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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18., The Society's meetings, season 1914-1915. (search)
se of the Merrimack. An abstract of this paper was then in press for the register under that title. Rosewell B. Lawrence, Esq., one of our vice-presidents, on November 16 entertained the society (as he has previously done) with an account of his vacation trip, this time to the Hawaiian Islands. Mr. Lawrence's interesting story was made the more vivid by numerous views, most of which were secured by his own camera and shown by Mr. Brayton. On December 21 another of our members, Mrs. Augusta Brigham, favored us with her story of Ten Soldier Brothers in the Revolution, an uncommon occurrence, and the story most interestingly told. At the January, or annual, meeting the reports were made and election of officers took place, prior to which former president John H. Hooper read the highly interesting account of A. K. Hathaway, An Old Medford Schoolmaster, who was known to the older members of the society. The speaker on February 15 was Mr. George G. Wolkins of the Old South Hist
At our Society's meetings. We resume the record closing in Vol. XVII, p. 72, and begin the season of 1914-15. On October 19 Moses W. Mann presented ‘The Cruise of the Merrimack,’ an extract of which appeared in the Register as ‘Medford Steamboat Days.’ November 16, Rosewell B. Lawrence, Esq., gave us a delightful illustrated account of his ‘Trip to the Hawaiian Islands.’ December 20, Mrs. Augusta Brigham read her interesting story, ‘Ten Soldier Brothers in the Revolution.’ At the annual meeting, on January 18, 1915, Mr. John H. Hooper read of Aaron K. Hathaway, ‘An Old Medford Schoolmaster.’ February 15, Mr. George C. Wolkins of the Old South Association read, ‘The Old South Meeting-house.’ March 15 was ‘Old Home Evening,’ when Mr. George Hersey, in an informal talk, with numerous lantern slides, presented the old landmarks, dwellings and citizens of earlier years. April 19 was a patriotic observance. The President directed the exercis