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the membership list of the Historical Society is steadily growing. There are three Life Members: Hon. E. Boynton, Rosewell B. Lawrence, and Walter C. Wright. Additional names will be welcomed.

the handsome marble clock in the Society rooms was the gift of Sarah Bradlee Fulton Chapter, D. A.R., presented to the Society as a surprise, at the Daughters' public observance of Washington's Birthday.

at one of the Saturday evening ‘chats,’ some one contributed a jug of new cider. Said Mr. D., ‘We know we are not Hindoos, but it remains to be seen whether we are devotees of the jug or not’(Juggernaut).

the Mystic Camera Club has leased the large room in the annex of the Historical House. This is a posilive fact, although the Club has many negatives.

an interesting informal talk was given by Mr. Benjamin P. Hollis on Saturday evening, Feb. 19. His subject was ‘The Seals of the United States, and the Several States.’ Many choice bits of coloring were shown. After the talk the combination most popular was the olive blended with cracker white and cheese yellow.

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