Woolen Mills History Blog

Bill Emory, who you know for his brilliant photoblog, has launched a promising new blog documenting the history of the Woolen Mills. He joins Lynn Rainville’s LoCo History and City Councilor Dave Norris in blogging about local history. It’s ten kinds of awesome that there are local blogs dedicated the topic.  #

1 Response to “Woolen Mills History Blog”


  • hey Waldo,
    A few things to add. The “Fabric of History” blog is the creation of Woolen Mills Road, a group made up of Woolen Mills residents, past and present, and friends of the Woolen Mills nationwide.
    The first post, on the founder of the neighborhood, Clay Marchant,
    Marchant
    was authored by Woolen Mills Road member/director Victoria Dunham.
    Anyone who would like to contribute to the blog, or join Woolen Mills Road should email her at:

    dunham@historicwoolenmills.org

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