One Hundred and Thirty Cues to Coal Mining Profits
- Benham Coal Mines. (Benham, Ky.).
- 151.0 Cubic feet 302 Boxes 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.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
- African American coal miners--Kentucky--Harlan County
- 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
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