On Newark Avenue SW at Newark Street SW, on the right when traveling south on Newark Avenue SW.
Clarkdale is significant as an intact industrial village, locally called a mill village. Built according to a master plan for the employees of Clark Thread Company, it evolved into a self-contained community with commercial, social and recreational . . . — — Map (db m33466) HM
On Austell Powder Springs Road at Bloomfield Avenue, on the right when traveling south on Austell Powder Springs Road.
The Clarkdale Thread Mill and its 96 bungalow style homes were designed by the J. E. Sirrine Company of Greenville, South Carolina, a company noted for progressive mill village planning, for the Clark Thread Company, a Scottish company with . . . — — Map (db m55279) HM
On Newark Street SW at Newark Avenue SW, on the right when traveling west on Newark Street SW.
In 1931 Clark Thread Company opened a spinning mill here, giving the local economy a boost during the Great Depression with the creation of approximately 650 new jobs. Baled cotton was spun into unfinished thread that was then shipped to a finishing . . . — — Map (db m33467) HM