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- Collection: Centennial
Guest name inserts in a plastic case with a blue ribbon.
The musical was sponsored by the Maynard Centennial Committee with the help of the Calico Belles; presented at the Maynard High School Auditorium.
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.
A Maynard Historical Society Membership Card issued for the Maynard Centennial Celebration, 1971.
Two blue and white banners used during the 1971 Centennial Celebration. The first was hung on the side of a car representing the Maynard Centennial Committee, and the other was on a car representing the Maynard Historical Society. They were used…
Three Centennial plates, celebrating the 1971 Maynard Centennial. They are cream and blue with a gold edging. Images of Maynard landmarks are imprinted on the bottom of the plate.
Seven (7) white and blue Centennial Cups.
A letter from the Lowell Sun's Metro Editor, Peter Gluckler, regarding the medal line cuts for the Centennial Emblem. It is dated July 1, 1971.
A ticket to one of the many events that occured at the time of Maynard's Centennial.
The event was held at St. Bridget's School Hall.
Four cream and black badge for Brothers of the Brush worn during the Maynard Centennial.
A ticket to the Maynard High School Alumni Association Banquet on June 30, 1971. It was held at Alphonse's Powder Mill Restaurant.
A rubber stamp with the name Maynard Centennial Committee imprinted.
A raffle ticket to win a Centennial Quilt with the drawing on July 4, 1971. The Quilt was made by Lin-Con Belles. It was all hand sewn with over 1500 pieces. There were over 600 hours invested in the lay-out, cut, and the sewing. The size was 81 x…
Two black calendar books for planning activities. On the cover is imprinted the words 'Maynard, Mass., Centennial, 1871-1971.
A black key case with the words 'Maynard Centennial 1871-1971 engraved on the inside.
A purple, clip-on, bow with the words Maynard Centennial 1871-1971 imprinted.
Seven red and white "Shavers Permit" badges to be worn by the men in Maynard who volunteered not to shave until the Centennial Parade.
Two metal line cuts from which the Centennial emblem was reproduced.