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Photographs taken by the Kansas Department of Economic Development at the Carey Salt Company mine in Hutchinson, Kansas. In one photograph, a man identified as Vernon Horton is seen tamping dynamite into one of a series of holes in the face of the mine room.

Date: 1966

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Views of Carey Salt Company - *1 Photograph of a group of men standing in front of a sign that reads "The Carey Rock Salt Mine"Views of Carey Salt Company - *2 Photograph of a group of onlookers at the Carey Salt CompanyViews of Carey Salt Company - *3 Photograph of a man making a speech at the Carey Salt CompanyViews of Carey Salt Company - *4 Photograph of a man identified as Vernon Horton tamping dynamite inside the mine of the Carey Salt Company

Views of Carey Salt Company - *1 Photograph of a group of men standing in front of a sign that reads "The Carey Rock Salt Mine"

Item Number: 225873
Call Number: FK2.R2 H.3.Car *1-4
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 225873

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