williams 272 2 1218D, Whiteaker 272 3 1219D, Harris 272 4 1220D, Rogers 272 5 1221D, Hopkins (African-American) 272 6 1222D, Calfee 272 7 1223D, Sturgill 272 8 1224D, Messer 272 9 1225D, Gregory (Occupational disease, Unknown) 272 10 1226D, Whetsel 272 11 1227D, Fields 272 12 1228D, Stewart 272 13 1229D, Brown (African-American) 272 14 1230D, Palmer (Occupational disease) 272 15 1231D, McQuery 272 16 1232D, Perry 272 17 1233D, Ison 272 18 1234D, Messer 272 19 1235D, Calloway (African-American) 272 20 1957-1958 1236D, Carter 273 1 1237D, Shepherd (African-American) 273 2 1238D, Rogers 273 3 1239D, Winstead (Occupational disease, Unknown) 273 4 1240D, Johnson, Part A (Occupational disease, Unknown) 273 5 1240D, Johnson, Part B (Occupational disease, Unknown) 273 6 1241D, Clark (Occupational disease, Unknown) 273 7 1242D, Noe (Occupational disease, Unknown) 273 8 1243D, Williams 273 9 1244D, Franks 273 10 1245D, Carter 273 11 1246D, Smith 273 12 1247D, Spradlin (Occupational disease) 273 13 1248D, Duncum 273 14 1249D, Hodges 273 15 1250D, Wilson 273 16 1251D, Carter 273 17 1252D, Estep 273 18 1253D, Williams (Occupational disease) 273 19 1958-1959 1254D, Gaylor 274 1 1255D, Cope 274 2 1256D, Sampson 274 3 1257D, Harris 274 4 1259D, Whetsel 274 5 1260D, McKinney, Part A (Fatality) 274 6 1260D, McKinney, Part B (Fatality) 274 7 1260D, McKinney, Part C (Fatality) 274 8 1261D, Cornett 274 9 1262D, Brock, Part A (Occupational disease) 274 10 1262D, Brock, Part B (Occupational disease) 274 11 1263D, Buchanan (Occupational disease) 274 12 1264D, Caudill 274 13 1265D, Hayes (African-American) 274 14 1266D, Mowery (Occupational disease) 274 15 1268D, Allen (African-American) 274 16 1959 January-October 1269D, Sharpe 275 1 1270D, Burke 275 2 1271D, Bryant 275 3 1273D, Kyle 275 4 1274D, Knoll 275 5 1275D, Cain 275 6 1276D, Turnboe (African-American) 275 7 1277D, Hodges 275 8 1278D, Lewis 275 9 1279D, Cornett 275 10 1280D, Warf 275 11 1281D, Trent 275 12 1282D, Sturgill (Fatality) 275 13 1283D, Dodd 275 14 1284D, Griffith 275 15 1285D, Hall 275 16 1286D, James 275 17 1287D, Franks (Unknown) 275 18 1288D, Necessary 275 19 1289D, Daugherty 275 20 1290D, Hensley 275 21 1291D, Cook 275 22 1292D, Scott 275 23 1293D, Cornett 275 24 1959-1960 1294D, Elkins 276 1 1295D, Johnson 276 2 1296D, Johnson (African-American and Female) 276 3 1297D, James 276 4 1298D, Wallace (Occupational disease) 276 5 1299D, Henson 276 6 1300D, O'Dell (Occupational disease) 276 7 1301D, Disney 276 8 1302D, Dorton 276 9 1303D, Whites 276 10 1304D, Allen 276 11 1305D, Grogen 276 12 1306D, Tuttle 276 13 1307D, White 276 14 1308D, Mowery 276 15 1309D, Stanton 276 16 1310D, Norris 276 17 1311D, Brown 276 18 1312D, Cornett 276 19 1313D, Washington (African-American) 276 20 1314D, James 276 21 1315D, Tippett 276 22 1316D, Wilson 276 23 1317D, Brashears 276 24 1318D, Buchanan 276 25 1319D, Deal 276 26 1320D, Dye 276 27 1960-1961 1321D, Maggard 277 1 1322D, Rogers 277 2 1323D, Deal 277 3 1324D, Rhinehart 277 4 1325D, Griffey 277 5 1326D, James 277 6 1327D, Smith 277 7 1328D, Hill 277 8 1329D, Lee (African-American) 277 9 1330D, Creech 277 10 1331D, Bunkhart 277 11 1332D, Norris 277 12 1333D, Farmer 277 13 1335D, Banks 277 14 1336D, Hollitt 277 15 1334D, Kyle (African-American) 277 16 1337D, Creech 277 17 1338D, Kelly 277 18 1339D, Long 277 19 1340D, Scott 277 20 1341D, Banks 277 21 1961-1962 1342D, Bryant 278 1 1343D, Van Meter 278 2 1344D, Rice 278 3 1345D, Smith 278 4 1346D, Charles 278 5 1347D, McCrary 278 6 1348D, Baldwin 278 7 1349D, Smith 278 8 1350D, Sergent 278 9 1351D, Mowery 278 10 1352D, Gaylor 278 11 1353D, Lewis 278 12 1354D, Dodd 278 13 1355D, McGlamery 278 14 1356D, Scott 278 15 1357D, Holliman 278 16 1358D, Burke 