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Union Mill [aka United States Economic Reduction Company Mill]
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This view across what appears to be prairie land at the many structures making up the Union Mill located north of Florence, on top of hill sort of, overlooking the Arkansas Valley where Florence was looking, I assume, never been there so I might be wrong!
   I do not know the direction of this view, but I think it might be in a northerly direction possible. This mill was one of three along the Vesta Branch, at that before mention hilltop, and in 1903 it belongs to the United States Reduction & Refining Co.
   I did procure the colored version of the image. Source was gray-toned, or in common speech black & white. Used an online service and tweaked and worked with image to get what looks best to my eyes for the moment.Union Plant of U.S. Reduction and Refining Company
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Media ID: 464
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Chlorination Mill
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Florence - Along F&CC
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          Bromination Mill
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          Could possible have been same mill as mention in a booklet from 1894 called "The Story of Cripple Creek up date" on page 15 where it talks about a mill that shall be built in Poverty Gulch by the United States Reduction Company, of Chicago, which shall be a 100-ton mill invented by W.A. Koneman - ready by June he claims...
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          graphic for visual presentation of textBUT, two newspapers gives this mill to be in Florence, both 1894 papers, confusing!!
          graphic for visual presentation of textFound more mention Florence, so, it is a Florence mill untill I find other proof to say otherwise... And I presume this to be the Union Mill.