t of integrity, the community a citizen of broad and liberal views, who has always taken a keen interest in the public welfare, and
Resolved, That the Medford Historical Society has lost one of its valued life members, who has recognized from its inception the value of the work the society is doing; and
Resolved, That the society tenders its sympathy to his family, that these resolutions be spread upon the records of the society and published in the Medford papers. will C. Eddy, Mrs. M. L. Haskins, L. L. Dame.
Mrs. George Luther Stearns.
The following resolutions were presented to the Society January 20, 1902, and adopted unanimously by a rising vote:—
Your committee are convinced that irrespective of religious belief and political affiliations, the members of the Medford Historical Society unanimously respect the memory of their late honorary member, Mrs. Mary E. Stearns:
Therefore, be it resolved, That the Secretary shall enter this minute in the records of t