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The program for Father Prusaitus celebration as a priest for 40 years.

A plot layout of the graves in St. Bridget's Cemetery as the 6th survey done by Horace F. Tuttle, of Acton in 1913.

A color photo of the gate leading into St. Bridget's Cemetery.

A car with members of the St. Bridget's Parish Holy Name Society are part of a parade heading up Main Street.

Unknown speaker at a meeting of the St. Bridget's Holy Name Society.

A baseball chest protector used by the Junior Holy Name Team of the 1920's and later used by the St. Bridget's Cadets. Joe Boulden was the catcher for both teams.

The play was presented at the Parker Street Hall.

The play was put on at the Parker Street Hall

The St. Bridget's Players were preparing the stage for a presentation of "George Washington Slept Here" on January 29, 30 & 31, 1945.
see Item 2012.355

A certificate awarded to Mr & Mrs. John Higgins recognizing the greatest number of family members serving in WWII.

A receipt for one quarter beginning in October 1885

Both are Maynard natives.

The churches as seen on Memorial Day, May 30, 1946.
First photo: St. Bridget Second photo: St. Casimir

left photo
l to r
Front: Marian May, Ellen Sheridan, Marjorie Paul, Ruth Manning

Back: ___ Stades, Marie Sheridan, Eleanor Martin, Ella Charpentier, Genevieve Lynch. Constance Stigliani, Mrs. Gately Evelyn Mulcahy

right photo areā€¦

A program for the Centennial Mass at St. Bridget Church on November 1, 1981.

St. Bridget's Parish Centennial Celebration Banquet Program including a note from Father Frank Regan, menu, and evening program agenda.

A Journal celebrating the Jubilee Year of the St. Bridget's Parish, Maynard, MA - August 7,8,9, 1919.

A Program for the Holy Name Society of St. Bridget's Parish Second Annual Minstrel Show, at the Parker Street Hall, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, April 7, 8, 9, 1947. The show was directed by Ethel F. Hannon, and Music by Mrs. Joseph P. Dineen.