l to compare with the earlier for the facts they reveal.
In 1881 or ‘82 Mr. Henry Brooks secured photographic views, numbering twenty-eight, in various parts of Millside of today.
Away back on Mystic Mount is the Chapin house, from which Mr. Brooks took two wonderfully clear views.
One looks back to the college, the other cville is shown beyond the Mystic—whatever came within the eye of the camera.
Mr. Brooks forbore taking the other beautiful view which would have included his own homond and dam complete this collection.
How large an edition of this work of Mr. Brooks, certainly the finest comprehensive view of Medford in detail ever published,ne of those inscribed West Medford, given him some twelve years ago by one of Mr. Brooks' acquaintances, but was unaware of the existence of the Medford set until thed 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.