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n New England for years. The work of its members ranked high in quality, and many awards came to them in contest and exhibitions throughout New England and the Middle West. On June 4, 1889, a group of camera fiends met at the home of George L. Stone on Ashland street, with a view to forming an organization. Among those present were George E. Davenport, E. E. Sweeney, J. H. Wheeler, J. F. Johnson, Charles D. Tucker and George L. Stone of Medford, and Henry S. Fisher and E. L. Jenkins of Everett. The officers elected were: President, George L. Stone; Vice-President, George E. Davenport; Secretary and Treasurer, J. F. Johnson. On May 6, 1890, they adopted a Constitution Governing the Mystic Camera Club. For some time the club met at the homes of the members, and then occupied the Legion of Honor Hall. Later they met in Odd Fellows Hall. They had quarters in the Riverside block on Main street, adjoining the Medford Art Club, until July 7, 1896, when they moved to the Pierc
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., History of the Medford High School. (search)
S. Forbes, from May 11 to November 29, 1841. Miss Frances Gregg, from December 13, 1841, to March 12, 1846. Miss Angelina Wellington, from March 24 to May 19. 1846. Miss Mary W. Wilder, from June 16 1846, to August 26, 1849. Miss Margaret A. Richard., from April 1, 1851. to May 7, 1852. Wallace St. C. Redman, from May 10, 1852, to March 1, 1853. James Sumner, from March 1, 1853, to February 21, 1854. George H. Goreley, from February 22, 1854, to April 16, 1856. Miss M. H. Everett, from April 21 to December 1, 1856. Miss Ellen M. Marcy, from December 8, 1856, to April 3, 1857. Miss Mary A. Osgood, from April 20, 1857, to February 18, 1860. Miss Arabella L. Babcock, from February 18, 1860, to September 1, 1861. Miss Emma J. Leonard, from September 1, 1861, to March 5, 1866. Miss Ellen M. Barr, from March 5, 1866, to July 1, 1875, and from September 1, 1876, to July 1, 1877. Edward A. Drew (Tufts, 1867), from December 2, 1867, to June 1, 1869.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., The Medford High School under Lorin L. Dame (search)
ual teaching. He loved to show visitors over the school and to teach the pupils themselves the significance of the works of art which surrounded them. The character of the whole city was rapidly changing. In 1899 the school committee summarize the changes made recently as follows: The erection of the Lincoln (1894), Hillside (1895), High (1896) and Brooks (1898) schoolhouses, the enlargement of the Tufts (1898), and the improvements in sanitation and ventilation of the Centre, Cradock, Everett, Swan and James (1896), while they have cost us money, have in six years changed Medford from a town with a lot of small, old, unsanitary, ill-ventilated and badly crowded schoolhouses to a city with creditable, substantial, commodious and healthful buildings. As the culmination of this new modernized public school system stood the high school, setting the standard for the entire city. As rapidly as accommodation in the various grammar grades of the city permitted, the members of the nint