278 17 1359D, Henson 278 18 1360D, Farmer 278 19 1962 June-December 1361D, Brashears 279 1 1362D, Gray 279 2 1363D, Meade (Occupational disease) 279 3 1364D, Carter 279 4 1365D, Kelly 279 5 1366D, Cornett 279 6 1367D, Messer 279 7 1368D, Henson 279 8 1369D, Williams 279 9 1370D, Creech, Part A 279 10 1370D, Creech, Part B 279 11 1370D, Creech, Part C 279 12 1371D, Rogers 279 13 1372D, Tuttle 279 14 1373D, Creech 279 15 1374D, Flanary (Occupational disease) 279 16 1375D, Howard 279 17 1961-1963 1376D, Jaco 280 1 1377D, Penny (African-American) 280 2 1378D, Parkins (Occupational disease) 280 3 1379D, Styles (Occupational disease) 280 4 1380D, Hill, Part A (Occupational disease) 280 5 1380D, Hill, Part B (Occupational disease) 280 6 1381D, Scott 280 7 1382D, Bullock 280 8 1383D, Stokes (African-American) 280 9 1384D, Tolliver 280 10 1386D, Dixon 280 11 1387D, Kyle 280 12 1963 January-February 1388D, Brock 281 1 1389D, Creech 281 2 1390D, Gaylor 281 3 1391D, McGlamery, Part A (Occupational disease) 281 4 1391D, McGlamery, Part B (Occupational disease) 281 5 1391D, McGlamery, Part C (Occupational disease) 281 6 1392D, Rasnick (Occupational disease) 281 7 1393D, Miller, Part A (Occupational disease) 281 8 1393D, Miller, Part B (Occupational disease) 281 9 1394D, Halcomb 281 10 1395D, Sween 281 11 1396D, Earley (Occupational disease) 281 12 1397D, Bond (Unknown) 281 13 1398D, Douglas (Occupational disease) 281 14 1966-1967 1478D, Dixon 287 1 1479D, Stokes 287 2 1480D, Austin (Occupational disease) 287 3 1481D, Carter (Occupational disease) 287 4 1482D, Hollitt 287 5 1483D, Myers (Occupational disease) 287 6 1484D, Goode 287 7 1486D, Nolan 287 8 1487D, Adams 287 9 1488D, Johnson (Occupational disease) 287 10 1489D, Gilliam 287 11 1490D, France (Occupational disease) 287 12 1491D, Burkhart, Part A (Occupational disease) 287 13 1491D, Burkhart, Part B (Occupational disease) 287 14 1963 January-October 1399D, Campbell (Occupational disease, Unknown) 282 1 1400D, Burke 282 2 1401D, Rhinehart 282 3 1402, Eldridge (Occupational disease) 282 4 1403D, Williams 282 5 1404D, McCrary 282 6 1405D, Poore 282 7 1406D, Disney (Occupational disease) 282 8 1407D, Vanover (Occupational disease) 282 9 1408D, Lewis (Occupational disease) 282 10 1409D, Saunders 282 11 1410D, Simpson 282 12 1411D, Cornett (Alleged Occupational disease) 282 13 1412D, Cope 282 14 1413D, Ison 282 15 1414D, Saylor (Occupational disease) 282 16 1415D, Skeen (Alleged Occupational disease) 282 17 1963-1964 1416D, Eastes 283 1 1417D, Eversole (Occupational disease) 283 2 1418D, Kaylor 283 3 1419D, Dodd (Occupational disease) 283 4 1420D, Charles 283 5 1421D, Bishop (Occupational disease) 283 6 1422D, Goode 283 7 1423D, Trammel, Part A (Occupational disease) 283 8 1423D, Trammel, Part B (Occupational disease) 283 9 1424D, King (Occupational disease) 283 10 1425D, Stanton 283 11 1426D, Hayes (Occupational disease) 283 12 1427D, Sergent (Occupational disease) 283 13 1428D, Brown (Occupational disease) 283 14 1429D, Wells 283 15 1430D, Engle 283 16 1964-1965 1431D, Marsh 284 1 1432D, Maggard (Occupational disease) 284 2 1433D, Schubert 284 3 1434D, Charles 284 4 1435D, White (Occupational disease) 284 5 1436D, Morgan 284 6 1437D, McQuery (Occupational disease) 284 7 1438D, Necessary (Occupational disease) 284 8 1439D, Marlow 284 9 1440D, Massey 284 10 1441D, Shepherd 284 11 1442D, Carroll 284 12 1443D, Austin 284 13 1444D, McArthur 284 14 1445D, Osbourne (Occupational disease, African-American) 284 15 1446D, Rogers 284 16 1447D, Slagle (Occupational disease) 284 17 1448D, Deal (Occupational disease) 284 18 1449D, Whiteaker 284 19 1450D, Knoll 284 20 1451D, McArthur 284 21 1961-1966 1452D, Stanton 285 1 1454D, Gilley (Occupational