Coal Report, Volume 27
-1898 include also the reports of the State Inspectors of Mines; 1899-1907, Report of the Illinois Free Employment Offices; 1917- , reports of the Miners' Examining Board and the Mine Rescue and First Aid Division (formerly Mine Rescue Station Commission).
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