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A two-room mill house
A two-room mill house
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A four-room mill house with gable
A four-room mill house with gable
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A three-room narrow mill house
A three-room narrow mill house
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Plans for a four-room mill house with gable
Plans for a four-room mill house with gable
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Plans for a three-room narrow mill house
Plans for a three-room narrow mill house
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Plan for a two-room mill house
Plan for a two-room mill house
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White Oak Cotton Mills (postcard)
White Oak Cotton Mills (postcard)
Postcard shows the White Oak Cotton Mills (a division of Greensboro-based Cone Mills) and several houses in the mill village. A river runs between the mill and the village.
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Gasoline-powered grain mill
Gasoline-powered grain mill
A gasoline-powered grain mill seen en route from Naudanda to Birethanti, Nepal. A man, probably the mill-runner, is sitting at the other end of the machine, with a patterned dhaka cap worn askew on his head. Machine powered mills are evidence of modernization...
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Hanes spinning plant and mill village, 1910
Hanes spinning plant and mill village, 1910
P. H. Hanes spinning plant and mill village on the Clemmons Road, 1910. Photo shows a few of the new homes in the village. The company store is at left. Road later known as South Stratford Road.
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White Oak Cotton Mills: Notice!
White Oak Cotton Mills: Notice!
NOTICE! Prizes will be awarded as usual this year for the best front yards and neatest kept premises. In planting vines and shrubbery at the various houses, the company does not mean or intend to take the control or arrangement of the front yards...
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