disease) 285 2 1455D, Farmer 285 3 1456D, Smith 285 4 1457D, James, Part A (Occupational disease) 285 5 1457D, James, Part B (Occupational disease) 285 6 1458D, Motley (Occupational disease) 285 7 1459D, Ison 285 8 1460D, Sturgill 285 9 1461D, Wilder 285 10 1462D, France 285 11 1463D, Tolliver 285 12 1464D, Cole 285 13 1465D, Engle (Occupational disease) 285 14 1466D, Turnboe 285 15 1467D, Jones 285 16 1468D, Clark 285 17 1469D, Holloway (Occupational disease) 285 18 1470D, Gilliam 285 19 1963-1966 1471D, Simpson (Occupational disease) 286 1 1472D, Rhinehart, Part A (Occupational disease) 286 2 1472D, Rhinehart, Part B (Occupational disease) 286 3 1472D, Rhinehart, Part C (Occupational disease) 286 4 1473D, Carter 286 5 1474D, Griffey 286 6 1475D, Huff (Occupational disease) 286 7 1476D, Dorton, Part A (Occupational disease) 286 8 1476D, Dorton, Part B (Occupational disease) 286 9 1477D, Young (Occupational disease) 286 10 1963-1967 1492D, Stokes 288 1 1493D, Peebles (Occupational disease, African-American) 288 2 1494D, Green 288 3 1495D, Enix 288 4 1496D, Messer (Occupational disease) 288 5 1497D, Walters, Part A (Occupational disease) 288 6 1497D, Walters, Part B (Occupational disease) 288 7 1498D, Farmer (Occupational disease) 288 8 1499D, Scott 288 9 1500D, Rogers 288 10 1501D, Shepherd (Occupational disease) 288 11 1502D, Smith (Occupational disease) 288 12 1503D, Stanton 288 13 1504D, Baldwin 288 14 1505D, Byrd 288 15 1506D, Hurd 288 16 1507D, Funk (Occupational disease) 288 17 1965-1968 1508D, Price 289 1 1509D, Carrol 289 2 1510D, Ketron 289 3 1511D, Barr 289 4 1512D, Reese (Occupational disease) 289 5 1513D, Cook 289 6 1514D, Scott 289 7 1515D, Orick (Occupational disease) 289 8 1516D, Hurd (Occupational disease) 289 9 1517D, Vanover (Occupational disease) 289 10 1518D, Cobb (Occupational disease) 289 11 1519D, Yeary 289 12 1520D, Howard 289 13 1521D, Day 289 14 1522D, Turnboe 289 15 1523D, Dixon 289 16 1524D, Turner 289 17 1964-1969 1525D, Harris 290 1 1526D, Morris 290 2 1527D, Hensley 290 3 1528D, Ison 290 4 1529D, Marsh (Occupational disease) 290 5 1530D, Simpson 290 6 1531D, Morelock (Occupational disease) 290 7 1532D, Fields 290 8 1533D, Jones 290 9 1534D, Jarvis 290 10 1535D, Adams 290 11 1536D, Fields 290 12 1537D, Allen 290 13 1538D, Burkhart 290 14 1539D, Cummins 290 15 1540D, Ison (Occupational disease) 290 16 1541D, Elder (Occupational disease, African-American) 290 17 1542D, Jordon (Occupational disease, African-American) 290 18 1966-1969 1543D, Hale, Part A (Occupational disease) 291 1 1543D, Hale, Part B (Occupational disease) 291 2 1543D, Hale, Part C (Occupational disease) 291 3 1544D, Schubert 291 4 1545D, Vann 291 5 1546D, Scott 291 6 1547D, Hornsby 291 7 1548D, Gilliam 291 8 1549D, Gamble, Part A 291 9 1549D, Gamble, Part B 291 10 1550D, Jones 291 11 1551D, Williams 291 12 1552D, Boggs 291 13 1553D, Powell (Occupational disease) 291 14 1554D, Raleigh 291 15 1555D, Dixon 291 16 1556D, Owens 291 17 1967-1970 1557D, Elliot (Occupational disease) 292 1 1558D, Baker 292 2 1559D, Brassfield 292 3 1560D, Marshall 292 4 1561D, Risden (Occupational disease) 292 5 1562D, Rogers, Part A 292 6 1562D, Rogers, Part B 292 7 1563D, Cornett 292 8 1564D, Hollitt (Occupational disease) 292 9 1565D, Whited (Occupational disease) 292 10 1566D, Sears (Occupational disease) 292 11 1567D, Brock 292 12 1568D, Gilliam 292 13 1569D, Flanary 292 14 1570D, Lewis 292 15 1967-1970 1571D, Allen (Occupational disease) 293 1 1572D, Miller 293 2 1573D, Hensley 293 3 1574D, Calloway (African-American) 293 4 1575D, Dixon 293 5 1576D, Boggs 293 6 1577D, Harrison 293 7 1578D, Owens 293 8 1579D, Baldwin (Occupational disease) 293 9 1580D, Cole 293 10 1581D, Knoll 293 11 1582D, Cole 293 