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A book describing the mills owned by the American Woolen Company in the 1920's. The Maynard description is shown as well as some introductory pages.

A black and white photo of Grade 1 in the Bancroft School, dated 1941. Naomi Boothroyd is in the third row (from the bottom), seventh child from the far left. If you can identify others please contact the Maynard Historical Society.

A photo of Grade 6 in the Bancroft School dated 1941. Dorothy Boothroyd is the last girl (from the left) in the second row from the bottom. If others can be identified please contact the Maynard Historical Society.

Bonnie Stuart School of the Dance presents an original production at Acton - Boxborough High School. Many of the dancers where Maynard residents.


A graduation program for the Maynard High School Class of 1967. The ceremony was held on June 11, 1967 in the MHS Auditorium, Maynard, MA.

A historical account of the Union Congregational Church of Maynard (Main Street) written at the time of their 100th anniversary

A collection of 16 photos largely of the parade.

Nason Street seen from the corner of Summer Street. The Nason Street Diner is visible in lower right.

This former automobile dealership was located on Great Road at the corner of Thompson Street.

The rotary was located at the junction of Great Rd (Rt.117) and Parker St (Rt.27). It was removed in the late 1970's and replaced with traffic lights. The Balcom Memorial seen in the rotary was moved to 212 Parker St.

This station was located at the corner of Powdermill Road and Waltham Street. This photo is likely taken in the 1940's.

An invoice for $3.15 from Alina's Beauty Salon, 73 Main Street, Maynard, is for items bought by the United Co-op, dated September 29, 1935.

An invoice from the American Supply House, at the corner of Nason and Summer Sts., Maynard, for items bought by the Maynard Co-operative Club. The invoice is dated September 19, 1935 and totals $5.15.

An invoice from J. J. Newberry Co. of items sold to the Maynard Co-operative Club for a total of $2.09, and dated September 19, 1935.

An invoice for 3,000 Whist Score Cards sold to the Maynard Co-operative Club, dated January 10, 1935. Albert R. Murphy is the proprietor of the business which was located at 56 Nason Street, Maynard.

A receipt from Gruber Bros. Furniture dated September 14, 1935. The articles were sold to the Young Co-op Club at 54 Main St., Maynard. A total of $10.47 was spent on a variety of items.

This is the list on the back of the photograph:
Manuel Pontes, James Mahoney, Manny Noqurira, John Casasanta, Anton Kolenda, Joe HIggenbottom, Adolph Maderios, Robert DeCosta, Mario Langlone, Robert McManus. Fred Arthur, Charles Silvia, Edwin…


A black and white photo which appeared in the "Valley Beacon" was of the newly elected Officers of the Maynard Dramatic Club for 1972-1973. The Officers are: (rear) Christine Molloy, President; (l-r) Carla French, Vice President; Helen Ketola,…

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Three black and white photos of the cast of "The Happiest Years". The individuals are not identified.