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Wide-format group portrait of the Maynard Lodge No. 131, International Order of Odd Fellows, Centennial Celebration

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A monograph outlining interesting facts about the International Order of Odd Fellows lodges in Maynard.

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The interlink chain on his lapel is an Odd Fellows symbol.

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A collar worn by members of the Odd Fellows Lodge during ceremonies.

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A sepia-colored photograph of William and Walter Priest. They were two of Maynard's leading business men in the early 1900's to the 1930's.
IOOF-MU Independent Order of Odd Fellows - Manchester Unity

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A collection of original letters and a certificate written in 1849 to R. L. Davis of Stow, Mass. from the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, White Mountain Lodge, No. 5 of Concord, NH. It is not clear what service Mr. Davis did for the Lodge.

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The Maynard Lodge entered this float in 1933 or 1934. A Powder Mill building is in the background.

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This photo is variously identified as Odd Fellows or Masons. Most likely Masons.

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Front Row:__Bishop, Charles Dyson, Harry Rodway, Fred Randell, Francis Johnston, Bob Lester, Oliver Trees, Tom Smith

Center Row: William Morris, ___?,…

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A poster containing the rules of the Maynard Social Club.

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A photo of the Maynard Lodge of the IOOF, taken in Boston on September 21, 1898.

P. J. Sullivan: Back row, 4th from left
Asahel Haynes:Back row, 6th from left
William Bishop: 2nd row from back, 4th from left
Frank Wilder, Sr.: Front, standing…

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Contains a list of officiers and the program of events through September 1918.

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The Odd Fellows Building was built in the late 1890's for Julius Loewe who had a pharmacy in one part of the store. There was also a jeweler and a men's clothing store. On the second floor was a hall where several of the local organizations held…

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Mr. Hillis, with Mr. Joseph W. Reed, resident lawyers, gave his services without compensation in obtaining the Charter for the Town of Maynard. He was elected a member of the first school committee at the first town meeting on April 27, 1871. Also…