Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Hon. J. M. Usher” in chapter 6, section c.6.2, page 15 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18.:

... vogue. Flagman Kelley was an old employee who had lost an arm while on duty as fireman, and then carried a red flag or light as danger signal. Across the track to the left was the residence of Hon. J. M. Usher . It stood somewhat back from the village street and was heavily shaded by trees, mostly maple, with some mountain ash. A somewhat massive fence was before it, painted a somber brown, as was the hou...
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