12 1583D, Byrd (Occupational disease, African-American) 293 13 1584D, Dixon (Occupational disease) 293 14 1585D, Marlow 293 15 1586D, Ingram 293 16 1587D, Helton 293 17 1588D, Johnson 293 18 1589D, Estep 293 19 1590D, Massey (Fatality;Occupational disease) 293 20 1591D, Fields (Occupational disease) 293 21 1970 March-November 1592D, Enix (Occupational disease) 294 1 1593D, Jarvis (Occupational disease) 294 2 1594D, Holt, Part A 294 3 1594D, Holt, Part B 294 4 1595D, Scott (Occupational disease) 294 5 1596D, Cain (Occupational disease) 294 6 1597D, Cornett (Occupational disease) 294 7 1598D, Smith (Occupational disease) 294 8 1599D, Brock (Occupational disease) 294 9 1600D, McArthur 294 10 1970-1971 1601D, Nolan 295 1 1602D, Dixon, Part A 295 2 1602D, Dixon, Part B 295 3 1603D, Brock 295 4 1604D, Jackson 295 5 1605D, Jones 295 6 1606D, Spears 295 7 1607D, Huff 295 8 1608D, Gilliam (Occupational disease) 295 9 1609D, Salyer 295 10 1610D, Buchanan 295 11 1611D, Hale 295 12 1612D, Creech 295 13 1613D, Fields 295 14 1614D, Helton 295 15 1615D, Wigington 295 16 1616D, Ison 295 17 1617D, Guinn (Occupational disease) 295 18 1618D, Sturgill 295 19 1619D, Caudill (Occupational disease) 295 20 1971 March-June 1620D, Holt (Occupational disease) 296 1 1621D, Creech (Occupational disease) 296 2 1622D, Hudack 296 3 1623D, Blalock (Occupational disease) 296 4 1624D, King (Occupational disease) 296 5 1625D, Green 296 6 1626D, Tippett 296 7 1627D, Ellison (Occupational disease) 296 8 1628D, McArthur (Occupational disease) 296 9 1629D, Williams 296 10 1630D, Henson (Occupational disease) 296 11 1631D, Franks (Occupational disease) 296 12 1632D, Rice, Part A (Occupational disease) 296 13 1632D, Rice, Part B (Occupational disease) 296 14 1632D, Rice, Part C (Occupational disease) 296 15 1633D, Helton (Occupational disease) 296 16 1968-1971 1634D, Williams (Occupational disease) 297 1 1635D, Gaffney (Occupational disease, African-American) 297 2 1636D, Hensley (Occupational disease) 297 3 1637D, Smith (Occupational disease) 297 4 1638D, Rasnick (Occupational disease) 297 5 1639D, Burke (Occupational disease) 297 6 1640D, Pace (Occupational disease) 297 7 1641D, Howard (Occupational disease) 297 8 1642D, Trent 297 9 1643D, Robinette (Occupational disease) 297 10 1644D, Stokes 297 11 1645D, Rogers 297 12 1646D, Ketron (Occupational disease) 297 13 1647D, Prewitt (Occupational disease) 297 14 1970-1972 1648D, Harrell (Occupational disease) 298 1 1649D, Penny 298 2 1650D, Hays 298 3 1651D, Frazier (Occupational disease) 298 4 1652D, Simpson (Occupational disease) 298 5 1653D, Charles 298 6 1654D, Bullock (Occupational disease) 298 7 1655D, Barr (Occupational disease) 298 8 1656D, Begley (Occupational disease) 298 9 1657D, Lewis 298 10 1658D, Johnson (Occupational disease) 298 11 1659D, Pippin, Part A (Occupational disease) 298 12 1659D, Pippin, Part B (Occupational disease) 298 13 1972-1973 1660D, Kaylor 299 1 1661D, Jackson 299 2 1662D, Daugherty (Occupational disease) 299 3 1663D, Turner (Occupational disease) 299 4 1664D, Rodgers 299 5 1665D, Kelly (Occupational disease) 299 6 1666D, Knoll 299 7 1667D, Barr 299 8 1668D, Goode (Occupational disease) 299 9 1669D, Cole (Occupational disease) 299 10 1671D, Lewis 299 11 1672D, Childers 299 12 1673, Wilder (Occupational disease) 299 13 1674D, Miller 299 14 1675D, Carroll (Fatality; Occupational disease) 299 15 1676D, Callihan 299 16 1972-1974 1680D, Penny (Occupational disease, African-American) 300 1 1682D, Smith 300 2 1684D, Adams 300 3 1686D, Hall 300 4 1691D, Howard 300 5 1692D, Estep 300 6 1693D, Ison (Occupational disease) 300 7 1695D, Grey 300 8 1696D, Turnboe 300 9 1698D, Kelly 300 10 1699D, Cantrell 300 11 1704D, Early 300 12 1705D, Ward 300 13 