xt7qnk361p0s_915 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7qnk361p0s/data/mets.xml https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7qnk361p0s/data/88m6.dao.xml Inland Steel Company 185 Cubic Feet archival material 88m6 English University of Kentucky Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky  Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Wheelwright Collection Coal miners -- Housing -- Kentucky. Coal mines and mining -- Appalachian Region -- History. Company towns -- Kentucky -- Wheelwright. Community development -- Kentucky -- Wheelwright. Coal mines and mining -- Kentucky -- Wheelwright Houses 135-204 text Houses 135-204 2016 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7qnk361p0s/data/88m6/Box_311/Folder_25/ww_311_25_1099.pdf section false xt7qnk361p0s_915 xt7qnk361p0s Gordon Brown August 4, 1969
Frank M. Arnall House 175 — G-2u

House 256

John Young called at u P.M. and stated that on the list

furnished him a few days ago, House No. 375 is rented — Garage

61/62 is rented, and House 396 was rented today.

All others on your list are unoccupied.

John has an expression of interest on House 175 which has

been unoccupied for a number of years, and is in an area which

we would like to see populated. In view of the condition of

the house, he thought we could not get much more than the SBA,

which is $3375. I authorized him to offer the house at $3600,

or $4000 with Garage G-eh (G-24 comprises #91/92).

He also has an inquiry on House 256, which is in Hall Hollow

near the water tank, and has also been unoccupied a number

of years. John said he inspected that house a few days ago

when he was working on the water tank, and its condition is

"decrepit." He felt that anything over $2500 for that

property would be completely unreasonable, and that it would

be worthless if not sold soon. I approved $2500 for that

property. It is on a rock cliff, and while the lot appears

large, most of the land is unusable.

You see what it costs you to leave the office!