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According to an article about the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection appearing in the
Summer 1965 issue of Food Marketing in New England (First National Stores, v. 26 no. 1 p. 22-3):
For additional information on Higgins' (and H.M.S. Pinafor), see page 121 of the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection. According to the Seattle Public Library, Charles S. Higgins,"his wife Mary and their children, Charles, Lillie and Minnie, lived in Brooklyn [NY]...The family's home address in 1880 was 95 Sixth Ave."
|Weinstein & Holtzman list this address as 29 Park Row.|
I'm guessing that this is the building that housed F.B. Patterson, perhaps through
the door to the right, which would have been #27.
Google Street View Aug 2013
The effectiveness of Nestle's product is promoted by this Google Books resource published by the Nestle company:
|Meet H.R. Steven's dog!|
H.R. Stevens, "sole proprietor of Vegetine," 464 Broadway, Boston MA
Chaim M. Rosenberg's book as digitized on Google Books notes that H.R. Stevens had great success:
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