e finished and earlier recorded plan.
One house was erected on this royal layout; is now, and has been for sixty years, the farthest removed from neighbors of any in Medford.
Emperor street is part of the old lane or wood road leading from Winthrop street by the old railroad cut in Sugar-loaf hill.
After crossing the west branch of meetinghouse brook it turns sharply to the left at the foot of a hill on which are the other royalties-King, Queen, and Prince.
Emperor was the equivalent of Kaiser sixtythree years ago, but the modern Kaiser will find no place on Medford's modern map.
On the Walling map, midway between the almshouse and Oak Grove Cemetery, is shown the Meridian Monument, Harvard University, due north from the observatory at Cambridge.
This was torn down four years ago (Register, Vol.
XVII, p. 23). In the second number of Vol.
XVI may be found a view and description of same; also in an earlier issue of the Medford Mercury.
In the reports of Metropolitan Park Co