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|for information on this brew, see|
page 150 of the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection
|located at 161 State St.|
|T.I. Gwillim was listed in the 1885 Hartford County Directory|
and was also in the 1880 census for Bristol CT, listed as a watch repairer.
In addition, a Google search (The Christian Advocate) reveals T.I. Gwillim was among the "happy, optomistic and robust Methodists" who came together on Friday 27 April 1906 for a banquet of the Methodist Social Union of Central Connecticut:
|H.D. Gwillim: 7 N. Main St., Bristol CT (1920)|
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