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Almost all are in good condition, and those along Pine Street are connected by steel truss, wood frame, second-story passageways.

Erected in 1886 at the southeast corner of Forest and Elm Streets, this complex, consists chiefly of three three-story, rectangular-shaped, east-west oriented, approximately 300-foot-long mills and one similarly constructed operatives' cafeteria.

Usually workers had the option of renting or purchasing with the help of company-financed loans.

Most early tenant residences were apparently single-family dwellings, but subsequently the company built two-, three-, and four-family units as well as boarding houses for both male and female workers.

Still standing and in relatively sound condition are 16 mills and several support buildings that date from 1886-1916.

Except for the easternmost outbuilding, which is situated at 148 Forest Street, the entire spinning complex, which housed Pioneer Parachute during World War II, is owned at present by Northern Star Textile Corporation, of which Cheney Brothers, Inc. The firm leases out some space in the mill buildings but uses most of it for storage.

Also part of the present Cheney Brothers, Inc., operation, these three mills rise three stories over a partially raised basement.

Except for one gray-painted brick structure, all these buildings are red brick with green-painted window, door, and roof trim.

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Cheney Brothers, Inc., utilizes eight of the mills, and various other owners and tenants occupy the rest.

He might not be pleased, however, that the village is considered by many historians, like Ruth O. Anderson, as an excellent example of the "benevolent paternalism" of many 19th and early 20th century textile mill owners.[2] For while recognizing South Manchester as atypical in beauty and comfort, Nelson applauded the Cheneys as the creators of "not such a model village as a family would erect as a monument to its own benevolence" but "a community of friendly neighbors and good citizens."[3] According to Buckley, both "welfare capitalism" and "civic responsibility" contributed to the Cheney family's development of South Manchester.