The Fitchburg Literary Club was organized some fifteen years ago.
What is true of the Fitchburg is equally true of the erstwhile Housatonic.
The paper manufacturing interest in Fitchburg is valuable and extensive.
But we must not dwell longer upon Fitchburg or its environs.
The freedom of Fitchburg from strikes is due to the intelligence of the workmen, and the fairness of the employers.
Unfortunately the little Fitchburg road never had much of a chance for its money.
It seemed an inappropriate manner of arrival—the Fitchburg Railroad.
The Lowell is the natural terminus of the Northern line, and the Fitchburg is the natural terminus of the tunnel line.
The first named firm occupies the "Stone Mill," one of the old land-marks of Fitchburg.
We have assurances that the Fitchburg Railroad Company will assent to the terms of this bill.