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Season of 1922-23. No meetings were held in June and September as was expected, and the season opened as usual with that of October 16, 1922. Mr. J. Stevens Kadesch, principal of Medford High School, gave a very interesting address on Humor as Expressed in Dickens' Novels. A number of gifts to our collection were received and displayed, among them an Indian tomahawk found at West Medford by the late Samuel Teele. The November meeting was held on the 20th, in the vestry of the Mystic Church, which had recently celebrated its seventy-fifth anniversary, and the exercises were pertinent thereto. Fred H. C. Woolley was the speaker, his subject, Ship Street and Galen James. Our secretary notes it thus: A vivid account of the street as he knew it in the ‘70s, illustrating his talk with his own drawings of its houses and ships at the shipyard. On the blackboard he drew a vessel in construction, explaining as he proceeded; also pictures of Deacon James' horse and carriage and of