1891. Horace Mann is today thirty one years old and is pleasantly situated in Brockton, Mass. where he is City Physician and has an extensive practice. He is very happy with his wife Eunice and little boy Dean Jewett, now nearly two years old, and from all accounts, a very smart child. If he lives to make as good a record as his namesake and grandfather, he will certainly do well. Now old year and big volume, farewell!! (T.S.R. 32. 2 P.M. 43. S.S. 43.)
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