Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Edward Kakas” in chapter 10 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15.:
After eighteen years of use, the town decided on a larger structure and secured the present admirable location on High street. In 1869 this second house and land was sold for $I,200 to Edward Kakas , who had it converted into a dwelling-house.
The cupola and the four corner turrets were removed and the exterior refinished.
The entrance porch forms a bay-window, and the roof is slightly eleva...
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