kmen and friends.
George T. Sampson has a pamphlet on Railroad Organization.
John C. Rand compiled a book of short biographies of prominent men called One of a Thousand.
Edward Baxter Perry, the blind pianist, has written a book for music lovers and teachers entitled Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works, aesthetic as opposed to structural analysis of the music of Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Saint-Saens and others.
Stories of Standard Teaching Pieces is another of his books.
Miss Emily Hallowell has made musicians her debtors by transcribing many songs of the Southern negro as she heard them, and publishing them under the name of Calhoun Songs.
Olive Dame Campbell has made a like important contribution to literature and music by writing out words and tunes of old ballads as they are sung in the Southern mountains by the descendants of the English, Scotch and Irish who settled there.
Tufts College has been another strong intellectual force in Medford.
Charles Tufts of Som