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(Anderson County, South Carolina)Abandoned textile mill in Anderson, SC
(Spartanburg County, South Carolina)Historic Mill in Spartanburg, SC
(Spartanburg County, South Carolina)Abandoned Textile Mill in Greer, SC
(Windham County, Connecticut)Four-story stucco and rubble-walled mill, one of three of the Attawaugan Manufacturing Co.
(New London County, Connecticut)Five story mill consisting of granite stone blocks
(Rabun County, Georgia)The Mill is part of the Hambidge /Center but at a different location
(Windham County, Connecticut)A 4-story brick cotton thread mill built by George M. Morse in 1872. Belding bought the mill in 1918.
Berkshire Tissue Mill
(Berkshire County, Massachusetts)Mill buildings used to manufacture tissue paper and other papers.
(Clarke County, Alabama)A historic textile factory building in Jackson, Alabama.
(Rutherford County, North Carolina)Textile mill in which the town of Cliffside grew around
(Windham County, Connecticut)Brick mill buildings, 4-story and 3-story, built end-to-end.
(Spartanburg County, South Carolina)Former Textile Mill in Spartanburg, SC
(Spartanburg County, South Carolina)Abandoned textile mill in Cowpens, SC
Cranska Thread Mill
(Windham County, Connecticut)Consists of two wings, one to each side of a 4-story stair tower. Thread was produced here until 1956
(Madison County, Alabama)Began operation in 1892 as Alabama's largest cotton mill, manufacturing sheeting.
(Windham County, Connecticut)4 1/2 story brick mill, 3-story power house and ancillary buildings.
(Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)19th Century Mill closed in 1968 but undergoing restoration to operational status
(Cleveland County, North Carolina)Demolished textile mill in Shelby, NC
(Spartanburg County, South Carolina)Textile Mill outside of Spartanburg, SC