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Clay pipes were smoked quite commonly up to and through World War I. They were called "T.D." pipes and most were made in Ireland.

The imprinted words read: "Boston Bean Pipe". This particular pipe seems to be made in Germany as noted on the stem…

These cigarettes were sold in the 1910's for a nickel a pack, 10 cigarettes.
This pack was found in the wall of a house at 23 Walnut St. that was built in 1914.