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.
Boarding houses on Main Street (USPS). These houses were built in 1902 by the American Woolen Company and served as boarding houses until 1933 when…
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This flag displayed the original 13 star flag that our founding fathers waved so proudly in 1776.
A silk US Centennial Flag celebrating the country's 200th birthday. This flag was flown daily at the Town Building throughout 1975 and part of 1976.
This old American flag contains 44 stars. Wyoming, the 44th state, was admitted to the Union on July 10,1890. Utah, the 45th state, was admitted into…
This flag was found by the Morton's in their attic. They do not know the history of it, nor how it came to be in their attic.
A football banner that celebrates Maynard's 1938 Championship in the Middlesex Football League.
A cotton scarf made with Maynard High School colors of black and orange.
Two cotton money bags used by the Lovell Bus Lines.
A cotton apron produced for the Maynard, MA Centennial in 1971.
Two potholders made of asbestos made to promote the local businesses of Maynard Ice and Oil Company, of 241 Main Street, and the Assabet Coal Company.
A cotton bag that held 5 lbs. of Domino sugar from early to mid-twentieth century.
A Maynard High School football warm-up jacket with hood made of oilcloth/canvas.
The house was built about 1820. This photograph was likely taken to be included in William Gutteridge's "A Brief History of Maynard" that was…
Annual Christmas Party, Dry Finishing Dept. - 1935 American Woolen Company, Assabet Mill Maynard, Mass.
This is presumable a trip of Maynard residents to Washington.
Our Lady of Indulgence Society