Welcome to the online archives of the Maynard Historical Society in Maynard, Massachusetts. Our online archive represents a fraction of the documents, photographs, artifacts and memorabilia that the Society has in storage and we are continuously working to catalog and make our collection available here for all to enjoy. Please read the "About" page for additional information on this project or the "Tips" page for ways to find and discover historical information.
Taken from Ben Smith’s Bridge
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A store window featuring Serta "Perfect Sleeper" Mattress (for $79.50)
Photograph of Gruber Brothers Furniture located at 117 Main Street. The building dates to the 1860's when it was known as the Riverside Building. …
The trolley car barn as seen from Summer Hill Road
A cotton cloth bag used to carry money.
A laundry bag used by Middlesex Laundry. Upon the bag is printed "Middlesex Linen Supply Tel. Maynard 72".
A collar worn by members of the Odd Fellows Lodge during ceremonies.
Tee shirts with Maynard, MA business and Club logos. These include the Maynard Auto Club, Cendant Mortgage Co., NE Appliance Co., and A. H. Painting.
An Army WW II winter coat made from heavy-duty wool.
A package of blue sewing lace from Woolworth's.
A pair of Army boots issued to Antonio S. Terrasi during WW II. This item is part of a WW II Army memorabilia collection from Antonio S. Terrasi.
The American Red Cross passed out various items for WW II soldiers in battle by using a cotton pouch for distribution. This item is part of an Army WW…
An Army ammunition pouch, with the name H. Mattonen printed on it. This pouch is part of a WW II Army memorabilia collection from Antonio S. Terrasi.
An Army hat included in a collection of WW II military memorabilia from Antonio S. Terrasi.
Antonio S. Terrasi was born on September 11, 1922 and passed away on Friday, March 14, 2008.
Antonio was a resident of Maynard, Massachusetts.
The trolley car is coming from Maynard turning the corner from Main Street onto Church Street in West Concord.
The store was located at what is now 6-8 Main Street. Maurice Blatt was also a Junk Dealer.
A WW II Army jacket belonging to Sgt. Antonio S. Terrasi of Maynard.
A black Maynard Tigers tee shirt with 1997-1998 logo. A pair of orange and black lady's basketball shorts. Three baseball shirts, a soccer shirt and…
The banquet was held at Colonial Hall.