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John S. Marshall Memorial Scholarship Guidelines  

Background
John Sidney Marshall came to us from Virginia via V.P.I. (BS degree in Civil Engineering) and a career of
achievement and accomplishment as a mining engineer, specializing in the ancient and honorable mining of coal.
Following graduation in 1922, John concentrated his skills and energy for many years on the coal mines, mainly
of Pennsylvania. In about 1933, he suffered serious injury in a mine explosion and fire at the Hudson Coal
Company mine in Scranton. This was a temporary setback from which he recovered and went on to build his
reputation for expertise and results in the coal mining industry. In the late 1940’s, John struck out on his own as a
mining consultant and thus began his amazing series of trips – adventures -- on the “less traveled” roads.
 

John Sidney Marshall Scholarship Guidelines (PDF)

 



 
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