1706D, Fields 300 14 1709D, Whiteaker 300 15 1711D, Polson 300 16 1712D, Yeary 300 17 1713D, Stephens 300 18 1714D, Cornett 300 19 1715D, Brown 300 20 1718D, Hall 300 21 1963-1976 1719D, Cook 301 1 1720D, Rogers 301 2 1722D, White 301 3 1723D, Estep 301 4 1724D, Eldridge 301 5 1725D, Standifer 301 6 1728D, Kelly 301 7 1730D, Bradley 301 8 1731D, Roark 301 9 1741D, Huff (Occupational disease) 301 10 1770D, Rogers (Fatality; Occupational disease) 301 11 1771D, Brown (Occupational disease) 301 12 1773D, Cannon (Occupational disease. Widow, legal case) 301 13 1784D, Miller 301 14 1790D, Saylor (Fatality; Occupational disease) 301 15 Accidents and Safety (Restricted) Scope and Contents note Materials have been categorized by type of material and arranged in alphabetical order; chronologically thereunder. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in the following series and subseries are restricted through the year 2050 as follows: -Accidents and Safety series (boxes 149-160) The identification of any names of employees or their family members or their place of residence in any manner is prohibited. Also, these materials may not be photocopied, microfilmed, or reproduced in any way. Researchers must complete a manuscript restrictions form before access will be granted. Accident Register (Restricted) 1951-1956 Scope and Contents note Includes lists of persons injured and dates when the injury occurred. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 149 1 1951 149 2 1952 149 3 1953 149 4 1954 149 5 1955 149 6 1956 Blank Forms 149 7 Accident Reports (Restricted) 1911-1962 and undated Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. Scope and Contents note Accident reports come in various forms and date from 1911-1962. Arranged chronologically, reports provide weekly, monthly, year to date, and year-end statistics regarding accidents and injuries at Benham. Although forms change over the years, overall information which can be found in the reports include comparative statistics (comparing one year's losses to other years'); monthly disbursements; number of employees and claims paid; average number of days lost per claim; statement of disbursements by works; average cost per employee; personal injuries suffered; hours lost; and Safety Competition reports. Some reports contain a breakdown of the severity of injuries by department, section, and crew; causes of injuries (including outside accidents); occupations of injured persons and where accidents occurred; accident record broken down by section and face boss; lost-time accidents / no lost-time accidents; and reports from the Mine Foreman's Meetings. 149 8 1911 149 9 1912 149 10 1913 149 11 1914 149 12 1915 149 13 1916 149 14 1918 149 15 1919 149 16 1920 149 17 1921 149 18 1922 149 19 1923 149 20 1924 150 1 1925 150 2 1926 150 3 1927 150 4 1928 150 5 1929 150 6 1930 150 7 1931 150 8 1932 151 1 1933 151 2 1934 151 3 1935 151 4 1936 January-June 151 5 1936 July-December 151 6 1937 January-June 151 7 1937 July-December 152 1 1938 152 2 1939 152 3 1940 152 4 1946 152 5 1947 152 6 1948 152 7 1949 152 8 1950 152 9 1951 152 10 1952 153 1 1953 153 2 1954 153 3 1955 153 4 1956 153 5 1957 153 6 1958 153 7 1959 153 8 1960 153 9 1961 153 10 1962 153 11 undated Accident Reports, No Lost Time (Restricted) Scope and Contents note These files focus on individual accidents and include information such as employee's names, 'extent of injury,' date and location of accident, as well as billing and correspondence from doctors and dentists who treated the employee. