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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 13., Medford Historical Society. (search)
committees. Publication. Miss Ella L. Burbank, Chairman. Miss Annie E. Durgin. Miss Helen T. Wild. George S. T. Fuller. Moses W. Mann. Frank S. Gilkey. Membership. Elisha B. Curtis, Chairman. Mrs. Ellen M. Gill. Edward C. Ellis. Charles R. Byram. Mrs. Julia W. Dalrymple. Papers and addresses. Henry E. Scott, Chairman. Moses W. Mann. Mrs. Miss Agnes W. Lincoln. Louise G. Delong. Mrs. Adelaide E. Cordis. Historic Sites. Moses W. Mann, Chairman. Leonard J. Manning. Francis A. Wait. Miss Ella L. Burbank. Frederick H. Kidder. Charles N. Jones. Genealogy. Miss Eliza M. Gill, Chairman. Rev. Clarence L. Eaton. Miss Hetty F. Wait. Mrs. James E. Cleaves. Heraldry. Chares B. Dunham, Chairman. Orrin E. Hodsdon. John Albree. Library and collection. Miss Agnes W. Lincoln, Chairman. Miss Abby L. Sargent. Miss Ella A. Leighton. Miss Eliza M. Gill. Wm. Cushing wait. Benjamin F. Fenton. B. Frank Bullard. Henry Brooks.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 13., The Society's work-papers and addresses (search)
. The other speakers presented highly interesting papers, and replies to queries made were followed by remarks on all occasions. The small number present at some of the preceding season's meetings led the committee to omit announcement of a Saturday evening course. Four meetings were held, however, as speakers were procured. On December 4 Professor Evans of Tufts College spoke upon the Influence of Emigration upon the Foreign Countries. On January 1 our ever-welcome member, Mr. John Albree of Swampscott, gave his Story Gleaned from a Young Officer's Diary, showing much research as well as skill in its making, and was listened to with interest. Old Stage-Coach Days was read by Miss Eliza M. Gill (also a member) on February 5, and appears in this issue. An especially pleasant hour was spent in reminiscence and answer to queries after its reading. On March 5 Mr. John E. Gilman (just elected commander of the G. A. R. at its National Encampment) delivered a thrilling ad