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  • Collection: Unidentified Photos, Artifacts and Documents in our Archives

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Possibly Raymond Veitch for sure not his brother Jack.

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John Lubin is sitting, far right front.

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This formal wedding photograph is unidentified. The date is estimated by wedding dress and C.D. Holmes photography business.

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The tree next to unidentified female was blown down during the 1938 hurricane. The gazebo is seen in the background.

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Four photographs of unidentified females in full bathing attire enjoying a swim in the lake.

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Unidentified family group at the lake.

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This seems to be an adult event, at least no children are shown.

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This house is not identified. The women seems to be working on her needle point or knitting. Her clothing suggests early 1900's.

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Unknown man standing in front of Bachrack's Market in the Knight of Columbus building near the corner of Nason and Summer Streets.

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These seven formal photographs were taken by C. D. Holmes and mounted as Cabinet Cards. None of the subjects are identified.

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A photo of a Maynard Baseball Team of unknown time period.

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An unidentified young girl is posing with Archbishop Richard Cardinal Cushing on the occasion of her Confirmation at St. Bridget's Church..

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This photo is from a swimming party at Revere Beach. Swimsuits are in the style of the 1910's.

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A black and white photo of young girls conducting a car wash at the New Orbit Car Wash.

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A faded photo of an adult woman and two young girls. It is labeled Hazel, Grandma, and Munroe on the back.

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Picture found at the Maynard town dump by Ralph Sheridan. Could be the Maynard family or someone missing the town.

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Lizzie is in the photo of an unidentified resort.

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Although Maynard has only a few dams, the location of this one remains a mystery.

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This building was originally identified as the first fire station in Maynard that was build on Nason Street in 1892 and published incorrectly in the 1971 History of Maynard book. After comparing the picture with others of the actual Nason Street…