hide Sorting

You can sort these results in two ways:

By entity
Chronological order for dates, alphabetical order for places and people.
By position (current method)
As the entities appear in the document.

You are currently sorting in ascending order. Sort in descending order.

hide Most Frequent Entities

The entities that appear most frequently in this document are shown below.

Entity Max. Freq Min. Freq
Abraham Touro 41 1 Browse Search
Mystick River (Massachusetts, United States) 40 0 Browse Search
Peter C. Brooks 40 0 Browse Search
Joseph Prout 26 2 Browse Search
Matthew Cradock 24 0 Browse Search
John H. Hooper 22 0 Browse Search
Salem (Massachusetts, United States) 20 0 Browse Search
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) 18 0 Browse Search
Jonathan Dunster 18 0 Browse Search
J. H. Hooper 18 0 Browse Search
View all entities in this document...

Browsing named entities in a specific section of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 23.. Search the whole document.

Found 22 total hits in 18 results.

1 2
October 20th (search for this): chapter 23
The Society's work, 1919-20. The opening meeting, October 20, was a Get-Together Social, enjoyed by all present. November 17, John Albree, Esq., of Swampscott (a member) gave an illustrated talk, An Old Quaker's Diary. A graphic recital of War Experiences, by Rev. Henry Francis Smith of West Medford on December 15. The largest attendance was on March 15. Mr. Malcom Davis, Superintendent, gave an address on the Boy Scouts and seventeen Scouts gave examples of their work and training, after which refreshments were served. May 17, Librarian George S. Evans of Somerville told of the settling of Woburn in The Seven against the Wilderness, presenting a copy to our library. October 20, February 16 and April 19 the meetings were conducted by our members in informal manner and Questionnaire, What do you know about salt hay proving of interest. The annual meeting, January 19, came in the wake of a blizzard and deep snow. Favorable reports of officers were received—our home free o
November 17th (search for this): chapter 23
The Society's work, 1919-20. The opening meeting, October 20, was a Get-Together Social, enjoyed by all present. November 17, John Albree, Esq., of Swampscott (a member) gave an illustrated talk, An Old Quaker's Diary. A graphic recital of War Experiences, by Rev. Henry Francis Smith of West Medford on December 15. The largest attendance was on March 15. Mr. Malcom Davis, Superintendent, gave an address on the Boy Scouts and seventeen Scouts gave examples of their work and training, after which refreshments were served. May 17, Librarian George S. Evans of Somerville told of the settling of Woburn in The Seven against the Wilderness, presenting a copy to our library. October 20, February 16 and April 19 the meetings were conducted by our members in informal manner and Questionnaire, What do you know about salt hay proving of interest. The annual meeting, January 19, came in the wake of a blizzard and deep snow. Favorable reports of officers were received—our home free
opening meeting, October 20, was a Get-Together Social, enjoyed by all present. November 17, John Albree, Esq., of Swampscott (a member) gave an illustrated talk, An Old Quaker's Diary. A graphic recital of War Experiences, by Rev. Henry Francis Smith of West Medford on December 15. The largest attendance was on March 15. Mr. Malcom Davis, Superintendent, gave an address on the Boy Scouts and seventeen Scouts gave examples of their work and training, after which refreshments were served. May 17, Librarian George S. Evans of Somerville told of the settling of Woburn in The Seven against the Wilderness, presenting a copy to our library. October 20, February 16 and April 19 the meetings were conducted by our members in informal manner and Questionnaire, What do you know about salt hay proving of interest. The annual meeting, January 19, came in the wake of a blizzard and deep snow. Favorable reports of officers were received—our home free of debt and practically a clean slate on c
April 19th (search for this): chapter 23
