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A brown, wooden mace.

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A small, vintage screwdriver.

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A drawknife is a traditional woodworking hand tool used to shape wood by removing shavings. It consists of a blade with a handle at each end.

They are ancient tools used by Viking Shipwrights in 100 A.D.

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A plumb line in a chalk filled container.

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A vintage steel hook designed to hold meat and/or to help in baling hay.

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A ratchet brace drill is a hand-tool used to drill holes or nails into wood.

While a brace was an efficient tool when the crank could be swept in a full circle, it became much less useful if something obstructed a full sweep. The invention of a…

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One of many three ring binders used throughout the corporation.

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A gilt eagle for American flagpole.

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The system box that operates with a monitor and keyboard.

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Rainbow series of desktop minicomputers.

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This Multia is a desktop computer that ran an Alpha AXP processor as the CPU.

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The device is with a transporting case.

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A home-made screwdriver made from a spindle used in wool spinning. Handle made of washers cut from old belt leather. Made by Wiliam Baron's father in the Assabet Mills.

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A piece of chain dug from the ground at 7 Lindberg Ave., Maynard.

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The antique heart-shaped lock was made by William Bohannan Co. with an 1879 Patent . It has an attached chain.

Both padlocks were used in the American Powder Mills Co. on their sheds.

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Programming language adaptive to the Vax operation system of digitals computers.

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Newspaper article comparing American capitalism pre-1900 to 2003 using the Maynard Mills as a backdrop.