1 photograph. Black and White photograph reproduction printed on white paper of the aftermath of the December 6, 1907 Monongah, West Virginia mine explosion that was known as the worst mine explosion in U.S. history. This photo is one of three images printed on the page. The other images are entitled, " Scene after the explosion Monongah W. Va. No. 15 Dec. 8-07" and "No. 8 Rescue Party Clearing away a Cave."
Kansas--Girard; West Virginia--Monongah
Pittsburg State University, Kansas, Axe Library, Special Collections
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