re, for he wore a long cape, tall hat and though very erect carried a stout cane.
When I first saw him I thought some old Puritan had come back to life.
Charles R. Adams, who won fame on the operatic stage abroad, is remembered by many, as he had a residence here for several years (1879-1882). At that time he was filling an efor singing when very young.
He spent many years in Germany and Austria, where he became a celebrated opera singer.
The Emperor of Austria frequently requested Mr. Adams to sing before him and his friends at Vienna, and Mr. Adams brought home to America a laurel wreath presented him while abroad.
Antonio F. de Navarro receivedMr. Adams brought home to America a laurel wreath presented him while abroad.
Antonio F. de Navarro received reflected glory by his marriage(1889) with Mary Anderson, the beautiful actress.
We mention him because he was a pupil at the A. K. Hathaway private school on Chestnut street, where there were many students of Spanish extraction.
(The school lasted from 1846-1860.)
Who can say that Medford has not an interesting history back