Mr. Edgerly was in Jamaica during the earthquake.
He now resides in Medford.
H. O. Moxon was postmaster following Mr. Edgerly, and he was followed by David T. Montague, the well-known lawyer of Boston.
Mr. Montague was succeeded by John Eills, who served until January 1, 1900, when the office became a third-class office.
William H. Coffey, station agent at Tufts College railroad station was appointed postmaster by President McKinley, January 1, 1900, and continued until June 30, 1907, when the office was consolidated with Boston, and he was appointed superintendent of the Tufts College Branch.
The post-office was continued at the railroad station up to Mr. Eills' term, when it was removed to a college building near its present location.
When Mr. Coffey assumed charge, the office was moved to its present quarters.
The name of the post-office was changed from College Hill to Tufts College about 1895.
This post-office was first established Novembe