xt7tx921cv3c_46 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7tx921cv3c/data/mets.xml https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7tx921cv3c/data/87m1.dao.xml unknown 19371954 0.63 Cubic feet 2 boxes The Sherrill Martin papers (1937-1954, undated; .63 cubic feet, 2 boxes) primarily comprise Carrs Fork Coal Company newsletters (1940-1945) containing line-drawing illustrations by Martin accompanying articles and letter-format lectures on mine safety by general superintent P.A. Grady. archival material English University of Kentucky This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. Sherrill Martin papers Coal mines and mining--Kentucky--Perry County Illustrators. Mine safety -- Illustrations. Newsletters World War, 1939-1945--Economic aspects World War, 1939-1945--Social aspects--United States To Our Employees Wages and Compensation text To Our Employees Wages and Compensation 2014 1940 1940 Mar. 15 section false xt7tx921cv3c_46 xt7tx921cv3c _ Allock,{Kentucky _ _
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TO OUR EMPLOYEES: R Wages and \\\
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Taxes and Insurance- v %?2¢
Supplies and Power l
This circle divided into parts shows what became of every dollar income,
from all sources, received by this company during the year 1939. This
drawing shows clearly the large percentage of the company's income that
v is paid to our employees, as well as the very small amount that is left
for the up-keep of the property and return to stockholders.
It, therefore, follows that if this company is to continue to furnish a
livelihood for its employees, there must be increased earnings in order
to provide the money for the up—keep of the property, as the returns in
l959 will not provide funds enough for even the most meager maintenance,
_ to say nothing of some return to the stockholders.
By maintaining the present basis of wages, then the increased earning
can only be derived by savings out of -
lst — - Your full co—operation for a continued good safety record.
2nd - — The prevention of waste of supplies,
5rd — — By the careful operation of all equipment entrusted to your care. R
4th — — By the careful protection and up-keep of the houses.
5th — — By your continuous effort to put forth the best day*s work
possible at all times and under all conditions.
6th — — To load only clean coal and your constant effort to reduce the
amount of slack.
7th — - By a liberal patronage of the company's store, for after all, you
are really buying from yourselves, since the store is as much a
part of the property as the mines.
Very earnestly yours,
CARRS FORK COAL COMPANY ING.
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