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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, March 29, 1922

Pacific Coast Coal Co. Logo 1922To our employees:
Some of the company’s officials have, from time to time, been asked what effect the April 1st strike of the United Mine Workers of America will have on our operations.

We have assumed that the adoption of the joint representation plan is, in itself, an answer to such questions, but in order to remove any doubts in the minds of any of our employees, the company desires to state that the strike referred to will have no effect whatever on our operations. (more…)

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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, March 29, 1923

Newcastle 1923

When the special train pulled into Newcastle last Thursday with some 150 dealers from Washington and Oregon who handle the product of the Pacific Coast Coal Company mines, many of them for the first time saw the actual operation of hoisting coal when they stood around the entrance to Newcastle Mine as shown in the cut above. (more…)

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