Loading blocks of coal by hand and shovel in Harlan County in the late 30s. The miner is standing as erect as is possible, given the “low top.” The timbers not only supported the roof (a bit) but were so the miners could hear them “groan and creak” and have a chance, should the top begin to give way.

Kenvir Miners, Kenvir KY, Harlan County, Memory of a Miner, Carbide Light

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