A century-old concern: business of Jones, McDuffee & Stratton Co. Founded by Otis Norcross, the elder, in 1810, unbroken record of growth and progress, the largest wholesale and retail crockery, china and glassware establishment in the country ...
The H.G. Ellis Co., Printers, 1910 - 52 pages
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