Statistics for occurrence #1 of “James W. Tufts” in chapter 17 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
...ul to his fellowmen ought to be better known by our people of today.
His fine mansion and extensive grounds were on High street, the site of the present Grace Church and the residence of the late James W. Tufts .
His greenhouses were the first probably built on any private estate in this town, and the foundations were used for the greenhouses erected by James W. Tufts.
The estate was filled with trees ...
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