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CAMBRIDGE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY

744 Massachusetts Ave.

CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS

Conducted on the Rochdale Plan

PRINTING DEPARTMENT

This department is fully equipped with a fine assortment of new type, the mos approved machinery, and a staff of skilled workers. Book, Job, and Pamphle Printing done in good style at reasonable rates.

GROCERY DEPARTMENT

Replete with a choice line of fine groceries at market prices. Strict attentio to the wants of members. Orders called for and delivered.

BOOK AND STATIONERY DEPARTMENT

A full list of Works on Social and Economic Questions. The most complet list of Books on co-operation in this state. History of Co-operation, by G. Holyoake; Working-man Co-operators, by Jones and Ackland; The Co-oper tive Movement To-day, by G. J. Holyoake.

The profits of this Society are shared amongst those producing them. persons may join. Every information gladly furnished on application at the office.

THE PROSPECT UNION BUILDING 744 Mass. Ave. (near Central Sq.)

CAMBRIDGE, MAS

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CAMBRIDGE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY

744 Massachusetts Ave.

CAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS

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185.. This department is fully equipped with a fine assortment of new type, the most approved machinery, and a staff of skilled workers. Book, Job, and Pamphlet Printing done in good style at reasonable rates.

GROCERY DEPARTMENT

Replete with a choice line of fine groceries at market prices. Strict attention to the wants of members. Orders called for and delivered.

BOOK AND STATIONERY DEPARTMENT

A full list of Works on Social and Economic Questions. The most complete list of Books on co-operation in this state. History of Co-operation, by G. J. Holyoake; Working-man Co-operators, by Jones and Ackland; The Co-operative Movement To-day, by G. J. Holyoake.

The profits of this Society are shared amongst those producing them. All persons may join.

Every information gladly furnished on application at the office.

THE PROSPECT UNION BUILDING
744 Mass. Ave. (near Central Sq.)

CAMBRIDGE, MASS.

THE BULLETIN

The Cambridge Public Library Bulletin will be published on or about the 15th day of each month. The primary object of the publication is to present lists of new books added to the library.

The book notices will be more extended than those of the weekly lists hitherto published in the newspapers, and which will be continued as heretofore. The bulletin will also make possible the publication of special reading lists either on topics of the day or on suggested subjects.

The bulletin is for free distribution. Copies may be had at all times at the library, at the local delivery stations, and possibly at a few other places to be determined later. The cost of the bulletin sent by mail will be twenty-five cents per annum, payable in advance. Subscriptions will be received at the library, or at the office of the Cambridge Co-operative Society, 744 Massachusetts

avenue.

Books which have the letter R in place of the call number may be found in the reference library.

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The library is open for the delivery of books, except Sundays and holidays, from 10 A.M. until 8 P.M. Reading-rooms open from 10 A.M. until 9 P.m., and on Sundays from 2 until 6 P.M.

LOCAL DELIVERY STATIONS
Books are collected from and delivered to all local stations, Mondays
Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

Marcellus I. Dow, 169 Pearl St., Cambridgeport.
E. C. Gove, 275 Main St., Cambridgeport.
Mrs. H. M. Grant, 2 Holworthy St., Cambridge.
James W. Hunnewell, 2074 Massachusetts Ave., North Cambridge.
Carrie E. Phillips, corner of Huron and Concord Avenues.
Prospect Union, 744 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridgeport.
L. W. Reycroft, 336 Cambridge St., East Cambridge.
Michael Whalen, 2530 Massachusetts Ave., North Cambridge,

Junction.

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