From the Archives: Florence, Neb.

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The Florence Mill on March 9, 1970.
The Mill originated as the 1846 Winter Quarters Grist Mill. After the Mormons abandoned Winter Quarters in 1868, Jacob Weber and George Hugg rebuilt it. It has also been known as the Mormon Mill, the Grist Mill and the Old Pink Mill.
JOHN SAVAGE/THE WORLD-HERALD

The Florence Mill on March 9, 1970.
The Mill originated as the 1846 Winter Quarters Grist Mill. After the Mormons abandoned Winter Quarters in 1868, Jacob Weber and George Hugg rebuilt it. It has also been known as the Mormon Mill, the Grist Mill and the Old Pink Mill.
JOHN SAVAGE/THE WORLD-HERALD

The Florence Mill on March 9, 1970.
The Mill originated as the 1846 Winter Quarters Grist Mill. After the Mormons abandoned Winter Quarters in 1868, Jacob Weber and George Hugg rebuilt it. It has also been known as the Mormon Mill, the Grist Mill and the Old Pink Mill.
It is now a museum and art gallery.
JOHN SAVAGE/THE WORLD-HERALD

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