Mabry Mill on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia
Signed and Numbered
16" X 19.5" Lightograph Print Drawing Limites on
Neutral Ivory Confirmation Grade Paper
Mabry Mill built by Ed Mabry and wife and the surrounding structures began being built around 1900’s. It has rich history and became part of the Industrial Revolution. I am an artist and not a writer, I recommend Google “History of Mabry Mill” for a wealth of books containing dates of all it operations, with folks names and dates of the Mill’s Service's.
Mabry Mill is on the Blue Ridge Parkway at mile post 176.2 as a testament of our forefathers who built the many services it provided for the surrounding community. It was sold to the National Park Service in the late 1930’s, a few years after Ed Mabry’s death. Ed Mabry started the mill construction in 1900’s and and it was operational for several tasks including a saw mill. The National Park Service acquired Mabry Mill in 1938 after Ed Mabry passed away.
As an artist it was difficult pen and Ink to do but gave me many years of enjoyment drawing.
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Prints are Limited Edition Signed and Numbered