Clocktower 1923 Note Cards
The Cheney Brothers Spinning Mill, with its iconic Clocktower, was constructed in 1886 and was part of Manchester's enormous Mill District which produced some of the finest silk and silk products in the world. Closed during the Great Depression, the building was reopened during World War II to house Cheney Brothers' Pioneer Parachute Co.
Today the building is known as the Clocktower Mill Apartments. Located between Forest Street and Hartford Road on Manchester's West Side, the South Manchester Railroad, which supplied goods and transported workers to the mills, ran directly in front of the building, and is now known as Elm Street.
Relive history with this original illustration created exclusively by CT Designs of Manchester, CT, based on images from the photo archives of the Manchester Historical Society and other research. Enjoy the vibrant colors, appreciate the historical accuracy, and examine the minute detail of this artwork.
Note cards are 5.5"H x 4"W when folded, with a standard matte finish on the front. Inside is white blank, backs are white and printed with a description. Each comes with a blank white envelope.
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Click here to read more about Cheney Brothers Spinning Mill and Clocktower.
Click here to read more about the South Manchester Railroad.