Saw a report yesterday that Connecticut Mills (a/k/a Powdrell & Alexander #3, a/k/a Risom) is to be torn down once the demolition of the P&A Mill at the old rotary is complete. The Providence & Worcester Railroad has complained that the rear of the mill is start to collapse, endangering the railroad tracks.
I found that cool drawing at https://www.digitalcommonwealth.org/search/commonwealth:2r36vc08h
And while googling around saw a reference to it being a former furniture factory which surprised me -- indeed, the name "Risom" was for the furniture company which originally began production in North Grosvenordale before moving here.
Even more surprising, they were a leader in mid-century Modern furniture (with the founder musing chairs that sold for $21 after World War II now sell for $600 as antiques):
Much more on Jens Risom here: http://www.dedeceblog.com/2010/07/06/jens-risom-a-20th-century-design-star-2/ (which is such a good article, I archived it here.)