I.E. Noyes Billhead

(409) Billhead I. E. Noyes - Mutton, Lamb, Veal - Oct. 1893.-Condition: Good + Folded. Almost a full sheet. Name of company printed in Dark Print at top of bill. Company was located in Stalls 21 and 23 in the New Faneuil Hall Market in Boston. Many items purchased for a total of $55.30 handwritten. It is stamped approved by the Home for Aged Men! Unusual! Founded in 1860 in Boston as the Home for Aged Men, the first privately supported home in the area for respectable aged and indigent men. First located at 17 South Street in Boston, the Home for Aged Men was moved to 133 West Springfield Street in 1871. In addition to caring for residents of the home, the early organization also offered financial assistance and social services to needy elders. Price: $11.00 + Shipping.

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