Pittsburg County

 

05 Coal Souvenir

An illustrated Souvenir

The Dusky Diamond fields
Tributary to

Hartshorne, Haileyville, Gowen, Dow and Graig

Mes. E. F. Hollibauch -- 1904
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Cover Page
   
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The Choctaw Nation - A Country of Unusal Activity
   
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Hartshorne and Haileyville
   
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Forest of Timber; fine Building Stone; The indianola Ice, Light and power Company. -- Pure distilled Water Ice, and Electric Lights. -- Hartshorne and Haleyville
   
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A Brief Sketch of hartshorne and the Prospective Brightness of her Future - a view of Hartshorne Graded School and Kinderguarden Buildings
   
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The First Slope at Hartshorne. From this source the thriving city of to-day owes its orgin
   
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"Belle Starr" Mountain where the notorius French Bandit is said to ahve used a cave foa a hendevous. -- Commerical Club -- Churches -- Lodges -- City officals -- The Coal fields -- Shafts and...
   
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Another view of "Belle Starr" Mountain -- Town Lots Being Appraised
   
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Poor Picture of school? -- possibly Jones Academy
   
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Jones Academy; Dwight, Indian Territory -- Mayor William J. Hulsey
   
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Mayor William J. Hulsey
   
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nameeoke Cottage, Residence of J. M. Fjnnel -- White - Something about one of Hartshorne's Best firms
   
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The Savage Drug Co -- Phenomenally Successful Business Firm
   
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W. H. Killing -- Postmaster at Gowen and Proporietor of Killin Kandy Kitchen, hartshorne
   
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J. J. Ward, A competent Pharmachist -- Chas. P. Abbot, Superintendent of Hartshorne Schools
   
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J. H. merrill, of Coleman & Merrill, dealers in Dry goods, Grocheries, Shoes, flour, Meal and Bran -- The C. P, Anderson Drug Company, One of Hartshorne's prosperous Firms
   
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Rear End of the hartshorne Critic, a Modern Print Shop -- The Grady Traiding Company, Their Big Store in Harshorne
   
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C. C. Savage, M. D., Hartshorne was Young whne Dr. Savage Came to the Territory
   
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Berry & Company, One of the Most Prosperous Firms in hartshorne or Gaines County -- James R. Berry -- Will Anderson
   
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Ready for the "Round-Up" on the ranch of Will Anderson, Near Hartshorne
   
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Scene Looking Westward, Pennsylyana Avenue, Harshorne -- T. W. Hunter, Editor of the Harshorne Sun
   
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Wolfman and Epstein, Proprietors of that Emporium of Trade, The New York Store
   
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The First national Bank of Hartshorne, an institution Built on a Solit Foundation -- C. P. anderson C. R. Birnbaum -- Prior is the Placing of their Elogant Fixtures
   
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Interiof of the First national Bank of Hartshorne -- James Brazell, An Enterprising Citizen has done much for the Upbuilding of Hartshorne
   
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hansom Brick Building Recently Erected by Brazell & Grady, Showing First nationla Bank and Grady Hardware Co.
   
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White & Linthicum, Contractora and Builders
   
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Father F. J. Schaaf, and the Church of the Holy Rosary
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Jim Kurilko -- From: Carol Young -Remember when... Hartshorne/Haileyville OK edition
Holy Rosary Church
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The Priest Hansom Cottage home -- The Mercy Convent
   
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The parpchia School Building, harshorne -- Gordon S. Seal, A Successful Attorney
   
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Mitchell & McAuley, A Representative hartshorne Firm -- ...Where the Postoffice is Located. Also the General Merchandis Store of Mitchell & McAuley
   
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A View of Mercy Convent, Which is Now in Course of Erection
   
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Campbell & Priddy, Proprietors of the hartshorne Bottling Works -- Interior view of the Campbell & Priddy Botteling Works -- Thomas Hyde, The General Proprietor of Place Meat Market
   
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A. L. Autrey, agent for the Singer Sewing Machine -- john Robertso, A man Who has attained Success under Adverse Circumstances
   
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E. L. Reed, Proprietor of a Popular Mercnntile House -- Interior view of E. L. Reed's Grochery Store
   
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W. J. Witt, Carpenter and Joiner ---- D. M. Barclay, Scrip and Powder Clerk, In the Office of the Rock Island Coal Company
   
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James W. Slaughter, payroll Clerk for the Rock Island coal Co. -- Angelo Duca, a Sucessful business Man
   
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The store of Angelo Duca - tinware, graniteware, glassware, shoes, miners' supplies -- Rufus K. Walker, Agent for the Singer Sewing Machine
   
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Hartshorne hardware and Lumber company, One of the City's Most Enterprising firms -- D. B. Mikesell, Storekeeper for teh Rock Island Coal co. -- P. H. Smith, The faithful cahsier in the office of the Rock island Coal Co.
   
