ly, Air, Water Supply, Food of the City, Food of the Individual, Water and Waste, Ice, Sewer Gas and Plumbing, City's Noise and City Housing.
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Whether we wish it or no, to keep ourselves we must be our brother's keeper.
Only when we strive to guard our neighbors are our own walls secure. He has also written an unusual story called The Man Who Ended War, and two juvenile stories, For the Norton Name, and Jack Collerton's Engine.
Prof. Leo Rich Lewis and Leon Ryder Maxwell compiled The Assembly Praise Book.
Ruth Dame Coolidge is a contributor to periodicals, the editorial page of the Boston Transcript, and has given a course of lectures on architecture.
In the January number of the present year of the Tufts College Graduate is an appreciation by Prof. Charles St. Clair Wade, of the personality and the poetry of Grace Harvey Lane, who lived her all too short life in Medford, graduating from the Medford schools and Tufts College.
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