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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 4., Medford Historical Society. (search)
easurer. Benjamin F. Fenton. Recording Secretary. Herbert A. Weitz. Corresponding Secretary. George S. T. Fuller. Librarian and Curator. Agnes W. Lincoln. Standing committees. Publication. Chas. H. Loomis, Chairman. Helen T. Wild, David H. Brown, Mrs. J. M. G. Plummer, Geo. S. T. Fuller, Rev. Culler, E. D. brown. Papers and addresses. David H. Brown, Chairman. John Ward dean, Dr. R. J. P. Goodwin, John H. Hooper, Wm. Cushing Wait, Miss Agnes W. Lincoln. Historic sites. L. L. Dame, Chairman. L. J. Manning, Miss Hetty F. Wait, Miss Ella L. Burbank, Mrs. J. M. G. Plummer, Samuel Cushing. GeneKidder. Heraldry. Benj. P. Hollis, Chairman. F. H. C. Woolley, Wm. F. Kingman, Chas. B. Dunham, Dr. J. Hedenburg. Library and Collections. Miss A. W. Lincoln, Chairman. Miss M. E. Sargent, Miss Ella A. Leighton, Miss Katharine H. Stone, Abijah Thompson, Benj. F. Fenton, Geo. S. Delano, Wm. Cushing Wait,
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 4., Reminiscences of an earlier Medford. (search)
gyman in Alabama. The name of Swan was also well known and honored sixty years ago. No one bears that name here now. Mr. Samuel Swan had a family of seven children, and of them I have heard this story: Some one asked which of two of his sons, Lincoln or Timothy, was the elder. Let's see, was the answer; there are Sam, Dan, Jo, Han, Lin, Tim, and Ca—Oh, Lin is the elder! The names, properly extended, were Samuel, Daniel, Joseph, Hannah, Lincoln, Timothy, and Caleb. Daniel Swan was the beloLincoln, Timothy, and Caleb. Daniel Swan was the beloved physician of this town, and most pleasantly remembered by our citizens who have passed middle age. One of the most interesting memorials of the past standing in Medford was the Tufts house in the public square, on the western corner of Forest street. It was torn down in 1867. It was a large unpainted wooden building, three stories high in the front, and sloping down to one low story in the rear. Such was the picturesque style of building our fathers affected a century and a half ago.
ves. 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. Willi