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 153 12 1937 153 13 1952-1957 Accidents and Their Prevention (Restricted) 1952-1957 Scope and Contents note "Accidents and Their Prevention" was an accident report circular, published by International Harvester's Safety Section, Education and Personnel Department. Includes descriptions of plant accidents and measures taken to prevent them from recurring. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 154 1 1952-1953 154 2 1954-1955 154 3 1956-1957 Ambulance Services (Restricted) Scope and Contents note Included are forms stating ambulance services rendered, correspondence, and billing for industrial accidents. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 154 4 1950-1951 Case files (Restricted) Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. Scope and Contents note Case files about 'accidents' resulting in the death of employees Accident #227-C 154 5 undated Scope and Contents note This folder contains information on the distribution of the inheritance of an African-American employee after his death in a mining accident. Accidents #312, #313 154 6 undated Scope and Contents note This folder contains information on the murder of two Benham employees by another employee. The murderer was intoxicated and attacked and killed a police officer that attempted to arrest him and later a butcher acting as a deputy attempting to arrest him. Compensation Paid (Restricted) 1951-1957 Scope and Contents note Includes compensation voucher numbers stating compensation paid out and memorandums to Workmen's Compensation Board. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 154 7 1940 154 8 1944-1945 154 9 1946-1947 154 10 1947-1948 154 11 1948-1949 154 12 1951 154 13 1952 155 1 1953 155 2 1954 155 3 1955 155 4 1956 155 5 1957 Compensation Rules and Regulations (Restricted) 1944-1956 and undated Scope and Contents note Includes legal documents concerning injured miners; accident claims filed and reviewed; report on the handling of accident claims; recommendations on storage of compensation claims; and various workmen's compensation laws, rules, and regulations. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 155 6 1944-1950 155 7 1952-1956, undated Correspondence and Related Materials (Restricted) 1910-1915, 1920-1923, 1927, 1930-1932 Scope and Contents note "Most correspondence is from the Industrial Accident Department (IAD) of IHC. Much of the papers concern administrative business, including forms for reporting accidents with instructions on how to fill them out; reminders to send in accident reports in a timely manner; and policies concerning the reporting and handling of accidents/injuries. Also included are requests for information regarding specific accidents; discussion of the number and frequency of accidents at Benham; reports of specific accidents and injuries with suggestions for preventing their recurrence; safety bulletins; and updates on the Safety Contest. A significant amount of correspondence concerns compensation, including discussion and investigation of specific cases; promptness of compensation payments; whether or not the company is liable for injuries; and how to calculate the severity of injuries. [Papers dealing with specific cases have been kept together and filed chronologically according to the earliest dated materials or date the accident occurred.] " Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 156 1 1910-1911 156 2 1912-1913 156 3 1914-1915 156 4 1920-1921 156 5 1922 156 6 1923-1925 156 7 1927 156 8 1928 156 9 1929 156 10 1930 156 11 1931 157 1 1932 157 2 1933 157 3 1934 157 4 1935-1937 157 5 1938-1940 157 6 1941 157 7 1943 157 8 1944-1945 157 9 1946 157 10 1947 157 11 1948-1949 157 12 1950-1952 157 13 1953-1957 157 14 undated Plant Inspection Committee Reports (Restricted) Scope and Contents note Include inspection reports for both inside and