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English: Odd Fellows' Block, Farmington, New Hampshire
Source Reproduced from an original postcard published by the Metropolitan News Company, Boston, Massachusetts
Author Unknown photographer
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Copyright expired as publication of postcard pre-dates 1923 -- see below


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  • 2012-02-23 20:08 Hugh Manatee 808×508× (218025 bytes) Odd Fellows' Block, Farmington, New Hampshire; reproduced from an original 1906 postcard published by the Metropolitan News Company, Boston, Massachusetts.

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