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n to investigate, collect facts, and write up the subject. You two seem to know the most about High street. You once made a winter ramble along the smelt brook. You might make a back-yard ramble behind the High street houses and possibly discover or infer something. Sincerely yours, Thos. M. Stetson. Not all Mr. Stetson's queries were answered, and we are presenting them anew, with his notes in full, hoping they may awaken new interest along historic lines. He was the son of Rev. Caleb Stetson, the able minister of the First Parish (1827 to 1848). Under the caption A Medford Schoolboy's Reminiscences, in Vol. XVII, No. 4, is a most interesting contribution to our columns to which we call especial attention. His parents lived in Medford, first in the Rev. Charles Brooks house, but later on High street where is now St. Joseph's rectory. In reading his Reminiscences and these following notes it will be seen that he was at home on old High street, and his observations and de
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 25., Mr. Stetson's notes on information wanted. (search)
Mr. Stetson's notes on information wanted. Mr. Hooper opened this subject 4 Register, p. 1. As? By the foregoing it will be seen that Mr. Stetson was an interested and careful reader of theure hill placed in the way of travel as has Mr. Stetson, or called attention to the absence of buile use of for walks, and found it as good as Mr. Stetson said. The great excavation back of the Jms. The three other houses enumerated by Mr. Stetson still remain in excellent condition, the lahe multitude, sets off for old Menotomy. Mr. Stetson had (probably) not been in Medford since 18the name of High street. Who will answer Mr. Stetson's queries? and what artist will draw the mll known to us. That of a century ago which Mr. Stetson went to may be seen in our frontispiece. Twas. In the Register, Vol. XVII, p. 76, Mr. Stetson gives an interesting account of his school early high school did not fit for college, Mr. Stetson and James Hervey finished their preparation[2 more...]