Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Usher” in chapter 10 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15.:
... or offered to furnish plans for the same. These plans, he writes, were drawn in the old English style, and were adopted, not without his criticism. Then the question of frontage came up again. Mr. Usher wanted it northwest, and here was open war again. Mr. Usher controlled the subscription, saying, Unless the house fronts to suit me you can have none of this money. At last Mr. Hatch is quoted as...
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