Publishers of the Official Souvenir Program
Westfield's 250th Anniversary Association

Edgar H. Plummer

Edgar H. Plummer
President and Editor

For over five years Mr. Plummer has made a careful study of journalism, writing many articles, and publishing several magazines. As a wise and efficient advertising man, he enjoys the confidence and admiration of his co-workers. Under his management many successful undertakings have been carried out, among which is the publishing of this book. He is a member of the Westfield Board of Trade, Western Hampden Historical Society, U. A. and N. A. Press Associations. At Present Mr. Plummer is associated with Forbes & Wallace, Springfield.

Carl E. W. Welcome
Carl E. W. Welcome
Secretary and Treasurer

Born February 6, 1883, in Westfield, Massachusetts, marryinng Miss Mary E. Harris, Spetember 19, 1905. Their son, Carl H. was born October 4, 1909.

He chose the hobby of stamp collecting twenty-six years ago, now having a very large general collection besides collections of the Philatelic side lines, coins, medlas, etc. He belongs to all the important stamp societies in the United States.

Fraternally he is a member of the following bodies: Mount Moriah Lodge A. F. and A. M.; Evening Star R. A. Chapter; Westfield Council R. amd S. M.; Springfield Council R. and S. M.; Springfield Commandery, No. 6 K.T.; Evening Star Lodge Perfection 14°; Massasoit Council Princes of Jerusalem; Springfield Chapter Rose Croix; Massachusetts Consistory S. P. R. S. 32°; Melha Temple A. A. O. N. M. S.; Bella Grotto No. 37; Golden Chapter No. 5, O. E. S.; Past Commander James B. Lay Camp No. 44 S. V.; Mount Tekoa Commandery No. 272; Ancient Order United Workmen; The Westfield Board of Trade, and Western Hampden Historical Society.

He has been employed for the past nine years as paymaster of the H. B. Smith Co.

M. O. Coleman
M. O. Coleman

The Pictorial Editor of the pictures found in this issue came to Westfield in 1874, and has continuously done business at the Coleman Studio ever since. Coleman avenue and Woronoco avenue are monuments of his business and enterprise.

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