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Benjamin Ganner, Hoisting Engineer, Now Employed as a machinist at No. 1 Shaft (Abandoned) -- John Hess, Prominent Among the Mechanics
   
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William Cook, Head Car Builder for Rock Island Coal Co. -- Albert Rader, Machineist and Electrician
   
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P. H. Smith, The Faithful Cashier in the Office of the Rock Island Coal Company -- I. F. Wieneke, Of the Rock Island Coal Company's Shops -- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wieneke and son
   
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B. T. Hill, blacksmith in the Machine Shop of the rock island coal company - Ed. Richardson, An Industrious Fireman
   
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J. G. Enloe, The engineer at No.8 -- C. M. Doss, A Fireman at No. 8 -- Ed. Brazell, Assistant Mine Foreman at No. 8
   
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M. L. Daugherty, An Efficient Foreman at No.8, Who will soon locate at hartford, Arkansas, Where he has Obtained a more lucrative position -- O. T. mathews, Weight foreman at No. 8
   
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H. J. Potter, top Foreman at No. 8 -- W. C. Sharp, engineer at Shafr No.8
   
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W. L. masters, Stable Boss at Mine No. 8 -- J. L. Fane, fire Boss at Shaft No.8
   
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S. B. Enloe, engineer at slope No. 6, shaft No. 8 -- J. A. Lambert, engineer at slope No. 26
   
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P. J. smith, foreman at Shaft No. 7 -- J. H. parker, engineer at shaft No. 7
   
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A. M. Rosenburm, electrician and machinest at No 1 Abondoned Shaft -- william Nelson, master mechanic Rock island Co company's office
   
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The city meat Market, J. C. Wilcos proprietor
   
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The Grand Leader, One of Hartshorne's most successful establishments -- W. J. Sibley, Weigman at Slope No. 18
   
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The Grand Leader after the big fire in Hartshorne in 1901 - showing the runs after the fire
   
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Interior view of the grand Leader Dry goods Department - John A. Garcia, The Rock island Coal company chief engineer -- Owen McHugh, bottom Foreman of sloper No18
   
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An exact reproduction of the Eclipse Restrant, a aplondilly equipted Cafe wher all the delicacies of the season are served. Mrs. J. A. Dingle, pripotress -- Interior of M. H. Pace's hardware establishimen, one of hartshorne's best business houses -- J. H White, J. M Finnell
   
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W. J. Sibley, Weighman at slope No 18 -- J. C. Conrad, Blacksmith at slope No. 18 harshorne -- R. d. ketron, assistant bolliermaker at the Rock Island Coal company Shop
   
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Sawyer & Nimrod, dealers in groceries, cigars, Tobacco -- R. A. Sawyer
   
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Haileyville and her Environments, A World of Wealth in the "Dusky Diamond" fields, of which this Thriving town ia a Center -- The Haily-Ola Shaft
   
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haileyville Slope - hauling Coal over the Tramway -- Churches and Schools
   
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boating on the lake near haileyville -- The C. O. & G Dam at the West End
   
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...O & G Engine house at the Lake --- Senic view Near the lake -- C. f. Moulton, The enterprising manager of the Halley-Ola mining Company's Store
   
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A view of the jileyville Public School Building -- haileyville in 1878 First plac eof business, hailey coal & mining Company -- powder magaxine, 1898, hailey-Ola Coal & Mining co.
   
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W. C. Farmet, proprietor of the Well patronized Grocery Store == hailey-Ola Coal Comapny's Store
   
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J. R. williams, An Influential Citizen and Rellable Druggist -- interior view of J. R. Williams' well appointer Drug Store -- Wiliam H. Doyle, A Deservedly popular Young man
   
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The Carley Hotel -- T. E. Carley
   
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The Carley Residence -- mayer & jrvis, On eof the most modern stores in the territory
   
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One of hileybille's Best Stores - Mayer 7 Jarvis -- Hindman Brothers, a wide-awake mercantile house -- exterior view of hindman brother's store
   
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Reed & roy, a first Class meat market -- B. C. Cox, a well known citizen of haileyville
   
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The pretty cottage home of B. C. Cox -- S. H. Jamieson, One of halleybille's popular young Men
   
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Phillips Brothers, The Malleyville liverymen, boarding, feed and sale stable -- On of the hansome turn-outs from the Phillips Brothers' livery Stable -- J. G. Stickey, Teh grocer
   
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J. L. Riggs, Proprieter of the Commercial Hotel -- Interior view of J. G. Stuckey's Grochery Store -- commerical hotel, J. L. Riggs, proprietor
   
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John B. Riley
   
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E. R. Jolly, and energetic Real Estate and insurance Man -- joseph A. Wax, One of halleyville's popular Young men
   
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C. B. Carletti, Dealers in Grocheries, hardware and feed -- The grocery Store of C. B. Carlett - T. J. hayden, engineer of Slope No. 1
   
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Ed Cowan, engineer at Mine no. 1 -- Ed Cowan and the Engine Room at Mine No. 1 -- Professor N. S, Cowart, Principal of the hlleyville High School
   
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The Tontz Residance - frank clonser, and enterprising salesman in employ of hindman brothers
   
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The indianola ide, light and power company's plant - Hartshorne and Haileyville
   
