Huddle Mill Photographs
Scope and Contents
The collection comprises two images of a mill believed to be the Huddle Mill near Kingsport, Tennessee. The first image, of which there are two copies, is a mounted photograph of six men and a dog in front of a building identified on the reverse as "Horn Mill-1850 / Huddle Mill-1900." The second image is a copy print of what appears to be the same mill taken from a different angle.
- Creation: undated
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
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Method of Acquisition
Kyle Huddle of Kingsport, Tennessee donated the photographs in May 1987, accession number 1987-073.
Other Descriptive Information
Formerly the Kyle Huddle Photograph Collection. However, it was discovered in 2015 that the most of the photographs were copied from the book Kingsport; Past, Present and Future published circa 1977 by the Rotary Club of Kingsport, Tennessee. The photographs made from the book were then discarded. The Archives has a copy of this book for reference purposes.
The collection was processed by Georgia Greer and Marie Tedesco in October 1989. The collection was revised in 2015 by Jen Bingham.
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