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Image Date: 1993
825 Main Street
West Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, United States
Sited near Main Street is the original building on the site, the Number One Mill. It is a three and one-half story, wood-shingled structure, 34 feet wide and 104 feet deep, with a clerestory monitor in its end-gable roof and a short, square tower at the front topped by an octagonal cupola. --http://www.pvhistorian.com/lippittmill.html.
Subjectyarn; lace making; lace (needlework); cotton (textile); cotton mills shingle; windows; gable roofs; towers (building divisions); cupolas (roof appendages)
Photographer: Wilson, Richard Guy
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