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The Rice Collection annotation tells us that "For a time, the Champion plant utilized the defunct Perry Knitting Company. This print is of the Perry Knitting Company before all the buildings were destroyed and show the street bridges." This…

As partially identified on the photograph, we have in the back row: Julian Hanley (Wyoming Co. district attorney), Russ Clark (real estate broker), Joe Liberti (Perry Chamber of Commerce), Leon Patrick (?), unidentifed, Russ Watson, unidentified.…

An image of machinery at the factory including wheels and pulleys and pipes.

Aerial print of the Perry Knitting Company without any of the airbrushing the other prints of a similar nature contain. Taken around 1949.

A print of the Perry Knitting Company, taken about 1910, showing the power plant and the mills.

The Perry Knitting Company provided some of the prints of the mill to advertise for workers and also for their product. The company made long underwear, for both men and women, and garments for the military. Following World War II they began to…

8 x 10 print of the old power plant at the Perry Knitting Company from the Walnut Street Bridge, apparently taken about 1949.

A group of female office workers at the Perry Knitting Company smile while they have their picture taken. The calendar appears to read November. From left to right, the second girl's name is Lucy Allen and the sixth girl's name is Sally Davis.

Exterior print of the Perry Knitting Company located in Mt. Morris, N.Y. noted on the reverse of the print, closing in 1969.

Tempest Street Mill.jpg
An image of the Tempest street Knitting Mill from across the river during what could be early spring.
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