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02/19/2018 09:30 PM
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(3) PIECES OF ANTIQUE FITCHBURG EPHEMERA (1875-1911)

Age. See below
Composition. Paper
Size. Varies
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments. This lot includes a copy of “ GREATE CONCERTE” that is dated 1875 and was held in the town hall of Fitchburg. Also included is a copy of” OLD HOME WEEK, FITCHBURG, MASS POEM” by Mary Lowe Dickinson that is dated July, 1902. There is also a complete 1911 calendar from the W.E. Putney Insurance of Fitchburg Mass. All are in good shape with normal use wear, could have page browning, soiling/stains and there are some lines through some of the days on the calendar. Some nice vintage ephemera from the City By The River.

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