Feltville Mill


             In 1845, David Felt built a 3Ĺ story mill, powered by water from the Blue Brook, to serve as a factory for his printing business, Stationers Hall Press.

            Felt built an entire town, Feltville, on the bluff overlooking the mill to house his workers. A 3-bay garage next to the mill housed ox-drawn wagons that carried Feltís stationary products to his store in New York City.

            The mill was torn down in 1930.







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