ITEM #78

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BID: CLOSED
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$6
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BID DATE:
10/20/2018 11:15 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
sugar
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DESCRIPTION

(8) PIECES FITCHBURG EPHEMERA

Age. More than 60 years old
Composition. Paper, wood
Size. Varies
Rating: 8
Comments. This lot contains a bill head from the WEIM radio station dated 1943, an envelope from The White Drugstore, and a blotter from Fitchburg Duck Mills. Thereís 1950 calendar from the Senay Drug Co, a wooden postcard, a football program from St. Bernardís high school dated 1948, and an Elk decal. There is a notepad from the Farnsworth Brothers which has a date written inside of 1889 as well as a handwritten sporadic documentary of a young boy from the date of his birth in February till October 1890. Everything is in good shape normal use wear could have some page browning and soiling/stains. An interesting little lot of ephemera from the City by the River.

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