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Society Notes.

The miniature poster at the head of Mr. Hollis' paper on Grace Church is a reproduction of the first call for a meeting of the Episcopalians in Medford.

The ‘Saturday Evening Course’ of the society has proved very interesting, and good-sized audiences have greeted the speakers. Mr. F. M. Hawes of Somerville spoke on the ‘Lyric Poetry of the Revolution’ on January 4, and was assisted by a double quartet, which added much to the interest in Mr. Hawes' remarks. Mr. Rosewell B. Lawrence explained ‘The Relation of Medford to the Metropolitan Park System’ on February 1. He gave a most comprehensive sketch of the inception and development of the Metropolitan Park System in the vicinity of Boston, March 1. Mr. David H. Brown surprised his hearers with a most interesting talk on ‘Genealogy.’

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