In this photo, taken at the Elliott Plant in 1964, a man performs a roving action, the final phase of carding where fibers are untangled, cleaned and intermixed to produce a continuous string suitable for spinning.
In this photo, taken at the Elliott Plant in 1964, a man performs a roving action, the final phase of carding where fibers are untangled, cleaned and intermixed to produce a continuous string suitable for spinning. Contributed by Fort Mill History Museum
In this photo, taken at the Elliott Plant in 1964, a man performs a roving action, the final phase of carding where fibers are untangled, cleaned and intermixed to produce a continuous string suitable for spinning. Contributed by Fort Mill History Museum

For 130 years, it was the fabric of Fort Mill. Museum exhibit tells the whole story

December 26, 2017 05:30 PM