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Auburn

Newton

Rochester, N. Y.

Rochester, N. Y.

New York

Washington

Fall River

Fall River

Denver

Portland

Waterbury

Boston

Newton

New York

New York

New York

Baltimore

Portland

Marlin, Tex.

Southwest Harbor, Me.

New York

New York

Detroit

Washington

Portland

Washington

Lewiston

Levviston

Salem, N. J.

Denver

New York

New York

Boston

Portland

Portland

Philadelphia

New York

Poland

Poland

Washington

Lewiston

Boston

St. Louis

Haverhill

Elizabeth, N. J.

New Haven

New York

New York

Brockton

New York

Cambridge

Deal Beach, N. J.

Lewiston

New York

New York

New York

New York

Boston

New York

Detroit

New York

New Bedford

New Bedford

Portland

Medford

Boston

New York

New York

New York



Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. George C.

Jenkins, E. J.

King, D.

Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch

Kilborn, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.

Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. John A.

Lycett, Mr. and Mrs. E. Allen

Little, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.

Lemon, W. S.

Loveman, Mrs. H. P.

Loveman, Miss Irma

Lock wood, Miss

Lnnn, Mrs. A. N.

Lambert, Mrs. Isaac

Lambert, Miss Beulah

Lambert, Mi.ss Georgie

ManMahon, Mr. and Mrs. D'Arcy H.

MacMahon, Desmond

Macomber, Mrs. John R.

Mills, Mr. and .Mrs. Harrington

Mayo, P. H.

Moore, Miss Ethel

Magie, Mrs. David, Jr.

Murphv. E. J.

Maginnis, W. T.

Noyes, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C.

Niles, Miss

Nicholls, Bernard

Cakes, Dr. and Mrs. Wallace K.

Parker, Mrs. J. G.

Parker, Grace W. A.

Palmer, Henry IT.

Prince, Mrs. H. C.

Pounds, Henry A.

Powell. Miss

Rice, Mrs. F". James

Ryall, F. W.

Redcliffe, Mrs. F. J.

Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. A. T.

Keid, Geo. M.

Richardson, Miss Martha

Rogers, M, H.

Sanderson, Gertrude A.

Sanderson, Edward F.

Story, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Norman G.

Skene, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.

Sanderson, Mrs. M. A.

Sanderson, Miss

Soria, C. M.

Sherman, Mrs. L. I.

Sanderson, B. B.

Stern, Miss R.

Shaw, Mrs. Thos. F.

Shaw, Miss Katherine

Smith, J. E.

Solomon, Edw.

Train, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P.

Thome, G. W.

Thome, Miss

Turner, H. B.

Virgin, H. R.

Vaughn, M. L.

Vose, Geo. A.

Whitman, F. M.

Walsh, L. S.

Wiedersein, Mr. and Mrs. William A.

Watrous, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C.

Whitin, W. W.

Weiss, Mrs. H. J.

Wickwire, Ward

Wickwire, Jere

Wickwire, Mr. and Mrs. T. H., Jr.

Wilmot, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.

Whidden. H. F.

Whidden, Dr. and Mrs. J. W.



Baltiiuore
Boston
Quincy

Bethel

Chicago

Baltimore

Lewiston

New York

New York

New York

Boston

Brockton

Auburn

Auburn

Auburn

Ottawa

Ottawa

Providence

Washington

Uiclimond, Va.

Auburn

E. Orange, N. J.

Lewiston

New Orleans

VVa,shington

Boston

New York

Auburn

Baltimore

Baltimore

New York

Waterville

Portland

New York

Providence

Portland

New York

Boston

Kichmoiid, Va.

Portland

Boston

Cleveland

Providence

Philadelphia

Auburn

Lewiston

St. Louis

St. Louis

New Orleans

New York

Portland

Paris, Me.

New York

New York

Kankakee, 111.

Boston

Washington

Newark

Newark

Portland

Portland

E. Orange, N. J.

Boston

Melrose

.Salem

Phil.adelphia

Providence

Danville Junction

New York

Cortland, N. Y.

Cortland, N. Y.

Cortland, N. Y.

Bridgeport

Portland

Portland



Adams, Harry E.
Birks, J. H.



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Coon, D. W.

Coon, William R.

Kimball, Warren

Marsh, Miss Mary

Marsh, Allyn Ricker

Marsh, Robert P.

Neely, W. A.

Palmer, Benjamin

Talbot, S. L.

Tissot, E. A.

Valliant, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.



Mt. Vernon, N. Y.

Mt. Vernon, N. Y.

Haverliill

Springfield

Springfield

Springfield

Lynn

Lewiston

East Machias

New York

St. Louis



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