Our first focus in Volume 5 is on the original Oliver Ames who came to Easton in 1803. Reverend William Chaffin prepared a manuscript about the "original Oliver" which had never been published. We are honored to do so in this volume. Life in the early 1900s is included in several articles by Jean Southworth Alger, Avery "Lee" Williams and Grace Reardon Duhamel, a lifelong Barrows Street resident who enjoyed playing with the Ames sisters at "Queset". Other articles included in this volume were written by Leon Lombardi, poems submitted by Anne Wooster Drury, articles by Edward Leonard, Robert Wooster, Sr., and George Comeaux. A "This and That" section has been added - A Medley of Short Pieces.

Reminiscences Volume 5

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