Addison Mural #3

Pictured front and center is the Noell family from the late 1800's. It is this family that started the cotton gin that is the basis of these four photomontage murals. On the left is the façade of the gin shortly before it was destroyed in 1996. Above that, the image of a computer microprocessor board represents the present and future of Addison. On the right are images of an old school, a windmill on the Conference Center grounds, and an airplane at Addison Airport.