Theodore Roosevelt, Remarks at Symphony Hall, Boston, August 25, 1902.
Rev. John McDowell, "Life of a Coal Miner," 1902
Ida M. Tarbell, "The History of the Standard Oil Company," 1904.
Eugene Debs remembers the Molly Maguires, 1907.
US Imports of Whale Oil and Sperm Oil.
Coal miners working inside the mine, 1908 (gallery)
Samuel Insull, "The Obligations of Monopoly Must be Accepted," 1910.
New York Edison, “Recipes for cooking by electricity," 1911.
Stonega Coal Mines and Company Camp, 1915-1930 (gallery)
"The Utilization of the Sun's Energy," The Electrical Experimenter, March 1916.
Benjamin Lamme, "Electricity the Beneficient," Electrical Experimenter, 1916.
"Heavy Oil Engines Are Growing in Popularity," Wall Street Journal, 1917.
"Time and Tractors Essence of Food Problem," New York Times 1917.
New York Electrical Show Illustration, 1919.
Mrs. W. C. Lathrop's letter thanking Thomas Edison for electricity, 1921
Statement of Mr. J. P. Luterancik before the House Committee on Labor, April 1922
Editorial, "Muscle Shoals-- Ours," The Nation, 1924.
Florence Reece, "Which Side Are You On?"
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, "A Suggestion for Legislation to Create the Tennessee Valley Authority," 1933.
Two Letters to the United Mine Workers Journal
TVA, "Toward an Electrified America," 1934
John D. Battle, Executive Secretary of the National Coal Association, Statement on Tennessee Valley Authority, 1935.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Boulder Dam Dedication Speech, Sept. 30, 1935
W.P.A. Federal Theatre Project Living Newspaper, "Power" by Arthur Arent