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pril 1st, 1901:— Mrs. Lizzie D. Ayer. William S. Beekman. Andrew Curtin. Charles E. Finney. Walter D. Hall, M. D. Mrs. Eugenie Hatch. Rev. Elijah Horr. William B. Lawrence. Moses W. Mann. Warren T. Morse. George B. Preston. John M. Preston. Edgar A. Thomas. Mrs. Edgar A. Thomas. Forgotten industries and enterprises. by Moses W. Mann. IN almost every town or city may be found traces, faint, perhaps, yet bearing silent testimony of pursuits once followed or perhaps of late honorary member, Mrs. Mary E. Stearns: Therefore, be it resolved, That the Secretary shall enter this minute in the records of the Society, and transmit a copy to the bereaved family of this truly public-spirited lady. Mary Elizabeth (Preston) Stearns, the devoted wife and faithful widow of Major George Luther Stearns, whom we are proud to count as a life-long Medford citizen, the friend of John Brown the chain breaker, and the real Moses who pledged his life and fortune, as it were,