Exterior of International Paper Company mill in Harrisville
Exterior shot of the International Paper Company in Harrisville, NY. Note the four tall smokestacks (which were connected to four steam engines in the brick boiler room) and the booms used to hold logs that had been floated down the river. Making walls in this manner was called “cribbing.”
1901. Harrisville, NY.
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