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An invoice from R. L.Davis on behalf of W. Robinson for $2.40. Items purchased were a Chamber, a pail, a broom.

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A note certifying the work of Sewall F. Belknap during the month of February 1849 written by Robert Lewis Davis, Resident Engineer for the Railroad. Work done included moving 6,139 cubic yards of earth; and, moving 28 cubic yards of loose rock on…

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An invoice from R. L. Davis to Gilbert Robertson for $45.00. The invoice is for a silver mounted harness for $40.00, and a breast plate for $5.00.

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A letter to Mr. Davis from Gentleman T. J. Green, Jamaica Plain, Mass. The letter requests Mr. Davis retrieve his dog who followed Mr. Green home from Brighton to Jamaica Plain. The dog remained with Mr. Green.

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An invoice submitted by Cyrus Hill to Mr. Lewis Davis. The invoice is for the purchase of a hat for $4.00, and another item for $15.00. A total of $19.00 due. Cyrus Hill was a dealer in fur products in Concord, NH. The date of invoice is October 22,…

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Two printed receipts from R. L. Davis. One was issued to W. Robinson and noted paid by Whitmarsh. The receipt was for $0.46. Another was to John G. Fothrick for $0.67, dated October 28, 1850.

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A personal letter with envelope from R. Davis to his son, Francis, regarding his son visiting in Concord, NH. It is dated Friday, March 11, 1853.

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A letter to Amory Maynard from Jacob Foster, dated Boston, October 18, 1849. Names mentioned in the note are Mr. Davis, Mr. Silas P. Brooks, Mr. Blake at the Acton Depot, and _ H. Brooks.

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A letter issued by John _ to R. Lewis Davis regarding a trip to New York. The letter was inside an envelope with the label Bent & Bush Co. This letter is part of a collection dated 1849 ca.

Document that enumerates the terms and conditions of how the Town Clock and Tower should be maintained. Originally entered into agreement with Franklin Lifecare Corporation, it applies to all subsequent owners of the mill complex (subject to a…

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Joe Dineen and Bill Baron were selected to start the Centennial Week celebration by raising the American and Maynard Centennial flags at Town Hall. Both veterans would be the Grand Marshals of the July 4th parade.

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Bill Baron and Joe Dineen prepare to raise the Stars and Stripes along with Maynard Centennial flags at Town Hall as part of the kick off activities for Centennial Week. Both veterans would be the Grand Marshals of the July 4th parade.

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Audience members at the Commemoration Day program held in the Maynard High School Auditorium.

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Edward "Jake" Mason and Valentine, a 16 month old ram, both show off the distinctive "Brothers of the Brush" tie and hat.

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Edward "Jake" Mason and Valentine, a 16 month old ram, both show off the distinctive "Brothers of the Brush" tie and hat.

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Bob Tobin looks over a present from the Bellingham Brush to the Maynard Brothers of the Brush on the steps of Town Hall.

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Members of the Centennial Belles make plans for a Food Sale to be held on the lawn of the Congregational Church.

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A band plays at the Beer Bust fundraiser sponsored by Maynard Brothers of the Brush.

Appearance by Charlie Chaplin (Tony Rioux)

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Charlie Chaplin (Tony Rioux) made appearances at the Centennial Belles Bake Sale and the Brothers of the Brush Beer Bust.

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A band plays at the Beer Bust fundraiser sponsored by Maynard Brothers of the Brush.