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Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, Officers of Somerville historical society (search)
Hawes First Vice-PresidentLevi L. Hawes Second Vice-PresidentJames F. Whitney Third Vice-PresidentJohn F. Ayer TreasurerSeth Mason Recording SecretaryMrs. William B. Holmes Corresponding SecretaryMrs. Ella P. Hurd Librarian and CuratorAlfred M. Cutler Council at large Charles D. ElliotMiss Anna P. VinalL. Roger W Charles D. Elliot, 59 Oxford St.L. L. Hawes, 164 Highland Ave. John H. Dusseault, 42 Sargent Ave.Miss Mary A. Haley, 117 Summer St. Hospitality William B. Holmes, 60 Heath St.Mrs. L. B. Pillsbury, 17 Dartmouth St. Mrs. William B. Holmes, 60 HeathSt. Mrs. H. M. Heald, 438 Broadway Mrs. F. D. Lapham, 3 Hathorn St. Mrs. William B. Holmes, 60 HeathSt. Mrs. H. M. Heald, 438 Broadway Mrs. F. D. Lapham, 3 Hathorn St. Necrology Professor D. L. Maulsby, 80 Curtis St.Miss E. A. Waters, 132 Perkins St. Rev. Francis A. Gray, 19 Dartmouth St. Historic Sites Joseph O. Hayden, 174 Summer St.Charles D. Elliot, 59 Oxford St. Aaron Sargent, 290 Broadway Essays and Addresses John F. Ayer, WakefieldMiss Florence E. Carr, 89
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, Officers of Somerville historical Society (search)
esidentJohn F. Ayer Recording SecretaryMrs. Florence E. Holmes Corresponding SecretaryMrs. Ella R. Hurd TreasurerWilliam B. Holmes Librarian and CuratorAlfred M. Cutler Councillors-at-LargeCharles D. Elliot L. Roger Wentworth Anna P. Vinal s, 164 Highland Ave. John H. Dusseault, 42 Sargent Ave.Miss Mary A. Haley, 117 Summer St. Hospitality Mrs. William B. Holmes, 60 Heath St.Mrs. L. B. Pillsbury, Benton Road. William B. Holmes, 60 Heath St.Mrs. H. M. Heald, 438 Broadway MWilliam B. Holmes, 60 Heath St.Mrs. H. M. Heald, 438 Broadway Mrs. F. D. Lapham, 3 Hathorn St. Necrology Professor D. L. Maulsby, 80 Curtis St.Miss E. A. Waters, 132 Perkins St. Rev. Francis A. Gray, 202 School St. Historic Sites Joseph O. Hayden, 174 Summer StCharles D. Elliot, 59 Oxfordkell, 422 Somerville Ave. James F. Whitney, 40 Dartmouth St.Mrs. C. L. Maynard, 14 Greenville St. Press William B. Holmes, 60 Heath St.Miss Anna P. Vinal, 9 Aldersey St. Mrs. Ella R. Hurd, 458 Medford St. Clippings Mrs. Chas.
teen stars, also several other colonial flags, graced the walls, and were objects of much interest. The various tables were strewn with pinks and ferns, and a large basket of flowers ornamented the head table. While the banquet, one of Hicks' excellent affairs, was being served, Green's orchestra discoursed a delightful programme of music. Frank M. Hawes, president of the society, opened the speech-making with words of greeting to the tenth anniversary celebration, and called upon William B. Holmes, treasurer of the organization, for a sketch of the society. See page 75. Aaron Sargent was next presented, and in his opening remarks expressed his great desire that a creditable Somerville history should be shortly produced. He then read a paper on The First Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. See page 18. Mr. Hawes then called upon Charles D. Elliot to act as toastmaster. Mr. Elliot proved himself most adept in his introduction of the various speakers, and first re
