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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18., An old-time Public and private School teacher of Medford, Massachusetts. (search)
Hathaway died in Medford, May 29, 1881. Sarah K. and Agnes E. Hathaway both taught in the public schools of Medford. I am indebted to Miss Eliza M. Gill for assistance rendered in the preparation of this article. The following is a partial list of the pupils of the Hathaway School, with places of residence as nearly correct as it was possible to obtain them:— From Medford. Emily Angier. Harry Bradlee. Eliza Bishop. Josephine L. Bates. Joseph D. Cushing. Sarah M. Cushing. Julia Cushing. Nellie Evans. George G. Floyd. Eliza M. Gill. Eleanor H. Green. Samuel S. Green. Edmund F. Hooper. Agnes E. Hathaway. Sarah K. Hathaway. Ned Hastings. Edward Holman. Herbert Holman. Samuel C. Lawrence. Otis F. Litchfield. Horace E. Morse. Herman Mills. Helen E. Mills. Thatcher Magoun, 3d. Sarah Miller. Emily Nason. Helen Porter. Elisha Pierce. Georgianna Pierce. Julia Raymond. Agnes Raymond. The Misses Revalion. Marietta T. Reed. Milton F. Roberts. Frank Stev
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18., The Tufts family residences. (search)
d paper accounts of this old house we have never found any discovery of facts Mr. Brooks' preface predicted that names it the Cradock house prior to Mr. Brooks' history, and all are repetition to a greater or less extent thereof, save those of Mr. Cushing, Judge Wait and Mr. Hooper in Vol. I, No. 4, and Vol. VII, No. 2, of the register, the proofs submitted before alluded to. And so we answer our own query relative to the birthplace and early home of the elder Dr. Tufts, confidently assertingfor it is a building of unusual interest, having had apparently a triple casement window on each side of the front door. It is interesting to note that prior to the pure speculation of a young historical scholar (as the Boston press styled Mr. Cushing's paper) the late James A. Hervey (see Vol. I, p. 70, register) in the hearing of the assembled Historical Society, said of Mr. Brooks, Our excellent historian, whom I thoroughly love, is a little apt to lapse into rhapsody when he comes