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Topic: wilton

1829
1829
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2010
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Map of part of New Hampshire and Massachusetts, showing the location of the Wilton and other railroads.

Map of part of New Hampshire and Massachusetts, showing the location o...

Shows area of Cheshire, Hillsborough, and northern part of Middlesex county. Chartered December 28, 1844.

Geo. A. Sawin, Co. A, 22 Mass., Philadelphia / I. Wilton Hall, photo. printer, 21 School Street, Boston.

Geo. A. Sawin, Co. A, 22 Mass., Philadelphia / I. Wilton Hall, photo. ...

Photograph shows reproduction of 1862 photograph of George A. Sawin, musician of Co. A, 22nd Massachusetts Infantry Regiment in uniform.

Messer's inhaling tube Dr. Wilton's catarrh cure, and mandrake and horehound pills.

Messer's inhaling tube Dr. Wilton's catarrh cure, and mandrake and hor...

Prints show, on the left, Messer's patented inhaling tube, for use with, on the right, Dr. Wilton's catarrh cure.

Messer's inhaling tube Dr. Wilton's catarrh cure, and mandrake and horehound pills.

Messer's inhaling tube Dr. Wilton's catarrh cure, and mandrake and hor...

Prints show, on the left, Messer's patented inhaling tube, for use with, on the right, Dr. Wilton's catarrh cure.

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