Stafford Flour Mills in Kansas : News Photo

Stafford Flour Mills in Kansas

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Wichita Eagle / Contributor
Staffor County Flour Mills built concrete mill and storage silos after the original plant was destroyed by fire, the new plant opened in August of 1914. These structures are stilled used when making Hudson Flour. (Bo Rader/Wichita Eagle/MCT via Getty Images)
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Staffor County Flour Mills built concrete mill and storage silos after the original plant was destroyed by fire, the new plant opened in August of 1914. These structures are stilled used when making Hudson Flour. (Bo Rader/Wichita Eagle/MCT via Getty Images)
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February 07, 2013
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Staffor County Flour Mills built concrete mill and storage silos... News Photo 161938012Built Structure,Concrete,Fire,Horizontal,Hudson,Kansas,Lifestyles,New,Open,Plant,Silo,Storage,USAPhotographer Collection: McClatchy-Tribune 2013 MCTStaffor County Flour Mills built concrete mill and storage silos after the original plant was destroyed by fire, the new plant opened in August of 1914. These structures are stilled used when making Hudson Flour. (Bo Rader/Wichita Eagle/MCT via Getty Images)