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The Watermill.According to Alfonso, this photo was taken after the mill was no longer operating. It was situated near the Bosco di Sant'Amico. The watermill was destroyed by the Germans in 1943.
From Alfonso diSanza d'Alena:
"The young woman in the centre of the photo is my mother Laura. There's also my grandmother Venusta, but I can't identify her. The date is about 1940."
For a closeup of the women, click here.
Pianta del mulino al Vallone
Fatta dal 188? ?? Domenico Salvatore
Spettante per porzione ad Eliseo
Mark's note: Eliseo is the son of Tommaso Cipriano diTella.
Translated by Alfonso diSanza d'Alena:
Plan of the mill to the Vallone (Vallone is the name of the place)
designed about 188(?) d. Domenico Salvatore
being up in portion to Eliseo.
Alfonso wrote: "The Vallone is not a river; it's a stream that runs in the Bosco of S.Amico. I don't know if it flows directly in the Sangro River or if it flows in one of its affluent. For sure its water goes in someway into the Sangro River."
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