anized (and in the order named) the Second Congregational (later called First Trinitarian Congregational), Universalist, Baptist, Mystic (Congregational), Grace (Protestant Episcopal) and St. Mary's (Roman Catholic) Churches.
A new element and orn after Mr. Charpiot resigned and left town.
The executive committee secured the services of Unitarian, Universalist, Baptist and Methodist preachers for about two months, and at last secured the services of Rev. William Edwards Huntington, who sreached the sermon from Isa. 28: 16, Behold, I lay in Zion a foundation stone, etc.
Rev. J. A. Richardson of Medford (Baptist) led the responsive reading of the one hundred and twenty-second Psalm.
Brother Wagner made a statement of the businir best service to this work.
I wish to bear testimony to the kindly assistance and friendship of several Unitarian and Baptist people in those longago days, the days of small things.
I have already alluded to the passing of prejudice among our Co