This dress he wore on Sundays to church and when he went to Boston to get his quarterly dividends on his United States stock.
Meetings of the Medford Historical Society, sixth year, 1901-1902.
October 21.—Mrs. Jane Turell: Her Life and Work.
Mrs. C. H. Morss, and Social Meeting.
November 18.—The March of the Army under Arnold, from Cambridge to Quebec.
Mr. E. H. Hines, of Danvers.
December 16.—The Old Medford Turnpike, with Glimpses at the Brick Makers.
Mr. John F. Ayer, President of Somerville Historical Society.
January 20.—Grace Church of Medford.
Mr. Benj. P. Hollis.
February 17.—Physical Geography of Medford.
Mr. W. S. Beekman.
March 17.—The Annual Meeting.
April 21.—The Lawyers of Medford.
Mr. H. A. Weitz.
May 19.—The Lawrence Light Guard of Medford.
Miss Helen T. Wild.
Committee on papers and addresses.
David H. Brown, Chairman.
John H. Hooper.
John Ward dean.
Miss Agnes W. Lincoln.
Dr. R. J. P. Goodwin.
ember 21.—The Spark that Kindled the Revolution.
Charles G. Chick, Esq., president of Hyde Park Historical Society.
January 18.—Some Old Medford Houses and Estates.
Published in current number of Register. Illustrated.
Mr. John H. Hooper.
February 15.—Old-Time Furniture.
Illustrated. Mr. H. M. Begien.
March 21.—(Annual Meeting.) The Old South Historical Society.
Miss Katherine H. Stone.
April 18.—Meeting-House Brook and the Second Meeting-House.
Illustrated. Mr. F. H. C. Woolley.
May 16.—West Medford in 1870.
Mr. Moses W. Mann.
Saturday evening course.
December 5.—Ancient and Modern Middlesex.
Hon. Levi S. Gould, of Melrose.
February 6.—The Trial of Rebecca Nourse from its legal and historical standpoints.
Marshall P. Thompson, Esq., of Boston.
March 5.—West Medford, 1855 to 1860.
Mr. Arthur G. Smith, of Malden.
April 2.—Scotch Poetry.
Mrs. W. K. Watkins, of Malden.
May 7.—The Ancient Warfare between Fire and Ice in Medford.