Excerpt from Tale of a Dedham Tavern: History of the Norfolk Hotel, Dedham, Massachusetts
N collecting the subject-matter for this story of a Tavern in Dedham, Massachusetts, I have availed myself largely of the material and facilities afl'orded by the Dedham Historical Society, including the newspapers of Dedham be ginning with the Columbian M inerva and continu ing in an almost unbroken series to the present day, the Diaries of Nathaniel Ames, William Ames, and Herman Mann, and the books and records of various societies, clubs, and other Dedham organiz ations. I am also indebted to many of the resid ents of Dedham for much information in regard to the facts within these pages. It is a pleasure to record my obligation to these people, and es pecially to Miss Edna F Calder and Julius H. Tuttle, Esq.; also to my cousin, G. Howard May nadler, for many valuable suggestions. I also thank the Dedham Transcript for allowing me to quote freely from its files.
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