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Stevens Linen Works Historic District

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Built  1865 (1865)
Opened  1865
Added to NRHP  17 September 2010
NRHP Reference #  10000751
Area  9.8 ha
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Location  8–10 Mill St., 2 W. Main St., 2 Curfew Ln., Ardlock Pl., Dudley, Massachusetts

The Stevens Linen Works Historic District encompasses a 19th-century factory complex associated with the manufacturing of linen and flax fabric in Dudley, Massachusetts. Its centerpiece is the Stevens Linen Mill, built in the 1860s by Henry Hale Stevens and operated into the mid-20th century. The mill is a large granite U-shaped building, five stories high, with two seven-story towers at the corners of the U. The complex includes ten buildings in all, as well as a mill pond and dam.

The mill complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.


Stevens Linen Works Historic District Wikipedia

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