It is an exceptionally fine model, enclosed in a glass case on a black walnut table.
It also contains a fine collection of shells and coral.
It is a valuable acquisition to our collection.
The next number of the Register will contain Mr. Hollis' paper on Grace Church.
It was given before the society on December 16. Mr. Hollis has collected a remarkable history of one of Medford's prosperous church organizations, and it will be read with interest by all, whether members of the church Mr. Hollis has collected a remarkable history of one of Medford's prosperous church organizations, and it will be read with interest by all, whether members of the church or not.
The first address in the Saturday Night Course was given on December 7 by Mr. Marshall P. Thompson of Boston on Marquis Ito, and proved to be of more than usual interest.
It is hoped Mr. Thompson can be induced to continue his talk on some future date.
Mr. Charles H. Loomis, who has been on the Publication Committee since the starting of the Register, and a greater part of the time its chairman, has resigned.
Mr. Will C. Eddy has been elected to fill the vacancy and to the chairm
this paper was read in an abridged form before the Medford Historical Society, December 16, 1901. by Benjamin Pratt Hollis.
all persons who feel desirous of having an Episcopal Church established in Medford, who have been identified with the work of the Sunday-school besides Mr. Seymour and Mr. Gates, are Henry H. Elliott, Benj. P. Hollis, Chas. E. Kummer, Allison M. Stickney and Fred H. Fletcher.
The latter died suddenly in September, 1901.
He was no. D. Manning, 37 Forest Street.
Vestments.—Warden, Mrs. Richard Diebold, 51 Prescott Street.
Sewing.—Warden, Mrs. Benj. P. Hollis, 10 Ashland Place.
Ecclesiastical Embroidery.—Warden, Mrs. Harry Highley, Highland Avenue.
Altar Guild.—Wardo April 13, 1868
James HedenbergApril 13, 868, to April 1, 1872
Chas. B. CrockettApril 1, 1872, to April 22, 1878
Benj. P. HollisApril 22, 1878, to April 14, 1879
Jno. B. FolgerApril 14, 1879, to April 10, 1882
Fred M. TildenApril 10, 1882, to
in H. Clark.
Jessie M. Dinsmore.
Walter F. Cushing.
Frank W. Lovering.
Lily B. Atherton.
C. B. Gleason.
E. D. Brown.
Papers and Addresses.
David H. Brown, Chairman.
Walter H. Cushing.
Charles H. Morss.
John H. Hooper.
William Cushing Wait.
Miss Agnes W. Lincoln.
L. L. Dame, Chairman.
L. J. Manning.
Miss Hetty F. Wait.
Miss Ella L. Burbank.
Mrs. J. M. G. Plummer.
Moses W. Mann.
Geo. S. Delano, Chairman.
Miss Helen T. Wild.
Miss Ella S. Hinckley.
Miss Eliza M. Gill.
David H. Brown.
Miss Hetty F. Wait.
Frederick H. Kidder.
Benjamin P. Hollis, Chairman.
F. H. C. Woolley.
Wm. F. Kingman.
Chas. H. Dunham.
Dr. J. Hedenberg.
Library and collection.
Miss A. W. Lincoln, Chairman.
Miss M. E. Sargent.
Miss Ella A. Leighton.
Miss Katharine H. Stone.
Benj. F. Fenton.
Geo. S. Delano.
Wm. Cushing Wait.
Horace D. Hall.
Francis A. Wait.