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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15., Two Medford buildings of the Fifties. (search)
village church. Mr. Brooks gives the names of the building committee and adds, they spared no pains in procuring a skillful draughtsman. We wish he had given his name, as careful search fails to reveal it. He mentioned the builder, George A. Caldwell, but in his history omits many interesting and noteworthy matters because courtesy, usage, or custom forbids. Not so the committee, however, for in the city clerk's office are its reports, both majority and minority. The former, dated March 1, 1852, shows the entire expense to have been $3,370.82. Of this, $417 was for land at three cents per foot, and $187.52 for furniture and stove. The committee, pleading guilty to exceeding the appropriation, began by saying that one of its number had declined to serve, prior to the commencement of the building. It told of a plan, presented by a liberal hand, and of $939.55 subscribed toward the construction, rather than to have a one-story structure erected. It reported $893.55 of this coll