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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 29., Medford Historical Society. (search)
Moses W. Mann. Papers and Addresses. Mrs. Ruth D. Coolidge. Charles T. Daly. Miss Lily B. Atherton. Hall Gleason. Edward T. Bigelow. Membership. The Entire Membership. Library. Moses W. Mann. Charles T. Daly. Hon. William Cushing Wait. Historic Sites. Miss Ella L. Burbank. will C. Eddy. Moses W. Mann. Samuel C. L. Haskell. Genealogy. Miss Elizabeth R. Carty. Henry E. Scott. Mrs. John H. Googins. Heraldry. Dr. Charles M. Green. Charles B. D Scott. Mrs. Harriet A. C. Scott. Miss Rhoda C. Slate. Miss Hila Helen Small. Herbert F. Staples. Miss Katharine H. Stone. Miss Abby E. Teel, Saugus. Life MemberLeonard Tufts, Pinehurst, N. C. Frank G. Volpe. Life MemberHon. William Cushing Wait. Harry E. Walker. Miss Mary L. Washburne. F. Irving Weston. Mrs. Cora F. Weston. Miss E. Josephine Wilcox. Miss Helen T. Wild. Dr. Samuel H. Wilkins. J. D. P. Wingate. Mrs. Helen Wingate. William H. Winkley. Life MemberIr
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 29., The Cradock house, past and future. (search)
of all that I could glean about the old brick house on Riverside avenue (properly Ship street), is headed by the title of Cradock house. And in spite of all we can do or say it is probable that it will be known as the Cradock house for years to come. A lie travels a mile while truth is getting his boots on, runs the old proverb, and the tradition which apparently assumed its first form in the splendid history of Medford by Rev. Charles Brooks is more potent than the infinite accuracy of Judge Wait, Mr. Walter Cushing, so long teacher of history in our Medford schools, John Hooper and Moses Mann. Even the Transcript, up until 1914, published religiously every week in the Strangers' Directory, Cradock house, Medford. Built 1634, the first brick house in the colony, and the oldest house standing in North America. Every brick was imported from England. Named from Matthew Cradock, governor of the Massachusetts Company in New England. It is hard enough for Medford to lose its shipbui