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James Chapman sits with his dog in front of his demolished home three days after the Pittston Coal Company's coal slurry impoundment dam broke, killing 125 people and leaving thousands homeless. Four days before the disaster, the dam had been declared "satisfactory" by federal inspectors.
Located in Jackson County, on the Ohio River.
Several horse and buggies stopped outside of buildings on left.
Several men pictured unloading logs from train and floating them down the river.
Eugene Cutlip, from Harrison County, was the step father of Richard Duez. He was a bronze star winner during the war. He passed away on July 14, 2007.
Published by A.G. Martin News Co.