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Wednesday, June 27, 2018


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William Kendall

Fortunate that it has found a new use.

Nollie W Neill Jr

If you take any photos inside, look for cast iron building materials and take me some photos. I photographed some at a wedding reception, several years ago. The following quote is from a June 1899 newspaper article, related to Glascock Foundry & the Revolution Mill. - "G. T. Glascock & Sons foundry has been casting every day for three weeks to fill its orders, including three carloads of casting for the new Revolution Mill north of the city"

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