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Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).
Charlotte, N.C.: Mill News Print. Co., 1920.

In the center front of this group is the office of the Icemorlee Mills, over which are lodge rooms, used free of rent by the several secret societies of the village, and by the Icemorlee Cornet band. At left of this is the residence of Supt. Robt. E. L. Iceman; and the picture on the right is a partial view of one of the village streets.

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Subjects:
  • Housing--North Carolina--Monroe--1920.
  • Labor housing--North Carolina--Monroe--1920.
  • Lodging houses--North Carolina--Monroe--1920.