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the paper on Sarah Bradlee Fulton was first read by Miss Wild before the local chapter of the D. A.R. Later it was published in the ‘American Monthly,’ Washington, by whose permission it appears in the register.

the Annual Meeting of the Historical Society was held in its rooms, March 21. Reports of officers and committees were presented, and officers for the ensuing year elected. The list will be found elsewhere. Facts and figures showed the Society to be in a flourishing and progressive condition. During the year past the following papers and addresses have been given before the members:

April 14.—‘The Early Physicians of Medford.’ Dr. Charles M. Green.

May 12.—‘Medford in the First Half of the Present Century.’ Hon. T. S. Harlow.

October 18.—‘Medford's Interest in the Metropolitan Park System.’ Mr. Sylvester Baxter, of Malden.

November 15.—‘The Hancock-Clark House, of Lexington.’ Rev. Carlton A. Staples, of Lexington.

December 20.—‘Maps of Medford at Different Periods.’ Mr. William Cushing Wait.

January 17.—‘Roads and Bridges of Old Medford.’ Mr. John H. Hooper.

February 21.—‘Governor Cradock's Plantation.’ Mr. Walter H. Cushing. To be followed.

April 18.—‘Medford in the War of the Revolution.’ Miss Helen T. Wild.

May 16.—‘The Life and Work of Mrs. Lydia Maria (Francis) Child.’ Mrs. Richard P. Hallowell.

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