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Cupola and weathervane located at Maynard Town Hall, 195 Main Street.

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Demolition of the Assabet & Middlesex House buildings at 143 Main Street. The buildings were most recently used as the Town Hall but are being destroyed to become the new Maynard Post Office.

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Town Hall at 195 Main Street

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Demolition of the Assabet & Middlesex House buildings at 143 Main Street. The buildings were most recently used as the Town Hall but are being destroyed to become the new Maynard Post Office.

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Demolition of the Assabet & Middlesex House buildings at 143 Main Street. The buildings were most recently used as the Town Hall but are being destroyed to become the new Maynard Post Office.

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A centennial-related display set up outside of Maynard Town Hall. The sign reads "Ye Old Nut House" (or Hot House?), RESERVED, Maynard 1871. The 3 name plates are for (l-r): Chief George Whalen, Chairman Howard Boeske, Chief (illegible)

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A black and white photo of John MacDonald, Howard Boeske, and Joseph Dineen laying the cornerstone of the Town Building.

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At the time the library and police department was also housed in the building.