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Glencoe Cotton Mills, State Routes 1598 & 1600, Glencoe, Alamance County, NC



B&W Photos

HB753400
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, April 1978

HB753401
Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978

HB753402
Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978

HB753403
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, April 1978

HB753404
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, April 1978

HB753405
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, April 1978

HB753406
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, April 1978

HB753407
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, April 1978

HB753408
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, April 1978

HB753409
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, April 1978

HB753410
Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978

HB753411
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, September 1977

HB753412
Joann Sieburg-baker, Photographer, April 1978

HB753413
Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978

HB753414
Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978

HB753415
Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978

HB753416
Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978


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Item Title


Location
State Routes 1598 & 1600, Glencoe, NC

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER NC-6
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-6).
Building/structure dates: 1880 initial construction
Significance: Glencoe developed at the time when the shift from water to steam power was seriously considered by cotton mill builders in Alamance County. Glencoe's existent mill houses, original mill buildings, and 1880-1894 water-powered machinery, make it one of the best preserved cotton mill villages in Alamance County. Although no early textile machinery remains, the village presents important evidence relating to the earliest forms and development of the textile industry in the county.

Subjects
Cotton Mills
Textile Industry


Related Names
Holt, James H.
Holt, William E.
E. M. Hold & Sons
Vincent, Joseph S.
Vincent, Levi A.
Holt, Edwin M.
Baker-Sieburg, JoAnn, Photographer
Glass, Brent D., Historian
Page, Randall, Photographer


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, April 1978. OVERALL EXTERIOR VIEW FROM NORTHWEST.
2. Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978. VIEW OF NORTH FACADE.
3. Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978. OVERALL VIEW FROM NORTHEAST.
4. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, April 1978. OVERALL EXTERIOR VIEW FROM SOUTHEAST.
5. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, April 1978. GLENCOE COTTON MILL WAREHOUSE.
6. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, April 1978. VIEW OF FINISHING MILL.
7. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, April 1978. VIEW OF COMPANY STORE.
8. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, April 1978. STREETSCAPE OF COMPANY STORE AND HOUSES.
9. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, April 1978. MILL HOUSE WITH KITCHEN.
10. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, April 1978. VIEW OF DAM.
11. Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978. MILL RACE.
12. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, September 1977. INTERIOR VIEW OF ROUNDHOUSE.
13. JoAnn Sieburg-Baker, Photographer, April 1978. INTERIOR VIEW OF THIRD FLOOR, LOOKING EAST.
14. Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978. VIEW OF MACHINERY, THIRD FLOOR.
15. Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978. INTERIOR VIEW OF POWER HOUSE.
16. Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978. INTERIOR VIEW OF POWER HOUSE.
17. Randall Page, Photographer, April 1978. INTERIOR VIEW OF POWER HOUSE.


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