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|Named Person:||Judson J Hutchinson; Kate L Hutchinson; William Vincent Wallace|
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|Notes:||Rhyming text printed within ornamental border; name of hall and date are left blank.
Printed on yellow paper; printed area measures: 45.4 x 18.2 cm.
"Those who've no paper, or silver, or gold, can leave ... the amount in jewelry, jewsharps, or gin-ger ... or any thing else, except 'bogus' money."
"The Melodeon is splendid, and as will be seen, / Comes from the head of firms, Estey and Greene ... "
"This bill, printed and displayed so well, was executed by Forrest and Farwell [i.e. J.H. & F.F. Farwell & G. Forrest (Firm)]. They do all their work most uncommonly neat, at their office in Boston, No. 5 Lindall Street."
Signed: N. Hutchinson, agent.
Judson J. Hutchinson, Kate L. Hutchinson, and William V. Wallace toured together in 1857; cf. Story of the Hutchinsons, 1896, v. 1, p. 358-360.
|Description:||1 sheet ( p.) : ill. ; 48 x 21 cm.|