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Charles Brooks and his work for Normal schools. Copyright by John Albree, 1907. by John Albree of Swampscott. [Read before the Medford Historical Society, Saturday, May 5, 1906.] By way of prelude let me ask if the traditions will be violated if a text is chosen, especially if it is agreed that the text will not again be referred to? This is necessary by reason of the comments that have been made by some on learning that a paper was in preparation on Charles Brooks and His Work for Normal Schools. These comments, more or less diplomatic and guarded, have been to the effect that the name of Horace Mann ought to appear in the title. The text is One star differeth from another star in glory. ON a summer afternoon, how many years ago is not material, a baby was a member of a little party that called at the home of the Brooks family in Medford, a home that by reason of its furnishings and surroundings was entitled to be called the Brooks Mansion. Nothing could have bee
Papers and addresses. 1906-7. [Read before the Medford Historical Society.] October 15.—Mexico. Mr. George S. Delano. Followed by a social hour. November 19.—The Trees of Medford. Illustrated. Mr. Charles H. Morss. December 17.—The Royall House and its people. Miss Helen T. Wild. January 21.—The Restoration of the Flag to Sumter. Illustrated. Capt. D. Eldredge of Boston. February 18.—Some letters of Miss Lucy Osgood. Rev. Henry C. DeLong. March 18.—Annual Meeting. How I found the spinning Wheel. Mr. F. H. C. Woolley of Malden. April 15.—Women in the Civil War and now. Mrs. Sarah E. Fuller. May 20.—The first Methodist Episcopal Church in Medford. Mrs. Abby D. Saxe. Supplementary course. December 1.—Russia of the Past and of the Future. Prof. Leo Wiener of Harvard University. January 5.—Present Day Aspects in Latin America. Senorita Carolina Holman Huidobro of Boston. February 2.—Over Boston Neck to Mystic (Medford). Mr. Walter