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Simpsons Hotel.

The brick house standing on the north side of High street was built in the year 1756, by Mr. Thomas Seccomb, upon land purchased by Mr. Seccomb of Philip Carteret, the deed being dated May 20, 1755. It was formerly known as the Seccomb House. It was occupied for many years by Mr. David Simpson, and kept as a public house, and was then known as Simpson's Hotel. (Mr. Simpson opened this house as a public house about the year 1866.) It is now occupied by several departments of the city of Medford.

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