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A poster printed in Maynard for a drag meet in Sanford Maine.
A poster (likely a lobby card given the condition)
Poster announcing the Maynard Centennial Belles Tupperware Party at St. George's Church School
A box office window card advertising the movies playing at the Maynard Theater (in Gruber's Block) the week of November 3, 1930
A heavily weathered box office window card announcing movies at Maynard Theater (Gruber's Block) during the week of May 10th, 1931
A box office window card advertising the movies playing at the Maynard Theater during the week of October 11, 1931. (The Maynard Theater was located in the Gruber's Block on Main Street)
A box office window card advertising the movies showing at the Maynard Theater the week of July 24, 1930 including: Across the World, Children of Chance, Alias the Bad Man
The Maynard Theatre was on the second floor of the Gruber Building, 177 Main St.
Red, White and Blue poster advertising the dedication of Memorial Park.
A poster announcing a battle of bands at Nutting's on the Charles River in Waltham. (Year is estimated)
A box office window card for the People's Theater and Maynard Theater advertising the movies of the week of Oct 2, 1932 including Love Me Tonight, The Doomed Battalion, Back Street, Tom Brown of Culver, Midnight Patrol.
People's Theater poster for the movie "Black Diamond Express" (studio issued poster with theater information pasted to the top)
A poster announcing the movies playing at the People's'Theater (on Nason Street) during the week of Oct 11, 1931, including the Marx Brothers "Monkey Business"
Movie poster for "Painting the Town" at People's Theater. (The movie is also known as "Hot Heels")
A box office window card showing the movies playing at the People's Theatre the week of August 21 1922. These silent movies are some of the first films shown at the newly constructed theater.
A show card for the week of October 23, 1932 for People's on Nason Street and Maynard Theatre, Gruber Block, on Main Street.
A poster announcing a parade and dance/concert for celebrating Columbus by Roma Lodge 1103, Sons of Italy. (Candidate years: 1961, 1956, 1950, 1939, 1933, 1928, Columbus Day was first observed nationally in 1934. The poster does not say Columbus…
A poster for a dance at the Parker Street Hall with the Ralph Weckstrom Orchestra
A lobby card for the (silent) movie "Those Who Dance"
A Riverside Theater movie poster for "Her Marriage Vow" which was released in 1924. The showtimes for the specific theater were added to the top of the poster and are missing.