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Identifier: directoryofinhab1884wagr
Title: Directory of the inhabitants, institutions, manufacturing establishments, business, societies, etc., etc., in the towns of Waltham and Watertown
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: W. A. Greenough
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Contributing Library: Waltham Public Library
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Sorolns, 150,000. DIRECTORS. F. M. STONE, W. W. CLARK, JOSIAH BEARD, WM. FOSTER, CHAS. W. FOGG, RITFITS WARREN,H. L,. HOVEY, H. B. BEAMAN, FRANCIS BUTTRICK. BANK HOURS, 8.30 to 2.30. THE WALTHAM RECORD, THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN WALTHAM. ———.—— Contains all the Local News. —-————— JS. I*. JBefBJfl*, Proprietor. Special attention paid to every variety of Office, 244 Main Street, WALTHAM. W. L. FISHER & CO., Dealers in Imgsm, Periodicals & Fancy Goods, Blank and Juvenile Books, Stationery, &c. Cor. Main and Church Sts, WALTHAM. 364 ADVERTISEMENTS. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.

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Title: The typography of advertisements that pay : how to choose and combine type faces, engravings and all the other mechanical elements of modern advertisement construction
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Farrar, Gilbert Powderly, 1886-
Subjects: Advertising Type and type-founding Typesetting
Publisher: New York London : D. Appleton and company
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Title: The Oölogist for the student of birds, their nests and eggs
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors: Lattin, Frank H
Subjects: Birds Birds
Publisher: Albion, N.Y. : Frank H. Lattin
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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n withthe Cleveland Bird-LoversAssociation, and devoted to Bird Study andConservation .50 a Year 15 Cents a Copy AGENTS WANTED NO FREE COPIES AddressEDITOR BLUE-BIRD, Dept. R.1010 Euclid Ave. CLEVELAND, OHIO THE BRUCE MUSEUMOf Natural History, History and Art Wishes to correspond with reliable men possessingcollections of North American Birds, Eggs orMammals, particularly of the New England States.Only Mounted material will be considered and thisonly if it bears full data. Nothing will be considered that is not up tothe standard of this Museum. That means perfect specimens, perfectly mounted. Any reliable man who wishes to dispose of his col-lection for a moderate amount of cash would do usa favor by corresponding with us. Anyone whowishes to make gifts to this Museum, may knowthat they will be deeply appreciated.BRUCE MUSEUMGreenwich, ConnecticutPaul G. Howes – Assistant Curator 2- The Oolocist. BIRDS-NESTS-EGGS TAXIDERMY Vol. XXXV. No. 6. ALBION, N. Y., June 1, 1919. Whole No. 383

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Black Headed Gulls II THE OOLOGIST BRIEF SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!Wanted, Exchange, For 8*1 •, Hto., inserted in this department at II ••»*§for each 25 words for one Issue; each additional word 1 eent. No notlee in-serted for less than 25 cents. We will advertise the skins, nests, eggs, or mounted specimens of North Amer-ican Birds for sale for persons having a lawful authority under the law to dealin the same. These columns are for the use of those desiring to make bona fideexchanges of such specimens for scientific collecting purposes only.—EDITOR. in answering advertisements in these columns mention The Oologist, andthereby help us, as well as the advertiser and yourself. BIRDS Send me the list of A 1 Bird Skins that youhave to dispose of by exchange or otherwise.R. M. BARNES, Lacon, 111. WAITED—One or two young pigeonhawks or Richardson Merlins. Must beabsolutely uninjured and no importantfeathers broken. Will pay a fair pricefor good birds. Write me when nestis located fo

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