J.W. and Kate Bradley Papers, Southern Historical Collection, UNC Chapel Hill

Records, correspondence, and printed material related to the involvement of J. W. Bradley with Save Our Cumberland Mountains (SOCM), an organization founded to support community issues arising from the increase in strip mining in Eastern Tennessee during the 1970s and 1980s. Materials in the collection include correspondence, legal documents, and printed material related to the issues of strip mining, truck weights, taxes, mining regulation, water pollution, and land equalization. Also included are copies of testimonies given by J. W. Bradley and Neil McBride to congressional committees; SOCM reports; and publications and correspondence from organizations including the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Coal Creek Mining Manufacturing Company, and Beech Grove Mining Company. Acquired as part of the Southern Historical Collection.

J. W. and Kate Bradley Papers #5685, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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