An electric power generating mill that was built by Colonel John R. Fordyce, the son of Colonel Sam Fordyce, of the Fordyce Bath House.  The Generator was built in 1921 to provide electric power to his home.  The property is now known as the Ricks Estate, last owned by Earl Ricks, a mayour of Hot Springs in the 1950's.
  
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An electric power generating mill that was built by Colonel John R. Fordyce, the son of Colonel Sam Fordyce, of the Fordyce Bath House. The Generator was built in 1921 to provide electric power to his home. The property is now known as the Ricks Estate, last owned by Earl Ricks, a mayour of Hot Springs in the 1950's.

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Date 8 Nov 2012
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