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page 188 -- E.W. Hoyt, Sanderson Bros. Clothiers

updated 25 November 2018
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for further information, see next page (p.189)
Sanderson Bros. was located on Bank St. in Waterbury CT,  just behind the 7-story building.
From the Library of Congress, 1917
See page 191 for information on E.W. Hoyt
Most Hoyt advertising cards were perfumed.
Cliff & Linda Hoyt are the experts on E.W. Hoyt.
Accoding to Cliff & Linda Hoyt, E.W. Hoyt "initially worked in the apothecary shop of E.A. Staniels at the corner of Central and Middlesex Streets. Hoyt eventually became Mr. Staniels' partner and by 1863, when Mr. Staniels died, he succeeded to the full business."
Google Street View, Corner of Central and Middlesex Streets,  Lowell MA, August 2015

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