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Mine Mouths Open On The Hillsides


Ruth Bear Levy painting - <u>Mine Mouths Open On The Hillsides</u> Lonaconing, Maryland. Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information

   



Mine Mouths Open On The Hillsides, by Ruth Bear Levy.

Ruth Bear Levy grew up in Lonaconing before moving to Baltimore. Her painting of the entrance to a mine, the miners and the coal cars, was reproduced in her book, A Wee Bit of Scotland: Growing up in Lonaconing, Maryland at the turn of the century, published in 1983.




ID:
acgc038

Creator:
Ruth Bear Levy

Rights:
Elizabeth Levy Malis

Notes:
Displayed with permission of Elizabeth Levy Malis, Mrs. Levy's grandaughter.

Date:
unknown

Collection Location:
A copy is on view at George's Creek Library

Original Size:
76 cms x 102 cms

Subject:
Coal mines and mining, Maryland; Allegany County History; Allegany County (Md.) History, Local.

Coverage:
Allegany County, MD; 1880-1940

 
 
Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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