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Gardnerville Mill

Date of photo: 1940s
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Clairitage Press

Tags: gardnerville, gardnervillemill,


This flour mill building was located in Gardnerville, along Main Street (Hwy 395). It was originally built as the Douglas County Roller Mill by Peter Heitman in 1895. At first it was located south of Gardnerville along Indian Creek. It was later owned by Fritz Sarman. In 1912 a new owner moved it into the Town of Gardnerville, where they continued milling Ladies' Best Flour. It was later owned by William Graunke and Jac Shaw. It was torn down in 1970.


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Date Uploaded: June 9, 2024

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/photo1686

Source: Clairitage Press

Source URL: https://www.clairitage.com/2024/01/27/carson-valleys-early-flour-mill/

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