outside of the mines. ["Outside" includes inspection of the general condition of the town, buildings, garbage dump, etc.] Conditions Governing Access note All boxes Restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 158 7 1936 158 8 1937 158 9 1938 158 10 1939 159 1 1940 First Aid Training (Restricted) 1926-1940 and undated Scope and Contents note Letters concern first aid classes; First Aid Contest (rules, standings); supplies for first aid kits; and cost of training. Related materials include receipts for items purchased for classes, daily time reports for first aid instructors, and travel expense statements. Class rolls include lists of persons who completed training and lists of instructors. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. Correspondence and Related Materials 157 15 1927-1929 157 16 1930-1932 158 1 1933-1935 158 2 1936-1939, undated Class Lists 158 3 1926-1930 158 4 1931-1940 158 5 undated Occupational Diseases (Restricted) Scope and Contents note Includes lists of miners who have silicosis or other lung/breathing disabilities with prescriptions on whether they should continue to work or not; list of work related diseases contracted; and letters/memos regarding disease/medical x-rays [doctor's findings?] Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 158 6 1950-1957 [restricted?] Receipt on Account of Partial Compensation (Restricted) 1956-1959 Scope and Contents note Includes date of accident; duration of compensation; amount paid, paid to date, or remainder due; and name of injured employee Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 159 2 1956 January-July 159 3 1956 August-December 159 4 1957 January-June 159 5 1957 July-December 159 6 1958 January-April 159 7 1958 May-December 159 8 1959 January-May Safety Rule Books 160 4 1928 May 1 160 5 1936 March 30 Scope and Contents note [Employee copies] 160 6 1936 March 30 160 7 1940 March 12 160 8 undated Safety Rules (Restricted) Scope and Contents note Correspondence concerns the printing of safety rule books, including proposed revisions to the content and physical appearance of the books. Conditions Governing Access note Medical records in all boxes are restricted. Researchers must sign a release form before use. 160 1 1914, 1928 160 2 1935-1936 160 3 1923 October 1 Scope and Contents note [Employee copies] Photographs Scope and Contents note These photographs were removed from the Benham Coal records. The photographs have been arranged in the same schematic as the collection as a whole. Office Files Coal Shipping Coal car 302 1 2-3 1937 New Ideas Hobarts A. Jarvis, Idea no. 85 regarding ventilation and brattices 302 1 4-3 Walter W. Carroll, Idea no. 108, Exhibit A 302 1 5 Walter W. Carroll, Idea no. 108, Exhibit B 302 1 6 One man handing another man (possibly) an award 302 1 7 1955 August Schools Portrait of Eleanor Rankin with letter of inquiry about teaching position in Benham 302 1 8 Employee Benefits Association Case Files Death certificate of William Thurman B-961; see file in Box 41, Folder 15 302 2 9 Accident and Safety Reports Safety notices posted in 15 languages; see corresponding letter dated January 28, 1913 from William B. Fiske, M.D. in Box 156, Folder 2 302 3 10 Winning Team First Aid Contest, Harlan, KY, 9-20-19' pictured: H.O. Hall, captain; M. Sullivan; N.B. Stubblefield; A.J. Strouth; J.Y. Brown; C.B. Aldridge 302 3 11 Case Files Accident 828, 829; #1 Looking West; substantially the scene of Delania Laxton accident 302 3 12 1916 April 15 Accident 828, 829, scene of accident; #2 Looking East; substantially the scene of Delania Laxton accident April 15, 1916 302 3 13 1916 April 15 Accident 828, 829, scene of accident; #3 Looking South; substantially the scene