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Coal miners - Medical care.

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Arthur B. Stewart, President, Davis Coal and Coke Company, Correspondence Regarding Medical Treatment for Coal Miners

Collection Number: A&M 4366
Content Description Photocopies of correspondence of Arthur B. Stewart, President of the Davis Coal and Coke Company of Baltimore, Maryland, regarding medical treatment of coal miners. Formats include correspondence (mainly carbon copies), memoranda, and questionaires. The majority of the correspondence is between Stewart and medical doctors; the most frequent correspondent is Dr. Joseph Miller of Thomas, West Virginia. Subjects include health concerns of miners and laborers and treatment for common ailments,...
Dates: 1934-1940

George S. Goldstein, Health Care Administrator, Records regarding United Mine Workers of America Health and Retirement Funds

Collection Number: A&M 3285

Records of Dr. George S. Goldstein, a health care administrator who worked in the Ohio and Pennsylvania coal fields. Dr. Goldstein's work concerned the Appalachian coalfield medical care system, especially in terms of the role played by the United Mine Workers of America and its health and retirement fund.

Dates: 1950-1992

United Mine Workers of America, Local Union 6046, Archives

Collection Number: A&M 2680
Overview Minutes, correspondence, grievance case files, and union campaign material of union locals in the New River field. The correspondence concerns implementation of national bituminous coal mine contracts, local 6046's members' benefits, safety and working conditions in the Lochgelly mine, and state and federal legislation sought by the UMW. The minutes of Local 6046 meetings summarize all matters discussed and acted on, including reports from the local's mine and safety committees, expenses,...
Dates: ca. 1933-1974