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Bon Ami hotel, kernell & son, Proprietors, -- W. D. Calvin, Chief Engineer at Sloper No. 3 -- Lee Hubbard Mine Foreman at Sloper No. 3
   
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M. K. McCowbrey, Mine Foreman at shaft No 1 and Slope No. 3 -- A. Whetsel, master mechanic at Mine No.1
   
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J. W. Holly, a successful and prominent Business man -- R. J. Evans, The popular confectioner of halleyville
   
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Gowen, and Important Mining Camp -- The Grady Trading Co -- Shaft No.3 Gowen, Indian territory
   
 
 
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Jim Kurilko -- From: Carol Young -Remember when... Hartshorne/Haileyville OK edition
Downtown Gowen. The Butterfield Stage on tour. Not sure of the year but from the cars, it appears to be mid 50s.
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The Miniature Engine that Pulls the Coal from the Slopes -- bradford & Cleckler, the up-to-date druggist of Gowen
   
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Interior view of Bradford & Checkeler's Drug Store -- F. M. Crabtree, Dealer in Grocheries, Confectionary, tobacco -- G. W. Ward, One of the most worthy and philanthropic Citizens of the hartshorne Distric
   
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J. H. Mahan, The Genial Priprietor of the Pioneer Liverty barn at Gowen
   
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The livery Barn of J. H. malan -- james O. smith, propietor of the city hotel at gowen
   
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The City Hotel, gowen -- Pulver & Orendorff, proprietors City Meat market -- Jesse Johnston, A Valuable Employee of the Baker-Reidt merchantile Company
   
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Bert Grigsby, Pay Roll Clerk for teh Rock Isalan coal company at Giwen Since july. 1903 -- A. D. Cantrell, One of the most rellable clerks in the baker-reidt company store at Gowen
   
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William Godart, gas man at no. 3 Gowen -- Cottage home of William Godart, Indian territory -- R. G. Slaughter, The general clerk in the office of the Rock Island Coal Co. at Gowen
   
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W. P. katigan, master mechanic and top foreman at Gowen Shaft No 3 -- J. w. Orendorff, weighman at Shaft No. 3 Gowen
   
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Frank Torcaso, one of the most trustworthy miners in the harshorne distric -- T. C. Boone, Mine Carpenter at Gowen, Shaft No 3
   
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Engine Room, Shaft no.3, gowen -- A. W. lawrence, engineer at shaft No3
   
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W. P. Gentry, engineer, slope No 12, gowen -- A. W. keller, head driver and assistant foreman at Gowen, Shaft No.2
   
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J. C. gibson, Mine blacksmith at no.3, and one of Gowen's rellable Citizens -- T. E. Row, Am industrious blacksmith at Shaft No. 3 Gowen
   
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T. G. Gorham, A tipper at Shaft No3 Gowen -- dow, a live and prosperous mining camp -- Lake toboxie, shich Furnishes the Water Supply to the mines of Dow
   
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Shaft No. 2 dow, indian territory
   
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Shaft No1 dow, indian territory, the miners as they come from work
   
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The Milby-dow Company Store at Dow -- alexander W. Breckenridge, the popular superintendent of the mines at Dow - Sinking No.2 shaft at Dow, indian Territory
   
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Crossing Brush Below the Bridge
   
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A. W. Breckenridge -- The Handsom cottage of A. W. Breckenridge
   
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The swinging Bridge at the Brushy Creek Ford, near Dow -- Dow Drug Company, R. Lee Drummond manager
   
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The old wagon bridge across brush creek, one of the first bridges constructed in thsi part of the Territory. Now Removed -- John Kirkpatrick
   
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D. R. Robertson, Liverty, Feed and sale Stable -- Robert G. Baker, Check Weighman at the Milby & Dow Shaft
   
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Joseph Stanley Riley, mine foreman of shaft No2 -- slope No. 2 J. S. riley, foreman
   
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S. A. Coyle, Proprietor of the S. A. Coyle Grochery comapny -- W. P. Whitlock, To foreman at mine No. 3 -- Joe S. Yates, engineer at mine No. 2 Dow
   
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Joe S. Yates, --- T. S. Hale, A trusty Engineer at Shaft No.2
   
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A Picturesque scene on Brushy, just above the Swing Bridge -- E. Herman, the baker of Dow
   
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Craig, a lively little mining town -- The bolen-Darnell mine at Craig -- W. R. Belt, Somethinabout W. r. Belt, the General manager of bolen-Darnell coal company's store
   
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W. R. Belt -- View showing the gangway of the bolen-Darnall
   
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W. I. Philliphs, M. D., the only resident physcian at Craig -- W. K. Leyden, mine foreman of slope No. 1 Craig
   
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W. K. Leyden 00 W. J. Lewis, Fireman at eh Bolen-Darnell mine
   
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H. L. Coleman, A man of Landed Estates -- H. L. Coleman and family taking an outing -- The Craig hotel
   
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The Craig Hotel -- W. A. Carmack, head engineer at Slope No1
   
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C. B. allen, a faithful employee of the Bolen-Darnall coal company -- William L. anderson, check weighman at the Bolen-Darnell mine
   
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