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From the Digital Equipment Corporation Library

A collection of short stories relating to the Town.


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A tool, possibly a spindle and bobbin, that was used in the Assabet Mills.

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"Illustrated by the author with three hundred and four pictures covering all the counties in Massachusetts".

A photograph entitled "Maynard Watering Place" can be found on page 175.

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This book lists the graves of soldiers and sailors of the Revolutionary War. While this was prior to the incorporation of the town of Maynard, names from neighboring Sudbury and Stow are listed on pages 47 and 48. The list for Sudbury includes…

Newspaper copy of the senior class.

A post card showing a birds eye of Summer Hill, Maynard, Mass.

A postcard of Main Street West End, Maynard, Mass.

A series of eight, brown-tinted photos that document the Hurricane of 1938 in Maynard, MA. They were developed by Samuel Photo Service, Maynard, Mass.

A post card picture of the Co-op Oil Storage Tanks and pump House, with a capacity of 50,000 gallons.

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From the title page:
"History of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Containing Carefully Prepared Histories of Every City and Town in the County, by Well-Known Writers, and A General History of the County from the Earliest to the Present Time". …

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A cookbook created by the student staff of WAVM, the student-run radio and television station at Maynard High School in Maynard, Massachusetts. Proceeds from the cookbook went towards establishing the WAVM Karen Lee MacGillivary scholarship fund.

In June 2002, the Maynard Historical Society launched a new project of documenting each house in Maynard through photography. An invitation for the Community to help was issued in June 2002. Volunteers were critical to the success. Linda Hart and…

A collection of color photos of the interior snd exterior of the Brown Family House at 93 Acton Street. There are 90 small color photos and 5 large color photos. The photos show the interior rooms of the house in 2000, along with a photo of the…

A faded green photo album from ca1910 of the Brown Family who were living at 93 Acton Street, Maynard, at the time. There are 67 sepia photos of family members, the house and barn, and family pets.

This item represents a collection of historical data and photos of the the Brown Family house and its early occupants located at 93 Acton Street, Maynard, MA. The project of researching and documenting the history of the house and the family…

The power house was converted into St. Casimir's Church. Interesting thought on the back of photo.