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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., History of the Medford High School. (search)
Charles B. Saunders (Harvard, 1871), from April 1 to July 2, 1872. Minton Warren (Tufts, 1870), from September 2, 1872, to November 26, 1873. Charles S. Bachelder (Harvard, 1873), from December 1, 1873, to April 6, 1874. Frederic T. Farnsworth (Tufts, 1873), from April 8, 1874, to June 30, 1876. Miss Carrie A. Teele, from September 6, 1875, to June 30, 1876; also, from September 1, 1888. Edward P. Sanborn (Dartmouth, 1876), from September 1, 1876, to April 9, 1877. Leonard J. Manning (Harvard, 1876), from April 16, 1877. Miss Caroline E. Swift, from September 1, 1877. Miss Genevieve Sargent, from September 1, 1881. Stephen Emery (Boston University, 1890), from September, 1890, to June 24, 1892. Miss Annie M. Sawyer (Wellesley, 1889), from September 14, 1891, to June 24, 1892. Miss Josephine E. Bruce, from September 13, 1892. Miss Carrie W. Whitcomb, from September 13, 1892. It will be observed that, except for twenty-three weeks in 1839, no ass
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., The Society's meetings, 1921-22. (search)
read peace selections from the poet Whittier, and this part taken by our young visitors was much appreciated. While the assembly stood, announcement was made of the recent deaths of two long-time members, Rosewell Bigelow Lawrence and Leonard Jarvis Manning. At the meeting of December 18 Mrs. Mary Soule Googins, a member (and Mayflower descendant from George Soule) read an interesting paper,The Women of the Mayflower, which is in register, Vol. XXVI, p. 25. The Bay Path following the Indian trail to Connecticut was also considered. The annual meeting was on January 16, 1922. It was certainly a Lodge of Sorrow. The members stood while the president again announced the passing away of Messrs. Lawrence and Manning, followed by those of Miss Agnes Wyman Lincoln, Charles Nelson Jones and John Henry Hooper; a series of great losses to the Society and unprecedented in its history. A letter from Miss Lincoln, written at the hospital, regretting her inability to attend the Dece
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., The Medford High School under Lorin L. Dame (search)
upon his duties some nine school buildings of twenty-three rooms in the town. The whole number of pupils in attendance was one thousand two hundred and fifty, an average of forty-four regular attendants for each of the rooms. In the high school there were eighty-seven students, and sixteen in the graduating class, among them being the well-known names of Helen Tilden Wild and William Cushing Wait. There were two assistants, Mr. E. P. Sanborn and Miss E. M. Barr. The year following, Mr. L. J. Manning took the place of Mr. Sanborn and the school report records, Mr. Manning is a graduate of Harvard University; and to sound scholarship and an unusual aptitude for the duties of an instructor he adds the graces of a fine temper and kindly manners. No better summary perhaps could be made of Mr. Manning's influence in the school than the early judgment of this sagacious committee, and they struck the keynote almost as well with another teacher dearly loved and appreciated for over a quar