This one-story hall of rough-faced sandstone with a round-arched entry flanked by Tuscan columns houses offices of the union for what has been the largest work group locally. Coal miners also have erected a memorial statue in Paonia Park to many colleagues killed and injured underground.
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United Mine Workers of America No. 6417 Hall
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