Vice-president,Joseph L. Goldthwait,Methodist.
Elisha B. Curtis,Baptist.
Eleazer Boynton, Jr.,Mystic Congregational.
Almarin F. Badger,First Congregational.
Gardiner P. Gates,Episcopal.
Treasurer,Alonzo E. Tainter.
Secretary,Charles E. Joyce.
On the fifth of April, 1867, the society took possession of a room in Usher's building on High street, subsequently occupied by the Medford Savings Bank.
The apartment was well furnished with magazines, newspapers and suitable periodicecond choice of officers, in 1867, Charles H. Merrill, of First Congregational, was substituted as vicepresident.
Mr. Badger had resigned soon after his election, and Francis H. Kidder had been chosen to fill the vacancy.
At the same time Charles E. Joyce tendered his resignation, and Arthur T. Tufts was elected to the office of secretary.
At the third election, in 1868, when the membership numbered ninety-two, the following board was chosen:—
President,Daniel W. Wilcox.