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1890

Frawley, John

From / John Frawley / Erving, Mass. / Quarryman

Erving (Mass.) - Shipping label from quarryman and granite and marble monument manufacturer.

Association for Gravestone Studies Ephemera Collection

1920

Ancient Order of United Workmen. Wantastiquet Lodge, No. 71

Read Carefully

Orange (Mass.) - Dues notice

Association for Gravestone Studies Ephemera Collection

1890

Frawley, John

John Frawley Dealer in Granite and Marble Monuments

Erving (Mass.) - Business card from quarryman and granite and marble monument manufacturer.

Association for Gravestone Studies Ephemera Collection

1890

Fair Haven Marble & Marbleized Slate Co.,

Circular letter to Electrical Engineers

Fair Haven (Vt.) - Offering slate for use "where it is desirable in electrical Mechanism" by the "oldest and largest of the Slate producing forms in this country."

Association for Gravestone Studies Ephemera Collection

1888

In loving remembrance of Mrs. Elizabeth Phelps

Lockport (N.Y.) - Cabinet card-sized memorial card for Elizabeth Phelps, died Nov. 26, 1888. Phelps is buried in Cold Spring Cemetery, Lockport, N.Y.

Association for Gravestone Studies Ephemera Collection

1890

Lamprey & Dickey, Manufacturer of and Dealers in Monuments, Tablets, Gravestones

Laconia (N.H.) - Trade card for manufacturer of marble and granite monuments illustrated with vignette of urn and obelisk. Lamprey and Dickey operated from 1847-1897.

Association for Gravestone Studies Ephemera Collection

1890

Frawley, John

John Frawley, Quarryman

Erving (Mass.) - Business card from quarryman and granite and marble monument manufacturer, "and dealer in rough anc cut stone, building work, street curbing, granite monuments, and cemetery curbing etc. etc."

Association for Gravestone Studies Ephemera Collection

1819 Oct. 6

Smith, Noah

Invoice to Joseph Doe for purchase of a pair of gravestones

Portsmouth (N.H) - Receipt for pair of gravestone with 70 letters (7.00), "to be deliverd when caled for." Smith is recorded as a carver in Portsmouth in the first decade of the 19th century.

Association for Gravestone Studies Ephemera Collection

1895 May 14

Meade, P. F.

Letter from P. F. Meade to Samuel M. Green

Holyoke (Mass.) - "I will furnish the 13 Brown stone stills & the 5 granite door sills for the sum of $100.-- one Hundred Dollars." With letterhead advertising "building stone and monumental work."

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