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. History of Northfield, New Hampshire 1780-1905. In two parts with many biographical sketches and portraits also pictures of public buildings and private residences . REV. B. A. ROGERS.. MARY M. GILE. PROFESSIONAL MEN AND WOMEN. 167 sister and several assistants. Two years later lie took a similar po-sition at Warsaw, N. Y. Here he enjoyed the acquaintance and friend-ship of Governor Pattison, a brother of Mrs. Mark Baker of Tilton,his fathers friend. An increase of salary lured him to Huntington,L. I., and, later, to Brooklyn, N. Y., and finally placed him at thehead of the New Haven schools

. History of Northfield, New Hampshire 1780-1905. In two parts with many biographical sketches and portraits also pictures of public buildings and private residences . REV. B. A. ROGERS.. MARY M. GILE. PROFESSIONAL MEN AND WOMEN. 167 sister and several assistants. Two years later lie took a similar po-sition at Warsaw, N. Y. Here he enjoyed the acquaintance and friend-ship of Governor Pattison, a brother of Mrs. Mark Baker of Tilton,his fathers friend. An increase of salary lured him to Huntington,L. I., and, later, to Brooklyn, N. Y., and finally placed him at thehead of the New Haven schools Stock Photo
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. History of Northfield, New Hampshire 1780-1905. In two parts with many biographical sketches and portraits also pictures of public buildings and private residences . REV. B. A. ROGERS.. MARY M. GILE. PROFESSIONAL MEN AND WOMEN. 167 sister and several assistants. Two years later lie took a similar po-sition at Warsaw, N. Y. Here he enjoyed the acquaintance and friend-ship of Governor Pattison, a brother of Mrs. Mark Baker of Tilton,his fathers friend. An increase of salary lured him to Huntington,L. I., and, later, to Brooklyn, N. Y., and finally placed him at thehead of the New Haven schools. Here he remained in various ca-pacities, as teacher, supervisor and business man, for 20 years. Hevisited European cities to study school methods and school archi-tecture. He had a great love of the beautiful and abroad and every-where collected works of art and vertu. His last teaching was astutor for the sons of wealthy men who were fitting for special coursesat Yale. He commenced the scientific study of music while at Hanover, buthad little need of masters, as he inherited from his mother, a lovelyGerman lady, a natural aptitude for it and made it a lifelong studyand pleasure

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