of Delania Laxton accident April 15, 1916 302 3 14 1916 April 15 Accident 293, Hobert York; View #2 scene of accident; the photograph is labeled incorrectly as Accident 294 302 3 15 1919 February 6 Duplicate of image 15 without notation 302 3 16 1919 February 6 Accident 298, Burrell Rhines, View #1 scene of accident 302 3 17 1919 March 3 Accident 298, Burrell Rhines; March 3, 1919, "View #2" scene of accident 302 3 18 1919 March 3 Accident 303, Alex Dodson; scene of accident 302 3 19-20 1919 March 11 Accident 305, S.W. Ayers; scene of accident 302 3 21 1919 March 14 Accident 332, T.C. Roark; scene of accident; At No. 2 Plant. No. 1 Opening. Main Ent. 302 3 22 1919 April 17 Accident 353, Vincent Creech; scene of accident; View No. 1"; 1st. R. Face Switch. 302 3 23 1919 June 12 Duplicate of image 23 302 3 24 1919 June 12 Accident 353, Vincent Creech; scene of accident; View No. 2 Where Motor Stopped. 302 3 25 1919 June 12 Accident 404, Norman Ludington; scene of accident 302 3 26 1919 August 27 Duplicate of image 26 302 3 27 1919 August 27 Duplicate of image 26 302 3 28 1919 August 27 Accident 437, Wiley Jones; scene of accident 302 4 29 1919 November 26 Accident 444, J.B. Jones; X-Ray 1 302 4 30 1919 December 5 Accident 444, J.B. Jones; X-Ray 2 302 4 31 1919 December 5 Accident 444, J.B. Jones; X-Ray 3 302 4 32 1919 December 5 Accident 444, J.B. Jones; X-Ray 4 302 4 33 1919 December 5 Accident 455, Manzelina Perez; X-Ray; Lower portion of spine and sacrum Bones Normal. 302 4 34 1919 December 30 Accident 457, Henry Small; X-Ray 1 302 4 35 1920 January 9 Accident 457, Henry Small; X-Ray 2 302 4 36 1920 January 9 Accident 457, Henry Small; X-Ray 3 302 4 37 1920 January 9 Accident 457, Henry Small; X-Ray 4 302 4 38 1920 January 9 Accident 464, Kenith Hutson; scene of accident 302 4 39 1920 January 28 Accident 509, Vinci Brabec; X-Ray 1 302 4 40 1920 June 8 Accident 509, Vinci Brabec; X-Ray 2 302 4 41 1920 June 8 Accident 509, Vinci Brabec; X-Ray 3 302 4 42 1920 June 8 Accident 77A, C.W. Mullins; valve involved in accident 302 4 43 1923 July 11 Duplicate of image 43 302 4 44 1923 July 11 Duplicate of image 43 302 4 45 1923 July 11 Accident 112C, Roosevelt Nix; X-Ray 302 4 46 1926 February 16 Accident 161C, Lorenzo Taylor; X-Ray; latest film made September 20, 1927 302 4 47 1927 January 5 Accident 230C, Samuel Cope; X-Ray 302 5 48 1928 January 26 Accident 282C, Frank Poore; X-Ray; SPINE 302 5 49 1929 April 26 Larger duplicate of image 49 302 5 50 1929 April 26 Accident 315C, John L. Hornsby; 11-8-1929; Fracture of Second Metatarsal. [Signed note by Dr. T.R. Beggs attached; November 11, 1929] 302 5 51 1929 November 7 Accident 275D, Vergil Miller; X-Ray; L. Thumb; 5.7.43 302 5 52 1943 April 12 Accident 524D, Henry Belcher; Photo 1 302 5 53 1945 March 13 Accident 524D, Henry Belcher; Photo 2; Treemont, Ky 302 5 54 1945 March 13 Duplicate of image 54 without notation 302 5 55 1945 March 13 Accident 524D, Henry Belcher; Photo 3; 9; 12 302 5 56 1945 March 13 Duplicate of image 56 without notation 302 5 57 1945 March 13 Accident 524D, Henry Belcher; Photo 4; Treemont, Ky 302 5 58 1945 March 13 Duplicate of image 58 without notation 302 5 59 1945 March 13 Duplicate of image 59 302 5 60 1945 March 13 Negative for images 58-60 302 5 61 1945 March 13 Accident 596D, Willie Williams; scene of accident 302 6 62 1945 December 14 Accident 679D, Ellis Banks; X-Ray 1; L. mid finger; 18,464; 9-19-47 302 6 63 1947 May 27 Accident 679D, Ellis Banks; X-Ray 2; RT. Mid finger; 18,464; 9-19-47 302 6 64 1947 May 27 Accident 798D, Trolan Henson; X-Ray; L. and R. Thumbs; 10, 613; 12-27-49 302 6 65 1949 September 2 Miscellaneous 3-17-19; Middle Man; 2nd L off 4 R. Face E.; #1 Mine; W.S. Co. Inc 302 7 66 undated