This Ozark County Mill is considered to be the most photographed mill in Missouri. There is no doubt about how photogenic it is. Alva Hodgson bought the mill in 1884. Unfortunately the original burned down and he rebuilt this current mill in 1894. Mills were often used to generate rural electricity to operate equipment such as sawmills, cotton gins, and in this case maybe the factory that started and made Big Smith overalls.
This photo is the original format from the camera
making it the most versatile format to crop or
resize to make various photo products that you
may want. From small key chains, to cell phone
covers, to 16 X 20 prints to frame for wall art.
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Original photo, format is 2 X 3 with printable sizes in inches,
2 X 3, 4 X 6, 8 X 12, 12 X 18, 16 X 24, 20 X 30, 24 X 36, ETC.
Original can be cropped to create 4 X 5 formats such as,
4 X 5, 8 X 10, 12 X 15, 16 X 20, 24 X 30, ETC.
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