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Center of Jenkins. [Aerial View] (Printed verso reads: "Located in the heart of the Elkhorn Coal District of Southeastern Kentucky, Jenkins, a city of 10,000 people, had enjoyed for years the reputation of being one of the most beautiful mining towns in the country. Until recently it was a company owned and totally controlled town. Jenkins citizens now own their homes, businesses, churches, and schools. This view shows only the central business section. The town is 8 miles long and is strung out along the narrow valleys.")

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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