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Eastburn-Jeanes Limekilns, On Papermill Road & on Pike Creek Road, Newark, New Castle County, DE

Eastburn-Jeanes Limekilns, On Papermill Road & on Pike Creek Road, Newark, New Castle County, DE

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Contributors

Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Jeanes , Abel
Eastburn , David
Poppy, Hugo
Brill, John L
Herber, Carl
Eastburn, Joseph
Griffin, Douglas L, project manager
Comp, T Allan, project manager
State of Delaware, Division of Historical & Cultural Affairs, sponsor
Eleutherian Mills Hagley Foundation, sponsor
Lowe, John T, photographer
Brooks, Earl, photographer
Smith, Raymond W, historian
McIntire, Judson J, delineator
Davis, Dennis L, delineator
Anderson, Katherine Dougall, delineator
Campbell, Deborah Ann, delineator
Edmonson, James M, historian
Derganc, Christopher S, historian
Foote, Charles A, photographer
Rineer, George W, photographer
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Newark (Del.)39.72443, -75.70135
Google Map of 39.7244313, -75.7013473
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