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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.
Built by George Flood, former post master and town office holder, as a livery stable shortly after the civil war. In the 1920's it was remodeled as a hall by Charles C. Murray and used as a dance hall, roller skating rink and basketball court. …
A program for the Maynard Catholic Union Inauguration, hosted at Co-Operative Hall, Tuesday Evening, May 1, 1900.