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01/17/2018 08:49 PM
(29) PIECES ASSORTED FITCHBURG EPHEMERA
Age. Varies but vintage
Comments. Large lot of Fitchburg related ephemera includes an ad as well has a film developing envelope from the Iver Johnson. There are items from the high school alumni Association dated 1928, water bills dated 1911, 1915 or 1917, and a commencement program for the 1929 high school graduation. There is a 1956 high school football schedule, local bill heads of items sold to the Bolduc Ice Company and membership cards to the Lemay Recreation Club dated 1928. There is even five ink blotters from the Lawrence and Klein Lumber Company and they business card from W.H. Stevenson the Eye Doctor that was located on Main Street. Everything is in good shape with normal use wear, could have some soiling or could have some fold/tears. There is even a program for a dinner with the Priest of St. Joseph dated 1936 that is all in French. A nice lot of local memorabilia from The City by the River.
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