re protected by strong wire guards.
It is but one step into the colonnade of the town house; the town clock is gone, though the dials remain on the church tower, the belfry is closed and the spire bears the cross of St. Joseph's Church.
This view is another way mark in local history.
Two views from the reservoir, if placed together, take in the entire space between Rock-hill and Glenwood, the foreground being the Hillside section; again, two from Pasture hill looking toward Malden and Somerville, Salem street looking toward the square, and beautiful Forest street are shown; next, the library, high school (now Center grammar), various church edifices and four views of Tufts College buildings including the reservoir, and also the Old Fort, or so-called Cradock house.
This last is especially worthy a special study.
The western group begins with look at West Medford from the reservoir.
Mystic lower lake is seen in the distant extreme left, the right taking in Auburn street. The loc