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BROUGHT TO YOU BY VIPUL DESAI. Music: Jim Reeves – Streets of Laredo. Coal-mines in the United States 1908 to 1935. The american dream. Hinny drivers in the BROW mine in Virginia – September 1908. Drillings in Virginia – October 1908. 3 young horse and hinny drivers in Virginia – 1908.

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music jim reeves streets of laredo

BROUGHT TO YOU BY VIPUL DESAI

Music: Jim Reeves – Streets of Laredo

Coal-mines in the United States 1908 to 1935

The american dream

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Mine in BARNESVILLE

Virginia – 1908

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Kerfmachine met lader in Virginia – september 1908

Haveuse chargeuse en Virginie – septembre 1908

Cutting machine with loader in Vuirginia – Septembe 1908

Kerbmaschine mit Lader in Virginia – September 1908

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Butterfly knot please

Blacksmith – 1910

Ratcatcher – 1908

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Young pusher

Alabama 1910

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Rescuer with oxygen mask from Dräger (still existing company)

Pennsylvania Pennsylvanie 1910

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Young horse drivers

Virginia – 1911

Young trapper

Virginia – 1911

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Everybody has his messtin. The men with a stick are coal-trolley brakers. Many wear gloves, a surprising safety measure for that time (1911)

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The boys ate sitting straight above the coal conveyor belts. In spite of the spraytubes (visible on the photo), there seems to be quite some dust (visible neat the windows).

Coal sieving Pennsylvania – 1911

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Miscellaneous old photos

from the United States

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1936

Yes the potato sack cloth was already quite the thing!

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Camping car

Tennessee 1936

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Doctor’s call

Oregon 1939

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