xt7tx921cv3c_47 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 The Miners Working In The 2 North Section Of West Mines text To The Miners Working In The 2 North Section Of West Mines 2014 1942 1942 Mar. 10 section false xt7tx921cv3c_47 xt7tx921cv3c kllock, Kentucky
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Mr. C.’A. Dupree,
Allcck, Kentucky.
TO THE MINERS EORKING IN TEE 2 NORTH SECTION OF {EST MAINS.
9 Your Section Foremdn, John Campbell, wds bddly injured in en
automobile wreck lust Sunday morning. I think you will egree
with me thet he dil everything possible to keep you men from
working under loose slete. Jhenever he found nny of you tsking
chances under sldte thet should ndve been token down, he mode
you twke it before he left your working plece. He did this
beciuse he did not wont you to get killed or injured,
You -i», thut he is not able to trovel your vorking ploces, I em
nfrdid thot some one of you might take n chence, think that you
cen make H cledn—up before toking dorn some bed top, or not set
the number of posts you should to protect yourself while lending,
or neglect some other little thing that you cnn do for your ovn
safety. If you do not toke such chences, you will not be
A injured or killed, If you think you cen tdke chdnces, then we
will hove e few missing men from the men—trips some mcrnin;.
The msn who toker John Cenpb;ll’s pluce will be instructed by
me to look dfter, before unythin; else, tn; sofety of the men in A
your section. The roof you ere vorking UHU3T is too ddngerous
to tuke chdnces with. If he finds n single one of yeu doing
somlthinn dvoinst your oxn snfety, you must expect to be stopped
then und there. If you repent doin; it, then we must stop you
forn working in our mines. iQ expect you to cooperdte with us
when it comes to your snfety ond the hoppiness of your fomily.
Sincerely yours,
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P. A. Grddy‘{;§¢-_ .
Superintendent.
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