After the Harvest, Indiana's historic grain elevators and feed mills

After the Harvest, Indiana's historic grain elevators and feed mills by John Bower

ISBN10: 0974518638
ISBN13: 978-0974518633
Author: John Bower
Title: After the Harvest, Indiana's historic grain elevators and feed mills
Publisher: Studio Indiana; 1st edition (March 15, 2007)
Language: English
Size ePub: 1862 kb
Size PDF: 1675 kb
Rating: 3.5/5
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Subcategory: Americas

After the Harvest, Indiana's historic grain elevators and feed mills by John Bower



Sentinels. Guardians. Cathedrals. These are just some of the words used to describe the towering grain elevators still dotting Indiana's countryside. Join master photographer John Bower as he celebrates, in stunning black-and-white imagery, the majestic dignity of these vanishing agricultural icons along with small-town feed mills and picturesque grist mills. This latest book from Studio Indiana celebrates these magnificent, and vanishing, structures. At one time, nearly every Indiana town had a local grain elevator, or a feed mill. Towering above the landscape often taller than trees, church steeples, main street stores, and even some courthouses these stark, geometric buildings were the castles of the Hoosier heartland. Today, many of the smaller operations have been abandoned and stand forlornly in our midst.

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