Malden Past and Present: Issued on the Occasion of the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of Malden, Mass., May, 1899 : Incorporated as a Town in 1649

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Malden Mirror, 1899 - Malden (Mass.) - 112 pages
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Page 14 - His early education was obtained in the public schools of his native city, supplemented by a college education at the old Western Reserve College at Hudson, Ohio.
Page 70 - ... religious and social meetings, gymnasiums and such other means and services as may conduce to the accomplishment of that object, according to the general rules and regulations of the state executive committee of the young men's Christian associations of this state, may make, sign and acknowledge before any officer authorized to take acknowledgments of deeds in this state and, with the written consent and approbation of one of the...
Page 53 - ... meeting adjourned devoted some time to sight-seeing throughout the State of California. He was possessed of a competency, and therefore gave much of his time to literary pursuits and a cultivation of the sciences. The doctor was a member of the New York State Medical Society, the Chautauque County Medical Society, and the American Medical Association, and an honorary member of the California State Medical Society. Dr.
Page 82 - He was educated in the schools of his native town and at the universities of Kiel and Berlin.
Page 27 - He was educated in the public and high schools of his native city, and in New York University, but left college before graduation to engage in civil engineering.
Page 85 - He is a Republican in politics and is a member of the AME church, which he has served in the capacity of steward.
Page 63 - I was accepted as a member of the Massachusetts Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, in 1908.
Page 29 - Veech, was admitted to the bar in 1850, and has been engaged in the practice of his profession ever since.
Page 83 - He is a Republican in politics, and was a member of the city council in 1906.
Page 37 - Huron, where he received a common school education, and at the age of fourteen years began to learn the trade of harness maker with an elder brother, HJ Kvihn.

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