Columbus State University Archives

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Image of the birthplace of the first successful artificial Ice Machine built in the United States.

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Paper map detailing Muscogee Mills and Eagle and Phenix Mills.

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Paper map detailing Columbus Iron Works, Seaboard Air Line Railway, Sol Leob Co., and Empire Mills Company.

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Photograph of the blueprints for the Columbus Manufacturing Company.

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Photograph of the blueprints for the Columbus Manufacturing Company. On the back of the photograph it is notated that these were insurance drawings.

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Image of Columbus Manufacturing Company from close to the ground. Railroad tracks can be seen leading to the building.

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Image of the Columbus Manufacturing Company from across the Chattahoochee River.

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Image of Columbus Manufacturing Company from the air.

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Image of the Plant of Columbus (Ga.) Power Company's Double Horizontal Turbine in Open Penstock at the hydroelectric power development at North Highlands / Muscogee County. This is an image of the drawn schematic.

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Image of a water-power station in the Hydroelectric power development at North Highlands/ Muscogee county.

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Photograph of six men (and four in the background) standing in Columbus Iron Works

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Photograph of seven men (and three in the background) standing in Columbus Iron Works

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Photo of a pamphlet distributed by Eagle & Phenix Mills. Front and back is displayed. Pamphlet is entitled "The Little Thread Story"

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Photo of channel that brings the water from the river to turn the turbine for Eagle & Phenix Mills, Georgia side. Power house can be seen in this photograph.

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Photo of turbine which generates power for the mills turbines located in power house.

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Photo (mounted) of logo for Eagle and Phenix Mill. The photo could also be used as a business card.

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Photo from atop the Eagle & Phenix Mill looking northeast,

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Aerial photo of the Chattahoochee River from 14th Street Bridge and what is now Fieldcrest Mills. Taken from Alabama side.

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Photo of a label of Eagle Manufacturing Company. Information provided at the bottom of the photograph states, "This mill, employing 240 workers and using 1500 bales of cotton and 100,000 pounds of wool annually, was burned be Federal soldiers…

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Photo of construction work in front of Eagle and Phenix Mills.