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Logan, Utah. 1904. I was not there. Nor could I have been.
A trim, clean-shaven businessman crosses dirt-packet Main Street in the cold sunlight of early morning. It's Monday, a new day, a new week for his knitting mill. He is tall and angular, wearing a brown suit and a round bowler hat. There's a look of determination in his eyes, a fixed state at unseen hurdles ahead. He must be to work early. The girls will be arriving soon. He must check the knitting machines, run over the inventory, count out cash for the register, and prepare for another day of running the most successful knitting mill in Northern Utah. Assistant manager is an important job. He is... He is...
Clark, Marchet, "Restoring the Past: The Knitting Mills of Logan, Utah Circa 1904" (2003). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 811.
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Krist A. Mill