the fashion had changed and the tower came into its own again.
St. Mary's, on Salem street, near Malden line, whose brick tower in which is a clock paid for by Medford, was the first to build.
Then Grace church, out growing its wooden chapel of 1850, acquired largely through the munificence of Mrs. Ellen Shepherd Brooks its beautiful stone church with ivy mantled tower.
In ‘72 the First Methodist and the First Baptist, and in ‘73 Trinity Methodist and the Congregational (both the latter at volving sails it was an interesting sight, especially when in operation.
In sight of that was another tower (once a windmill), the old powder house just over the line in Somerville.
Harvard College erected on the hill beside Winthrop street in 1850 a tower, or cairn of rock, only a few years ago removed.
This was for a meridian mark, and due north from the observatory at Cambridge.
Even the most casual observer will note the difference in the dwellings of any town, and experienced ones c