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A plastic coffee travel mug with the words "Babico Cafe & Coffee House, Maynard, Mass, 978-897-6000, inscribed on the outside.

A pewter mug with the words "Assabet Village Minutemen, 1774, Maynard, Mass." inscribed on the outside of the mug.

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A grey and green mug with the words "Maynard, Est. 1871" inscribed on the outside.

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A white, porcelain mug with the Aubuchon Hardware logo.

A mug with the phrase "I'm Glad I'm Living in Maynard, Mass" inscribed on the outside surface.

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A mortar and pestle used by Dr. Raymond Hooper in his medical practice in Maynard for 50 years.

A souvenir mug from the 300th Anniversary of Stow, MA Incorporation, 1683-1983.

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A white, porcelain shaving mug.

An aluminum mug from the Maynard Country Club.

A white porcelain shaving mug with the imprint of a man.

This shaving mug was owned by James J. Morgan and used in McCormack's Barbershop.

1886-07-07 - Flood's Barn, Harriman and Main Streets (via sparks from train)
1893-04-20 - Tucker's Blacksmith Shop
1893-05-05 - Riverside Coop Stores & Hall; Public Library
1893-09-18 - Parmenter Barn and Stable
1894 - Hudson
1894-05-14 - Paper…

A matchbook from Uncle's Pete Carbone's Twin Tree Cafe, 34 Powder Mill Rd., on Route 62, Maynard, Mass. Tel. TWin Oaks 7-9851. The inside of the matchbook is the date 1959.

Map shows the function of the various structures used in the manufacturing of gun powder.

A collection of Maynard Christmas Parade artifacts. These include 4 Christmas Parade Participant ribbons from 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010. Also, a plaque honoring Philip Bohuniky for his participation in 2001.

A blue china plate from the 19th century.

A wooden spindle used in the Maynard Mills with dark brown woolen thread.

Three Deeds establishing the transfer of property at 62 - 64 Waltham Street from Carmela Ferrara to the Italian Social Club. First Deed is from Carmela Ferrara to Henry Mariani, the second Mariani to Italian Social Club. The third Deed is from…

The Italian Social Club leased the building at 62 - 64 Waltham Street from the owner, Carmela Ferrara, for $18/month. The club purchased the property in 1938. These are the two lease agreements covering period from 1933 t0 1938.

The Italian Social Club purchased 62 Waltham St. from Carmela Ferrara in 1938. The club, via Henry Mariani, borrowed $2500 from the Cambridge Federal Savings and Loan Association which was paid off in 1942.