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6. †53,648P. PolainMar. 27, 1866. †53,881S. H. RoperApr. 10, 1866. †54,065J. B. DoolittleApr. 17, 1866. 57,864A. ChristSept. 11, 1866. 59,629A. L. MunsonNov. 13, 1866. 63,450R. W. DrewApr. 2, 1867. 65,510E. K. RootJune 4, 1867. 75,016G. HolmanMar. 3, 1868. 85,350J. AdamsDec. 29, 1868. †93,572R. WhiteAug. 10, 1869. †93,653R. WhiteAug. 10, 1869. †94,003C. A. KingAug 24, 1869. 97,780F. A. Le MatDec. 14, 1869. †99,505R. WhiteFeb. 1, 1870. †99,690J. M. MarlinFeb. 8, 1870. 99,693J. C. MillerFeb. 8, 1870. 100,227R. WhiteFeb. 22, 1870. 102,782Felix and De DartienMay 10, 1870 103,013G. W. H. CalverMay 17, 1870. 104,636W. I. PageJune 21, 1870. †109,417B. F. JoslynNov. 22, 1870. †111,534G. H. HarringtonFeb. 7, 1871. 113,053S. S. HopkinsMar. 28, 1871. 115.483B. F. JoslynMay 30, 1871. 115,916F. WessonJune 13, 1871. 116,078Moss and JohnsonJune 20, 1871. 116,422Forehand and WadsworthJune 27, 1871. †116,559F. G. CochranJuly 4, 1871. †116,593F. W. HoodJuly
t number, the twelfth volume of the Register is completed. The aim of the Publication Committee has been to present a magazine distinctively local; to gather from authentic sources items of Medford history that might otherwise be lost; and to preserve them in a worthy and attractive form. That a good degree of success has been attained is evident. The first four volumes bear the imprint of Rockwell & Churchill, Boston; the others show the excellent and careful work of our townsman, J. C. Miller, Jr. The preparation of the illustrations has been mainly the work of Mr. Eddy; though thanks for the use of cuts are due in a few cases to others. During ten years, Messrs. C. H. Loomis, Walter H. Cushing, Will C. Eddy and Miss Helen T. Wild were successively editors. By their able work, a reputable position among kindred publications has been reached. Mr. David H. Brown succeeded Miss Wild, and the issue of January, 1908, was edited by him. After his death Mr. Moses W. Mann was ch
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 20., Historical Society Reaches Majority in its New home. (search)
Register submitted to him as superb. The chair then asked for the Society's appreciation of the printer's work, but found the vote was not wholly unanimous, as one man had not risen. Asking him to rise he was introduced as the printer, J. C. Miller, Jr. Mr. Miller responded that he came to enjoy the occasion but found he was unexpectedly hearing good things about himself. He was gratified that the Society was satisfied with the appearance of the Register, for he had tried to do good work Mr. Miller responded that he came to enjoy the occasion but found he was unexpectedly hearing good things about himself. He was gratified that the Society was satisfied with the appearance of the Register, for he had tried to do good work on it. Everybody knows he has succeeded. At this juncture Judge Wait wanted the floor again. This accorded him, he wished to add, That the Society's existence and work had set forces in motion for the preservation of the Royall house. At the risk of contempt, the President regretted his recognition of His Honor, as he was about to speak of the same and to introduce Dr. Charles M. Green, president of the Royall House Association. This was then done and Dr. Green responded in felicitous rema
Our Advertisers. We wish to call attention to our advertising pages and to Medford and other tradesmen who can supply our readers. Our printer has displayed them clearly. That's Miller. He prints the Register and will do your work in first-class shape. Irish the optometrist will aid in reading, if your vision is defective, and with Moore's Won't Leak you can write a clean order or letter to anyone. If Drs. Richardson or O'Donnell do your dentistry you will keep your health and be ready to plant a garden with Burpee's Seeds that Grow. Your house will want good floors of Miles' Finish, and Leavens' furniture, colonial or modern. The wool that the Hallowell firm sells is the real thing, and when made up will clothe you warmly, but your hats and gloves you can get of Leahy, and be ready to ride in one of Teel's autos. He has a fine display in that new store for you to select from. Some store, isn't it? Hervey has a new store, too, and always was the quality grocer.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 24., Medford Historical Society. (search)
D. Webster Johnson. Philip A. Jerguson. Charles S. Jacobs, Mrs. Frances E. Jackson. George H. Lane. Carolyn R. Lawrence. Life Member. Rosewell B. Lawrence. Life Member. William B. Lawrence. Life Member. William Leavens. Emma D. Leavens. Agnes W. Lincoln. Life Member. Charles H. Loomis. Lewis H. Lovering. Life Member. Frank W. Lovering. Clara C. Lovering. Moses W. Mann. Elizabeth J. C. Mann. Leonard J. Manning. Martha J. Martin. George B. Means. J. C. Miller, Jr. Ernest B. Moore. Grace M. Moore. Warren T. Morse. Frances W. McGill. Frank L. Mason. Thomas H. Norton. Winthrop I. Nottage. Joseph E. Ober. George W. Parsons. Joseph W. Phinney. Life Member. Priscilla C. Phinney. Melvin W. Pierce. S. U. Prescott. Life Member. Edward S. Randall. George H. Remele. Thomas C. Richards, Rev. Percy W. Richardson. Harriet J. Russell. William J. Reilly. Mary E. Reilly. Walter E. Richardson. Elisha J. Sampson. George T. Sampson.