's eye views, the artist's points of vision must have been in the air over Oak Grove cemetery and Winter hill.
Of its artistic merits we can say little, but for its comprehensive outlook they convey a fair idea of the extent and lay-out of the two sections of the city.
Doubtless they could be improved upon, for we notice that these are not photographic views, as were those of Mr. Brooks, but the reproduction of drawings made after a walk through all the streets.
These bear the imprint, O. B. Bailey & Co., Lith. & Pub., Boston.
Now that instantaneous photography and the aeroplane have come, it is possible to secure views of Medford, necessarily up to date, but to answer the query How did the old town look?
we must consult such as we have herein named and such others as may from time to time be found.
We ought not to close this review, covering nearly a century of time, without mentioning the excellent work of the Medford Publishing Company in Medford Past and Present (1905), i