03/24/2018 08:36 AM
FIVE(5) PIECES OF FITCHBURG EPHEMERA
Age. See below
Size. See below
Rating: 8 - 7
Comments. This lot includes a copy of the 1938 – 1939 Fishing and Game Laws of Massachusetts which is stamped” Fitchburg Hardware Co.” and is 8” high. There is a colorful 3 ¾” high x 6 ½” wide envelope from The Fitchburg Fair which is dated 1913 and appears to have never been used. Also included is three copies of” Town Talk” which are all dated 1890 or 1891 and pertain to various events as well as gossip in the city at that time. Also has lots of ads for local businesses. They are 11 ¾” high x 9 ½” wide and are either 24 or 32 pages. All are in good shape with normal use wear, have some page browning, have only a few small tears and the first page of the December 27, 1890 issue is torn. A nice lot of local ephemera for the discerning Fitchburg collector.
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