Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Henry T. Wood” in chapter 6, section c.6.2, page 15 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18.:
... in gilded iron capitals.
In this building Ellis Pitcher kept a grocery, and also the West Medford post office.
A very ordinary road led southward by the seminary building past the residence of Henry T. Wood and the double-decked cupola, to a bridge and across the river.
This was Harvard avenue, and from this diagonally across the field to the railroad was a row of poplar trees that grew to large propo...
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