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Battery D, 2nd Field Artillery, Captain W.C. Brayne, Commanding, of Lowell, firing the fifty gun salute on the morning of April 19, 1921 on the hill at the rear of the Brooks Reed residence on Summer Street.

Taken on the steps of the Congregational Church.

This book was owned by Amory Maynard, the name sake of the Town of Maynard. It was given to William Gutteridge, who in turn presented it to Gavin A. Taylor at the time of the 50th anniversary of the town in 1921, with the request that it be…

This is the house Amory Maynard lived in when first came to Assabet Village.


This picture was taken on Main St. the day the Assabet Savings Bank was opened in the Riverside Block. The bank was located on the second floor. On the right is the Maynard Block, later the Masonic Building.
Front Seat: Fred Persons
Back Seat:…

Load of Cloth from Assabet Mills at the Express Office on Main Street, 1916. From Left to Right Arthur Jordan, Richard Parmenter at rear of truck, Joe Fitzpatrick, Arley Lawrence at side, William Nelson, driver.

A photo of nos. 23 & 25 Concord Street, Maynard, Mass. Charles Roberts - Herbert Martin
Mae (Martin) Lowell - Eva (Roberts) Macomber

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Front: ___?, Ralph Jones, Ed. Carlton, Marion Jones, Walter Larkin, ___?

Back: Allan Palmer, ___?, ___?, Theron Lowden, ___?, ___?, William Johnson

A Valentine with a peach-colored tree, made of crepe paper, and two cupids. The poem reads: "My Valentine with charms so sweet, I lay this offering at your feet." The inside inscription reads To: Anne, From: Agnes. It is dated 1925.

Dry Finishing Room Employees at Assabet Woolen Mills

Dr Edward J Flaherty, a practicing physician in Maynard for 40 years. His residence was on Main St, where the community bank is now located.

"Summer House"/Gazebo at Glenwood Cemetery, destroyed by the hurricane of Sept. 21, 1938

The Haman Smith house, also known as the Case house, is located on Great Road. Haman owned much land in Assabet Village (now Maynard) and gave each of his four sons a farm.


Located on Prospect Street, the church was erected in 1915-16.
The first photo was taken November 22, 1931. Second photo was taken in 1970. The third photo shows the redesigned entrance.

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2 Oak Street
Women with baby carriage unidentified.


Maynard's first fire station, located on Nason Street, was built ca 1891 and was used until early 1950's when a new station was built on Summer Street. Tony Collins is the driver, the first full time fireman (1903). At the very extreme left of the…

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Front Row: Lotto Helenius, Matti Siiri, Kalle Asiaza, John Forssi, ___?

Center Row: Matti Saruela, Paavo Suorsa, Matti Mattila (conductor), John Paavola, Matti Kangas, ___?

Back Row: Sam Ruotsala, Hugo Kajander, ___?, Mikko Hilpakka,…

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A lifelong resident of Maynard. Well known for his musical talents, dramatics, social, and civic activities. Outstanding end-man in minstrel shows, also a soloist, actor, bowler and politician. Served two terms as a Selectman after retirement from…