ng Miss Barr in Boston, and took advantage of the muchlonged — for opportunity to say, If I have the influence over one of my pupils that you have had on my life I shall feel that that life has not been lived in vain.
The smile of heart-felt pleasure she gave me will never be forgotten.
This was my last opportunity.
The following week brought the sad news that our beloved teacher and friend was at rest.
At the twenty-fourth annual reunion of the Medford High School Association Miss Annie H. Ryder, a pupil and afterward an assistant of Miss Barr's paid the following tribute to her memory, which I fully believe was heartily endorsed by every one who came under the influence of this more than teacher.
My friends, since you welcomed to your last reunion, as guest of honor, a teacher of former years, she has gone from this life.
The nights of her earthly striving, the nobility of her endeavor, are changed.
Yet human hearts are frail to bear the parting from lives