Statistics for occurrence #1 of “a Mr. Hobbs” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 14.:
...law. The Mr. Hadley who preceded J. E. Ober may have succeeded Mr. Milliken. Mr. Ober sold out to Lockhart & Munsey; and there was T. H. Nourse, who also came from the Foot of the Rocks; also a Mr. Hobbs . These were the advance guard of the present army of local milkmen. In Mr. Wait's reminiscences, which follow, there is ample opportunity to read between the lines by comparison with present-da...
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