Jack Corn, Charleston, West Virginia, April 1974

U.S. National Archives

U.S. National Archives
United States

Ms. Gail Falk Seltzer, a staff lawyer for Field Services with the United Mine Workers of America, works on Black Lung benefits at the Headquarters in Charleston, West Virginia. In the foreground is the baby bed her child sleeps in while she works. Ms. Seltzer is a Yale graduate and contributor to the equal rights amendment considered for adoption to the U.S. Constitution.



  • Title: Jack Corn, Charleston, West Virginia, April 1974
  • Subject Keywords: documentary photography, environment, EPA
  • External Link: National Archives Catalog

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