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Historic leaves, volume 5, April, 1906 - January, 1907, Elizur Wright's work for the Middlesex Fells. (search)
Elizur Wright's work for the Middlesex Fells. By Ellen M. Wright. (Condensed.) No man, however gifted, sets his pen toface of that devoted friend of all outdoor exploration, Elizur Wright. I have known him almost all my life; first as the fearprise appeared to centre, Wilson Flagg, John Owen, and Elizur Wright. They were all of patriarchal aspect; as they sat leanto save the last remnant of the forest they loved. That Mr. Wright Was enthusiastic to a greater degree than most men with ion of a little stone structure on Pine Hill in honor of Mr. Wright. The motion, in the contribution of such money as remained in its treasury, was seconded by Mr. Wright's Medford Public Domain Club of 1884; and as Mr. Wright did not let the stonMr. Wright did not let the stones of his Fells cry out in vain, it is fitting, but it is not necessary. To him the stones and all else cried, Save the woo the Metropolitan share in so doing, the sort of column Mr. Wright would best have liked is already in progress. In the wo