A Brief history of the Society By William B. Holmes Mr. President, Guests and Members of the Somerville Historical Society:— As upon all such occasions as this, it becomes the duty of those who still control its destiny to give an account of such events as have taken place in the past history of our Society, that duty has been assigned to me, but as the principal part of the time will be devoted this evening to the other speakers I will make only a brief outline. As you are well aware, we have reached to-day our tenth milestone, and though ten years seem but a day when we look back on time, that short period marks many an important and pleasant period in any society. Pursuant to a call made by circular June 17, 1897, by the late John S. Hayes, Esq., fifteen prominent citizens of Somerville met at the Public Library on the evening of June 29, 1897, and a temporary organization was then made by the choice of John S. Hayes as chairman and Dr. E. C. Booth as secretary. Aft
igned.Miss Edith B. Hayes Mrs. Emma S. Hayes Charter members. Deceased.Mr. John S. Hayes Resigned.Miss Lydia Y. Hayes Mrs. Helen E. Heald Charter members.Mrs. Charles M. Hemenway Deceased.Mrs. Caroline E. Henderson Resigned.Mr. John Herbert Resigned.Mrs. Georgiana Hill Resigned.Mr. Herbert P. Hill Mr. William H. Hilling Deceased.Mr. William H. Hodgkins Resigned.Mr. Frank S. Holden Mrs. Florence E. Holmes Mr. John Albert Holmes-- Mr. William B. Holmes Mr. Charles W. Hopkins Mr. James R. Hopkins Deceased.Miss Isabel F. Horne Resigned.Mr. Frederick C. Hosmer Mr. George M. Houghton Resigned.Mr. J. C. Howard Charter members.Mr. O. C. Hubbard Resigned.Mrs. Anna H. Hunkins S Resigned.Miss Agnes M. Hunt Mr. James F. Hunt Resigned.Mr. Charles H. Hunter Mrs. Ella Ruth Hurd Deceased.Mr. George H. Ireland Deceased.Mr. Fred D. Irish Resigned.Mrs. Ann E. Johnson Charter members.Miss Ed
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, List of Officers Past and present (search)
1900 Mr. John F. Ayer, 1901-1904 Mr. Frank M. Hawes, 1905—— Vice-presidents Mr. Charles D. Elliot, 1897 Mr. John F. Ayer, 1898, 1905-1907 Mr. Elbridge S. Brooks, 1898-1901 Mr. Frederic W. Parker. 1898 Mr. John S. Emerson, 1899 Mr. Luther B. Pillsbury, 1901-1905 Mr. James F. Whitney, 1901, 1904-1906 Mr. Levi L. Hawes, 1902-1907 Mr. Seth Mason, 1902 Mr. Oliver Bacon, 1903 Mr. F. DeWitt Lapham, 1907 Recording secretaries Mr. George F. Loring, 1897-1898 Mr. Alfred Morton Cutler, 1899 Mrs. Florence E. Holmes, 1905-1907 Miss Florence E. Carr, 1900-1902 Mrs. Elizabeth F. Hammond, 1903-1904 Corresponding secretaries Mr. George E. Littlefield, 1897 Mrs. V. E. Ayer, 1898-1904 Miss Florence E. Carr, 1905 Mrs. Ella Ruth Hurd, 1906-1907 Treasurers Mr. Frederic W. Stone, 1897-1899 Mr. Oliver Bacon, 1900-1902 Mr. Seth Mason, 1903-1906 Mr. William B. Holmes, 1907 Librarians and Curators Mr. Howard Dawson, 1897-1899 Mr. Alfred Morton Cutler, 190
75, 76. Haymarket, Va., 43. Hazeltine, Amos, 14. Hicks,——--. 73. Highfield, The, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 49, 52. Highfield-mead, The. 25, 26. Highland Avenue. 32. Hill Building, 36. Hill, Charles, 9. Hill, Harriet. 9. Hill, Ivers, 11. Hill, James, 55. Hill, James F., 9. Hill, James, Jr., 9. Hill, Richard, 9. Hills' Rebel Corps, 60. Historical Festival, 77. Historic Leaves, 77. Historic Sites, Committee on, 77. Hitchings, Mrs., Augustus, 9. Hodges, John, 30. Holmes. William B., 73. Home for the Aged, 32. Homer, Annie. 6. Homer. George W., 6. Homer, Jacob. 6. Homer. Mrs. Mary B., 6, 10. Homer Square, 33. Hopkins, James R., 74. Hopkinton, Mass., 2. Horton, John E., 56. Houghton, Amory, 5. Houghton, Francis, 5. Hourglass. 5. Howe. Henry, 22. Huchins, Captain, John, 22. Hudson, Charles H., 41. Hunnewell, Charles, 50, 51, Hunnewell, James, 51. Hunnewell, Joseph, 51. Hurnnewell, Richard, 50, 51. Hunnewell, Thomas, 50. Hunne