till in recent years.
Thomas Meriam Stetson was the son of Rev. Caleb Stetson, the second Unitarian pastor of Medford's First Parish.
His successful career, he was succeeded by his sons, under the name of Stetson & Stetson; but he kept up his daily visits to the office, retaininStetson; but he kept up his daily visits to the office, retaining the service of coachman and sleek horse instead of modern automobile.
A few years since, the Register's editor was happily surprised in receiving a letter from Mr. Stetson, which by his permission appeared in our columns (Vol.
XIII, p. 93), and which was of much interest.
Frre now able to do so.
In the stress of his professional life, Mr. Stetson had not been in Medford for years, and upon receiving the map ofle pen of our townsman Hooper (Vol.
XVIII, p. 25), and in this, Mr. Stetson expressed a lively interest and satisfaction.
It was our intentStandard we quote:
In his fine, large estate, on Ash street, Mr. Stetson showed his love for nature, by gathering many of the most beauti