The coal mine inspector maintained correspondence as it related to carrying out his responsibilities. He received letters discussing mining regulations, inspection visits, staffing and personnel issues, recommendations for employment or certification of specific individuals, mineral analysis of coal samples, and miners' personal and family problems. Correspondents included national and state government agencies, mines and companies related to coal mining, and individual miners or members of their families.; Chronological by date, thereunder alphabetical by correspondent.; Historical Note; Correspondence; 1898; 1899; 1900; 1901; 1902; 1903; 1904; 1905; A-P; 1905; R-Z; 1906; A-R; 1906; S-Z; 1907; A-S; 1907; T-Z; 1908; A-F; 1908; G-T; 1908; U-Z; 1909; A-B; 1909; C-I; 1909; J-T; 1909; U-Z; 1910; A-H; 1910; I-T; 1910; U-United States; 1910; Utah-Z; 1911; A-C; 1911; D-H; 1911; I-T; 1911; U-Z; 1912; A-C; 1912; D-H; 1912; I-P; 1912; R-University; 1912; Utah-Z; 1913; A-G; 1913; H-P; 1913; R-T; 1913; U-Z; 1914; A-B; 1914; C-E; 1914; F-P; 1914; R-T; 1914; U-Z; 1915; A-B; 1915; C-T; 1915; U-Z; 1916; A-C; 1916; D-T; 1916; U-Z
Agriculture and Natural Resources; Mines and Mineral Resources; Coal mines and mining—Law and legislation—Utah.; Coal mines and mining—Safety measures—Utah.; Utah—Coal miners.; Utah—Coal—Analysis.; UMAbroad--Agriculture and Natural Resources; UMAnarrow--Mines and Mineral Resources
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Letter books from the Inspector of Coal and Hydrocarbon Mines, Series 23009, not only include the bulk of the mine inspector's correspondence, but many reports compiled from information in the correspondence.Administrative records from the Inspector of Coal and Hydrocarbon Mines, Series 23010, also contain general information about the coal mine inspector and his responsibilities.