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    • 1940s

    General view of a brine well at the Dow Chemical Company facilities in Midland, Michigan. Also known as salt wells, brine wells are used to extract salt from subterranean caverns or deposits for use in a variety of…

    • 1949

    General view of a brine well at the Dow Chemical Company facilities in Midland, Michigan. Also known as salt wells, brine wells are used to extract salt from subterranean caverns or deposits for use in a variety of…

    • after 1895

    View overlooking the extensive salt fields in Solinen, Russia, located along the Black Sea, containing approximately 20,000 tons of salt. This photograph is one of a set of six stereographs detailing the mining and…

    • after 1895

    View of a reservoir among the extensive salt fields in Solinen, Russia, located along the Black Sea, following evaporation. Women are seen breaking up the crust of salt formed by evaporation, while masses of salt…

    • after 1895

    View of a worker examining a rotary dryer for drying salt at an unknown facility in Hutchinson, Kansas. This photograph is one of a set of six stereographs detailing the mining and production of salt.

    • after 1895

    View of salt vats where water is evaporated by means of solar heat at an unknown facility in Syracuse, New York. This photograph is one of a set of six stereographs detailing the mining and production of salt.

    • after 1895

    View of a worker inserting sticks of dynamite into blasting holes at a rock salt mine in Kansas. This photograph is one of a set of six stereographs detailing the mining and production of salt.

    • after 1895

    View of two workers operating a compressed air drill in a Kansas salt mine. This photograph is one of a set of six stereographs detailing the mining and production of salt.