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Dangerous Dust: The Silicosis Hazard in American Industry

by Leonard Greenburg, M.D.

Executive Director, Division of Industrial Hygiene, New York State Department of Labor

December 1936


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Dust from Excavation

During the past year front page stories about workers who contracted silicosis while excavating the water tunnel at Gauley Bridge, West Virginia, have made the public conscious of the hazards of industrial dust.

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