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Trade of Haverhill [electronic resource].

Title
Trade of Haverhill [electronic resource].
Author
Shaw, Benjamin F.
Publication
[Haverhill, Mass. : s.n., 1875?]
Electronic Resource
American Broadsides and Ephemera

Details

Description
1 sheet ([1] p.); 48 x 31 cm.
Uniform Title
American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 13699.
Alternative Title
  • A.W. Anderson, portrait and landscape photographer, copying, enlarging, and painting, in the most artistic manner.
  • C.N. Rhodes' emporium of millinery, ladies' furnishing, furs, and small wares.
  • D.M. & J. Davis, fish, oysters and lobsters.
  • G.K. Nealley & Co. dry goods.
  • Geo. O. Harmon, boots, shoes & rubbers.
  • Hanscom Brothers, hardware, iron and steel, farmers' & mechanics' tools, paints, oils, varnish, & c.
  • J. Calderwood, clothes cleaning and dyeing, cleansing, pressing, dyeing and reapiring all kinds of ladies' and gent's clothing.
  • J.M. Gould, imported and domestic tobacco and cigars.
  • J.S. Knowles, druggist and apothecary.
  • Kempton Brothers, fruits and confectionary, dining rooms.
  • Mrs. S.L. Walker, dealer in human hair & imitation goods.
  • S.F. Young, grocer, dealer in butter, coffee, teas, country produce, &c.
Subject
Genre/Form
  • Advertisements – Commercial products.
  • Books printed as advertisements.
  • Broadsides.
  • Poems – 1875.
Note
  • Twelve poems, written by Benjamin F. Shaw, for twelve Haverhill, Mass., merchants.
  • "Entered according to act of Congress, in the office of the librarian of Congress, at Washington, by Benjamin F. Shaw, Cambridge, Mass., 1875."
  • Text in three columns; printed area, including ornamental border, measures 44.2 x 25.2 cm.
Reproduction (note)
  • Electronic text and image data.
Contents
S.F. Young, grocer, dealer in butter, coffee, teas, country produce, &c. (first line: So long as it's fashionable to have something to eat) -- G.K. Nealley & Co. dry goods (first line: Say what we will, dry goods are a blessing) -- C.N. Rhodes' emporium of millinery, ladies' furnishing, furs, and small wares. Agent for E. Butterick & Co's patterns (first line: Mr. C.N. Rhodes, with a taste most rare) -- Hanscom Brothers, hardware, iron and steel, farmers' & mechanics' tools, paints, oils, varnish, & c. (first line: In these lively times 'tis not very rare) -- A.W. Anderson, portrait and landscape photographer, copying, enlarging, and painting, in the most artistic manner (first line: To catch the most beautiful expressions of the face) -- Kempton Brothers, fruits and confectionery, dining rooms (first line: The Kempton brothers of stores keep two) -- D.M. & J. Davis, fish, oysters and lobsters (first line: Davis Brothers' is the place where all kinds of fish) -- Geo. O. Harmon, boots, shoes & rubbers (first line: The understanding distinguishes the man) -- J. Calderwood, clothes cleaning and dyeing, cleansing, pressing, dyeing and repairing all kinds of ladies' and gent's clothing. Second-hand clothing bought and sold (first line: "Your clothes to mend; and God defend!") -- Mrs. S.L. Walker, dealer in human hair & imitation goods (first line: Her customers are guided by the star) -- J.S. Knowles, druggist and apothecary (first line: There is no complaint in the whole category) -- J.M. Gould, imported and domestic tobacco and cigars (first line: Come ye! who smoke the choicest cigars).
Author
Shaw, Benjamin F.
Title
Trade of Haverhill [electronic resource].
Imprint
[Haverhill, Mass. : s.n., 1875?]
Series
American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 13699.
Reproduction
Electronic text and image data. [Chester, Vt. : Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc., 2005. Includes files in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword searchable text. (American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 13699).
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Place of Publication
United States Massachusetts Haverhill.
Added Title
S.F. Young, grocer, dealer in butter, coffee, teas, country produce, &c.
G.K. Nealley & Co. dry goods.
C.N. Rhodes' emporium of millinery, ladies' furnishing, furs, and small wares.
Hanscom Brothers, hardware, iron and steel, farmers' & mechanics' tools, paints, oils, varnish, & c.
A.W. Anderson, portrait and landscape photographer, copying, enlarging, and painting, in the most artistic manner.
Kempton Brothers, fruits and confectionary, dining rooms.
D.M. & J. Davis, fish, oysters and lobsters.
Geo. O. Harmon, boots, shoes & rubbers.
J. Calderwood, clothes cleaning and dyeing, cleansing, pressing, dyeing and reapiring all kinds of ladies' and gent's clothing.
Mrs. S.L. Walker, dealer in human hair & imitation goods.
J.S. Knowles, druggist and apothecary.
J.M. Gould, imported and domestic tobacco and cigars.
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