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Forty cents a ton : Hazard County documentary / produced by H. Sinclair.

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Program Title:
Forty cents a ton : Hazard County documentary / produced by H. Sinclair.
PRA Archive #: 
BB3261
Description: 

Documentary of mining practices in Hazard County, Kentucky. Interviews with residents of Hazard who discuss the coal miners' union, the harassment union miners faced from large mining companies, and the unofficial strikes that are being organized in Hazard County. Includes interviews with strike leaders Berman Gibson, Preacher Smith, Graham Noble, retired miner Harley Caldwell, and Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Noble; Mrs. W.P. Nolan and Louise Hatmaker of the Hazard Herald; C.E. Bean, president, District 30 of the United Mine Workers of America; Reverend Aikley[sp?] and Reverend Carroll of St. Mark's Episcopal Church and Hazard Christian Church, respectively; Drs. Creeley and Potter of the Harlan Miners' Memorial Hospital; Ed Johnson, a non-union mine owner; Brian Whitfield III, a union mine-owner; Floyd McDowell, president of the Harlan County Coal Operators Association; and Lee Cretchfield, president of the Hazard Chamber of Commerce. Features a song by Pete Seeger and Phil Ochs, "Mining Is a Hazard".

Date Recorded on: 
1963-03-26
Date Broadcast on: 
1963-04-06
Item duration: 
00:59:59
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1963.
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