A foggy morning at the Indiana Army Ammunition Plant.
The Moser Leather Company was one of New Albany, Indiana’s five leather companies during the early-20th century.
Couldn’t make the June 2011 meet for the Klotz Throwing Company? Looking to explore and photograph the last standing original silk mill intact in the US?
There is something to be said for hiking in before sunrise into the largest collection of abandonments in the United States: the Indiana Army Ammunition Plant.
All that is left of Parker Tobacco Company is the front facade.
A lazy afternoon, random Cincinnati photographs.
There is not a place more worth saving than that of which has historic value and remains intact from the time of its importance than this silk mill.
Klotz Throwing Company teaser.
I am providing an update to the Klotz Throwing Company tour that is being held on June 18.
The modern preservationist in central Kentucky began in Lexington in 1955. Much progress has been made, but that falls on deaf ears to one property owner.
Explore the last silk mill in the United States on June 18.
The last update in the Coal Camp series from January unfolds deep within McDowell County, West Virginia, including Gary, Iaeger and War.
Deep within the once coal rich veins of Buchanan County, Virginia lies the remnants of a much more prosperous era: Jewell Valley.
In its heyday in the 1930s, this Rust Belt town called itself the City of Homes, a place where a working-class man could be master of his own castle.
Arguably, Wheeling, West Virginia’s brewing history is less known than that of Cincinnati, Ohio or Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A weekend excursion to visit the First German Reformed Church, the Parker Tobacco Company and the William Tarr House.
Musings in Wheeling, West Virginia: two breweries and a school.
The Christian Moerlein Brewing Company announced today that part of the former Kauffman Brewing Company will be renovated to produce beer.
Old Taylor Distillery is a defunct distillery located south of Frankfort, Kentucky.
A beautiful and rainy day at the Parker Tobacco Company, William Tarr House and the Paris Tuberculosis Hospital.
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