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Marshall Milling Company, Grist Mill, South side French Broad River, Marshall, Madison County, NC



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Item Title


Location
South side French Broad River, Marshall, NC

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER NC-19-A
Significance: The grist mill building is significant because of its unique architecture. The classical Second Empire style is unique not only to grist mills, but to western North Carolina as well. No other buildings with this style of architecture are known in western North Carolina.

Subjects
Brick Buildings
Mills
Flour Mills


Related Names
Brezny, Mary Jo, Photographer
Spinks, Robin H., Historian


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. NORTH AND WEST SIDES
2. WEST AND SOUTH SIDES
3. DETAIL OF WEST AND SOUTH SIDES
4. EAST AND NORTH SIDES
5. DETAIL OF NORTHEAST CORNER
6. NORTH SIDE
7. MILLING COMPANY AND BRIDGE. Photocopy of 1906 Photograph
8. FIRST FLOOR INTERIOR, SOUTHWEST CORNER
9. FIRST FLOOR INTERIOR, DOOR
10. SECOND FLOOR MEZZANINE, FROM STEPS LEADING TO SECOND FLOOR
11. SECOND FLOOR MEZZANINE, FROM FIRST FLOOR
12. THIRD FLOOR INTERIOR LOOKING TOWARD WEST WALL


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