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This was the Lake Boon end of the ride on the Assabet River from Maynard. The Boston & Maine Railroad Station in background.
All about education in Maynard: schools, yearbooks, sports.
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Bound book of the twelve 1937 magazines published by the Knights of Columbus. Columbia Magazine New Haven, United States Publishing continuously…
The car was driven at the time Monster was headquartered in the mill.
This notice of regulations hung for many years in the Parker Street Hall.
An initialed M.H.S. class pin. The pin came from Folger, 180 Broadway, NY that was in business in the early 1900s. The initials probably do not…
The American Volkssport Association, AVA, under the auspices of the International Volkssportverband, IVV, held a walking event in Maynard . The patch…
These old medicine bottles were found at the site of the Turnpike School, now Glenwood Cemetery.
This inkwell fit into the wooden desks used in the Maynard Public Schools. They were only put out during penmanship.
The MILLTOWNERS were a male vocal group that performed at the time of the Centennial. They wore this patch on a their vest as part of the costume.
The house was an original Powder Mill residence. The barn was later moved from Great Road to Elmhurst Farm. Neither structure is in existence now.
It is not known what the occasion was being celebrated. The banner in center left of photo translate to "Worker's Party Finnish Socialist…
The attached houses where built in 1901 to house mill workers. The location is corner of Main St. and Florida Rd. where Post Office is now located.…
The American Woolen Company built the houses off Parker Street and owned the variety store.
Bobbins were wound with the yarn that was used in weaving.
The shuttle carried the weft back and forth through the warp to make the weave.