The Columbus City Mills complex dates back to 1826. Burned on Easter Sunday 1865 by raiders of Sherman's army, it was rebuilt a year later and expanded over the years. These photos were taken in the summer of 2000, and since that time the newer buildings have been torn down, leaving only the building on the left in the first photo.
These photos were taken with a Nikon F3, 28mm f2.8 Nikkor AI-S. Film was Plus-X, developed in D-76. It was the last roll I developed and printed before retiring my darkroom.