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The ledger list the name and weekly wages of the woolen mill employees. The pay ranged from $.07 to $.40 per hour for a 60 hour week.
The highest paid employee was W. H. Maynard, the son of Amory Maynard, who earned $95.85/week as the…

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Spelling book used at the Emerson-Fowler School from 1983 to 1994.

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A history of the Finnish People, their organizations and influence in New England.

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A collection of essays from Dave Mark that first appeared in his Beacon-Villager column.

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A collection of essays on some of the more unusual and lest known events in Maynard's history.

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"... collection of essays and vignettes illuminates the history of Maynard."

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A book of copied postcards illustrating Lake Boon during its hay day of summer activities.

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A book of copied postcards that illustrate much of Maynard's early history.

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A photo book that depicts Maynard life from its inception in 1871 through the 1990's.

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A photo book of cottages, activities and people when the lake was a destination for summer life.

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A photo book that spans the history of Stow.

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A photo book with images that span the earliest use of the buildings as a woolen mill through the current tenants of a variety of enterprises.

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A photo book that spans the time that DEC was active in the mills of Maynard. Pictures of people, equipment, construction and activities.

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A book that explores the history of the men who served in the Civil War who had a Maynard connection.

The book mockups sent to the printer for the books Paul Boothroyd and Lewis Halprin published: "Images of America - MAYNARD"; "Images of America - ASSABET MILLS of Maynard Massachusetts"; "Postcard History Series - MAYNARD"

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"The Ladies Book of Etiquette", owned by Hannah L. Sweeney, covered every situation from dress and deportment to hair and complexion.

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The scrapbook is an eclectic collection of newspaper articles, brochures, invitations, magazine clippings, programs etc... that Frank Sanderson put together over many years. Many of the documents date during his 36 years as Town Clerk, 1913-1948. …

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This is the copyright certificate for the History of Maynard submitted by Ralph Sheridan, Birger Koski and Elizabeth Schnair.

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The Woodrow Wilson School burned in 1952. These two texts were collected from the rubble.