: The reverse reads in script: "Youngstown, Ohio: housing and mills." A blue stamp on the reverse reads: "PHOTO BY EDWIN LOCKE FOR U. S. FILM SERVICE." There is also a typed note that reads:
"Ohio Picture Book
Picture: 64 (upper)
Credit: U. S. Film Service:
Caption: Steel Mill Houses,
This photo must be returned to
Ohio Writers' Project
S E. Chestnut St., Col. O."
This picture shows what appears to be an apartment building, a duplex, two houses and two sheds that are across the street from a large mill. The sheds are made from patching together various scraps of wood, and the beams are visible in some areas.
The mill is long and rectangular a features ongoing rows of square-paneled, metal windows along the top and the middle of the building. The ground floor features an ongoing row of double-hung, divided windows. On top of the mill are seven cylindrical smoke stacks. Barely visible behind the mill is a hill with what appears to be several houses.
At the bottom of the photo, a short section of train tracks are visible. View on Ohio Memory.
: SA1039AV_B14F11_002_001 Subjects
: Youngstown (Ohio)--Buildings, structures, etc.--Pictorial works; Youngstown (Ohio)--History--20th century; Mills and mill-work Places
: Youngstown (Ohio); Mahoning (Ohio); Trumbull (Ohio)