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A collection of citations from the Ward EPT to Oliver H. Lampila.

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This Selective Service card belongs to Albert E. Batley of 68 Acton Street, Maynard, MA. Mr. Batley was duly registered April 27, 1942, during WWII. He was registered by Ethel R. Butterworth, registrar for Local Board #54, Concord, MA.

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Built by the W. P. A. during the depression of the 1930's. It was used as an alert center for the Air Wardens during World War II. Dismantled when the parking lot was enlarged at the rear of Memorial Park.

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An Army WW II winter coat made from heavy-duty wool.

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A pair of Army boots issued to Antonio S. Terrasi during WW II. This item is part of a WW II Army memorabilia collection from Antonio S. Terrasi.

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The American Red Cross passed out various items for WW II soldiers in battle by using a cotton pouch for distribution. This item is part of an Army WW II collection from Antonio S. Terrasi.

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An Army ammunition pouch, with the name H. Mattonen printed on it. This pouch is part of a WW II Army memorabilia collection from Antonio S. Terrasi.

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An Army hat included in a collection of WW II military memorabilia from Antonio S. Terrasi.

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Antonio S. Terrasi was born on September 11, 1922 and passed away on Friday, March 14, 2008.
Antonio was a resident of Maynard, Massachusetts.
The honorary document is signed by George W. Bush.

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A WW II Army jacket belonging to Sgt. Antonio S. Terrasi of Maynard.

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This service flag was made by James Ledyard, Sr. He had three boys serving in WW II: William, James, and John.

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Two green/brown, woolen, medical blankets manufactured for the US Military by the American Woolen Company.

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A green World War II Army jacket with the name of Schnair imprinted on the collar. Mr. Peter Schnair was a resident of Maynard, MA.

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This jacket was worn by Gino Pierozzi who saw considerable action. An Army jacket from World War II.

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Walter Zancewicz was aboard the first ship, Marine Serpent, that entered Pearl Harbor after the bombing of December 7, 1941. The second photo is the ship.

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Chief Priest demonstrates use of inhalator to Civil Defense personnel.

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Picture taken on Main Street looking east.

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

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A collection of posters sent to Maynard Selective Service or Post Office encouraging the purchasing of bonds to finance the war.

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A collection of ration coupons including War Ration Books One, Two and Three, Fuel Oil Ration, United Co-operative Butter Card, V-Fuel Oil Ration and Sugar Ration.