Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Albert H. Butters” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:

...e the bridge were three ship yards, one lumber yard, and a tan yard. Occasionally other traffic caused the draw to be opened. Mr. George Fuller, who lived in the house owned now by the heirs of Albert H. Butters , numbered 48 South street, had a ship yard on both sides of the street, and included the premises occupied in 1903 by Mr. F. E. Chandler. Mr. Paul Curtis' yard was on the corner of South and Wint...
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