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Miss Jessie M. Dinsmore. Curator and librarian George H. Remele Directors William Leaven J. A.C. Emerson Melvin W. Pierce Standing Committees. Publication Moses W. Mann. Miss Helen T. Wild. Miss Eliza M. Gill C. W. M. Blanchard Frederic Dole Membership. H. N. Ackerman. Edward M. Peters. Miss Elizabeth R. Carty. Mrs. Ella J. Fuller. Abner H. Barker. Mrs. H. A. C. Scott. William Leavens. J. A. C. Emerson. Andrew F. Curtin. E. Earl Blakely. Miss . Miss Catherine E. Harlow. Miss Ella L. Burbank. Genealogy. Miss Eliza M. Gill. Miss Annie E. Durgin. Miss Hetty F. Wait. Henry E. Scott. Heraldry. Charles B. Dunham. John Albree. Charles H. Loomis. Charles M. Green. C. W. M. Blanchard. Library and collection. George H. Remele. Miss Agnes W. Lincoln. Miss Martha E. Hayes. Miss lily B. Atherton. Rosewell B. Lawrence. William Gushing Wait. Miss Elizabeth W. Howe. H. N. Ackerman. Melvin W. Pierce. Frederic
may find something relating to Medford, suggested by a ragged sheet of paper legiwritten upon more than a century ago. It is one of several furnished us by the late Francis A. Wait, who wrote: You can put this in the Register if you fit. Mr. Blanchard's hotel was just south Cradock bridge. A portion of the house is Standing now on Main street. For a better understanding of it, a backward look is worth while. Medford in 1805 had but little more than eleven hundred inhabitants. The mo business enough to require a clerk of the market in 1801. There were several taverns for accommodation of travellers, and the product of several distil-houses had acquired a more than local reputation. Tradition has it That a man named Blanchard who had connections in Malden, was the first to set up a distillery in Medford. It was on the south side of the river. . . afterward used by Hezekiah Blanchard the innholder, who distilled anise-seed, snake-root and clove-water. While auth