The Colonial Book of the Towle Mfg. Company, Silversmiths: Which is Intended to Delineate and Describe Some Quaint and Historic Places in Newburyport and Vicinity and Show the Origin and Beauty of the Colonial Pattern of Silverware
Press of Springfield Printing and Binding Company, 1908 - Newburyport (Mass.) - 74 pages
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