Catalog Record: The Portsmouth directory, containing the city record, and the names of the citizens, with business and street directories | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Portsmouth directory, containing the city record, and the names of the citizens, with business and street directories.

Language(s): English
Published: [Boston, Mass.] : Dean Dudley,
Subjects: Kittery (Me.) > Directories.
Durham (N.H.) > Directories.
Rye (N.H.) > Directories.
New Castle (N.H.) > Directories.
Greenland (N.H.) > Directories.
Portsmouth (N.H.) > Directories.
Note: Title varies: 1879-1882 Greenough's directory of the inhabitants, institutions, manufacturing establishments, business, societies, business firms, etc., etc., in the City of Portsmouth. 1883/84- Portsmouth directory ... 1928/9-1931 W.A. Greenough Co.'s Portsmouth directory. 1937-1943 Manning's Portsmouth, Greenland, New Castle, Rye, Durham (New Hampshire) Kittery (Maine) directory. 1947 Manning's Portsmouth, Rye (New Hampshire) Kittery (Maine) directory. 1950- Manning's Portsmouth (New Hampshire) and Kittery (Maine) directory.
Description based on 1867.
Physical Description: v. ; 24-26 cm.
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