Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Miss Barr” in chapter 28 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15.:
..., It is rather monotonous, being at the head all the time. Miss Barr quickly responded, Then I'll break that monotony for you. This she did, and retained the place till the close of the year. Miss Barr was called to the high school to be Mr. Charles Cummings' assistant March 1, 1866, which place she held until the summer of 1875, when she left to devote a year to study in Europe. At this time her...
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