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Excerpt from Sixty-Fifth Annual Report of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture, Vol. 2: Year Book, 1917
There were exhibits of fruit, vegetables, honey, wax and apiary appliances, and an ornithological exhibit, all of which attracted much attention. Other features of the meeting in which considerable interest was manifested were the corn, butter, milk and cream shows.
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