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Home of Cadick's Gold Dust Flour, Cadick Milling Co., Grandview, Indiana

Description: Grandview was named for its location on a bluff that offers views of the Ohio River. A flour mill erected in the 1850s was sold to William Cadick and Son in 1883. The mill shipped flour to the South via riverboat from its two warehouses by the river.
Origin: 1911
Publisher: Digital Image 2009 Indiana Historical Society. All Rights Reserved.
Source: http://images.indianahistory.org/cdm/ref/collection/P0391/id/1031
Collection: Postcards of Indiana the Jay Small Collection
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Geography: Indiana
Spencer
Grandview
Subjects: Spencer County (Ind.)
Mills
Flour & meal industry

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