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Digging iron ore with steam shovel and loading cars at "open-pit" mine, Hibbing, Minn.

Digging iron ore with steam shovel and loading cars at "open-pit" mine, Hibbing, Minn.



Stereograph showing men working near large steam shovel used to dump iron ore into open railroad car.
H73722 U.S. Copyright Office.
Copyright 1906 by Underwood & Underwood. U-85454.
On mount: Works and Studios Arlington, N.J., Littleton, N.H., Washington, D.C.
No. 7954-(b).
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Underwood & Underwood.


Hibbing (Minn.)47.42722, -92.93778
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