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Charles Brooks (search for this): chapter 34
, the editorial labors have increased. This issue is therefore an Editorial number. We would be pleased to have the next a Contributors'. The kindly comments we have received during our eight years incumbency have been very encouraging, and the assistance of contributors to the fund of Medford history very material. Of these latter we say, May their tribe increase. There is a dearth of recorded history of Medford from 1840 to 1870, incidents of war time, and matters the revision of Brooks' history failed to notice. Send them to us. We have alluded on another page to the action of the Society relative to the register of the future. This increase of subscription price is absolutely necessary, as during its entire history its publication has been at a deficit that in some way had to be met from the treasury. Increased expenses in the management of the Society preclude such payment further, and the consensus of opinion is, that the publication must continue. Notice of the
he past two years have yielded little matter for our pages, the editorial labors have increased. This issue is therefore an Editorial number. We would be pleased to have the next a Contributors'. The kindly comments we have received during our eight years incumbency have been very encouraging, and the assistance of contributors to the fund of Medford history very material. Of these latter we say, May their tribe increase. There is a dearth of recorded history of Medford from 1840 to 1870, incidents of war time, and matters the revision of Brooks' history failed to notice. Send them to us. We have alluded on another page to the action of the Society relative to the register of the future. This increase of subscription price is absolutely necessary, as during its entire history its publication has been at a deficit that in some way had to be met from the treasury. Increased expenses in the management of the Society preclude such payment further, and the consensus of opini
during the past two years have yielded little matter for our pages, the editorial labors have increased. This issue is therefore an Editorial number. We would be pleased to have the next a Contributors'. The kindly comments we have received during our eight years incumbency have been very encouraging, and the assistance of contributors to the fund of Medford history very material. Of these latter we say, May their tribe increase. There is a dearth of recorded history of Medford from 1840 to 1870, incidents of war time, and matters the revision of Brooks' history failed to notice. Send them to us. We have alluded on another page to the action of the Society relative to the register of the future. This increase of subscription price is absolutely necessary, as during its entire history its publication has been at a deficit that in some way had to be met from the treasury. Increased expenses in the management of the Society preclude such payment further, and the consensus
ory failed to notice. Send them to us. We have alluded on another page to the action of the Society relative to the register of the future. This increase of subscription price is absolutely necessary, as during its entire history its publication has been at a deficit that in some way had to be met from the treasury. Increased expenses in the management of the Society preclude such payment further, and the consensus of opinion is, that the publication must continue. Notice of the advance was immediately sent to all subscribers, and the renewal coupons already received indicate their interest in our work. A little earnest effort on the part of all our members just now will put the register on a secure business foundation and be an encouragement to the contributors to its pages to do more and better work (if that be possible) in the future. And so, as a labor of love for the Society and our home city, we send out this number, with greeting and best wishes for the new year, 1916.