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Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Literary men and women of Somerville. (search)
earing the inscription: Committed to the care of those once a brave foe, now our generous friends. Colonel Hill has left two addresses on patriotic and historical subjects. Then there is the ex-librarian, John S. Hayes, whose noble work in making our public library more efficient is gratefully remembered. Mr. Hayes gave two notable addresses, one on The Public Library and the State, the other containing valuable historical information, and delivered at the laying of the cornerstone of the Winter-hill Congregational church. The work of these three men is worthy of cordial appreciation, and is semi-literary in character. If more detailed consideration is given to the names that are to follow, there is no derogation of the value of other sorts of service, only the recognition of literature as in some sense detached from immediately practical ends,—as in a measure itself constituting its own end. Among the literary men of Somerville, General Douglas Frazar combines the distinction