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A scrapbook of mostly newspaper clippings of the activities of the club during the three year period.

A ledger of the activities of the Woman's Club charity committee. The members were active in helping the poor with clothing and shoes, addressing district nursing, tuberculosis awareness and treatment etc... Duringt WWI the group aided the American…

Mrs. Harold J. Hicks, Treasurer
Mrs. John G. Foster, Vice President
Mrs. James M. Britt, President
Mrs. Clifford C. Hicks, Corresponding Secretary

The minutes of the monthly meetings and activities of the Maynard Woman's Club from its inception in 1904 through 1959. The club disbanded in 1976.

MHS ForeignLangClub-1.pdf
Two black and white photos of the Maynard High School Foreign Language Club from 1974. They are hosting a Christmas Party at Janet Brayden's home, a member of the Club. The Club's teacher/advisor is Juliette Hovsepian.

A photo of seven women from the Maynard Tennis Club. They are: Nettie Watson, ShirleyToutant, Diane Raymond, Hilda Chiasson, Carol Mariani, Carole Morgan, and Ronnie Thomas.

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Picture is taken in front of the Congregational Church, Main St.

Maynard Delegation, Knights of Pythias Outing, District 13 of Mass., Fort Pond, Lancaster, Mass, September 8, 1923

(Note: While the photo's caption says it was in Lancaster, this is likely an error as many Maynard organization outings took place…

Photograph of an outing of the Knights of Pythias at Fort Pond in Littleton on September 8, 1923

l to r
Frank Ketola, Waino Williams, Alfred Hendrickson, Arvid Blad

6th from left, front row: Gavin Taylor
Directly in front of picture on the left: Ada Bower Merrill

The oldest fraternal organization in town was Iola Lodge, No. 91, International (Independent) Order of Good Templars. Organized in Assabet Village…

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.

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

Names on the reverse of the photo:
Likely the first six names are top row, last five names bottom row.
Catherine Williams, Mary DeGrappo, Dorothy Reid, Grace Colombo, Jennie Carbone, Mary Luca
Carrie Lenz, Helen Scergen, Margaret Hoffman,…


Some of the presenters were: W. Torferri, Coggins Trio, Bill Wehkoja, Hulda Nelson, Boris Sokolowsky, Tony Colombo, Helen Coggins, Helen Mark, Chas. Manty, Vernice Coolidge

The file consist of a history of the Maynard Council presented to the Maynard Historical Society by B. R. Koski, 1966.

A photo of the Twilight Club.
(l to r)

Front: John Wall, Jim Mahoney

Back: Dan Colbert, Jim Ledgard, Jack Keegan, Tom Mansfield, Ed Ledgard

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

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

Center Row: William Morris, ___?,…

A photo of the Twilight Club.


Miscellaneous documents concerning boys and girls club.