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Colored drawing of St. Casimir's Church. "Happiness is... St. Casimir's Parish." Signed "Stasz" (possibly Stephen Staszewski) ca 1990

Handout to parishioners of St. Casimir's Church for the mass and ceremony blessing and consecrating the new altar, March 18, 1973. It contains considerable details regarding the preparation of holy items, actions of Bishop Maguire, and responses of…

Parish bulletin from St. Casimir's Church, August 24, 1969.

Newspaper photo of Fr. Frank Miaskiewicz, former pastor of St. Casimir's Church

Handout to parishioners for St. Casimir's Parish Holy Hour, January 19, 1975. Presiders were Archbishop Fulton Sheen and Fr. Louis Bilicky. Includes prayers and hymns for the service.

Newspaper photos of St. Casimir's Church, mass of thanksgiving, on their 75th anniversary, November 22, 1987.

Photos show priests celebrating the mass: Cardinal Bernard Law, Fr. Thomas Navien, Msgr. John Abucewicz, Msgr. Stanislaus Sypek, Sister…

Program from St. Casimir's Church, mass of thanksgiving, on their 75th anniversary, November 22, 1987.

Program includes a poem; a prayer; list of priests, altar boys, ushers, choir, and organist; list of readings and hymns; program for the…

A commemorative booklet celebrating the Phillies team, AVLL champions for 1972.

The booklet contains a letter from the manager, Bob Graham, a team picture, batting and pitching records, game records, and individual player statistics.

Newspaper article from The Assabet Valley Beacon describing the St. Casimir's Church the 60th anniversary of the parish.

A mass of thanksgiving was celebrated by Archbishop Humberto Medeiros, Fr. John Dziok, and Fr. Louis Bilicky. A…

A report to the parishioners of Saint Casimir's Church covering the period from May 1953 to May 1954.

The report lists the parishioners and their donations over the recorded period. There is also a letter in both English and Polish praising those…

A commemorative booklet celebrating the Sparks team, AVLL champions for 1971. The team was undefeated, a milestone in AVLL history at that time.

The booklet contains a letter from the manager, Bob Graham, a team picture, batting and pitching…

He was universally known as "Dick".

Dick and his siblings (Virginia and Eleanor) born in North Acton of a Swedish father, Axel, and an American mother, Anna, spent their early years in Concord, moving to Maynard in the 1920's. He graduated…

The documents include a report by the Regional School District Planning Committee (shown), Amended Agreement, Finance Committee Report, Maynard's Process, Notes on Regionalization Survey, Maynard Regional Study Questionnaire and the Curriculum…

The Committee was organized to study the possible regionalization of the Maynard Schools with the Acton and Boxborough Schools. Shown are the minutes of the first meeting.

Copies of several hundred newspaper articles relating to the regionalization effort of the Maynard schools with Boxborough and Acton. The articles appeared in the Maynard Beacon, The Middlesex News, The Acton Beacon, Minuteman Chronicle. Shown is…

A fourteen slide power point presentation opposing the regionalization of Maynard schools with Acton and Boxborough. Cover and first slide shown.

Position paper outlining opposition to regionalizing schools with Acton and Boxborough organized by Karen Derby, Bill Gorman, Herb Symes, Tom Konetzny and Cindy Svec Ruzich. First and last page shown.

A collection of papers outlining reasons for not regionalizing the schools with Acton and Boxborough. The SOS group included by Karen Derby, Bill Gorman, Herb Symes, Tom Konetzny, Cindy Svec Ruzich.

A mailing by the Save Our Schools group encouraging voters to attend Town Meeting to vote on regionalization.
Rides offered by Karen Derby, Herb Symes, Bill Gorman

Back Row (l-r): Joseph Vincent Gately, John Henry Lawton, Terrance Joseph Brady, William Naylor, Arthur Drew, Mr. Sawyer - teacher, Louis Bernard Johnson, Lucius Everett Wilson, Christopher Wilson, Joseph William Jannell

Front Row (l-r): Lottie…