Universal Portland Cement Postcard, 1915 Postcard from 1915 showing the plant. Published by the local drug store! Similar Images ...based on the tags: historical-image... A view of the ground-level damage in the aftermath of Pool 5’s explosion. The mill in 1902. Notice that it’s expanded since 1897. Postcard, provided by the Harrison family to the Manitoba Historical Society. The Frontenac workings, as mapped in 1912 for a company report, sent to London. Special thanks to Mark Baldwin, who posted these on his website. Approaching Allouez (Emory Ford Collection) Carriage ad. (1905). Garden & home builder, 1-2. Retrieved from http://books.google.com/books?id=3OZIAAAAYAAJ Looking at the missile elevator at a similar base. From Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Historic American Engineering Record [HAER MN-100-81] The shaft of Saratoga Mine with several miners about to descend. Saratoga was just north of the Frontenac-Druid-Aduddell group. From Donald Campbell Kemp, Denver Public Library. The Harrison family in front of their elevator and mill in 1897. A family photograph. Studebaker’s Automobile Plant (center) and Wilson & Bros (lower left), circa 1936 (fair use).