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Chrome Era Postcard

Ressler's Mill at Mascot RONKS PENNSYLVANIA Vintage Postcard

Ressler's Mill at Mascot RONKS PENNSYLVANIA Vintage Postcard

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Vintage chrome era postcard featuring Ressler's Mill at Mascot located in Ronks, Pennsylvania, the "Heart of Amishland." Powered by waters of the Mill Creek, Mascot Roller Mill, built in 1760 is the oldest continuously operating grist mill in the United States. Amish farmers regularly used this mill for grinding gran and meal.

  • Era: Chrome, 1969
  • Location: Ronks, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Publisher: Mel Horst Photography, Wittner, Pennsylvania
  • Photographer: Melvin J. Horst
  • Subject: Grist mill
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Postmark: Not posted
  • Size: 5 ½” x 3 ½”

Packaged in protective postcard sleeve.

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