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A purchase by Lydia Brooks at Tuttle's store. The section of Stow and Sudbury that was to become Maynard in 1871 was known as Assabet.
A post card advertising Merrimack Thread Company products as sold by W.B. Case.
W.B. Case and Sons was a long-time business in Maynard that sold dry goods, boots, and shoes. It was located on Nason Street. W. B. Case ran the store for many years with his sons Ralph and Howard. Mr. Case was one of the first business men in the…
Ralph Case, W. B. Case, Dennis Donovan, Ida ___?, Olive Richardson