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, . Dear Mr. Dupree: . VV J ‘ - A __ . V
i_~ A A As far back as July 14, 1933, Judge Frank E. Wood, President of ..,_ A A _
Carrs Fork, wrote the officials of the company, and we herewith o V
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A J "It is not the financial less to the Carrs Fork A A
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_ hope that my affection and respect for all my fellow . _ V
men will.never permit me to consider an accident as_ , o I
J e a money proposition. -The money which we are required V I A »
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’ manis life to his wife and children and others depend- “
ing upon him for support. Anything that you may be
able to do to lessen avoidable accidents will be appree A A —
V V ciated by me. Needless to say, many an accident can be ‘
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A . Feeling a deep concern for the personal safety of the men working c VA
in and about our mines, this thought was again manifested in a V ‘
_ . recent letter you received from Judge Wood. V A j -
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” cripple for life and thereby subject your family to grief and want. , ‘
A ` I happened to be at the mine when John Taylor was killed under a _A
slate fall, and I felt the sadness that overcame everybody who knew
’ him. I talked to his fellow workers and the foremen at the mine. I V
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