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[Lumber Mill shop]

Description: Photograph of the interior of a lumber mill shop. A cylinder of wood is mounted on a lathe. This photo is part of the Southwestern Mechanical Company Photograph Album.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Photograph of Stinnett's Mill]

Description: Photograph of a dark wood and stone barn-style building with a small tower at the front and an overhanging roof that shelters a front porch. The tower has a glass window at the top and a Texas-shaped insignia set on the face of the tower. A fence made from rough wood sticks and wire, with a short stone base, surrounds the building. Mostly bare trees and bushes border the building on the left side, while more bare trees are visible in the background to the right of the building. Handwritten notes and a white, rectangular sticker on the back of the photo identify the building as the Stinnett Mill on Stinnett Mill Rd. in Salado, Texas.
Date: 1992
Creator: Friedrick, Egon
Partner: Salado Public Library

[Mill in Abilene]

Description: Photograph of a man at a mill named Bob in Abilene, Texas. The man is standing next to a large pile of cotton seed and a horse-drawn cart filled with seed. A cotton [seed oil?] mill is to his left, with large smokestacks protruding from the building.
Date: 1906
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Photograph of Women Standing in Davis Mill Ruins]

Description: Photograph of three young women standing at various heights in the middle of rocky slope of debris. Behind and to the left of them are the crumbling walls of a stone building, and directly to their right is a large, twisted, dead tree. The women are wearing ankle-length dresses or skirts, with their hair piled in buns on their heads. The woman on the right is also wearing a small hat and a large coat. Handwritten notes in black and red ink, debate the location, name, and history of the ruins.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library

Lange's Mill

Description: Photograph of Lange's Mill on Threadgill Creek in Gillespie County. Here, a large water wheel provided power to grind flour for the early Texas pioneers.
Date: unknown
Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum

Marble Falls, Texas

Description: Photograph of a river at Marble Falls. This vantage point captures the part of the falls where the calm, reflective water meets with the rocks. A note on the back indicates "Harry Roper's mill on west bank."
Date: 1880
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Marble Falls, Texas

Description: Photograph of the river at Marble Falls. Water flows down the shelves of sedimentary rock. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph says, "Roper Mill - at Marble Falls", probably referring to the small building in the distance, slightly to the left of the center of the photograph.
Date: [1880..1890]
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Jack Daniel's Distillery Workers on Jack Daniel's Old Office Porch]

Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: A 1973 photograph of Jack Daniel's distillery workers posing for a group portrait on Jack Daniel's Old Office porch in Lynchburg, TN. There are workers from the office, tour guides, the rick yard, charcoal mellowing building, bottling line, warehouse, grain mill and of course a couple of ducks which can always be seen wandering around the hollow. The Jack Daniel's Distillery is located in a hollow and is often referred to as 'The Hollow.'
Date: 1973-05~
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Photograph of Old Davis Mill in Salado, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a crumbling stone building missing the roof and top portions of its walls. The windows are missing glass, and there is a door-shaped opening on the left side of the building. Piles of stones from the building surround the base, while a line of trees is visible in the background. Handwritten text on the back of the photo note the ruins have been previously identified as part of a college, but are actually the ruins of an Old Davis Mill in Salado, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Salado Public Library