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Flour mills -- Michigan

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Clifton Mill film

Identifier: c-00525
Scope and Contents

This motion picture (8mm) film, made at the old Clifton Mill near Romeo, Michigan, shows a man and young boy visiting the mill. The mill ceased operation in 1977 (Source: The Romeo Observer, July 28, 2010)

Dates: undated

Smith family papers

Identifier: 00074
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the business and farm records of George Anson Smith, his brother (Legrand J. Smith), and his sons (Fred, Azariel, and Frank R.), of Somerset, Hillsdale County, Michigan. George A. Smith owned several farms and with his brother operated two general stores and a grain exchange, which were later taken over by his sons. In 1856 he purchased the Gamble farm near Somerset and later purchased several other farms near it. In 1858 he and his brother built the brick store...
Dates: 1853 - 1927

W. C. Brokaw papers

Identifier: c-00240
Scope and Contents

This collection contains business correspondence and account statements received by W. C. Brokaw, of Centerville, Michigan, from commission agents in New York City selling flour for Brokaw. The letters discuss prices and general market trends.

Dates: 1871 - 1873