October 21.—Distinguished Guests and Residents in Medford.
Miss Eliza M. Gill.
November 18.— The Roman Catholic Church in Medford.
Mrs. Louise F. Hunt.
December 16.—Milestones in and around Boston.
Charles F. Read, Esq.
January 20.—Old Salem Street.
Miss Helen T. Wild.
February 17.—Old Medford Records.
Allston P. Joyce, Esq.
March 17.—John Trumbull, Painter of the Revolution.
Mr. Samuel Abbott.
April 21.—The Massacre at Lancaster and the Story of Mrs. Rowlandson.
Mrs. Augusta R. Brigham.
May 19.—The Romance of Records.
Rev. Arthur W. H. Eaton, D. C.L.
On Saturday evening, May 3, at a special meeting, Mr. F. H. C. Woolley exhibited his water-color of the Pilgrim, and told the story of this last Medford ship.
The society rooms have been open to members on Saturday evenings, and members are privileged to invite friends to the meetings.
It is to be regretted that more do not avail themselves of the opportunity and become acquainted with our work, a