Statistics for occurrence #1 of “a Mr. Winneck” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 11.:

...ty Hall was the residence of James M. Usher, the latest historian of Medford, and the first, I believe, to establish a newspaper in town. Just above Mr. Usher's, in a modest little store, kept by a Mr. Winneck , was the postoffice. It may be that I was a trifle impatient at times, but it used to seem to me that Mr. Winneck took his duties too seriously. There were no letter-carriers in those days, and ...
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