e most complete work of its kind in existence, a forerunner of the modern nature books, taught one of the public schools of Medford for several years.
Lorin Low Dame, whose quickening power guided the high school for twenty-seven years, spent his leisure in adding to the world's knowledge of flowers and trees.
The Flora of Midrd.
He has written many papers, Practicability of the Extension of High School Influence, Development of the Public Schools of Medford and a Memorial of Lorin Low Dame, and delivered many lectures.
George E. Davenport made a valuable collection of ferns, which he gave to the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, where it is knorely.
The fourteen volumes of the Medford Historical Register contain many valuable articles written by Miss Mary Sargent, James A. Hervey, Thomas S. Harlow, Lorin Low Dame, Abby Drew Saxe, Parker R. Litchfield, Benjamin F. Morrison, David H. Brown, Charles Cummings, Dr. Charles M. Green, Rev. Henry C. DeLong, John H. Hooper, Mos