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Paul Weller
Coal Country
1939
Allocated by the U.S. Government Commissioned through the New Deal art projects
1943.147
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Gerhard Bakker
Quincy Mine
1934
Courtesy of the Fine Arts Program, Public Buildings Service, U.S. General Services Administration Commissioned through the New Deal art projects;Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, New Deal art project
1935.1

Simon Marsden
Disused Tin Mine, Bodmin Moor, England
20th century
Gift of Graham and Marianne Smith
1989/1.66
Two shadowed figures with weapons on the left face a group of four figures, in the light, on the right. Of the four, one is holding a sign and another is lying on the ground. Smoke from a fire billows in the background alongside industrial machinery.
Thomas Hart Benton (American (North American))
Mine Strike
1933 – 1936
Museum Purchase
1935.23
Four buildings are situated at an angle and descend away from the viewer as if on a hill. A latticework pattern visible in the background suggests an industrial complex. Three figures in deep shadow walk in the foreground. 
Blanche Grambs (American (North American))
Mining Town
1936 – 1943
Allocated by the U.S. Government Commissioned through the New Deal art projects
1943.43
Photograph of the façades of two wooden buildings.
George A. Tice (American (North American))
Shop Fronts
1965
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
1983/1.295.4

Kerr Eby
Shadows
1889 – 1936
Museum Purchase
1936.1
Text: Mine More Coal - United States Fuel Administration - Stand by the boys in the trenches! - (Italian) Sostenete i soldati nelle trincee! Estraete Sempre Piu' Carbone! - (Croatian) Pomogni nasoj mladosti u rovovima! Kopaj Vise Ugljevlja! - (Slovenian) Podpiraj vojake v strelnih jarkih! Koplji Vec Premoga! - (Polish) Wspomagajcie wiernie tych ktorzy sa na linii bojowej! Starajcie Sie Powiekszyc Produkcje Wegla! - (Hungarian) Segitse a fiukat a lövészarokban! Aknázzon Több Szenet! - (German) Unterstuetzt die Jungen in den Schuetzengraeben! Foerdert Mehr Kohle!
Artist Unknown
Mine More Coal - United States Fuel Administration - Stand by the boys in the trenches!
1913 – 1923
Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons
1954/2.35.140
Text: Stand by the boys in the trenches - Mine More Coal - United States Fuel Administration
Walter Whitehead
Stand by the boys in the trenches - Mine More Coal - United States Fuel Administration
1918
Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons
1954/2.35.104
This photograph depicts a desert landscape with a craggy rock formation rising in the far distance in the central portion of the horizon. A dirt road extends through the foreground. The top half of the image depicts a vast, cloudless sky in tones of blue and pink.
Richard Misrach (American (North American))
Shiprock Triptych #2
1987
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick
2004/2.59.2
This photograph depicts a desert landscape with a craggy rock formation rising in the far distance in the central portion of the horizon. A dirt road extends through the foreground. The top half of the image depicts a vast, cloudless sky in tones of blue and gray.
Richard Misrach (American (North American))
Shiprock Triptych #3
1987
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick
2004/2.59.3
Text: Mine More Coal - President Wilson Demands Coal To Win The War - "The existing scarcity of coal is creating a grave danger-in fact the most serious which confronts us-and calls for prompt and vigorous action on the part of both operators and miners. … - "The only worker who deserves the condemnation of his community is the one who fails to give his best in this crisis; not the one who accepts deferred classification and works regularly and diligently to increase the coal output. - "A great task is to be performed. - "The operators and their staffs alone can not do it; but both parties, working hand in hand with a grim determination to rid the country of its greatest obstacle to winning the war, can do it. - "It is with full confidence that I call upon you to assume the burden of producing an ample supply of coal." - Woodrow Wilson. - United States Fuel Administration
Artist Unknown
Mine More Coal - President Wilson demands coal to win the war
1918
Gift of Mr. Maurice F. Lyons
1954/2.35.141
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