Wrapper: Burbank Paper Mill, Sutton, Massachusetts

Manufacturer Caleb Burbank American

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This wrapper is a fascinating survival that records details of the history of the Burbank Paper Mill at Sutton, Massachusetts. The printed image of a native American was a company symbol that refers to the Nipmuc natives who sold the land to the first colonial settlers of the town. The printed and inscribed names refer to successive mill owners and paper makers.

Wrapper: Burbank Paper Mill, Sutton, Massachusetts, Caleb Burbank (American, born 1761), Woodcut, stamped and inscribed with pen and ink

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