New Mill And Depot Building, Hawthorne Woolen Mill, Part Of The American Felt Company Complex

New Mill And Depot Building, Hawthorne Woolen Mill, Part Of The American Felt Company Complex

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Publisher: Post Card Archives, Greenwich Library
Branch Call Number: Print No. 075
Characteristics: Print ; 28x20 in
Additional Contributors: American Felt Company
Notes: Gift of the Friends of Greenwich Library, 2019
The New Mill and Depot Building of the former Hawthorne Woolen Mill are located in Greenwich, Connecticut, United States. The two structures were built on an existing textile mill complex in the 1870s. The American Felt Company, a New Jersey-based concern that operated mills in four states, acquired Hawthorne in 1899. The mill and its depot, in the Gothic Revival and Queen Anne architectural styles respectively, were unusually decorative for functional buildings of that era. Today they are a commercial and retail complex for the Glenville neighborhood of Greenwich. In 1990 they were listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Thirteen years later, when the Glenville Historic District was listed on the Register in 2003, the buildings were a contributing property
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