Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Hall” in chapter 27 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 20.:
...ther. Probably the elder Wells sent the letter he had written to Mr. Hall to his son, who added the explanation which closed the transaction satisfactorily to all, and then forwarded the sheet to Mr. Hall . A scrap of paper in the Hall collection contains a memoranda of trees bought in New York, and shows the purchase of three early Red Rareripes, three late Red Rareripes, two Beurre Colmars and tw...
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