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omas S. Wentworth Resigned.Mr. Charles A. West Resigned.Mrs. Charles A. West Resigned.Miss Alice L. Westgate Resigned.Mr. George A. Whipple Deceased.Dr. Horace C. White Charter members.Mr. J. Harvey White Mr. W. W. White Resigned.Mr. Charles T. C. Whitcomb Resigned.Mr. William A. Whitehouse Charter members. Resigned.Mrs. William A. Whitehouse Resigned.Mrs. George Whiting Mr. James F. Whitney Life members.Mr. B. Frank Wild Resigned.Mr. Charles F. Wilder Resigned.Mrs. Frances A. Wilder Charter members. Resigned.Mr. William J. Willard Life members.Mr. Charles Williams, Jr. Resigned.Mr. B. T. Williston Resigned.Mrs. B. T. Williston Mrs. Mary E. Winning Mr. Albert E. Winship Deceased. Resigned.Mrs. Amelia Wood Resigned.Miss Katherine W. Wood Resigned.Mr. James H. Woods Mr. John M. Woods Resigned.Mrs. Lucy A. Woods Resigned.Miss Grace M. Wright Mr. Alphonso A. Wyman
An Address Commemorative of the Battle of Lexington, Rev. C. A. Staples, Lexington; April 27, Schools of Somerville in the Olden Time, Mary A. Haley; The Teaching of Local History in Our Schools, John S. Emerson. 1899-1900: November 15, The Old Middlesex Canal, L. L. Dame, Medford; December 6, John Mallett, Florence E. Carr; December 20, History of Tufts College, President E. H. Capen; The Possibilities of the Public Library, Sam Walter Foss; January 3, Somerville as I Have Known It, Mrs. Amelia Wood; January 17, Four Satirists of the Revolution, Howrard Dawson; History of Journalism in Somerville, Barbara Galpin; January 31, Battlefields of the Revolution, Elbridge S. Brooks; February 14, Reminiscences of Army Life in 1861-1864 Elias H. Marston; Work of the Engineer Corps in the Army of the Potomac Darwin C. Pavey; February 28, Somerville Soldiers in the Rebellion Colonel Edwin C. Bennett; Some Phases of Woman's National Work Mary E. Elliot; March 14, Ballads of the Revolution, Fr
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