rings to the discharge of her duties all her former energy and enthusiasm, securing even more than the old measure of success.
At the end of the term of 1877 Miss Barr left Medford to take charge of an endowed school for girls in South Boston.
The school report for that year reads as follows:—
The committee were reluctantlaround the world, returning in May, 1894.
She was taken very ill in India and never fully recovered.
In February, 1895, I had the extreme pleasure of meeting Miss Barr in Boston, and took advantage of the muchlonged — for opportunity to say, If I have the influence over one of my pupils that you have had on my life I shall feel and friend was at rest.
At the twenty-fourth annual reunion of the Medford High School Association Miss Annie H. Ryder, a pupil and afterward an assistant of Miss Barr's paid the following tribute to her memory, which I fully believe was heartily endorsed by every one who came under the influence of this more than teacher.