iary. A graphic recital of War Experiences, by Rev. Henry Francis Smith of West Medford on December 15. The largest attendance was on March 15. Mr. Malcom Davis, Superintendent, gave an address on the Boy Scouts and seventeen Scouts gave examples of their work and training, after which refreshments were served. May 17, Librarian George S. Evans of Somerville told of the settling of Woburn in The Seven against the Wilderness, presenting a copy to our library. October 20, February 16 and April 19 the meetings were conducted by our members in informal manner and Questionnaire, What do you know about salt hay proving of interest. The annual meeting, January 19, came in the wake of a blizzard and deep snow. Favorable reports of officers were received—our home free of debt and practically a clean slate on current expenses. The election made no change in personell of Executive Board. Vice-President Ackerman was chosen President, succeeding Mr. Mann, who was chosen Librarian to succee
The Society's work, 1919-20. The opening meeting, October 20, was a Get-Together Social, enjoyed by all present. November 17, John Albree, Esq., of Swampscott (a member) gave an illustrated talk, An Old Quaker's Diary. A graphic recital of War Experiences, by Rev. Henry Francis Smith of West Medford on December 15. The largest attendance was on March 15. Mr. Malcom Davis, Superintendent, gave an address on the Boy Scouts and seventeen Scouts gave examples of their work and training, after which refreshments were served. May 17, Librarian George S. Evans of Somerville told of the settling of Woburn in The Seven against the Wilderness, presenting a copy to our library. October 20, February 16 and April 19 the meetings were conducted by our members in informal manner and Questionnaire, What do you know about salt hay proving of interest. The annual meeting, January 19, came in the wake of a blizzard and deep snow. Favorable reports of officers were received—our home free o
The Society's work, 1919-20. The opening meeting, October 20, was a Get-Together Social, enjoyed by all present. November 17, John Albree, Esq., of Swampscott (a member) gave an illustrated talk, An Old Quaker's Diary. A graphic recital of War Experiences, by Rev. Henry Francis Smith of West Medford on December 15. The largest attendance was on March 15. Mr. Malcom Davis, Superintendent, gave an address on the Boy Scouts and seventeen Scouts gave examples of their work and training, after which refreshments were served. May 17, Librarian George S. Evans of Somerville told of the settling of Woburn in The Seven against the Wilderness, presenting a copy to our library. October 20, February 16 and April 19 the meetings were conducted by our members in informal manner and Questionnaire, What do you know about salt hay proving of interest. The annual meeting, January 19, came in the wake of a blizzard and deep snow. Favorable reports of officers were received—our home free o
December 15th (search for this): chapter 23
The Society's work, 1919-20. The opening meeting, October 20, was a Get-Together Social, enjoyed by all present. November 17, John Albree, Esq., of Swampscott (a member) gave an illustrated talk, An Old Quaker's Diary. A graphic recital of War Experiences, by Rev. Henry Francis Smith of West Medford on December 15. The largest attendance was on March 15. Mr. Malcom Davis, Superintendent, gave an address on the Boy Scouts and seventeen Scouts gave examples of their work and training, after which refreshments were served. May 17, Librarian George S. Evans of Somerville told of the settling of Woburn in The Seven against the Wilderness, presenting a copy to our library. October 20, February 16 and April 19 the meetings were conducted by our members in informal manner and Questionnaire, What do you know about salt hay proving of interest. The annual meeting, January 19, came in the wake of a blizzard and deep snow. Favorable reports of officers were received—our home free
March 15th (search for this): chapter 23
The Society's work, 1919-20. The opening meeting, October 20, was a Get-Together Social, enjoyed by all present. November 17, John Albree, Esq., of Swampscott (a member) gave an illustrated talk, An Old Quaker's Diary. A graphic recital of War Experiences, by Rev. Henry Francis Smith of West Medford on December 15. The largest attendance was on March 15. Mr. Malcom Davis, Superintendent, gave an address on the Boy Scouts and seventeen Scouts gave examples of their work and training, after which refreshments were served. May 17, Librarian George S. Evans of Somerville told of the settling of Woburn in The Seven against the Wilderness, presenting a copy to our library. October 20, February 16 and April 19 the meetings were conducted by our members in informal manner and Questionnaire, What do you know about salt hay proving of interest. The annual meeting, January 19, came in the wake of a blizzard and deep snow. Favorable reports of officers were received—our home free o
1 2