The Granite monthly : a magazine of literature, history and state progress . Dean, JosephC. Adams, and James F. Hayes, one ofthe selectmen; the Pingree farm, onwhich is the oldest house now standing daughter,is a recent graduate in town, the home of John D. andRansom C Pingree ; George R. McFar-lands cosy dwelling, the pride of a vet-eran who shoes horses and raises bigstrawberries with equal facility, andthe well tilled farm of Deacon SethEittlefield, whose onhMiss Anna Mof the Philadelphia Medical college. Main street, which runs over Colbyhill, is the business centre of thetown, and the han

The Granite monthly : a magazine of literature, history and state progress . Dean, JosephC. Adams, and James F. Hayes, one ofthe selectmen; the Pingree farm, onwhich is the oldest house now standing daughter,is a recent graduate in town, the home of John D. andRansom C Pingree ; George R. McFar-lands cosy dwelling, the pride of a vet-eran who shoes horses and raises bigstrawberries with equal facility, andthe well tilled farm of Deacon SethEittlefield, whose onhMiss Anna Mof the Philadelphia Medical college. Main street, which runs over Colbyhill, is the business centre of thetown, and the han Stock Photo
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The Granite monthly : a magazine of literature, history and state progress . Dean, JosephC. Adams, and James F. Hayes, one ofthe selectmen; the Pingree farm, onwhich is the oldest house now standing daughter, is a recent graduate in town, the home of John D. andRansom C Pingree ; George R. McFar-lands cosy dwelling, the pride of a vet-eran who shoes horses and raises bigstrawberries with equal facility, andthe well tilled farm of Deacon SethEittlefield, whose onhMiss Anna Mof the Philadelphia Medical college. Main street, which runs over Colbyhill, is the business centre of thetown, and the handsome residenceson either side bespeak the comforta-ble prosperity of her citizens. Atthe easterly end of the street is thepleasant home of one of the townsmost honored residents, ProfessorJames P. Dixon, for eleven yearspresident of Colby academy, and oneof the finest classical and mathemati-cal teachers in the state, but nowenjoying a well earned vacation and2:atheriii2r strength and visror for com- A rif v?> W n w r, -. ^&£^.-lL* Residence of Professor Dixon.. ing duties. Directly opposite is thehomestead of the late Stephen Mes-ser, a sterling man, generous, whole-souled, who amassed a competenceliterally by the sweat of his brow, hisfarm being one of the finest in town, 120 A SKETCH OF NEW LONDON. Eip%>mr -?-? ? --Cv-yEr^v., ^.,

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