ad but two stories.
This arrangement gave a large and lofty room for the practicing of his parts and for giving entertainments.
This Society has hanging on the wall of its library a framed play bill of that fateful night in Washington, April 14, 1865.
At the bottom is the announcement, Easter Monday, April 17, Engagement of the Young American Tragedian, Edwin Adams.
A little boy at the age of eight came to live on his grandfather's farm (1831), a part of the estate of the late Gen. S. C. Lawrence, the house where the lad lived for four years being the one called the Peter C. Hall house on Winthrop street, now numbered 343.
He attended John Angier's private school on Forest street, roamed the Middlesex Fells, gaining a love of nature and a knowledge of woods and fields that became valuable to him in his life's work, for he became the great and scholarly historian, Francis Parkman, the cultivator of fine roses and president of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society.