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Closeup of an Old Coal Company Mining Town of Red Ash Virginia, near Richards in the Southwestern Part of the State 04/1974 by The U.S. National Archives, via Flickr

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This #PinkDoor , #TurquoiseHouse and #ivy on the walls of a Notting Hill home in London is so adorable! //

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The Oliver House

Oliver House: Bisbee, Arizona: In the late 1800’s the wife of a local policeman was having an affair with Nathan Anderson, a mining employee. Her husband found out about it, went to the house and killed the both of them. After killing the two of them, the husband headed downstairs and killed everyone in the parlor. He then drove to the edge of town and committed suicide. A total of 27 people died in the house, including those from the mass murder Some of the guest who has stayed there has…

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A Quonset hut.The name comes from their site of first manufacture, Quonset Point, at the Davisville Naval Construction Battalion Center in Davisville (a village located within the town of North Kingstown, Rhode Island, USA). #VisitRhodeIsland

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Washington Heights & Inwood with Kids: Top 35 Things to Do for Families

STUDIO’N THE ROUND OF CATSKILL, NEW YORK - sustainable lifestyle, do-it-yourself, creative environmental options, craft, organics, gardening, planting, flower pots, reusing, old and vintage, nature, environmental news, recycling tips, brooklyn, ditmas par

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Junior Camp, Red Jacket, WV (Matewan) courtesy of Yvonne DeHart. The Red Jacket Coal Company was established just east of Matewan along the Norfolk & Western Railway in 1909. With 11,000 acres of coal land Red Jacket was the largest coal company in the Williamson Coal Field. In the spring of 1920, Red Jacket introduced the infamous "yellow dog contract" which led to litigation that eventually reached the US Supreme Court which upheld its validity.