Gallego Flour Mills
The Gallego Flour Mills was a flour mill located in Richmond, Virginia, United States. Founded by Joseph Gallego in the 1790s, the mill gained international reputation for the superior type of flour that was shipped from there to Europe and South America. Further, the mills became iconic image of the defeated south after Matthew Brady shot a photo of the Mills after much of the city burned in 1865.
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- "The charred remains of the Gallego Mills became an iconic image of the fall of the Confederacy and the utter devastation of the Civil War"
- "Alexander Gardner: [Ruins of the Gallego Flour Mills, Richmond, Virginia] (33.65.11,33.65.226) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art". Metmuseum.org. 2014-06-02. Retrieved 2015-06-05.
- "Ruins of Gallego Flour Mills". Mdgorman.com. 2004-03-26. Retrieved 2015-06-05.
- Loc.gov, Additional pictures of the mill
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