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During Unionization of Coal Company workers, miners' families were evicted from Company owned houses.  The Union supplied building material and land and the miners plus others constructed temporary barracks until the labor trouble was settled. Beside the barracks, there was room for small garden plots and here they are shown working in them. See New York Times Sunday Sept. 5th Picture Section.
Garden plot in front of barracks at Adamston, W. Va.
Group of men working in a vegetable garden.
A view of vegetable garden and its fruits.
View of vegetable garden.
A view of vegetable garden.
Group of unidentified people besides garden storage.
'Left: Violet Molisee Croston; Right: Francis Molisee, Cousin of Violet; 2 Mules: Violet is on Jack, Francis is on Jerry'
Unidentified man maintaining garden.
Men and women hoeing a field.
A view of two men standing by tool storage.
A group sitting on the outskirts of a garden, possibly American Friends Service Committee workers.