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|Shaft Bottom in Coal Mine #2 in Glen Carbon, Illinois||Lights illuminating the shaft bottom in coal mine #2 in Glen Carbon, Illinois||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|Men and women sight seeing inside coal mine #2 in Glen Carbon, Illinois.||Men and women visiting coal miners and getting a tour of the inside of coal mine #2 in Glen Carbon, Illinois.||November 19, 1910||December 8, 2016|
|Men and women inside the Glen Carbon coal mines||Friends and family were allowed to come visit miners inside the mine. This groups of sight seers are inside the mines in Glen Carbon, Illinois.||November 19, 1910||December 8, 2016|
|Pit Mules in the Glen Carbon Coal Mine||This photograph shows pit mules housed inside the Glen Carbon mine. These mules spent most of their days living underground and were used to move carts of coal.||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|Miner working inside the engine room at the coal mine||This photograph shows Joe Mateyka operating the cage inside the engine room in at the coal mine.||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|Two Coal Miners Working in a Glen Carbon Mine||This photograph shows two workers operating a coal cutting machine in a Glen Carbon mine.||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|Coal Miners in front of railroad car filled with coal||This photograph shows coal miners employed by the Madison Coal Company. They are posing in front of an Illinois Central Railroad car filled with coal.
From left to right: Row of men standing: Man #2 standing is Sam Murphy, Man #6 standing is Albert Evans. Row of men kneeling: Man #2 is Chris Schneider and man in the middle with saw is William Werner the mine carpenter.
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|Young men standing outside of coal mine #2 by lumber stacks in Glen Carbon, Illinois.||This photograph shows two men standing outside mine #2 at the Madison Coal Corporation in Glen Carbon. Roof supports are stacked alongside the railroad tracks.||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|Friends and family day at coal mine #2 in Glen Carbon, Illinois||This postcard shows friends and family visiting mine #2 in Glen Carbon.||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|Ground view of the 1918 Liberty Bond Drive for WWI at coal mine #2 in Glen Carbon, Illinois||This photograph shows workers and community members gathering outside of coal mine #2 in Glen Carbon, Illinois for the 1918 Liberty Bond Drive for World War I.||1918||December 8, 2016|