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Seems to be a running tab for purchases by Lydia Brooks. The part of Sudbury and Stow that was to become Maynard in 1871 was known as Assabett.

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A photo of the A & P in Maynard, MA, 1960 ca.

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The major tenant seems to be Sitchel & Hovey Dry Goods. Maynard held its first Town Meeting and elections at this hall in 1871.

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The Victory Market operated for many years on Powder Mill Road. The batmobile has a decal on the side reads "Headquarters Batman Dairy Foods".

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The Victory Market operated for many years on Powder Mill Road. The batmobile has a decal on the side reads "Headquarters Batman Dairy Foods".

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Warren Howe was running this grocery in 1900 with his wife Lizzie.

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Located at 14 Main Street. Automobile is a 1941 Chevrolet.
Second photo is Sal Salamone, 1981, at the time the bottle bill became law in Massachusetts.

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The market was located in the bottom floor of Darling's Block (later Eagle's Block), now the building on the northeast corner of Summer and Nason Streets. This picture taken at the junction of Maple and Brooks Street, note the lamp post with theā€¦

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The market was located in the bottom floor of Darling's Block (later Eagle's Block), now the building on the southeast corner of Summer and Nason Streets.

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A one story, wood-framed store on mill property that was rented for $75.00 per year in 1931. Mildred Crowe was the store owner. The structure to the right was one of the original mill buildings.

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The store was located at the corner of Walnut and River Streets, later enlarged into a pool and billiards parlor. The apartments on River Street are seen in the background.

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